The star discusses his past sexual misconduct, bombshell affair, and father’s Nazi past—but only frustratingly skims the surface in what amounts to another vanity celebrity doc.
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The multi-hyphenate painter, musician, and director (to name just a few of his hats) talks in-depth about his life, career, and the new season of “Painting With John.”
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Credit where it’s due: It’s remarkable that they made “The Boogeyman” without a semblance of fight.
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