Seth Rogen And Michael Moore BANNED From Steakhouse For ‘American Sniper’ Criticism
Seth Rogen and Michael Moore have been banned from a Michigan steakhouse following their criticism about Chris Kyle and the Clint-Eastwood directed film “American Sniper.”
Tommy Brann owns Brann’s Steakhouse and Grille, and after the two celebrities tweeted out their criticisms — Moore calling Kyle a “coward” and Rogen comparing the film to “Inglorious Basterds” — Brann put up a sign that read, “Michael Moore and Seth Rogan are NOT allowed in my place.”
“Chris Kyle is an American hero and what he represents to me is the goodness of America and the people who defend it,” Brann said in a statement.
“He was doing his job and he was doing it great. The remark was offensive, and if Chris Kyle was still alive he would handle Michael Moore in a minute. Chris Kyle’s family, why do they have to hear it? To me, that’s really hurtful.”
Meanwhile, “American Sniper” is killing it at the box office. (RELATED: Chris Kyle Film CRUSHES Box Office Records In Opening Weekend)