Producer Megan Ellison accuses Scott Rudin of 'abusive, racist and sexist behavior'

Annapurna Pictures founder Megan Ellison took to Twitter on Wednesday to boost the claims made against Rudin by former staffers, who claimed to The Hollywood Reporter that he physically and mentally abused people under his employ and wasn’t shy about maliciously targeting the careers of up-and-coming producers who crossed him.

Ellison, who previously worked with Rudin on the Joel and Ethan Coen movieTrue Grit” 에 2010, took to Twitter to accuse Rudin of more toxic behavior than was outlined in the article and compared him to disgraced movie mogul and convicted rapist, Harvey Weinstein.


This piece barely scratches the surface of Scott Rudin’s abusive, 인종 차별 주의자, and sexist behavior. Similarly to Harvey, too many are afraid to speak out. I support and applaud those who did,” 그녀가 적었다. “There’s good reason to be afraid because he’s vindictive and has no qualms about lying.

에 따르면 IndieWire, Ellison is coming from a place of personal experience when she compares working with Rudin to Weinstein. She also worked with the imprisoned producer on titles likeLawless,” “The Master” 과 “Killing Them Softly.

The outlet also notes that this isn’t her first time condemning the behavior of Rudin publicly.


Megan Ellison became the latest person to speak out against the behavior of producer Scott Rudin.

Megan Ellison became the latest person to speak out against the behavior of producer Scott Rudin. (게티 이미지)

에 2014, shortly after a leak exposed emails from Sony employees, Rudin’s emails in which he referred to her asa bipolar 28-year-old lunaticwere exposed. 당시, Ellison was trying to get involved in theSteve Jobsmovie that he was producing through Sony. The email from Rudin also implied that Ellison needed to takemedsin order to be a viable producer on the film.

Bipolar 28 year old lunatic..?” Ellison responded on Twitter at the time. “I always thought of myself more as eccentric.

Rudin is an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award-winning producer on hit movies 처럼 “The Social Network,” “There Will Be Blood” 과 “No Country for Old Men.He’s also behind TV shows 처럼 “What We Do in the Shadows” 과 “The Newsroom.” 그 동안에, his theater producing credits include the Tony-winning 2018 adaptation ofTo Kill a Mockingbird.

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하나, in the expose from 할리우드 리포터, several ex-staffers allege that the engine that runs Rudin’s success in Hollywood is built on the alleged hard labor and traumatization of an ever-changing roster of young staffers who are subject to constant abuse from the 62-year-old producer that often turns physical.

In the article, several ex-staffers, some of whom declined to be mentioned by name for fear of career retribution, detailed occasions in which Rudin allegedly subjected them to conditions and tantrums that they described as abusive.

A rep for Rudin did not immediatley return Fox News’ 의견 요청.

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