Sarandon Calls Out Hollywood for Failing to Address Weinstein Enablers
Sarandon Calls Out Hollywood for Failing to Address Weinstein Enablers

Susan Sarandon, The American actor, is among other big celebrities waiting for women’s status in Hollywood to improve.

She also said on Sunday that she doesn’t think the industry has yet come to terms with the Harvey Weinstein revelations in the #MeToo movement.

Weinstein, who is the founder of Miramax, was at the center of the 2017 uprising that started the moment that has come to be known as #MeToo, presently conforming to numerous prison punishments for rape and sexual assault.

She also mentioned during a ’90s Con panel that “I don’t think we’ve done the cleanup afterward that we should be doing,”

I don’t think people talk enough about the people who facilitated the Harvey Weinsteins of the world who are still functioning and equally responsible.”

Sorvino, one of the winners of the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, responded to Mira Sorvino’s statement, “I stopped being a viable film actress.”

Sarandon referred to people still working in Hollywood who “knew when they were sending people to a hotel.”

Who didn’t pay attention when someone complained and reflected on how female sexuality has remained “a mainstay of this business” since she began her career in the 1970s.”

She added, “It’s very confusing to be a young girl and know that they’re checking on your viability according to how sexy you are,” she said. “You know that. You do know that something is going on.

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