Olivia Munn must feel like she's all alone on a deserted island.
Some of her cast mates also backed out of interviews with her, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "It's the fans and news outlets that's confirming it to me that what I did was the right thing", she told the publication. You deserve to go make money, but not alongside me in a film.
"I kind of feel like I'm the one going to jail", Munn told Vanity Fair.
Munn released a statement which suggested that Black chose not to disclose this information to her, something she found "both surprising and unsettling", and that she was "relieved that when Fox finally did receive the information, the studio took appropriate action by deleting the scene".
Since the news came out, Munn revealed that Black has not spoken to her, while her co-stars have given her and the entire matter a cold shoulder.
"It's honestly disheartening to have to fight for something so hard that is just so obvious to me".
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Addressing the fall out on Saturday, The Newsroom star said: 'It's a very lonely feeling to be sitting here by myself when I should be here with the rest of the cast'.
Brown added, "Our studio was not given that opportunity, and neither was our cast".
Other cast members - including Holbrook, Trevante Rhodes, Thomas Jane, and Augusto Aguilera - were present at the festival but opted out of the junket after the story surfaced, leaving Munn and Tremblay alone. I don't know how to pretend. There are people who get mad at you for not helping them bury it.
"It has sadly become clear to me that I was misled by a friend I really wanted to believe was telling me the truth when he described the circumstances of his conviction", Black said in his apology to the Times.
The Los Angeles Times has reported that in 2010, the ex-soap actor pled guilty after allegations were raise that he tried to tempt a 14-year-old girl into a physically intimate relationship over the web.
"My choice will always be to never give a second chance to anyone who hurts a child or an animal".
Also, let's hope Brown personally (and privately) reached out to Munn, too, and didn't just use a public platform to show performative contrition without actually being concerned if his colleague is truly emotionally and mentally healthy after this.
The Predator is out in Australia Thursday 13 September.