Both men have long histories of racist, sexist and antisemitic comments.
Who knew she was "going to go all Mel Gibson on us?" he asked on "Saturday Night Live."
The actor contracted COVID-19 in April but has completely recovered, his representative told the Associated Press.
Julia Sawalha and Mel Gibson will not be reprising their roles in the sequel to the 2000 animated film.
Gibson, infamous for an anti-Semitic rant at a California cop, was on a bigoted roll at a party, the "Stranger Things" actor recalled.
The actor, who has a history of offensive remarks, will star in a movie opposite Shia LaBeouf — one of three of his films being sold at the Cannes Film Festival.
The classic Western will ride again in the hands of the controversial director.
Hijinks (and patriarchy dismantling) ensue.
Jim Caviezel is in talks to reprise his role as Jesus in a sequel focusing on the resurrection.
The "Darkest Hour" actor was accused of domestic violence in 2001. On Sunday, he won his first-ever Golden Globe.