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Mel Gibson Has A Busy Work Schedule Despite Allegations Of Anti-Semitic, Homophobic Remarks

By Ryan Naumann

Mel Gibson continues to maintain a busy work schedule despite being accused of being an incredibly awful human being.

The Hollywood Reporter broke down the actor/director’s slate of projects in production or being developed. The report states Mel has three new projects in the works including a high-profile remake of the “Wild Bunch” at Warner Bros.

Last year, Mel was attached to three new films including an R-rated Christmas action-comedy Fatman (in post-production), an action-thriller Force of Nature (released this year), and Rothchild (which is no longer being developed).

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Mel has another film in post-production named Last Looks which was shot last year. He is scheduled to appear in another action-thriller Leo From Toledo.

The report states Mel has projects lined up to direct including the sequel to The Passion of the Christ and the remake of The Wild Bunch. Mel seems to have escaped any consequences for his alleged homophobic and anti-Semitic comments.

As The Blast previously reported, last month, Winona Ryder spoke to The Times U.K. for an interview where she spilled details about an alleged Mel Gibson encounter back in the day.


Winona spoke about a dinner party she attended where Mel Gibson was present. She said, “We were at a crowded party with one of my good friends, and Mel Gibson was smoking a cigar, and we’re all talking and he said to my friend, who’s gay, ‘Oh wait, am I gonna get Aids?’ And then something came up about Jews, and he said, ‘You’re not an oven dodger, are you?’”

She said Mel attempted to apologize later. In 2006, Mel was famously arrested for DUI where he shouted, “Fucking Jews... the Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world. Are you a Jew?”

Mel’s rep issued a statement denying Winona’s allegations. Around the same time, producers announced they were recasting Mel in the Chicken Run sequel.

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