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Josh Brolin: Why I wanted ‘to be in the center’ of Will Smith slap fight
Oscara 2022 ceremony last month when Will Smith slapped Chris Rock on stage.The 54-year-old actor explained why he wanted to be involved in the smackdown mess in a recent interview on Dax Shepard’s podcast “Armchair Expert.”“I was at the Oscars and I couldn’t stop pacing — because part of me wanted to be in the center of it,” Brolin said.“I wanna know who the f–k [is] at fault,” the “Avengers: Endgame” star continued. Alas, Brolin had to make due with getting groped — alongside his “Dune” co-star Jason Momoa — by Oscars host Regina Hall, 51, in a bit some critics later slammed as “sexist.”Meanwhile, podcast host Shepard, 47, went on to share a tale of a time when he saw an actor going on a wild rant on set, a situation which resonated with his guest.Brolin replied, “I’ve always thought that like especially coming from trauma – parental trauma, childhood trauma, whatever that is – kids will do one of two things, and it’s the same energy.”“They’ll either emulate it to try and understand why it was the way it was, or they’ll do the opposite, right, and they’ll live this kind of holy existence, that’s also totally unhealthy because it’s exactly the same energy,” the “Milk” actor said.Brolin also recently opened up about why he wasn’t cast as Batman in director Zack Snyder’s iteration of the DC hero.
Amy Schumer says she checked jokes with Will Smith before the Oscars
Will Smith past him before this year’s Oscars.The comedian, who co-hosted the event with Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall, has now explained that she double-checked the people she was poking fun at could approve of her jokes ahead of time.“I did reach out to people I was going to joke about before and make sure it was OK with them because I’ve been burned too many times,” Schumer said in an interview on SiriuxXM’s The Howard Stern Show (per The Independent), adding that she “didn’t want the camera to cut to somebody looking sad”.She added “I told the Williams sisters, I told Will, I told Leo,” of the jokes she made about Serena and Venus Williams, Will Smith and Leonardo DiCaprio.On stage, Schumer discussed Smith’s film King Richard, which tells the story of Serena and Venus Williams’ father Richard, saying: “After years of Hollywood ignoring women’s stories, this year we finally got a movie about the incredible Williams sisters’ dad.”Amy Schumer recently revealed she received death threats after a joke she made about Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons at the Oscars.Schumer had pretended to mistake Kirsten Dunst, nominated for her performance in The Power in the Dog, for a seat-filler, who is a person hired to sit in a guest’s chair if they briefly leave the room.Fans of Dunst and her husband Jesse Plemons, who engaged with Schumer after the joke, took aim at Schumer on social media. She then said in a statement on Twitter: “Hey I appreciate the love for Kirsten Dunst.