Wednesday, 17 October, 2018

Weinstein accusers claim they weren't invited to Golden Globes

Weinstein accusers claim they weren't invited to Golden Globes Weinstein accusers claim they weren't invited to Golden Globes
Sherri Watson | 10 January, 2018, 02:44

During this year's Golden Globes, Italian actress Asia Argento tweeted Rose with a message of support, praising her for having been "the first one who broke the silence". "And I knew it was a lot of us".

The series, for which she began filming footage on her own three years ago, is "pretty much all access", and a trailer screened for TV critics shows her speaking out, volunteering and advocating, well before the recent allegations surfaced.

Rosanna Arquette, who accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct, tweeted to a follower, "No we weren't invited". Others have worked together to form a foundation to support whistle-blowers who may need to defend themselves against retaliation in Hollywood and other industries and will wear a Time's Up pin to show their commitment to that cause.

In the clip, she said: "I was in the middle of my second movie for his company, and I get assaulted".

"I want all the girls watching here, now, to know that a new day is on the horizon", said Oprah in her closing statement. But she added that she faces the sale of her house to pay "legal bills fighting off the monster".

"I was asked to lend my name to a letter to aid female farmworkers to aid sexual harassment. I have no time for Hollywood fakery, but you I love, .@AsiaArgento #RoseArmy", she said online.

The 44-year-old made no apologies for her outspokenness, portraying herself as a fighter by nature.

A settlement reached with Weinstein in 1997 over an encounter in a hotel room during the Sundance film festival didn't include a non-disclosure agreement, McGowan said. "My father said I was born with my fists up".

McGowan was somewhat more abashed when asked for her opinion on a controversy involving former E! host Catt Sadler, who left the network after learning her male counterpart, Jason Kennedy, was making twice as much as she was.

"I don't watch red carpets". "It's so systemic, you guys".

As an executive producer on "Citizen Rose", McGowan also said she's using her decision-making power to hire more women behind the scenes, including a team of female editors. Streep even explained the importance of her choice of attire. "You can't force things in, and what people were talking about last night was what he commented on, and I think that's always the way to go", Kimmel said. I have fought. I have clawed.