Oscar-winning actor and all-around good guy Denzel Washington is slamming Hollywood snobs for the little bubbles that they live in.
He put things in perspective for the movie people.
Denzel Washington spoke about how some actors don’t realize just how good they have it, or what “difficult” really means.
Acclaimed actor Denzel Washington has no patience for those who think acting is like going to war, he said during a recent Director’s Roundtable discussion by the Hollywood Reporter.
“People talk about the difficulty of making a movie and I’m like, send your son to Iraq, that’s difficult,” Washington said during the interview. He was joined by Mel Gibson, Oliver Stone, himself a Vietnam War veteran, Barry Jenkins, Damien Chazelle and Mira Nair.
Watch him talk about it here:
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Yes! More sane actors like Denzel Washington please!
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