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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Anjelica Huston isn’t apologizing after making pointed comments about some of her acting contemporaries and past relationships during press tour for “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum.”

Huston has a key role in the Keanu Reeves action movie, which premiered in Hollywood on Wednesday. She’s been talking about her past while promoting the movie, making pointed jabs about Robert DeNiro’s acting choices and a new Diane Keaton movie in the process.

Huston says she’s tried not to hurt people and while she may sometimes say something that’s politically incorrect, that’s also a part of who she is.

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