Kevin Smith has suggested that he blame his fallout with Ben Affleck. Director Chasing Amy – who worked with the…
Kevin Smith has suggested that he blame his fallout with Ben Affleck.
Director Chasing Amy – who worked with the actor on the 1997 rom-com – has responded to a fan asking why the couple no longer talk to each other, and he has taken responsibility for the split.
He wrote on Twitter: “If I had to guess? It’s because one of us has a big mouth and told many sincere stories that sometimes were not hiss to tell, and the other is Ben.” [1
9659002] Earlier this year, Kevin opened about a story he shared that was taken out of context and put Ben in a bad light.
He said earlier, “When I gave him the script, I said,” At one point in the movie you stop kissing Jason Lee. “And I contextualized it when I set the story, you have to remember this is 1996.  “And a young Ben Affleck said that” kissing another man is the hardest act an actor will ever face “or something
” And that was a true story of a young king in a different era. If you’re Ben Affleck, the only time you’ll probably see my name in relation to how I do. Your life is harder in any way. “
Although they fell out, Kevin has become positive about the star – as he also directed turned to “Dogma” 1999 – and has defended him earlier after being asked for backlash over “Batman V Superman: Justice of Justice.”
He replied, “If you’re thinking back to when” Batman V Superman “came out , was he the one who actually ran, he got a lot of f *** ing be 19659002] “There were people who went,” This movie has many problems – ironically, Affleck as Batman is not one of them. “It was my reminder of people’s reaction to” BVS. “
” They had trouble with the tone and the dark and enjoyed it, but he was the only one who most agreed was really good in the film. “