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via GQ
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Josh Brolin criticizes his 2010 box office failure “Jonah Hex” in a recent interview, calling it a terrible movie and attributing its flop to inexperienced direction.

Despite his harsh past comments, Brolin reflected on the director’s struggles, given his battle with bone cancer and facial reconstructive surgeries.

“I won’t ever stop [expletive] on [it]” Brolin said. “Because it was a [expletive] [expletive] movie.”

“I mean, everybody knows how I feel about ‘Jonah Hex.’ But the biggest thing with ‘Jonah Hex’ is rushing into hiring somebody. I remember Jeff Robinov, who I’m still close with, who was running Warner Bros. at the time, and he was like, look, you’ve got to get a director in the next two weeks, otherwise we’ve got to can this thing. And then you meet somebody who has a lot of knowledge, Jimmy Hayward, and I remember it didn’t feel right,” he previously said.

“I loved that he was excited, but he just didn’t have the experience, and he didn’t treat it like I would imagine somebody would want to treat it — to run back to their house at the end of their every day and watch tonal inspirations and [Martin] Scorsese movies or this or that. He would be out partying instead,” he said.

“It reminded me [that] you can’t just keep [expletive] on somebody,” Brolin said. “I don’t know what the [expletive] going on in his life. I mean, total facial reconstruction, the whole thing,” he said.

Brolin also highlighted his positive experiences on successful projects like “Dune: Part Two,” praising the collaborative atmosphere and talented cast.

“Well, obviously, it’s a great director, but there are no egos. When you work with great people, there’s very little ego,” Brolin said of “Dune: Part Two.”

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