Mel Gibson On His Rant Against Joe Eszterhas: 'I've Got a Bit of a Temper' 1 year ago
Mel Gibson addressed his unbridled rant against screenwriter Joe Eszterhas on the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" Friday night,...
By Lisa Fung
During a wide-ranging Q&A, "Braveheart" star Gibson also discusses his Viking movie project and the possibility of another "Lethal Weapon" film
In an exclusive interview with WaxWord, Joe Eszterhas explains why he felt releasing the rant was a necessary move
Mel Gibson's recent rage was recorded. TheWrap obtained a copy from screenwriter Joe Eszterhas - you can listen for yourself
The vacation home in Costa Rica where Mel Gibson's blowup occurred in December; the photos were taken by screenwriter Joe Eszterhas' son Nick
Warning: Mel Gibson's rant to Joe Eszterhas over the "Maccabees" script contains highly-offensive language
It’s exceedingly bloody, it’s hardly mainstream – and it is in every way a Jewish “Braveheart,” just as Joe Eszterhas claimed.
Just when you thought you’d heard everything about Mel Gibson, we learn something new
Howard Kurtz, the esteemed media critic for Newsweek and The Daily Beast, and I discuss the Mel Gibson – Joe Eszterhas brouhaha
Joe Eszterhas, in an exclusive interview with TheWrap, details Mel Gibson's anti-Semitic obsession, frequent rages and threats to Oksana Grigorieva
After Joe Eszterhas letter alleges Mel Gibson threatened to kill Oksana Grigorieva, it looks like the former couple's legal feud might reignite (offensive language)
Abraham Foxman and other Jewish leaders condemn Mel Gibson in the wake of allegations that the actor called Jews "Hebes" and "oven-dodgers"
According to Joe Eszterhas, Mel Gibson had harsh words to say about John Lennon, Walter Cronkite and Ari Emanuel
Full text of screenwriter's letter to "Braveheart" star
“I’m going to have her killed!” Read the nine-page letter
Joe Eszterhas, in an explosive nine-page letter to Mel Gibson obtained by TheWrap, writes: "The reason you won’t make 'The Maccabees' is the ugliest possible one. You hate Jews"
Studio says script didn't work, move comes after Jewish groups were outraged to learn that Gibson would produce and direct
Christine White was the woman next to William Shatner in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"