Annnnd the Midnight in the Switchgrass drama continues. In case you haven’t been following this whole…thing…here, a brief recap:
- Megan Fox skips the film’s premiere, citing rising COVID19 cases and California’s new mask mandate (fair!).
- Lala Kent (whose fiancé Randall Emmett directed the movie) posts a photo from the premiere in which she entirely covers Megan Fox’s head.
- Megan and Lala deny having any drama with each other.
- Machine Gun Kelly seemingly subtweets the film, writing “if i don’t talk or tweet about a movie i’m barely in it’s because it’s [trash emoji].”
Which pretty much brings us up to date / to fellow Midnight in the Switchgrass star Emile Hirsch responding to MGK. Emile went ahead and hopped on Instagram with a screen grab of MGK’s tweet, writing “We definitely disagree here, Colson! Nothing but respect to you guys though- especially because you and Megan are so f#*king great in this movie.”
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Randall Emmett went ahead and commented “agree, thank you,” while fellow Midnight in the Switchgrass actors echoed his statement.
Machine Gun Kelly has yet to respond to backlash over his tweet, but as a reminder he and Megan Fox met on set of this movie. Randall Emmett previously told Us Weekly how much chemistry the pair had on set, saying “As a director, and purely from an artistic point of view, their chemistry was unreal. I mean, you can see … he’s an incredible actor, she’s an incredible actor. … That in itself is a win. Clearly, there was chemistry. Clearly, there was a connection … but I was looking at it from a direction point of view and I was like, ‘Man, I’m a genius.’ Like, ‘They’re great! I’m so good at this!’”
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