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March 12th, 2018 under Josh Gad


How many times have you been in public and said you hated a show or a movie? We all have.

What if you are an actor in said production and you hear someone talking crap about your work? That is what happened to Josh Gad this morning, when he Tweeted, “I’m a small room, listening to someone talk about going to the opening of Book of Mormon two days before it opened on Broadway calling it ‘junk food’ and saying it got too much attention. Shall I say something?” Did he? He did, “Walked up and said ‘Sorry you didn’t like Book of Mormon. We can’t please everyone.'”

I am sure that person was left red faced. I know that is one of my biggest fear. But I grew up with my dad as a stage actor, so I try never to bad mouth something when I am nearby it. But now that I live by the studios, I have to be more careful because you never know. Although, there are a few times, I have seen something so painful, I just want to tell them in person how much they have pissed me off. We all have.

Have you ever had an experience like the one Josh Gad had today? Of course, you were not the Olaf in this scenario.

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