“Euphoria” star Lucas Gaga is going viral after she shared a video showing the director criticizing his apartment because of Zoom.
Gage, 25, posted the awkward encounter on his social media accounts on Friday, showing him standing in front of his camera and his apartment in the background.
As he was about to perform the scene, a male director is heard saying to someone else on a video call: “These poor people live in these tiny apartments, like, I see his, you know, background and he has his own TV. “
“You’re not involved,” Gage replied. “I know it’s with —- and an apartment. … Give me this job to find a better one.”
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When the director – whose identity is unknown – realized his mistake, he told Gage: “Oh, God, I’m so sorry.”
“Listen, I live in a four-by-four box. Just give me a job and we’ll be fine,” Gage replied calmly.
The director further admitted that he was “tired”.
Gage posted the video on his Twitter and Instagram accounts, writing, “dog: If you’re the s-t director of the mode, be sure to turn off the microphone on the zoom,” Gage wrote his posts on Instagram and Twitter.
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The announcement provoked hundreds of reactions from fans, as well as a multitude of Hollywood actors who were in disbelief.
Among the stars who reacted were Patrick Schwarzenegger, Lucy Hale and Wilmer Walderrama, who all applauded the actor for his elegant response.
“I don’t know how well you reacted, hahaha,” said Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son.
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“This is … unbelievable,” Hale said, calling Gage (25) an “ICON.”
“You are a class rank. Furthermore, this director officially has an expiration date,” Walderrama wrote on Instagram.
Director Charlie McDowell tweeted in response, “I can only imagine how bad this director’s films are.”
Robin Williams’ daughter, Zelda Williams, too took to Twitter to defend Gage. She called him “a graceful, quick-thinking sweetheart” and said that “it is a pleasure to work, fun, talented and great on set.”
Gage never mentioned the director by name, nor did he specify for which role he is auditioning. However, Emmy Rossum’s shame “Shameless” remained furious after she watched Gaga’s video and said that she believed that she knew the identity of the director.
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“I think I know that voice. If that’s what I’m thinking about, he asked me to ‘go to an audition’ once,” Rossum wrote on Instagram in Gage’s comments. “But not to read the scene. He said he knew I could act. Just to walk into his office in a bikini and make a whirlwind. No joke. That was the question. My representatives said he wanted me to know if I was fat right now.” I believe I told my agent, ‘Don’t say thank you to him and let him go —‘