Evan Rachel Wood Blasts Ben Affleck for Saying Kissing a Man Made Him a 'Serious Actor'


Evan Rachel Wood Blasts Ben Affleck for Saying Kissing a Man Made Him a 'Serious Actor'


The 'Westworld' actress has taken to social media to slam the 44-year-old actor after an interview with him from 1997 that included his gay-kissing comments has resurfaced.
An interview with Ben Affleck from 1997 has resurfaced, and his "homophobic" remarks in it have caused some controversy. During a Q&A session following a 20th-anniversary screening of "Chasing Amy", director Kevin Smith recalled a scene featuring Affleck kissing his co-star Jason Lee.

According to the helmer, Affleck said, "A man kissing another man is the greatest acting challenge an actor can ever face." After finishing filming the scene, recalled Smith, the 44-year-old actor told him, "Now, I'm a serious actor."

Affleck's alleged comments apparently didn't go over well with many people including "Westworld" actress Evan Rachel Wood, who is openly bisexual. The 29-year-old actress took to Twitter on Tuesday, July 18 to slam the "Justice League" actor.



"Try getting raped in a scene," she wrote, adding, "Also, grow up Ben." In subsequent tweets, the actress pointed out that "jokes like that are damaging," before noting that "us ladies like kissing all the guys we kiss? Just cause its a 'straight kiss' doesn't mean we enjoy it. Ahem."





While Affleck has yet to comment on his alleged "homophobic" remarks, Smith took to his Twitter account to say that those were something the actor said "when he was in his goofy 20s. No way he STILL feels that."




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