Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Jeunet directed "Alien: Resurrection" from a script by Whedon, who previously called the movie "unwatchable."
The "Amélie" director returns with a genial but excruciating Netflix comedy about horny suburbanites who are stuck in the same house together during the singularity.
The "Amelie" and "Delicatessen" director's latest debuts on the streaming platform February 11.
The filmmaker also shared his dissatisfaction with the Broadway adaptation of his beloved 2001 romantic comedy.
Jeunet says del Toro "lacks self-respect" because he won't admit to ripping off a dance scene for "The Shape of Water."
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