Though Woods said that Berk had not gotten physical with him, the actor said that he had been blacklisted by Berk. Never nominated again. He was probably aware I might have knocked his teeth out, had he tried.
From Encino Manto The Mummyto BedazzledBrendan Fraser has made us laugh and took our collective breath away with his comedies and action movies. From time to time he will also break out his dramatic chops and give us a very serious performance. If there is one thing that holds true no matter what type of movie Brendan does, it's the fact that his body is always in tip top condition when he shows it off.
Please refresh the page and retry. Especially in an era of Peak TV, mass-produced scripted content from everyone from Amazon to Facebook, and tabloids hounding even C-list sitcom actors from yesteryear currently paying the bills by working in supermarkets. But Brendan Fraser, that handsome prince of rubber-faced Nineties comedy, did indeed vanish — suddenly disappearing into a void usually reserved for the disgraced, the disliked or the plain deceased.
On screen, Fraser is clad only in a towel and being ogled by costar Ian McKellen. Such is the career of Brendan Fraser. People rarely have the chops to do both.
By Mary Kekatos For Dailymail. Brendan Fraser has opened up about how a sexual assault by an influential Hollywood figure and years of doing his own stunts virtually destroyed his movie career. The actor, who was a household name in the s and s with hits such as George of the Jungle and the Mummy franchise, told GQ in a lengthy profile about how there had been a steady decline of acting roles in recent years.
The actor, who was a household name in the late s thanks to blockbusters such as George Of The Jungle inset below with Leslie Mann and The Mummy franchise, says he was blacklisted after a sexual encounter with Philip Berk, the former president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. I felt like a little kid. I thought I was going to cry.
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Despite the recent Tom Cruise reboot of The Mummy franchise, Brendan Fraser is willing to return to the franchise for a sequel or a reboot. When asked if he would appear in another film again if approached he made it clear that he was more then willing to take on the franchise once again:. Brendan Fraser continued by saying under what conditions he would return to the franchise.