rush hour Director Brett Ratner has reportedly emigrated to Israel.
On Tuesday, The Jerusalem Post‘S Walla News site reported that Ratner posted a clip of an Israeli immigration certificate and social security documents on his Instagram story. He captioned the clip in Hebrew, “Brett Shai Ratner.”
The Hollywood Reporter has reached out to Ratner’s company, RatPac Entertainment, for comment.
The X-Men: The Last Stand The filmmaker is friends with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and met him in New York last month during Netanyahu’s visit to the United Nations for the 78th General Assembly. Israeli media reports that Ratner and Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz were Netanyahu’s guests during his speech to the General Assembly. The filmmaker posted a picture of himself with Netanyahu, Sara Netanyahu and Dershowitz on his Instagram.
The scandal-plagued director’s Hollywood career has stalled since he was accused of sexual misconduct by several women in October 2017 during the Me Too movement. In one Los Angeles Times reportSix women, including actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge, made allegations against Ratner. Henstridge, who starred species The trilogy said Ratner forced her to perform oral sex on him in his New York apartment in the 1990s. Munn said Ratner masturbated in front of her when she visited him on the set of the 2004 film After sunset. Ratner denied the allegations.
In April 2018, Warner Bros. severed ties with Ratner and chose not to renew the contract with RatPac-Dune Entertainment, which had a $450 million financing facility that covered the costs of some of the studio’s largest projects covered.
In June 2018, Ratner signed on to direct a fourth installment of the film rush hour franchise, but was rejected by Warner Bros. The filmmaker’s name also appeared THRThe seismic examination of Warner Bros. executive Kevin Tsujihara’s relationship with British actress Charlotte Kirk in March 2019.
Ratner attempted a comeback in 2021 when he talked about directing a biopic about cheating R&B duo Milli Vanili. But the project failed after significant opposition from Time’s Up. The organization issued a statement saying there “should be no comeback” for Ratner.