Harvey Weinstein snubbed Alfred Molina at a dinner party and Sam Rockwell couldn’t believe it

Sam Rockwell was apparently stunned after Harvey Weinstein brazenly snubbed Alfred Molina at a restaurant, two years before the disgraced movie mogul was exposed as a sexual predator.

The actor had dinner with Molina shortly after Spiderman 2 Actor subtly criticized Weinstein two years in advance New York Times Exposé that led to Weinstein’s rape conviction.

In a new interview with The IndependentMolina shared his experiences working with Weinstein while he starred in the 2002 film distributed by Miramax Fridawhich was directed by Salma Hayek as Mexican painter Frida Kahlo.

Molina accused Weinstein of bullying Hayek, the film’s co-producer, and recounted an “absurd” incident in which Weinstein questioned why “she wasn’t playing ‘sexy’.”

Two years before the 2017 synopsis that surfaced Hayek’s allegations against Weinstein, Molina publicly praised the actor’s skills as a producer, stating, “If Salma had been white and male, she would have been taller than Harvey Weinstein.”

Turns out, that comment didn’t sit well with the movie mogul, which Molina quickly found out after an awkward encounter over dinner with friends, including Rockwell.

“There were four of us at the table. Sam Rockwell, myself and a bunch of other powerful actors,” Molina said. “And Harvey Weinstein walked in. Shook everyone’s hand. Sam, then the next guy, then the next guy. And when he got to me, he just kept going. He totally blanked me.

Molina continued, “Sam Rockwell is on one end and I’m on the other end and Sam is like, ‘What the hell have you done!?'”

Find The IndependentThe full interview with Molina can be found here.

The actor is currently promoting a new Prime Video series Three Pinesthe premiere on December 2nd.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/sam-rockwell-harvey-weinstein-alfred-molina-b2232994.html Harvey Weinstein snubbed Alfred Molina at a dinner party and Sam Rockwell couldn’t believe it


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