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Natalie Portman ‘has terrible temper’, everyone hates her on set



Natalie Portman ‘has terrible temper’, everyone hates her on set


The film “Jane Got a Gun” has had a tumultuous production process, with multiple actors and the director leaving the project.

Originally, Michael Fassbender was set to play a major role, but he withdrew from the film just prior to filming.

Director Lynne Ramsey also left the project, followed quickly by Jude Law.

Bradley Cooper and Jake Gyllenhaal were offered the role that Fassbender had vacated, but they both declined.

The role was eventually given to Ewan McGregor, with Joel Edgerton also involved in the film. A new director was brought on, but the production has since been shut down.

Natalie Portman, who is the star of “Jane Got a Gun” and a producer on the film, has reportedly been causing problems on set.


According to a source, “She and her producing partners are literally ‘Harvarding’ this movie to death and second-guessing every decision they make… nobody has any confidence in the project anymore.”

“They’re all so miserable and tiptoeing around Natalie and her terrible temper.”

It is suggested that Portman’s behavior may be due to the fact that many A-list actors have backed out of the film.

The source stated, “first it was Michael Fassbender, then Jude Law and finally Bradley Cooper – and Natalie took that personally.”

Portman has reportedly been difficult to work with, acting as a micromanager and not hesitating to dress down and humiliate those on set.

“She’s made people cry and never apologizes. She tells everyone how to do their job: the lighting guy, the sound guy and the director. It’s crazy!”

The use of the term “Harvarding” in the article suggests that Portman and her producing partners may be perceived as overly intellectual or out of touch with the practicalities of film production.

While it is not uncommon for producers to be involved in decision-making and to have high standards, the behavior described in the article goes beyond that.

It is worth noting that it is not necessarily fair to criticize Portman for having a “terrible temper” or being a “micromanager,” as these behaviors may be a result of her passion for the project and dedication to ensuring its success.

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