06.12.2022 / 01:05
Minnie Driver blasts 'revolting' Harvey Weinstein as she addresses experience on film set
Princess Beatrice breaks silence in five-word response to Mike Tindall"But, in that audition and in Good Will Hunting, I was undeniably really good and all those other people knew that, the producer that wasn't Harvey, the actual producer of the film this guy Chris Moore and Matt, Ben and Gus, they knew I was good."With this, Minnie said they advocated for her to be in the movie, adding Harvey "didn't want to fight that fight"."I never liked him because he was a revolting marginalizer of women," she added on Elizabeth Day's How To Fail podcast."He fit them into such a narrow bin, he was just revolting, that was revolting."I saw enough girls on his lap to be grateful that that wasn't me but I definitely, not suffered, but had an experience at you know his hands that made me feel, like I had felt a million times before, that I was a piece of s**t and not worth it and of course I wasn't going to get the part."But then on the other side, I'm going to get this no matter... this big fat producer doesn't want me to do it, but I'm going to do it anyway and I did."A spokesman for Harvey told Express.co.uk: "Anyone who claims Harvey controlled careers should look at this."It is true that Harvey advocated heavily for Ashley Judd in early 1997. Eamonn Holmes breaks silence after 'recent health and personal' woes [LATEST]Anton Du Beke details wife Hannah’s brutal criticism of Strictly [REVEALED]Shane MacGowan's wife says The Pogues frontman's in hospital [HEALTH UPDATE]He was beginning the process of casting 'Good Will Hunting' and Ashley was his top pick for the role of Skylar."He flew her to New York for a second audition and meeting with Matt Damon and Gus Van Sant."It was clear it was between Ashley and Minnie Driver.