Rebel Wilson Accuses Sacha Baron Cohen of Memoir Interference

Rebel Wilson recounted encountering individuals with a “no asshole policy,” which she adopted after working with a certain “massive asshole.”

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Rebel Wilson alleges Sacha Baron Cohen is blocking her memoir.

Rebel Wilson has taken to Instagram, accusing Sacha Baron Cohen of being the “massive asshole” trying to obstruct the release of her memoir, Rebel Rising. Wilson expressed her refusal to be intimidated or silenced by expensive legal representation or PR crisis management.

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She specifically targeted Baron Cohen in one chapter of her book, stating that he had hired a crisis PR team and resorted to threats after learning he would be featured. Despite these efforts, Wilson affirmed that her book will see the light of day, promising that the truth will be revealed.

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Reflecting on her Hollywood journey, Wilson recounted encountering individuals with a “no asshole policy,” which she adopted after working with a certain “massive asshole.” She emphasized her commitment to this policy, which stemmed from unpleasant experiences in the industry.

Wilson and Baron Cohen shared the screen as a married couple in the 2016 film Grimsby (titled The Brothers Grimsby in the US). Wilson has previously disclosed challenges faced during the movie’s production, including instances where Baron Cohen pressured her to perform nude scenes and engage in inappropriate acts. Despite her objections, Baron Cohen persisted, even resorting to hiring a body double for Wilson’s scenes.

Rebel Wilson recounted instances where Baron Cohen requested her to perform actions not in the script, such as sticking her finger up his bottom during a scene. After negotiation, they settled on a compromise, but the uncomfortable nature of these interactions left an impact on Wilson.

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Grimsby, featuring Isla Fisher and Mark Strong, is often regarded as a low point in Baron Cohen’s career. Reflecting on the film’s failure, Baron Cohen acknowledged the difficulty of facing a flop but expressed gratitude for the experience, stating that it liberated him from the pressure of box office success and allowed him to explore new creative avenues.

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