The Undoing star Hugh Grant recalled his most embarrassing moment on set when explaining why he was taking a long break from filming.
Hugh Grant stars as Jonathan Sachs in the mysterious psychological thriller miniseries The Undoing. The series premiered on HBO on October 25, 2020. Besides Hugh Grant, Nicole Kidman is one of the leading roles. Also, the series made its finale last night and the results came to a shocking.
During an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Hugh Grant recalled the past and explained why he didn’t appear much in the film industry after 2007’s Music And Lyrics. Grant that Hollywood gave up on him because he made such a massive turkey with that film with Sarah Jessica Parker.
Here’s what he said:
“I developed a bad attitude from about 2005 onwards, shortly after Music and Lyrics. I just had enough. Then I went back in 2009 and made another film. At that point, it wasn’t me giving up Hollywood. Hollywood gave me up because I made such a massive turkey with that film with Sarah Jessica Parker [Did You Hear About the Morgans?].”
He says he changed from a famous actor to an unwanted person overnight after this incident. He continued:
“Whether I wanted to or not after that, the days of being a very well-paid leading man were suddenly gone overnight. It was slightly embarrassing but it left life free for other things.”
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