Blake Lively, 28, criticized the Cannes Film Festival on May 12 for allowing the opening night ceremony to include a controversial rape joke about Woody Allen, 80. Read on to see what the Gossip Girl star had to say about it!
Ronan Farrow, 28, has written an incredible op-ed for The Hollywood Reporter that details how upsetting it is that the 2016 Cannes Film Festival is allowing his father, Woody Allen, 80, to premiere his latest film on opening night. He specifically calls out the young women starring in the film, such as Kristen Stewart, 26, for working with the director who was accused of being sexually inappropriate with his daughter, Dylan Farrow, when she was only seven years old.
As Woody Allen, 80, opens the Cannes Film Festival on May 11 with Cafe Society, Ronan Farrow, 28, released a scathing essay the same day condemning the entertainment industry for continuing to support his father despite claims from his sister, Dylan Farrow, 30, that he molested her. Dylan wrote in a 2014 essay that her father, Woody, continuously sexually abused her as a child, and now Ronan is vehemently backing those claims in a new piece for The Hollywood Reporter. Read on to learn more about his blistering essay.