At least he's admitting he was wrong!
But now, the Irish filmmaker has revealed that he's personally apologized to the British beauty, and is also publicly backtracking on his controversial comments.
On Wednesday, the Dublin native took to Twitter to issue a sorry statement after slamming the "supermodel," writing:
"I said a number of things about Keira which were petty, mean and hurtful. I'm ashamed of myself that I could say such things and I've been trying to account for what they say about me. In trying to pick holes in my own work, I ended up blaming someone else. That's not only bad directing, that's shoddy behaviour, that I am not in any way proud of. It's arrogant and disrespectful."
But that's not all! The acclaimed director also went on to applaud Keira's craft, adding: