Debra Messing's first big Hollywood movie wasn't exactly a dream come true.
In fact, the Will & Grace star recalled being "mortified" on set after being harassed and humiliated by the film's director!
Speaking at the MAKERS Conference in California this week, the actress recounted the painful experience filming the 1995 romantic drama A Walk in the Clouds under the direction of "ass-hat" Alfonso Arau.
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Messing was 25 years old when she costarred with Keanu Reeves in the film, but claims the shoot went downhill after the director ambushed her with a nude scene that wasn't a part of the deal when she took the job.
When she asked for an explanation, Arau allegedly said:
"Your job is to get naked and to say the lines. That's it."
Shooting the scene was even worse, as the filmmaker insisted he needed to "set" the sheet covering her body. She remembered:
Donald Trump is officially the 45th President of the United States.
As that settles in… let's take a moment to see how celebrities are reacting to today's inauguration on social media!
The response seems to be pretty somber as some of our culture's biggest influencers decide whether we should rally behind Drumpf in hopes he does better than expected… or fight against his administration with everything we have.
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At the end of the day, this is our new reality and we need to get our shit together (Madonna was right!) if we're going to prosper as a nation.
Most celebs — like George Lopez, Chrissy Teigen, and Chris Rock — understandably refuse to accept Trump and everything he stands for while acknowledging the "dark" times we're in:
Chicks before dicks!!
Donald Trump may be putting his greasy paws all over the Capitol today, but tomorrow thousands of women will be putting their feet to the street!
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Women nationwide are banding together for the anti-Trump protests taking place in Washington D.C., Los Angeles, New York City, and even at the Sundance Film Festival.
Chrissy Teigen is just the latest celebrity joining the Lady Liberty protest, and she's ditching husband John Legend in the process. On Friday, she wrote on Twitter:
This is the news we needed before the apocalypse officially begins!
On Wednesday, NBC announced it is OFFICIALLY bringing Will & Grace back for ten episodes! The network has spilled that Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes, and Megan Mullally will reprise their roles during the 2017–2018 television season!
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During the Television Critics Association's press tour, NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt revealed: