Brendan Fraser is garnering quite a bit of buzz for his starring role in “The Whale,” which opens next month. In a new interview, Brendan Fraser said he has no plans to attend the next Golden Globes, citing his “history” with the organization. According to Brendan Fraser, the Hollywood Foreign Correspondents Association has a lot more history than I respect. In an interview with GQ released on the 24th, he said that he would not be attending this event. The actor appears to be referring to allegations he made in 2018 about Philip Burke, the former chairman of the HFPA, who allegedly groped him at an event in 2003.
Mothers didn’t raise hypocrites, Fraser told GQ of his decision. There are many things you can call me, but they are not. Fraser’s meeting with Philip Burke at a luncheon hosted by the organization at the Beverly Hills Hotel in 2018 was described in another 2018 GQ profile, where Fraser claimed that Burke grabbed her by the back and touched her between her genitals and anus. his pants. it made me sick During that time, Fraser said, “I felt like a kid.” It felt like I had a ball in my throat. There was a moment when I thought I was going to cry. According to Philip Berk, he jokingly pinched Fraser’s butt during the event in question, but denied any wrongdoing.
Brendan Fraser skips the Golden Globes in Hollywood Foreign Correspondents’ Association history
Brendan Fraser’s ‘History’ with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which hosts the event He accused former HFPA president Philip Burke of assaulting him during the #MeToo movement in 2018. Fraser made it clear that if he were nominated, he would not be attending the awards ceremony in January. In an interview with GQ published on Wednesday, Fraser said he has more history than his admiration for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. I will not participate In a 2018 interview with GQ, Fraser claimed he was groped by Berk at a summer luncheon hosted by the HFPA. The actor said Burke grabbed his butt while reaching out to shake Burke’s hand in a crowded room. Fraser’s accusations were promptly denied by Philip Berk.
Philip Berk was later expelled from the organization as a board member after calling Black Lives Matter a hate movement. At the time of the 2018 interview, HFPA said, “We firmly oppose sexual harassment. Fraser refused to sign a joint statement saying the groping was intended to be taken as a joke. As Fraser explained in a recent interview with GQ, I knew they would kick the road. I knew they would get ahead of the story. I knew I had no future working on that system. As a result of being raised by my mother, I was not raised to be a hypocrite. Brendan Fraser plays a reclusive English teacher trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter in Darren Aronofsky’s The Whale, which opens on December 9th. At the upcoming Gotham Awards, he was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor and is widely regarded as one of the best actor nominees at the Oscars.