Greta Gerwig Vows Never to Work with Woody Allen Again

  • Greta Gerwig Vows Never to Work with Woody Allen Again

Greta Gerwig Vows Never to Work with Woody Allen Again

She goes on to point out that she has not worked with Woody again since then and that Dylan's recent pieces made her realize that she "increased another woman's pain". "I grew up on his movies, and they have informed me as an artist, and I cannot change that fact now, but I can make different decisions moving forward".

Gerwig made a much-awaited statement about the director when she joined New York Times op-ed columnist Frank Bruni for an online conversation with Molly's Game writer and director Aaron Sorkin about their own movies and the year in general. A hard aspect of the Time's Up and #MeToo movement in Hollywood is the fact that many who support it have been complicit in their own ways, whether it's through supporting predators in their work or staying silent. She added that it was something she takes seriously and thought "deeply about". One of the journalists who worked on exposing Harvey Weinstein's history of abuse, Farrow recently wrote a piece for The Los Angeles Times asking why Allen has been spared from the fallout.

Even though her big win was in the spotlight, the actress was faced with probing questions about working with Woody Allen.

Greta's directorial debut, "Lady Bird", was named Best Picture (Comedy Or Musical) at the Golden Globes over the weekend, while its star Saoirse Ronan was also honoured.

"If I had known then what I know now, I would not have acted in the film", Greta said.

But Gerwig sidestepped taking a firm position, saying she needed more time to consider the issue. Those words stand in sharp contrast to some of Farrow's previous remarks-particularly when he famously took jabs at his father on Twitter.

Justin Timberlake, wearing a Time's Up pin, and Jessica Biel arrive at the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards Sunday. "I will say that in every industry there are still powerful men facing credible allegations of wrongdoing who continue to evade accountability".

"I struggle to understand how a woman who believes Woody Allen is "empowering to women" can claim the role as an advocate for women suffering from sexual harassment", Farrow said.

"I don't actually know the answer to that", Farrow said when asked when he last spoke to Allen.

Farrow said that it has become painful over the years to see artists she admires work for and praise her father, especially when they espouse a desire to support all women in speaking up about sexual harassment and abuse. "Please know they are deeply felt and appreciated".