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…
Twelve years after the contentious “The Passion of the Christ,” Mel Gibson is planning a sequel that will focus on Jesus’s resurrection.
Mel’s back and the Hollywood legend isn’t quite sure why he was forced to go away in the first place.
Many Jewish moviegoers will be pleased to know that Mel Gibson has nothing to do with the soon-to-be-produced prequel to “The Passion of the Christ,” and that a young Israeli actress has quite a lot to do with it. Fifteen-year-old Odeya Rush has been cast for the title role in “Mary, Mother of Christ.” The movie will also star major talents Ben Kingsley and Julia Ormond.
Long before Mel Gibson’s racist, sexist rants to girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva went public, I had been a victim of Mel’s, in a way.
Now that Gibson has been revealed as having ranted against “f—ing Jews” who “are responsible for all the wars in the world,” a debate has erupted over what consequences, if any, he should suffer.
When rock star Courtney Love was looking to resurrect her tarnished public image and regain custody of her daughter, Frances Bean, she turned to Hollywood spin master Alan Nierob — the same publicist who is now aiming to save Mel Gibson following his latest gaffe.
The book on Mel Gibson was reopened this week, and Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy James Mee began the latest entry.