Mel Gibson's New Movie Gets A 10-Minute Standing Ovation At Premiere! Are YOU Ready For A Mel Gibson Comeback??
This is a surprise — but definitely a good sign for the upcoming movie!
Mel Gibson's big Hollywood comeback may have started Monday night at the Venice Film Festival in Italy, where the notoriously stingy festival-goers gave him and the cast of Hacksaw Ridge a TEN MINUTE standing ovation after the screening!
The film, a World War II action drama directed by Gibson and starring Andrew Garfield and Vince Vaughn, had its red carpet world premiere at the prestigious festival last night, and the audience going crazy is an indication of just how well this movie will be received.
Hacksaw Ridge centers on the story of Desmond T. Doss, played by Garfield, the real-life conscientious objector whose pacifist tendencies saved the lives of 75 men in Okinawa during the war.
Gibson told the press corps before the film's premiere: