Olivia Munn calls out Meghan Markle's sister, Samantha, over her recent comments: 'She's real angry'
Olivia Munn, left, calls out Meghan Markle's sister, Samantha, over her recent comments. (Reuters/AP)
ET’s Kevin Frazier sat down with the 38-year-old actress and her "Predator"co-stars, Sterling K. Brownand Keegan-Michael Key, at 2018 Comic-Con in San Diego on Thursday, where she revealed that the film’s writer-director, Shane Black, actually has ties to Meghan.
“Shane Black used to date Samantha Markle, the really crazy sister,” Munn claimed of the former "Suits" star’s half-sister. “That is amazing. Shane Black and Samantha Markle. I think we should reunite them.”
“I think she’s single, I think he’s single. He could be Prince Harry’s brother-in-law. Who doesn’t want to make that happen?” she asked. “And maybe Samantha would calm down. She’s real angry. She says a lot of crazy stuff in the press.”
Samantha and her father, Thomas Markle, have both made headlines with claims against Meghan since she got engaged to Prince Harry last year. Thomas has continued to speak out to the press about his daughter -- recently claiming she looks "terrified" in her new role as the Duchess of Sussex -- while Samantha slammed her sister on Twitter for ignoring their father. "Enough is enough. Act like a humanitarian, act like a woman," she reportedly tweeted. "If our father dies, it's on you Meg!"
As for whether Munn is hoping to marry into the royal family as well, she insisted she has no plans to follow Meghan into duchess life.
“I don’t want to give up my career. I want my friends to marry princes,” Munn, who just returned from London, continued. “When you’re a royal, you have to give things up.”
Munn's career definitely couldn't be hotter at the moment, as she stars as Casey Bracket in "The Predator," a scientist who teams up with a group of military men to stop the genetically enhanced super species from destroying mankind.
"My character was brought in by the CIA to explain what’s going on with this Predator,” she shared, as Brown explained how the upcoming film fits in with the 1987 "Predator" starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
"We honor that the Predator has been here several times in the past," he said. "We’re trying to collect as much information as we can to arm ourselves, to learn about the Predator and be ready to fight it the next time coming forward."
"It's simply another chapter in the story of the universe of the Predator," Key added of the film. "It's another piece."