— Mel Gibson clearly knows he has a long road to winning back support from the Jewish community. But it seems as if he is willing to try. The movie star — known for a drunken anti-Semitic rant and promoting the idea that the Jews killed Jesus in “The Passion of the Christ” —…
The unmade film was set to cover “blood purity” and Nazis.
Mel Gibson says it’s time for the world moved on from his anti-Semitic tirade in 2006. It’s “really unfair” that people are still hung up on his infamous rant, the 60-year-old actor told Variety last week, ahead of the U.S. release of his film “Hacksaw Ridge” on November 4. In 2006, a drunk Gibson made anti-Semitic remarks after he…
Mel Gibson doesn’t understand why people are still talking about anti-Semitic remarks he made after a drunk driving arrest in 2006.
These broad proclamations that Gibson has suddenly been unilaterally released from some complete persona non grata status are shortsighted and misinformed.
Mel Gibson’s at it again with accusations that “Jewish people” stole The Passion of The Christ and ruined his life.
(JTA) — Mel Gibson confirmed that he is making a movie about the resurrection of Jesus, recalling that he had the “tar kicked out of” him for his movie about the last days of the Christian messiah, “The Passion of the Christ.” “That’s a very big subject and it needs to be looked at because…
Is Mel Gibson still blaming his problems on the Jews? That seems to be what Glenn Beck said last week on his radio show — and what a staffer wrote in a post on the conservative talk radio host’s website. Beck said Gibson told him the “Jewish People” had stolen his movie “The Passion of the Christ” before it came out in theaters “and used it to attack him and make his life hell before the film’s release,” reported the Daily Beast on Thursday.
Twelve years after the contentious “The Passion of the Christ,” Mel Gibson is planning a sequel that will focus on Jesus’s resurrection.
Last night’s Golden Globes was perhaps the Jewiest in recent memory and as the fashion police are out in full force today, we thought we’d do a roundup of the best Jewish moments of the night.