Mel Gibson Unsure What He Should Still Be Apologizing For

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Mel Gibson Unsure What He Should Still Be Apologizing For
Mel Gibson is back with his new film Get the Gringo, but unlike the action films that made Gibson famous, Gringo was unable to secure a theatrical release and will instead be going straight to on-demand. It's fair to blame Gibson's offscreen tabloid troubles — the arrest, the ugly battle with his ex, and the recent blow-up at screenwriter Joe Eszterhas — for Gringo's second-tier premiere, but at this point, would any sort of apology from the star be able to repair the significantly damaged relationship between Gibson and his audience? That may be a moot point, because as Gibson says in a new interview, he doesn't feel like he has anything to apologize for.In a chat with Coming Soon to promote Gringo, Gibson seemed stymied by the idea that people expect him to seek forgiveness: Q: Is Hollywood ultimately a forgiving town? Mel Gibson: No, it's not. They have
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