Brett ratner dating history
'Ratner added, 'That's the thing where we're completely different: Johnny can only make love to an intelligent woman - I've never made love to an intelligent woman.'The comments in the 2014 clip came years after Ratner was in public, high-profile romances with actresses Lindsay Lohan, Maggie Q and Rebecca Gayheart, Victoria's Secret model Alina Pușcău and tennis player Serena Williams, though he didn't refer to any of the women specifically by name.
They came three years after Ratner's graphic interview with Howard Stern added to a public controversy that eventually saw him withdraw as the producer of the 2012 Oscars.
to Roman Polanski, who's almost eighty - I'd rather hang out with these guys than the most beautiful women in the world.
'Yes, we love and appreciate beautiful women, but [I prefer] to sit all day in the house of Roman Polanski and talk about movies, even though he's under house arrest.'Pigozzi lauded Ratner's reverence in soaking up wisdom from the older generation as something of 'an apprentice to life,' then comparing it to his reputation as a playboy.'So Brett, how can you do that ...
After the expose was published Wednesday, Playboy Enterprises said it was 'deeply troubled' by the accusations and suspended work of a biopic of deceased founder Hugh Hefner that Ratner was slated to direct and produce. have also come to a screeching halt, as the director said in a statement he was 'choosing to personally step away from' the studio to avoid impacting it negatively 'until these personal issues are resolved.' Domino effect?and then another time, you can spend hours talking to some completely stupid girl trying to get laid,' Pigozzi said, as Ratner cackled.'I think you deserve a Nobel Prize, for listening to this b---h!Shocking remarks: Brett Ratner said in a 2014 interview on the Esquire Network's My Friends Call Me Johnny that he's 'never made love to an intelligent woman,' years after publicly dating stars such as Serena Williams, Lindsay Lohan, Maggie Q and Rebecca Gayheart'I'm known in this town for being the guy who loves the old Hollywood guys.
From Bob Evans to Warren Beatty to [James] Toback, these guys are sixty, seventy ...
I also realized that by his fostering the literary and performing arts, by putting the wealth of his organization and the power of his convictions squarely on the side of civil liberties for all of our citizens, he was trying to make this country a better and fairer place.