Tate Taylor replaces Matthew Newton as 'Eve' director

Tate Taylor replaces Matthew Newton as 'Eve' director

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Tate Taylor replaces Matthew Newton as 'Eve' director
los Angeles, Aug 28 (IANS) Tate Taylor has replaced Matthew Newton as the director of Jessica Chastain's "Eve", two weeks after Newton left the project following an online backlash due to his history of alleged assault and domestic violence.
Chastain announced earlier this month that she would star in and produce the character-driven action film through her Freckle Films production company and Voltage Pictures.
"Eve" is produced by Nicolas Chartier and Dominic Rustam alongside Chastain and her Freckle Films partner Kelly Carmichael. Newton had also been set to produce the film.
Chastain has been a strong supporter of the #MeToo movement.
Newton said he was stepping down due to the responses to his attachment.
"I am profoundly aware that I have a responsibility to lead where I have failed in the past. I can never undo the harm that I've caused the people I've cared about and I carry that shame and responsibility with me every day," Newton said.
The news about Taylor was first reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
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