Oh, noes. You remember how Mel Gibson worked with his friend Jodie Foster late last year on a film called The Beaver? Jodie was directing and starring, and she hired her dear friend Mel Gibson to work with her. Jodie and and Mel have been friends for two decades – and before it became common knowledge that Jodie is a lesbian, many suspected that Jodie and Mel were so close, they were having an affair. Still don’t know how that one happened. Anyway, Jodie hadn’t said anything about the Explosion of Hatred, Racism and Glum C-nts coming out of Camp Gibson… until now. Jodie is the cover girl for the October issue of More Magazine, and she talks candidly about her ongoing friendship with Mel… I’m assuming this interview is to promote The Beaver (which should be retitled The Glum C-nt).
Ever since his rage-filled phone calls with his ex-girlfriend were released, Mel Gibson’s life has been a struggle to say the least, but at least he still has Jodie Foster by his side.
“The second I met him [working on 'Maverick' in 1994], I said, ‘I will love this man for the rest of my life,’” Foster tells MORE magazine in their October issue. “When you love a friend, you don’t abandon them when they’re struggling … But more importantly, he is and has been a true and loyal friend. I hope I can get him through this dark moment.”
Foster talked about her latest film project ‘The Beaver’ starring Mel Gibson, the emotional challenge of Gibson’s role and sticking by his side like a true friend.
Gibson plays a suburban husband in ‘The Beaver’ who deals with depression as toy company CEO through an imaginary friend with a hand puppet. Foster called the film, which she directed, an “enormous, enormous, enormous emotional challenge for me.”
Even after distributors told her she couldn’t sell the movie with Gibson in it, Foster called Gibson’s performance “one of his most powerful and moving performances.”
Jesus, did Mel help Jodie dispose of a hobo’s body? Maybe when Mel calls Jodie a “glum c-nt” and “Sugart-ts” she thinks he’s joking. Maybe she’s just trying to stick up for her costar and eat sh-t and hope that The Beaver doesn’t bomb too badly. Maybe she’s being a professional. Maybe Mel is in love with Jodie, and she’s just being nice. Or maybe Jodie is just one of the few people that has known and loved Mel for a long time, and their friendship is for real, warts and all. Sigh… I want to bash Jodie, but my heart’s not in it. I see her perspective: in her mind, Mel has some kind of chemical imbalance that makes his alcoholism even worse, and that makes him a victim. Thus, she can explain away all of his monstrous insanity, and still stick by her friend. I value loyalty too, Jodie, but there is such a thing as a “breaking point.”