Studio executives who’ve said nothing about Mel Gibson’s anti-Semitic remarks “are clearly not the bravest people in the world,” producer Howard Rosenman has told L.A. Times columnist Patrick Goldstein. “They don’t want to alienate Mel or [Gibson agent] Ed Limato, one of the most powerful agents in town. They’re all thinking, what happens if he comes out of this and I’ve said something? He won’t work with me when I need him.”