Actor, director, and activist Asia Argento got plenty to say about the alleged predator — and other predators in Hollywood.
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Yesterday, the Time’s Up movement hosted a panel at the Tribeca Film Festival. While speaking about the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund, it was shared that over 2,500 women have sought help from the organization since January 1. “The more people who come out and say me too, we will not only change society, but we will change the law,” said Roberta Kaplan, one of the cofounders of the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund at the panel.
Few people noticed the Best Actress nominee's subtle sartorial support of the #TimesUp movement on Oscar night. Her husband also wore a pin in solidarity.
Emma Watson showed her support for the #TimesUp movement via some new ink on her arm, though a few eagle-eyed fans are calling it out.
There were a number of trends spotted on the Oscars red carpet Sunday night, including thigh-high slits and plunging necklines . But the most important trend was a color choice that had real symbolic meaning. While this year’s Golden Globes and Grammys had notable dress codes that allowed celebrities to illustrate their solidarity with the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, it seems that standing for equality is ingrained in some people’s style choices regardless of the sartorial rules. Whether done intentionally or not, white was the preferred color of celebs like Jane Fonda , Margot Robbie , and even Timothée Chalamet . White has long been considered a nod to one of the earliest women’s movements, the suffragettes, who were fighting for the right to vote. Because of this, the color has come to signify fairness, equality, and hope. This symbolism was especially evident during Hillary Clinton ‘s 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, which led women to voting booths in white suits to show support for the female presidential hopeful. White roses played an important role at the 2018 Grammys in late January , as a group called Voices in Entertainment made a call for artists to carry the flowers. “We choose the white rose because historically it stands for hope, peace, sympathy, and resistance,” Voices in Entertainment wrote in a letter sent to invitees of the ceremony — and clearly the trend has stuck. Here’s a look at all of the celebrities who wore white for the night. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
At the Oscars red carpet, Dos Santos and her co-host Rancic weren’t anywhere near the action, while a man who’s been accused of sexual assault was right in the middle of it.
Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino, who have been considered trailblazers in the #MeToo movement, pleasantly surprised viewers by arriving on the red carpet together.
As is tradition, the actor, who won the Best Actor Oscar for his role in ‘Manchester By the Sea’, was due to present the award but is swerving this year’s bash after claims of sexual harassment were levelled against him. According to Variety, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has made a stand in the ‘year of the woman’ and asked four actresses to present this year’s lead acting awards. Jane Fonda and Helen Mirren will present the Lead Actor award.
Though attendees at this year's Golden Globes and Baftas wore black to protest sexual misconduct, #TimesUp organizers have no plans for a dress code at the Oscars on March 4.
Attendees at the Brit Awards carried roses in honor of #TimesUp, but that didn't stop the paparazzi from taking sleazy photos after the show.
Natalie Portman was among the many celebrities who supported the release of director Roman Polanski after he was arrested and threatened with extradition over his 1977 rape of a 13-year-old girl.
On Sunday night, the Duchess of Cambridge faced one of her greatest fashion challenges to date after a letter urged BAFTA attendees to wear all black in support of the #TimesUp movement.
Ahead of the BAFTA Film Awards on Sunday, February 18, many of the UK's leading female stars have come together in a show of solidarity with the Time's Up movement. Guests have already been asked to wear black to the ceremony at London's Royal Albert Hall to make the same visual statement Hollywood gave us at last month's Golden Globe Awards. Now, The Guardian reports that many actresses will attend the BAFTAs not with a partner or family member, but alongside a prominent female activist.
The movement aims to prevent women from being subjected to the red carpet's "patriarchal gaze" and to treat them like "artists, not dolls."
For the 60th annual Grammy awards , celebrities are continuing to use their voices — and fashion — to promote the #TimesUp movement . On Sunday night, a number of attendees wore white roses, in one way or another, for an important reason. Following the Golden Globes blackout that kicked off awards season with a statement of solidarity, artists have found another way to express their unity around the cause of gender equality with a white rose . A group called Voices of Entertainment sent a statement to attendees of the event to explain the push to wear the accessory, writing, “We choose the white rose because historically it stands for hope, peace, sympathy, and resistance.” White carried the same powerful meaning throughout Hillary Clinton’s 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, as the candidate and her female voters often wore white as a nod to the suffrage movement. And now, on the red carpet , it’s adding an additional beautiful touch to all of the glamorous looks. From the evening’s host, James Corden , to first-time nominees Khalid and SZA , here are all of the stars showing off their white roses. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.