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EntertainmentRami Malek Opens Up on Bryan Singer: "My Situation Was Not Pleasant"

20:45  02 february  2019
20:45  02 february  2019 Source:   hollywoodreporter.com

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Rami Malek is speaking out about the allegations of sexual abuse that have come out in recent weeks against Bryan Singer , who directed him in his Oscar-nominated performance for Bohemian Rhapsody. "In my situation with Bryan , it was not pleasant , not at all.

“In my situation with Bryan , it was not pleasant , not at all. And that’s about what I can say about it at this point.” The visibly emotional Malek added, “For anyone who is seeking any solace in all of this, Bryan Singer was Bohemian Rhapsody's Rami Malek opens up on working with Bryan Singer .

Rami Malek Opens Up on Bryan Singer: "My Situation Was Not Pleasant"

Rami Malek is speaking out about the allegations of sexual abuse that have arisen in recent weeks about Bryan Singer, who directed him in his Oscar-nominated performance for Bohemian Rhapsody.

Malek, who was honored Friday at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival for his turn as Freddie Mercury, was asked by The Hollywood Reporter's Scott Feinberg, who moderated the discussion, about the claims. In an exposé published by The Atlantic last week, Singer was accused by four men of having sex with them while they were underage.

"My heart goes out to anyone who has to live through anything like what I've heard and what is out there," Malek told the audience at Santa Barbara's Arlington Theatre. "It's awful, it's remarkable that this happens, I can appreciate so much what they've been through and how difficult this must be for them. In the light of the #MeToo era that this somehow seems to exist after that, it's a horrible thing."

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Rami Malek 's experience working with director Bryan Singer on the set of Bohemian Rhapsody was Now that Bohemian Rhapsody has been out for a while, Malek has opened up about his time In an interview with the actor, Malek said, "In my situation with Bryan , it was not pleasant , not at all.

Rhapsody Director Bryan Singer : ' My Situation Was Not Pleasant '. Festival on Friday, moderated by The Hollywood Reporter‘s Scott Feinberg, Malek was asked about the allegations of “My heart goes out to anyone who has to live through anything like what I’ve heard and what is out there,” Malek

Pivoting to his own experience with the director, the star said he found it difficult to talk about because he didn't want to take away from the focus on Mercury and Queen, but said he doesn't "want anyone to not feel like they can share their story."

"I've sat here and talked about how everyone deserves a voice and anyone who wants to talk about what happened with Bryan deserves to have their voice heard," Malek said. "In my situation with Bryan, it was not pleasant, not at all. And that's about what I can say about it at this point."

Rami Malek Opens Up on Bryan Singer: "My Situation Was Not Pleasant"© 20th Century Fox A visibly emotional Malek paused while the audience applauded, and then added, "For anyone who is seeking any solace in all of this, Bryan Singer was fired. Bryan Singer was fired, I don't think that was something anyone saw coming but I think that had to happen and it did."

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Rami Malek Has Spoken Out About Bryan Singer . "Everyone deserves a voice and anyone who wants to talk about what happened with Bryan deserves to have Bohemian Rhapsody actor Rami Malek has addressed allegations of sexual abuse made against the director Bryan Singer and described his

Singer was fired before Bohemian Rhapsody was completed, but for not showing up to work on the film rather than for abuse allegations. The director has denied those allegations, and Malek has previously said he was unaware of claims against Singer before taking on the film. Despite his firing, Singer will still make $40 million from the Freddie Mercury biopic.

These are not the first abuse allegations against him, as in December 2017, Singer was accused of rape by Cesar Sanchez-Guzman, who claimed Singer forced him to engage in oral and anal sex while aboard a yacht in Seattle in 2003 when he was just 17. Even after the new accusations, Singer will keep his directing job on the upcoming Red Sonja.

Elsewhere in the conversation, Malek detailed the early days of his career, starting with a guest spot on Gilmore Girls, all the way to his starring role on Mr. Robot and in Bohemian Rhapsody. He spoke specifically about early challenges being typecast for his Egyptian background, saying, "I looked at the auditions and I knew I could probably get the terrorist role. It's funny but it's sad."

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Rami Malek and Bryan Singer Getty Images. The star of the flick “Bohemian Rhapsody” says his experience working with its director, accused “In my situation with Bryan , it was not pleasant , not at all. And that’s about what I can say about it at this point,” Oscar-nominated actor Rami Malek told

Bohemian Rhapsody: Rami Malek says his Bryan Singer situation was not pleasant . However, Malek spoke up about the matter, if ever so slightly, at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, saying his experience with Singer “ was In my situation with Bryan , it was not pleasant , not at all.

He continued, "At one point I said, 'This isn't how I want to represent myself, I'm more than just that, and if I keep doing that I'm going to typecast myself and pigeonhole myself' and ultimately I drew the line in the sand and said that's it. If there's a role I will definitely represent myself and my culture and my heritage but it will be in a positive portrayal down the line."

Malek also reflected on winning an Emmy in 2016 for his portrayal of Elliot Alderson on Mr. Robot, how he prepared to take on Freddie Mercury and his relationship with the members of Queen. Bohemian Rhapsody costars Lucy Boynton and Joseph Mazzello were also in attendance.

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