“Vicky Cristina Barcelona” actress Rebecca Corridor will donate her wage from an upcoming Woody Allen movie to the brand new Time’s Up initiative, she introduced Friday.
Corridor, who apologized and stated, “I remorse this resolution [to work with Allen] and wouldn’t make the identical one at present,” joins Greta Gerwig, Mira Sorvino, and Ellen Web page in talking out in opposition to the director.
Dylan Farrow, who has lengthy accused her adoptive father of sexual abuse, has repeatedly known as out the hypocrisy of those that assist Allen and seem in his movies whereas claiming to struggle in opposition to sexual harassment and assault.
In a press release on Instagram, Corridor stated reflecting on Farrow’s statements made her understand that her actions “have made one other girl really feel silenced and dismissed.”
“That’s not one thing that sits simply with me within the present or certainly any second, and I’m profoundly sorry. I remorse this resolution and wouldn’t make the identical one at present,” Corridor wrote.
She additionally shared the accusations in opposition to Weinstein broke whereas she was engaged on a day’s shoot on Allen’s upcoming movie, “A Wet Day in New York,” in accordance with Indiewire.
“I couldn’t have imagined someplace stranger to be that day …. Within the weeks following I’ve thought very deeply about this resolution, and stay conflicted and saddened,” Corridor stated.
Whereas the actress has credited Allen for one among her first main roles, she apologized for selecting to seem within the director’s newest movie on the Time’s Up motion. The initiative is established by girls in Hollywood to struggle office harassment in different industries.
“I’ve additionally signed up, will proceed to donate, and look ahead to working with and being a part of this optimistic motion in the direction of change not simply in Hollywood however hopefully all over the place,” Corridor wrote.