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Olivia Munn Talks About Director Bryan Singer Being MIA On 'X-men: Apocalypse' Sets; Read

Actor Olivia Munn recently opened up about her experience of working with Hollywood director Bryan Singer & said he went missing for 10 days. Read here.

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Actor Olivia Munn recently opened up about her experience of working with Hollywood director Bryan Singer. Olivia Munn, in a recent interview with a news portal, revealed that director Bryan Singer went missing from the sets of their 2016 film X-Men: Apocalypse for about ten days. She said that the director had 'thyroid issue' hence had to fly back to Los Angeles to get treated.

The actor also revealed that she didn’t know that the director could leave the sets and said that he has thyroid issues. She also revealed that instead of visiting a doctor in Montreal, which is known to be a high-level working city, the director chose to go to Los Angeles. She also said that as per her knowledge, the director had gone for 10 days.

Olivia Munn also recalled saying that there was a big scene to be shot. And once they entered the sets she revealed that one of Bryan's assistants came up to them and showed them a cell phone with a text message of Bryan Singer on it.  She said that Bryan messaged them saying that he was busy.

Talking about the differences and the struggle of females in Hollywood, the actor reportedly said that Bryan Singer was able to behave differently just because he was a man. Before the film being shot, there were reportedly two lawsuits against Bryan Singer as he was accused of sexually abusing underage boys. The director denied and the accusations were later dismissed.

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Director, Bryan Singer reportedly responded to Olivia Munn's claims. He said that he visited doctors in Montreal and then he went to see doctors in Los Angeles. He also revealed that as per his knowledge, his “thyroid issue” affected only two days of shooting.

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