I`m not greatly offended by Hangover snub, says Mel Gibson
London: Actor Mel Gibson has revealed that the loss of a cameo role in the sequel to comedy hit ‘The Hangover’ hasn’t upset him.
"It seemed like a good idea at the time and it went south. You have to let that go. You just move on and go okay. I’m not greatly offended by it," BBC quoted him as telling US website Deadline.
Director Todd Phillips had planned to cast Gibson as a tattoo artist but reconsidered because he did not have his cast and crew’s "full support".
"I like Todd. How could you not like Todd? He’s smart and he’s gifted and so are the other people in the film,” the actor said of the director.