Was Dennis Quaid's Viral Freak Out a Hoax?

(Radio.com) A new video has surfaced showing Dennis Quaid going crazy on the set of a movie he's shooting, shouting profanities at the crew who he claims are causing him to mess up. But some are questioning if it real or a hoax.

In the 44-second clip, Quaid gets angry after someone interrupts him during a scene telling them "I'm acting here." "This is the most unprofessional set I have ever been on," he shouts.

The actor, standing behind a desk, than starts shouting at someone beyond view of the camera," I can't even get a line out until Dopey the d-k starts whispering in your ear, you're not even watching anymore."

Quaid goes on to call members of the set zombies, p-ies and "f-ing babies." Ending his rant by leaving the set with the final words, "Blow me." But, is this clip, which made its way to YouTube Monday (April 13), real or just a hoax?

Some on Reddit are saying it looks a little too staged, unlike that very real F-bomb filled Christian Bale clip from a few years back, to actually be a real freak out and is probably a comedy skit.

One commenter even says they work for Jimmy Kimmel Live! and claim they can confirm that it is a hoax. While another writes, "Folks, it's Jimmy Kimmel. Relax, it's all staged." Read more, watch the NSFW clip below and decide for yourself here.

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