Kick-Ass 2 director isn't mad at his comedic colleague , despite the fact the actor publicly slammed their new movie over its "level of violence".
A month back, Carrey Tweeted that he could not support the movie's extreme brutality in the wake of last December's Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. The thesp, who plays Colonel Stars and Stripes in Wadlow's sequel, is frequently seen putting down baddies with a baseball bat, guns, and an attack dog.
Nevertheless, it looks like Wadlow might have fallen for the "all publicity is good publicity" line, and opened up about Carrey's controversial statement, revealing to the Associated Press (via Comicbook.com) that Carrey is "fantastic in the movie," and that he would work with the actor again if he could.
Wadlow also excused Carrey in saying that he is "unpredictable", that "you never know what he is going to do or say", but added that he thinks the new movie is actually less violent than its precursor, with more hand-to-hand combat and fewer guns.
So, Carrey is opinionated and had a change of heart; I respect what he did. But what do you think about Wadlow's reaction to Carrey's behavior? Are you surprised? Let me know what you think in the comment section below.