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Hollywood director Ridley Scott curses the journalist who said his new film The Last Duel was more “realistic” than his other films

by Stewart Cole

Hollywood heavyweight Ridley Scott he swore at a journalist who made a comment about his news film The Last Duel.

The 84-year-old director did not hold back during a recent press conference while discussing his new drama, which reviews the true story of French owner Jacques Le Gris (played by Adam Driver), French knight Jean de Caruso (Matt Damon) and his wife Marguerite (Jodie Comer), who accuses Jacques of raping her. He also stars in the film Ben Affleck.

During the event, a Russian journalist shared his views on the film, comparing it to Scott’s previous films.

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Ridley Scott did not hold back when he recently criticized the film The Last Duel. (Getty)

“It seems more realistic than Kingdom of Heaven the Robin Hood“, The journalist remarked.

The four-time Oscar nominee did not like this comment.

According People magazine, Scott then replied, “Sir, f – k you. F – k you. Thank you very much. F – k you. Go f – k alone, sir. Go on.”

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The Last Duel It hasn’t performed well at the box office since it was released in October, with $ 29 million (about $ 42 million) despite a budget of $ 100 million (about $ 141 million) – facts and figures that Scott no doubt knows.

Nicole Holofcener, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Jodie Comer, Sir Ridley Scott and Kevin J. Walsh appear on the red carpet "The Last Duel" during the 78th Venice International Film Festival on September 10, 2021 in Venice, Italy.
Ridley Scott with the cast of The Last Duel (left to right): Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Jodie Comer and Kevin J. Walsh. (Getty)

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“We all thought it was a great script. And we did it. You can’t keep winning,” he told WTF with Marc Maron podcast last week.

“I’ve never regretted any film I’ve ever made. Nothing. I learned very early on to be a critic of yourself. The only thing you really have to think about is what you just did. Go away. You’re definitely happy. And don’t “You look back. That’s me.”

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