The star decided not to pick up expressions.
In 25 years of career in the movies Charlize Theron played in several action movies, including “fast and furious 8”, “Atomic blonde” and “Mad Max: fury Road.” Speaking about the study of stage combat on the Howard stern show, the 44-year-old actress criticized Steven Seagal, who calls himself a master of Aikido, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Apostrophe.
“In the evening I went online to look at the fighters as they fight, and always came across this weird video Seagal about how he “fights” in Japan. But in fact it is not. He’s just incredibly heavy and pushing people. He’s overweight, and he barely fights… let’s see, it’s funny,” advised the star.
Your sharp comments Charlize explained that the 68-year-old actor unpleasant to work with and rudely behaves with women. “I have no problem gossiping about him, because he’s not too nice with women. He went,” said she.
Steven Seagal several times been accused of sexual harassment and attacks on women. In 2018, actress Regina Simons, who worked with Seagal in 1994, accused him of rape at a party at his home in Beverly hills. At the time she was 18 years old. Also a former model from the Netherlands Faviola Dadis filed a police report against the actor, claiming that he groped her during a casting in 2002.
The actress and wife of Ellen DeGeneres Portia De Rossi wrote in social networks about your experience with Segal in 2017. “My last audition for the film Steven Seagal was held in his office. He told me how important it is on the set to feel chemistry behind the scenes. Then he sat down and undid the zipper on my leather pants. I ran out and called my agent. Not surprised, she said, “Well, I wasn’t sure if he’s your type.”
Except Charlize Theron, combat skills and behavior Steven Seagal criticized other celebrities. World champion 1995 in mixed martial arts Oleg Taktarov said that familiarity with Segal made him a very bad impression, and that the actor “was crushed by glory.” Also his aggressive behavior noted by Kurt Russell and John Leguizamo.