Debra Tate is unmoved by the olive department prolonged by the director who forged Hilary Duff to play her sister, Sharon Tate, in a horror film … as a result of Debra says it’s simply an try to cowl his ass.
Debra, who began blasting Daniel Farrand‘s unbiased movie from the soar, tells TMZ … the director solely reached out to her AFTER the film was full, sending her a letter explaining what he was attempting to precise in “The Haunting of Sharon Tate.”
Debra strongly feels the director’s e-mail was too little, too late … and she or he’s calling BS on his intentions, as a result of she doesn’t suppose it’s in the least earnest. What’s extra, Debra tells us she’s satisfied Daniel solely reached out to make himself look higher after she completely slammed his work.
It’s a stark distinction to Debra’s interactions with Quentin Tarantino, who forged Margot Robbie to play Sharon in his Charles Manson flick, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” Sharon sat down for a 1-on-1 with Tarantino BEFORE manufacturing wrapped, studying the script and even being invited on set.
Hilary’s film simply hit theaters, and Debra’s warning moviegoers to spend their cash elsewhere … ’trigger Debra says it’s extraordinarily exploitative and socially irresponsible, taking Sharon’s life and spinning it for a brand new era on the 50th anniversary of her violent loss of life.
Debra, who was 16 when Manson’s cult followers murdered her sis, additionally says the movie is extraordinarily hurtful and hateful … and she or he thinks the director’s simply out to make a fast buck off her household’s tragedy.
Debra’s not alone in her critique … the film’s getting horrible opinions.