Olivia Munn focused on several Hollywood heavyweights accused of sexual misconduct in the # MeToo movement, and taunted them because they believed they could just "push past" & # 39 ;.
Together with her co-stars from The Rook, Munn joined Buzzfeed & # 39; s AM2DM morning show on Thursday and spoke about # MeToo & # 39; s impact on the entertainment industry.
The actress said there must be consequences for abusers, many of whom did not make an effort to save themselves.
& # 39; If most people mess it up, we have to go to the back of the line and come up again, & # 39; said Munn. & # 39; But then there are those certain men who, if they mess up, go a little: & # 39; Oops, sorry, my sadness, & # 39; and then just resume their place in the row. & # 39;
& # 39; Redemption is possible, but you have to earn it just like everyone else. & # 39;
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Olivia Munn discussed the lingering impact of the # MeToo movement on Hollywood during an interview with Buzzfeed on Thursday. She embarrassed some of the men accused during sexual misconduct because they thought they could just push & # 39; past it & # 39; without real consequences
Munn specifically called Casey and Ben Affleck (left and right in January 2017), both of whom were confronted with allegations of multiple sexual misconduct in the course of their acting career. Munn said the brothers just keep going, hoping nobody will find out & # 39;
She specifically exclaimed Ben and Casey Affleck, saying that the actors' brothers just keep going, hoping no one will know. & # 39;
In 2017, Ben apologized for the gripping former One Tree Hill actress Hilarie Burton in an episode of TRL.
Rose McGowan later accused the actor of knowing about Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct and turning a blind eye.
Casey settled two lawsuits in 2010 after women accused him of sexually intimidating them on a film set.
Munn also focused on the famous director Quentin Tarantino (above in May) for yielding to & # 39; s rude behavior on the set and also admitting what Harvey Weinstein was doing & # 39;
Munn also went after the famous director Quentin Tarantino, who said she & # 39; admitted she was acting at the wrong time and also admitted knowing what Harvey Weinstein was doing & # 39 ;.
She referred Tarantino's interview with the New York Times at the height of #meToo in 2017. When asked about the allegations against Weinstein, the director said: & # 39; I knew enough to do more than I do. & # 39;
Tarantino admitted that he choked Uma Thurman and Diane Kruger in his films, but claimed that they agreed and that it was all for the camera.
Munn said that abusers should go to the background & # 39; to make room for other & # 39; great directors or writers or producers or actors & # 39 ;.
& # 39; The point is that they are not incredibly talented in themselves, but if you get the chance to have some power and you misuse that power, I think you immediately lose all positioning and you don't. & # 39; I don't get that power anymore, & she said.
She noted that while the majority of # MeToo cases in the media relate to men who abuse women, sexual misconduct is not a matter of & # 39; women, it is a misuse of power & # 39 ;.
& # 39; It just happens that people in positions of power are usually heterosexual men, so more women are the victims, but it's not just about women. It's all together, & she said.
Munn praised men like Terry Crews and Anthony Rapp for being candid about their experiences as victims of sexual abuse.
Munn is pictured with Casey Affleck (left) and Joel McHale (center) during an event in 2014. Casey closed two lawsuits in 2010 after women accused him of sexually intimidating them on a film set
Munn (above in January) was very open about her experiences with sexual abuse in the past
At the height of the #MeToo movement in 2017, Munn accused director Brett Ratner (left) of masturbating for her on a film set from 2004. Last fall, she blew the whistle of Steven Wilder Striegel (right), her co-star in the Predator after learning, he was a sex offender
Munn has long been frank about the culture of misconduct in Hollywood.
In 2017, she accused director Brett Ratner of sexual harassment by masturbating her for her during a film set in 2004. Five other women also brought charges against Ratner, who was later released from Warner Bros.
Munn said she had & # 39; many hits & # 39; after accusing Ratner. For a while she thought she had lupus because of a stress-induced rash that occurred after the accusations. Yet she does not regret going after him.
Last year she blew her co-star in The Predator, Steven Wilder Striegel, after hearing that he was a sex offender.
Munn demanded that Striegel's scene be cut out of the film and inform her cast mates so that she doesn't & # 39; blindsided & # 39; would be the way she was.
The actress, who played Casey Bracket in the sequel to the classic Arnold Schwarzenegger movie from 1987, said she was banned from the set after Striegel's departure.
& # 39; No one talked to me. Nobody reached out that whole day, & she said on The Ellen Show last fall.
As she explains why she shared the experience so openly, Munn said: & I think that's really important for people to understand – when you see something, you have to say something, but it won't be easy.
& # 39; There will be people who get mad at you because you are not playing the game.
& # 39; I think people expected me to be quiet because it's my movie, but the truth is, I don't care.
She added: & # 39; When we make movies, we have this range. It goes everywhere. There are people all over the world who see what we do. That little drop of fame can be used to hurt an influenceable person, and that's just not right. & # 39;
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