For almost 40 years, Hollywood's idea of heroism has been defined by Indiana Jones, the globe-trotting archaeologist with a penchant for cracking a bullwhip, saving the girl, and acquiring the most mysterious objects of historical importance. Jones, but few have managed to nail the specifics of what made him so appealing. One can only take that trope so far before audiences, but particularly women, start to get sick of it. So, how do you take the most enthralling aspects of that character and make it into something unignorably charismatic? While Stephen Sommers' film The Mummy is ostensibly a remake of the classic Universal monster movie, it's more blatantly a homage to Indiana Jones and the old adventure serials that inspired the character in the first place.
Now that he is being given a second chance he is still being a jerk
Now that he is being given a second chance he is still being a jerk – Foxella
So what happened? It turns out the answer comes down to numerous factors that went beyond a few film flops. One was physical injury. I was building an exoskeleton for myself daily. I needed a laminectomy.
More Videos Brendan Fraser alleges that he was groped Fraser alleges Berk grabbed his rear end and, through his pants, touched him in the area between his genitals and his anus. I felt like a little kid," Fraser told GQ. I thought I was going to cry.
In a new interview with GQ published on Thursday , the Mummy star, 49, claims that former Hollywood Foreign Press Association the non-profit organization that votes for the Golden Globes president Philip Berk sexually assaulted him in the summer of , while at a luncheon at the Beverly Hills Hotel — an alleged incident Berk disputes. The actor says he believes he was blacklisted in Hollywood partly due to the aftermath of the alleged incident. The alleged incident left Fraser overcome with panic and fear. I felt like there was a ball in my throat.