Bryan Singer is open to working with Kevin Spacey again
Los Angeles: Filmmaker Bryan Singer is not ruling out working with Kevin Spacey again, despite the claims of sexual harassment and assault that have been levied against the actor.
The "X-Men" director, 52, who has denied claims of his own alleged sexual misconduct, told TMZ he would be open to working with the former "House of Cards" star, 58, but added, "It depends on the project, I guess."
Singer directed Spacey in "The Usual Suspects," for which Spacey was nominated for a supporting actor Academy Award in 1996. The director told the outlet he "helped launch (Spacey's) career" and the actor remains "an acquaintance of mine."
Singer's comments regarding Spacey come just one day after Cesar Sanchez-Guzman sued Singer for allegedly raping him when he was 17.
Singer issued a statement emphatically denying the allegation.
Earlier this week he was also fired from directing the Freddy Mercury biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody."
According to Variety, the TMZ interview appears to have been shot before the accusations were made public.