The actor went off script about halfway through, interjecting opinions about how to discipline women.
“I don’t think there is anything particularly wrong about hitting a woman,” he said.
Here are ten other stars who ruffled some feathers after sitting down with .
1965: Sean Connery Connery was in the middle of his James Bond moment when Playboy interviewed him.
I’ve committed adultery in my heart many times,” he told the magazine as a nation winced.
1995: Snoop Dogg In the middle of a conversation about drive-by shootings, writer Dave Sheff asked Snoop Dogg the question, “So innocent bystanders are fair game[? If you’re trying to get somebody and this might be the only time you’re going to catch him, but he is holding his baby and with his mama, you ain’t gonna let that chance go by. If you let that chance go by, he might catch your ass.” Later in the piece, Snoop called the situation hell, but still, it’s hard to blunt the impact of his initial statement.
published a long interview with Gary Oldman that has made the rounds today because of his comments on Mel Gibson and celebrities’ relationship with the public eye.
Oldman isn’t the first celeb to get heat for being too candid in the magazine’s pages.
A casting agent who met Hayes during the movie's screening at the Sundance Film Festival in 1998 suggested he audition for the sitcom.He was raised in a single-parent household for much of his childhood, as his father abandoned the family when the young Hayes was just 5 years old.Humor was a shared family trait, as Hayes and his four older siblings loved to play pranks, such as scaring friends with their mother's prosthetic eye.I’m going to start dating separately from my dick.” John Mayer said that.He also described a New Years Eve kiss with blogger Perez Hilton, claiming, “All of a sudden I thought, I can outgay this guy right now.2004: Colin Farrell Fresh off the heels of Daredevil and Alexander, Farrell dove deep into his widely publicized affinity for drugs.