The director said that “Keira has an entourage that follow her everywhere so it’s very hard to get any real work done. And as much as I tried to make it work I think that she didn’t quite come out as a guitar-playing singer-songwriter. I learned that I’ll never make a film with supermodels again.”
Mark Romanek, the director of 2010′s Never Let Me Go, and Lorene Scafaria, the writer/director of 2012′s Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, both tweeted in support of Keira.
“My experience with #keiraknightley was utterly spectacular on every level. I have no clue what this guy is talking about. #arrogantshithead,” Mark tweeted.
“I agree with Mark. Keira was a joy to work w/. Present & easy & really, really good at her job. Just lovely,” Lorene said.
— mark romanek (@markromanek) May 30, 2016
— Lorene Scafaria (@LoreneScafaria) May 30, 2016