Jason Reitman has praised Kate Winslet as ''one of the greatest actresses living today'' and he's glad he waited until she was ready to film 'Labor Day'.
Jason Reitman has praised Kate Winslet as ''one of the greatest actresses living today''.
The 'Labor Day' director decided to wait until the Oscar-winning British actress was ready to make their new drama rather than re-cast the part when Winslet decided she wanted a break from Hollywood.
Reitman recalled: ''Kate Winslet is one of the greatest actresses living today, and that there will ever be. If I've got a script that Kate Winslet is willing to say yes to, I will wait a year, I will wait five years.
''If Kate had said, 'Fuck this s**t', I would have found someone else. But, for the rest of my life, I get to say I directed Kate Winslet. It's huge.''
He told Empire magazine: ''I think it's the dirtiest sex scene I'll ever shoot. People have been comparing it to the 'Ghost' ceramics scene and I like that comparison because that scene was an inch away from being ridiculous but works. I think that's what we've achieved here.''
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