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The actor was sent off with a group of men to the carnival while she was followed by this B list actor who asked sexual questions one after the other and excused himself multiple times.
She assumes now he was going off somewhere to pleasure himself and then come back after.
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“I more or less told him what I would tell any man, which is to own the way in which you were complicit in this,” she said. Say it.” As she wrote on Twitter shortly after their dinner, Tamblyn viewed it as a “come to Jesus conversation.” The crux of her stance was the importance of facing one’s sins; of speaking out publicly as a crucial step in how the industry moves forward in dealing with toxicity and rape culture.
So Tamblyn connected Tarantino with Jodi Kantor, one of the New York Times journalists who reported out the Weinstein story.
A friend who once had a large role in a hit movie for the director.
Afterwards they both said they hated it, but didn't know what to tell him because they were so shocked he was doing it to them.(Tarantino has confirmed this.) Tamblyn wanted Tarantino to face the woman who had spoken to Weinstein’s alleged victims while reporting the story.“I felt like that was a really important full circle that he needed to come to.” As a result of her guidance, Tarantino issued a statement on Weinstein through Tamblyn’s social media.He also talked to Kantor for an interview in which he said, among other things, that when it came to Weinstein, he’d known “enough to do more than [he] did.”“It was just sort of about helping him get there,” Tamblyn said.“I feel like that would be the title of my memoir someday: Helping Them Get There.” She paused, then added a subtitle: “The Story of Men.”An actor, poet, director, and soon-to-be-published novelist, Tamblyn has been a citizen of Hollywood her entire life.
She says she freaks out whenever she hears carousel music. Another actress who was a teenager when she made a huge movie for the director says that she wasn't given a ride on a tour bus, but instead, was given a ride on a helicopter with her younger actor co-star.