Quantcast
Channel: Oh No They Didn't!
Viewing all articles
Browse latest Browse all 142205

Jeremy Renner is a tool

0
0
His "adressing the gay rumors" comment got a lot of press but the whole interview is a trip





- on guns:
No. For me it’s for home protection or sport shooting or target practice. I’m not a hunter. I spent a lot of time training for movies, shooting and getting comfortable with weapons. There’s no fear for me ever in a weapon now. I also have a few swords, but that’s because of what they mean to me; there’s a lot of history behind them. They’re all tucked away and hidden now that I have a baby.

-he has never been in a physical fight, except the couple of times he choke someone out:
I’ve never been in a real physical fight. There’s no reason to fight—unless I have to protect my life or the life of someone I care about. I’ve been in altercations, and there have been a few moments when I had to put someone down.
A drunk guy in a bar—it’s always that scenario. A guy got really drunk and pushed Julia Stiles, my co-star [in the 2005 movie A Little Trip to Heaven]. I kindly choked him out and remedied the situation. I’ve also had to choke people out because they pushed my mom or knocked my sister down, but I’ve never felt like a badass.


-Jennifer Lopez think's he's hysterical:
I’d just watched the show’s opening monologue, thinking, Those girls, co-hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, are so funny, awesome and pretty racy. So I went out, and then that happened. It’s my sense of humor. I don’t take things too seriously. I didn’t watch any of the Globes. I went to have a drink at the bar, and I kept hearing people all night saying, “Dude, that was the funniest thing,” “Bro, that was the best part of the show.” I was like, What are you talking about? I was clueless.
Actually, Jennifer thought it was fucking funny and got a little sweaty and maybe even turned on by the whole experience. We partied at a couple of events afterward and had a good time. Other people started running their mouths about it. Everybody’s entitled to an opinion, but I can’t be bothered. We gave zero fucks. I would have made a public apology if it really hurt her feelings. It was the complete opposite, and she’s gone on record as saying she thinks Renner’s hysterical.


- he talks about himself in tht third person:
I love Tom, Simon Pegg and everybody else who is in that movie. I love my character. I was happy to be doing it. The ultimate challenge and difficulty on that movie and Avengers: Age of Ultron was that they both shot in London, which took me 11 hours away from Ava. That was what caused any cantankerousness, agitation or negative feelings I had about the whole moviemaking experience. All I worried about once I landed in London was, When do I get to see my little munchkin next? If I knew it was in two weeks, fine. If they said, “We don’t know how long you’re shooting,” well, Mr. Renner’s not going to be a happy man in that makeup trailer in the morning. If I did not have my daughter, I would have enjoyed being in London, and I would not have come back to the States hardly at all. But 40 flights from Los Angeles to London and back nearly killed me.

inspired by the 'Hollywood Prospectus' podcast

Viewing all articles
Browse latest Browse all 142205

Latest Images

Trending Articles





Latest Images