Men should face repercussions for abuses of power that go deeper than sitting out a ceremony or a photoshoot while they wait for bad press to blow over.
James Franco may not have received an Academy Award nod due to recent sexual-misconduct allegations, but two other men accused of terrible things did.
From the good (inclusion!) to the bad (no Tiffany Haddish?) to the downright confusing (‘Darkest Hour’ in Best Picture?), we gleefully engage in the annual Oscar morning ragefest.
As other Hollywood players have been taken down by #MeToo allegations, Franco just lost a Best Actor nod.
The actor told Meyers he was ‘holding back’ things he could say to defend himself out of respect for the Time’s Up movement.
‘The things that I heard that were on Twitter are not accurate, but I completely support people coming out and being able to have a voice,’ said Franco.
The ‘Breakfast Club’ star appeared to accuse the Globes of #MeToo hypocrisy for awarding Franco with Best Actor in a Musical-Comedy for ‘The Disaster Artist.’