Watch Dennis Quaid Freaks Out On Set; Viral Video Gets More Than 1M Views
A video showing Dennis Quaid freaking out on camera has gone viral, garnering more than a million views in three days!
The video posted on YouTube three days ago showing Dennis Quaid exploding in a movie set went viral. Currently, it has more than a million views. However, a lot of people doubt if the “meltdown” flick was indeed true, reported TMZ.
TMZ caught up with Quaid in New York and asked about the viral video. Although he said very little about it, he was seemingly smiling after a TMZ photographer asked the veracity of the flick.
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The posted video coincided with the announcement of a new project for Quaid under Crackle, which was made a day after he was seen ranting. However, reps from Crackle said they had nothing to do with the clip going viral online.
In the video, Dennis Quaid freaks out while screaming, “What the f*ck—keep going! I am acting here, and this dickhead wanders onto my set! I can’t even get a line out until Dopey The Dick starts whispering in your ear, and you’re not even watching anymore!”
The video also resembles Christian Bale’s meltdown clip while filming “Terminator Salvation”. Both actors shared the same sentiments against the lack of professionalism while filming a movie. Quaid was also seen angrily yelling, “This is the most unprofessional set I have ever been on!” He also resisted the director’s efforts of calming him down when he said, “Don’t f*cking ‘Dennis’ me!”
Whether or not the “meltdown” clip is true, fans and other spectators can’t erase doubts. This was after ranting and freaking out and having videos of it posted online has become a part of the modern day cultural lexicon. While others say it could be true due to lack of professionalism while on set, some say it feels like just another promotional performance from an actor with an upcoming show.
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Photo Source: Wikimedia Commons/Mark Cavanugh
Video Source: YouTube