Veteran actor Sam Elliott publicly apologized for his criticisms of the western film “The Power of the Dog,” which made headlines for its gay storyline.
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Elliott, 77, came out and openly criticized the movie as a “piece of sh–” during a podcast interview and railed about the film’s portrayal of the Wild West.
But now, the actor has apologized for the comments to the cast, including actor Benedict Cumberbatch.
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“I said some things that hurt people and I feel terrible about that,” Elliott said. “The gay community has been incredible to me my entire career.”
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Sam Elliott apologizes for his controversial comments he previously made about 'The Power of the Dog' #DeadlineContenders pic.twitter.com/XZ86wCAXmL— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) April 10, 2022
Elliott made headlines is 2020 when he voiced an ad for President Biden’s campaign and for the anti-Trump Lincoln Project.