“Euphoria” star Lucas Gage is going viral after sharing a video showing the director criticizing her on Zoom.
Gage, 25, posted a bizarre confrontation on his social media accounts on Friday, showing him standing in front of his camera, his apartment apartment appearing in the background.
As he was about to perform a scene, a male director was heard saying to someone else on a video call, “These poor people live in these small apartments, like, I look at him, you know, there’s a background and He’s got his TV. “
“You won’t make noise,” Gage replied. “I know it’s an S —- Y apartment. … Give me this job so I can get better.”
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When the director – whose identity is unknown – realized his mistake, he said to Gage: “Oh my gosh, d, I am, so, sorry.”
“Listen, I live in a four-by-four box. Just give me a job and we’ll be fine,” Gage replied calmly.
The director admitted that he was “mortified.”
Gauge The video has been posted on her Twitter and Instagram accounts, Writing, “PSA: If you’re a talking director, be sure to mute ur mic on the zoom,” Gage cited his posts on Instagram and Twitter.
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The post received hundreds of reactions from fans, as well as the arrogance of Hollywood actors in disbelief.
Among the stars to respond were Patrick Schwarzenegger, Lucy Hale and Wilmer Walderma, all of whom praised the actor for his superb response.
“I don’t know how well you laugh,” said Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son.
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“This … is incredible,” Hale told the 25-year-old Gage, calling him “ICON.”
“You’re a class act. Next, this is the director’s official expiration date,” Walderma wrote on Instagram.
Filmmaker Charlie McDowell tweeted in response: “I can only imagine how bad this director’s movies are.”
Also Zelda Williams, daughter of Robin Williams Took to Twitter Gauge straight. She called him a “graceful, quick-thinking girlfriend” and said he was “funny, talented and happy to work with Blast on set.”
Gage never mentioned the name of the director nor did he specify for which role he was appearing. However, after watching Gage’s video, “shameless” Amy Rossam became concerned and said she believed she knew the director’s identity.
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“I think I know that voice. If I’m thinking the same thing, he asked me to ‘audition’ for him once,” Rossam wrote on Instagram in Gage’s comments. “But not to read a scene. He said he knew I could act. Just come in his office fee in a bikini and do a carrier. No kidding. He had to ask. My representatives said he wanted to know if I did.” I’m fat ‘. Right now.’ I believe I told my agent to ‘say no to him and go yourself.’