The 'Avengers' star was referring to Franco when she said, 'I want my pin back,' at the Women's March in Los Angeles on Saturday, while Brie said, 'I obviously support my family.'
Scarlett Johansson became the first A-lister to take aim at James Franco, following allegations of sexual misconduct from six women, at the Women’s March on Saturday.
The Avengers star delivered an impassioned speech at the civil rights event in Los Angeles, and burned Franco, who attended the Golden Globes wearing a Time’s Up pin to support the anti-sexual harassment movement.
“I want my pin back, by the way,” she said refusing to name the 127 Hours star, who has stepped away from the awards season spotlight amid the claims he acted inappropriately — allegations he insists are
James Franco sits in the audience at the 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium on Sunday (January 21) in Los Angeles.
The 39-year-old actor skipped the red carpet amid allegations of sexual misconduct that were made against him following his Golden Globes win two weeks ago.
While #MeToo movement pioneer Ashley Judd has said that the actor had a “terrific” response to the allegation, #TimesUp pioneer Scarlett Johansson called him out this weekend for wearing one of the initiative’s pins at the Globes.
James was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in
Marvel is keeping the ball rolling with Black Widow!
The standalone film, which is set to star Scarlett Johansson, is moving ahead with script writer Jac Schaeffer.
While the film is still in “very early development,” naming the script writer is the latest evidence that the movie is still in progress, as Variety reports.
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Marvel President Kevin Feige reportedly met with several candidates before tapping Jac, and Scarlett met with Marvel executives to discuss what they wanted from a writer.
Jac first broke out with her script for The Shower, which
It has been so inspiring watching celebs from across Hollywood come together and unite the world in the Times Up movement to end sexual harassment in the workplace.
One of the main parts of the initiative is a legal defense fund that was created to help women protect themselves against sexual misconduct in the workplace and encourage them to report it when it happens.
Stars like Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Meryl Streep, and Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes have all stepped up with donations of $500,000 each! The donation amounts made by celebs are visible on the cause’s