Woody Allen. Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Woody Allen.Pascal Le Segretain/Getty
As the #MeToo movement gained momentum in Hollywood following the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault allegations, Dylan Farrow asked pointedly in a Los Angeles Times op-ed in December, "Why has the #MeToo revolution spared Woody Allen?"
In 1993, Allen faced accusations that he had sexually abused Farrow, his then-seven-year-old adoptive daughter. Allen, who has continually denied the accusations, was investigated but never prosecuted.
But Farrow has long maintained that Allen sexually assaulted her, after she first discussed the issue publicly in a New York Times op-ed in 2014.
In her 2017 op-ed, Farrow asked why A-list actors like Kate Winslet, Blake Lively, and Greta Gerwig have continued to work with and praise Allen.
Farrow’s words appear to have shifted to the tide, however, as a number of actors who played in Allen’s movies (including Gerwig, Rebecca Hall, and Timothée Chalamet ) have now either disavowed him or donated their salaries from his films to abuse victims charities in recent months. Here are all the actors who have disavowed Woody Allen after working in his movies: Griffin Newman Angela Weiss/GettyIn October, before the LA Times published Farrow’s op-ed, actor Griffin Newman said on Twitter that he regretted […]