No, it isn’t sexual violence, but this A list artist who is used by studios everyday and is the best of the best when it comes to comic book movies is still emotionally and verbally abusive to women.
A string of them apparently.
If you try to end a relationship with him, he will berate you and demean you. If you actually go through with ending it, he will do everything he can to try and ruin you financially or make sure you can’t get work in that very small corner of the entertainment world.
His day is coming.
Bright Writer Max Landis Accused of Sexual Assault
Last night on Twitter, one of the actresses from Max Landis’ hit YouTube video Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling accused the creator of sexual assault. The accusation came in response to a Netflix US tweet promoting the recent release of the Netflix Original Bright, starring Will Smith and written by Max Landis.
Anna Akana, who played the female version of Batista in the Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling video, responded to the promotion stating it was “Written by a psychopath who sexually abuses and assaults women.”
As of now, these are simply accusations, but Akana wasn’t the only one who took to Twitter to back up the comments. Jake Weisman, who stars in Comedy Central’s Corporate, tweeted that fans should “Definitely watch that big Netflix movie coming out, written by that fucking psychopath who is one of the worst people alive.”
Even well know writer and stand up comedian Mike Drucker hinted at believing the accusations toward Landis, tweeting about how his father, John Landis, used his influence in Hollywood to cover up things that his son did. A situation very similar to the controversy surrounding Harvey Weinstein. – Source