Jodie Foster Defends “Easiest, Nicest”, Craziest Person Mel Gibson


With friends like Jodie Foster, who needs a trial lawyer? Oh right, still Mel Gibson. Recently The Beaver director Jodie Foster defended Mel Gibson despite his racist, sexist and anti-Semitic rants. Says Foster about her leading man, Gibson is the “easiest, nicest person I’ve ever worked with… The second I met him, I said, ‘I will love this man for the rest of my life.'” Well, not love in that sense; you can lose your veneers for that. Foster also went on to add, “Oh, but I don’t support the girlfriend-beating, drunk driving or the use of the n-word.” JUST KIDDING! She said no such thing.

Continued Foster, “Of course, Mel is an undeniably gifted actor and director, and The Beaver is one of his most powerful and moving performances. But more importantly, he is and has been a true and loyal friend. I hope I can help him get through this dark moment.” Hol’ up. The Beaver, a film about a delusional man with a talking puppet on his hand, is one of Gibson’s most stirring roles? Ooooooooooh, now we get it. Foster is afraid no one will see her Beaver picture if they think Mel is some kind of monster that famous people don’t like. Well don’t worry Jodie. Lucky for you, 76% of people will still see your movie despite Gibson’s personal Vesuvius. Lucky for you, bad for the soul of everyone who thinks that movie actually sounds kind of cool…

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