Jessica Biel Rides on Justin Timberlake's Back in Cute PDA Pic

Peter Castro
January 10, 2018

Justin Timberlake's seemingly innocent photo of himself and his wife, Jessica Biel, getting ready for The Golden Globes and supporting #TimesUp is getting serious backlash because of Timberlake's work with Woody Allen. Emma Stone hasn't spoken about her work with Allen, but declares "time's up" for, I suppose, other men. "Four years ago I decided enough was enough and wrote an open letter detailing the abuse I sustained at the hands of Woody Allen", she wrote on Twitter.

Dylan first accused Allen of sexually molesting her in 1992, when she was just 7 years old, during a long custody battle between the famous director and Dylan's mother, actress Mia Farrow. There were the men who weren't even asked to speak about them. "That is an admirable and worthwhile objective, I hope these women change the world", Farrow said.

Allen famously married his adopted daughter, Soon Yi, and was accused of sexual abuse by another adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow.

I fully support women taking a stand, linking arms with other women (and men), advocating on behalf of one another to effect change not only in the entertainment industry but in the world at large.

"Well, you know, I'm so thrilled to be here tonight as a writer and director and creator, and to be making my own movies and putting that forth", a visibly flustered Gerwig replied.

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The majority of Hollywood's elite wore black to the Golden Globes ceremony on Monday, 8 January in support of the Time's Up initiative, aimed at supporting the women who are bringing forward sexual harassment claims in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal. I could [only] know my experience.

"You worked with my abuser", she tweeted at Lively. She also spotlighted Lively, who appeared in his 2016 film "Cafe Society" and said Allen is "empowering to women".

Operation Black on the Golden Globes red carpet was always going to be tricky to navigate - especially for those who have films on their resume with the dodgy likes of Woody Allen.

"I struggle with how a powerful force like Justin Timberlake can claim to be in awe of the strength of women and stand with them at this #MeToo moment and then in the next breath say that working with Woody Allen is a 'dream come true'".

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