Olivia Wilde Slams GQ Writer Who Thinks She’s Too Hot To Be ‘Literate’

June 26, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery More

Olivia Wilde's GQ Shut Down

Olivia Wilde writer scandal brings sexism charge to GQ magazine. Olivia Wilde slams GQ critic who claimed that she was too hot to play a writer. While reviewing Olivia Wilde’s latest movie Third Person, Tom Carson wrote in GQ that the actress’ butt was too sexy to make her a believable writer. Wild dissed Carson by telling him to kiss her beautiful assets.

It is never a good idea to piss off Olivia Wilde.

Earlier today GQ published a review written by Tom Carson of the romantic thriller Third Person, which features James Franco, Mila Kunis, Olivia Wilde, Liam Neeson and Adrien Brody.

In Third Person, Olivia Wilde in the role of Anna and Liam Neeson as Micheal are both writers living in Paris trying to rekindle a love affair after he left his wife Theresa (played by Kim Basinger.)

Tom Carson thinks Olivia Wilde is too hot to play a writer

Tom Carson who was not too captivated by Olivia Wilde’s acting abilities took the decision to focus on her physique.

Mr. Carson appeared to be mesmerized by The Girl Next Door star’s nude scene in the flick and asked why should this woman even pretend to be an intellectual when she has a butt as fit as she does.

The writer criticized the 30-year-old star in the following passage:

Neeson and Wilde get up to some believably wayward antics: games, one-upmanship, the kind of desire for each other that comes from old acquaintance rather than novelty. She’s supposed to be a writer too, but your belief in that won’t outlast Wilde scampering naked through hotel corridors once Neeson playfully locks her out of his room. With that tush, who’d need to be literate? Who’d want to?

Olivia Wilde slams critic

The Words actress took to Twitter where she had a very simple answer for the reviewer:

HA. Kiss my smart ass, GQ.

The internet was lit on fire because Tom Carson’s sexist comment.

Many were quick to ask him why can’t a literate woman have a beautiful body as well.

And he was also reminded that Wilde’s both parents are journalists, her grandfather was a writer, so is her aunt – heck she had writer Christopher Hitchens as a babysitter when she was growing up. Her professional name is Wilde, she chose it because of Irish writer Oscar Wilde.

GQ magazine apologizes to Olivia Wilde

GQ caught wind of Carson’s blunder and issued an apology:

We blew it, @oliviawilde. We regret that boneheaded joke in Tom Carson’s “Third Person” review. So does he.

Later this year, Wilde will be featured in the upcoming film The Longest Week and the documentary Unity.

In 2015 she will star in Lazarus.

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