"They have no right to talk to me about acting," former Isidingo star Brandon Auret, joins us in studio and tells us about the tensions between him and Die Antwoord on set of Chappie.
Cape Town – Rumours were rife last year that Ninja from Die Antwoord made life a living hell for his co-stars on the set of Neill Blomkamp's latest movie, Chappie.
Although the cast signed confidentiality forms with the production team and spoke strictly under condition of anonymity, City Press was able to confirm with six of the cast members that the rumours were true.
In a recent interview with Channel24's sister publication, News24Live, local actor Brandon Auret spoke openly about Die Antwoord's antics on the set of the movie which is due for release in March.
At first Brandon refuses to comment but goes on to say: "I don’t care much for him. I don’t care much for his band. I don’t care much for anything that he does…
"You know when someone comes and feels that they have the right to tell you how to do your job and they have no right to talk to me about acting...yeah it became an issue."
However, according to Brandon the anger off set made for some great tension in front of the cameras: "The tension between the two of us on screen was heightened because of what happened."
Watch the full interview here:
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