A new viral clip of actor Dennis Quaid appearing to freak out on the set of an unknown movie is causing many to question if the whole thing isn't some huge prank.
The 43 second clip shows Quaid on an undisclosed movie set, when he appears to go off on a tirade of NSFW language against everyone around him--including an unknown baby that appears to be on the set as well.
"Yo, What the f--k keep going! I am acting here, and this d--khead wanders onto my set," Quaid startes off his rant. I can't even get a line out until Dopey the d00k stops whispering in your ear. You're not even watching anymore!"
An undisclosed crew member seems to try and calm Quaid down, but the tirade continues.
"Don't f--king Dennis me! I am doing my job here! I'm a pro! This is the most unprofessional set I have ever been on!" he continues. "This is horses--t! I've got these f--king zombies over here that I have to look at, I have a bunch of p---sies staring at me, and this f--king baby! This is garbage! B--w Me!"
However, many are wondering if the video is a prank, because it rings similarly to one like the kind that talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has created for his talk show in the past--all of which have previously been revealed on a later date as fake.
Dennis Quaid either had a fit, faked a fit, or his brother Randy ate his soul and assumed his form. #dennisquaid
— FrancescoMarciuliano (@fmarciuliano) April 14, 2015
I got ten dollars Dennis Quaid flipping out is a Jimmy Kimmel prank — Joseph Pratasiewicz (@JoePratasiewicz) April 14, 2015
Is this Dennis Quaid meltdown video real? Or could it be one of those Jimmy Kimmel set ups? Either way LOLz. https://t.co/OYIlFecZY7 — IncrediblyRich (@IncrediblyRich) April 14, 2015
No one from Kimmel's team has confirmed the suspicions, and Quaid's reps have not commented on the video as of yet either, though it should be noted that the actor has been involved with the upcoming biopic movie Truth, which offers a behind-the scenes-look at the events leading up to news anchor Dan Rather being fired from CBS after he broadcast a report about then-President George Bush relying on family connections to avoid fighting during Vietnam--a story that was later proven to be false.
If this video is also later proven to be a fake, it could be a surprising brilliant marketing attempt to begin promoting the film.
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