Franco's "The Disaster Artist" was praised by critics, but that was before the actor was accused of "sexually exploitative behaviour" by five women who spoke to the Los Angeles Times. He won Best Actor in a Comedy at the Critics' Choice Awards, but didn't show up to accept the trophy. "The Disaster Artist" only received one nomination for adapted screenplay for screenwriters Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber.
"I think that there's a piece of the black experience that is communicated in the film and through Daniel's performance that people of colour recognise and haven't seen and that people not of colour needed to see as well", Peele told Reuters.
Filmmaker Sarah Tither-Kaplan, an accuser who appeared with Paley on "Good Morning America", suggested Franco use "his power to give opportunities to women that are real and valuable". Hard to say. Social media rumors of Franco's sexual misconduct began circulating on January 7, and picked up momentum throughout the week.
James Franco was not including in the 2018 Oscar nominations list, amidst the multiple claims of sexual misconduct against him. "Call Me By Your Name" did earn a nod for Best Picture, while the film's young star Timothée Chalamet, 22, was among the nominees for Best Actor.
Recent Golden Globe victor Franco is one of the latest, with actresses Tither-Kaplan and Violet Paley coming forward on social media earlier this month (Jan18) to accuse him of inappropriate behavior, allegations which he has called "not accurate". "I have to do that to maintain my well-being", Franco told Colbert, adding he had had no idea what he did to Sheedy. So, I don't want to shut them down in anyway.
Ed Sheeran gets engaged to girlfriend, announces it on Instagram
Sheeran, 26, and accountant Seaborn, 25, were pupils at the same school in Suffolk, eastern England and began dating in 2015. He is also reportedly now working on his fourth album, which is rumored to be his last.
The actress shared: "Being an actor and working in this industry has been my dream since I was five or six, and I knew that coming forward with this was risking my career".
"Yes, of course", she said.
The "Time's Up" campaign was launched by women in Hollywood to fight against sexual harassment in the wake of Harvey Weinstein expose. Not everything that has been reported is fully accurate, so I think we're waiting to get all the information.
Women wore black attire to the Golden Globes, and most attendees wore Time's Up pins on their outfits to support a movement that aims to provide legal support to those affected by sexual harassment in the workplace.