Keanu Reeves’ latest movie “Exposed” has upset the film’s director so badly he wants his name removed from the credits.
According to a report in Page Six, the film’s director Gee Malik Linton had creative differences with Lionsgate and Keanu Reeves after the production was re-edited down by over 20 minutes. The film was originally intended to be a “serious drama” but was turned into a thriller according to the report, and the director didn’t want his name attached to the picture.
On IMDB the credit of the director is listed as Declan Dale which is a pseudonym however Gee Malik Linton still remains on the Screenplay credits.
“Exposed” tells the story of a young Latina woman experiencing strange things after witnessing a miracle as a police detective looks for answers following his partner’s death.
The film stars Ana de Armas, Mira Sorvino and Chirstopher McDonald and will be released in theaters January 2016.