We touched on the subject matter yesterday, you know, how Gary Oldman managed to upset (or, in his words, "wound and deeply injure) several sections of society with comments made in a recent Playboy interview. In short, he defended Mel Gibson and Alec Baldwin. Should you want the finer details, you can find them here.
Now, I know we shouldn't compare the two, but this MAI (mandatory apology interview) is a hell of a lot more entertaining than the one where Jonah Hill apologises on Jimmy Fallon. Really, it should be a hell of a lot more serious considering Oldman managed to use (in whatever context) the N word, a homophobic slur, and an anti-semetic remarks as opposed to just the homophobic slur. Then again, like we said, you can't really compare the two - on many levels.