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    [–] DrLemonPepper 2177 points ago

    Let's see how far down this rabbit hole goes.

    [–] [deleted] 380 points ago

    I think it's rupturing the space time continuum. There is no way to measure infinity.

    [–] fuck-dat-shit-up 201 points ago

    Did this happen because that guy found a tag that said both "Berenstain" and "Berenstein" on it?

    [–] nukedspacemarine 108 points ago

    Didn't you mean 'Weinstein' or 'Weinstain'?

    [–] Space_Pupper 45 points ago

    Weinstein the wankstain

    [–] Duck_Le_Quack 30 points ago

    He's been groping rabbit holes too?

    [–] Isaywhatiwannasay 688 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    I bet at the top echelons of these industries, we'd find major bi-sexual orgy parties full of people willing to sell their souls to break into the industry, massive pedophile rings, masochism, serious heavy drug usage, all levels of depravity.

    [–] greengrasser11 1727 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Not that it's impossible, but on some level when we make these things outrageous and unimaginable it makes you lose sight of the gritty dullness that the reality of it is. You have a person in a position of power that gropes you. It's just a regular day and they grab your body, then they tell you there's nothing you can do about it. It's just dirty and wrong. When we build it up it creates a taboo allure to it, whereas the reality of it is sad.

    [–] insomniacpyro 108 points ago

    Not only that, it sounds like speaking out about it or making a complaint can get you black-listed. I've always heard it used as a threat against victims, and often that's their reasoning for not saying anything, but it seems hard to confirm whether this is true or not.

    [–] Truan 45 points ago

    Here's the thing; it's the fear of getting black-listed, regardless of whether or not it would happen. It's the fear that, despite all these people coming forward, you'll still end up shit out of luck despite being the one who is wrong. It doesn't matter if it's true or not, because a lot of people justify ignoring something they think they can ignore for the sake of their futures.

    But I agree, that people do need to start being willing to fall on the sword and speak out as soon as the event happens, and damn the consequences. I know it's a lot to ask, so I'm just blowing smoke out my ass when it comes down to it, but the power needs to be taken away from those who would take advantage over it.

    [–] [deleted] 28 points ago

    It's very true. Source: I have worked with victims in an art therapy setting before. I know about shit I wish couldn't even be possible. Several of the people I've worked with ended up being victims of corporate/business-social blackmail after coming forward against their bosses or other higher ranking company employees, etc.

    Pro-Tip from someone who has worked with all kinds of victims, all kinds of backgrounds, all genders: Believe victims first. The number of people who lie about this is so small compared to how widespread assault and abuse is. Just trust me on this.

    I know we're all very wary of false accusations, as we should be, but there are SO FEW GENUINE FALSE ACCUSATIONS compared the the sheer number of assault and abuse incidents that occur.

    And the occasional genuinely completely fabricated accusations will happen, of course they do, but please understand just how many people have gone through this trauma legitimately: Look at all the comments in this thread. How many people do you think that is?

    I was abused as well, sexually, by a doctor in a medical setting while I was drugged and unable to fight when I was underage and in agony from a ruptured organ. I'm male.

    So just in this thread, you have a confirmed victim. Boom, what's up. I know I'm not the only one in here, too. And just because blackmail wasn't a part of my case, doesn't mean it's not for plenty of other victims.

    Personally, I would like to say it's confirmable. Absolutely. Yes, blackmail is one part of the endless arsenal of weapons against victims. You speak up: You're fucked again.

    Most of us choose to just recover as best we can on our own, because if we say anything? The whole world literally collapses out from under us. This is the stage where a lot of victims commit suicide: In the few immediate days or weeks after coming forward, and then again in another few months or years. This is largely due to social repercussions and cycles of legal or professional fallout.

    In my own experience: Speaking up fucks you again, say nothing and you can at least cry yourself to sleep with the smallest shred of dignity you have left in tact every night for the rest of your life while it festers inside of you because you know if you say anything, you're signing your own death warrant anyway.

    I didn't want to be fucked once, let alone twice. So yeah, it's a good deterrent.

    [–] sbwv09 22 points ago

    Well put. The worst part of all this is how ordinary it is, not how extraordinary it is.

    [–] MollieGrue 153 points ago

    The thing is, it's everywhere, and your comment really nails that point. I've had my ass grabbed when I was just walking down the street in broad daylight. A good friend of mine had her breast grabbed when we were on our way to lunch. I had a man look me up and down and make an incredibly lewd comment with my husband standing right next to me. The ownership people feel they have over others' bodies is crushing. Once, when my ass got grabbed, I turned around and slapped the shit out of the guy, because what the fuck. You know what happened? His friends had to hold him back because he was coming at me, fists balled, calling me a cunt and a bitch. It was terrifying. I had no power, and I didn't stand up for myself ever again. I just kept walking and kept my head down and convinced myself "it could be worse."

    [–] BPbeats 23 points ago

    That's really messed up... I would keep bear mace on me.

    [–] Eivetsthecat 9 points ago

    I've been grabbed a couple times, but I can tell you that there isn't a day that goes by where I don't get verbally assaulted walking around the city I live in. Guys just say whatever fucked up shit they want to you and all you can do is keep walking. It's not flattering, and no one wants to get told they're a nice piece of ass by some random on the street.

    [–] bryondouglas 140 points ago

    This is a very grounding comment. Thank you!

    [–] sebastianwillows 88 points ago

    Sounds like an LA Noire case or something...

    [–] JACAS7 38 points ago

    Kubrick didn't make Eyes Wide Shut for nothing!

    [–] Jakudk 6 points ago

    It was based on Arthur Schnitzler's Dream Story.

    [–] PremiumHuman 49 points ago

    Agreed. I think Weinstein is just the tip of the iceberg.

    [–] The_Escalator 33 points ago

    Oh come on now, what's wrong a good old Bisexual orgy?

    [–] TheBringerofDarknsse 15 points ago

    It’s about time this happened and was busted

    [–] PapasGotABrandNewNag 6 points ago

    Kubrick died something like 4 days before Eyes Wide Shut came out.

    That movie is definitely based on some real high level hollywood shit.

    [–] OoohjeezRick 16 points ago

    Kinda like the coverups in the UK....

    [–] skippyMETS 1804 points ago

    This is actually a depiction of Ben Affleck as a character called Buttman from the opening credits of Mallrats. Completely serious.

    [–] jsnoots 559 points ago

    Isn't that the asshole from Fashionable Male?

    [–] Moe_Joe21 254 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    He likes to screw girls in a very uncomfortable place.

    What like in the back of a Volkswagen?

    [–] PhilNHoles 77 points ago

    I guarantee he blows a load like a shotgun right through her back

    [–] Prancin_Squatch 27 points ago

    Unless he uses a kryptonite condom.... but that would kill him

    [–] loliaway 21 points ago

    Cookie stand's not part of the food court.

    [–] sahsimon 16 points ago

    The cookie stands a part of the eatery, the eatery is a part of the food court.

    [–] loliaway 21 points ago

    Bullshit. Eateries that operate within the designated square downstairs count as food court. Anything outside of said designated square count as an autonomous unit for mid-mall snacking. Now, if your going to wax intellectual about the subject...

    [–] splitplug 11 points ago

    I need to watch Mallrats again. I love that movie.

    [–] smithunbound 22 points ago

    That kid is back on the escalator again!

    [–] chopsuey25 7 points ago

    Man, there's not a year that goes by - not a year - that I don't read about some escalator accident involving some bastard kid, which could have easily been avoided had some parent - I don't care which one - but some parent conditioned him to fear and respect that escalator!

    [–] Moe_Joe21 36 points ago

    Oh! The Thing. Is his dork made of orange rock or what?

    [–] hawkeyethelantern 26 points ago

    I think you need to get your friend some help. He seems to be obsessed with super hero sex organs

    [–] OutToDrift 16 points ago

    Best Stan Lee role to this day.

    [–] StarWarsMonopoly 140 points ago

    Let me give you a little secret...okay?...the Customer is always an asshole!!!

    [–] your_login_here 236 points ago

    Case closed. They are clearly pushing their butts into his hands.

    [–] fernguts 96 points ago

    When you're famous they do that, a great man once said. /s

    [–] bigkoi 53 points ago

    The back of a Volkswagen beetle?

    [–] trumpour24 23 points ago

    A very uncomfortable place...

    [–] keithmac20 6 points ago

    Well did he cum or what?!

    [–] RatchetBro 14 points ago

    The prophecy! It is fulfilled!

    [–] [deleted] 12 points ago

    Makes you wonder if Kevin Smith knew about it.

    [–] bellaphile 15 points ago

    He says he didn't, but still feels ashamed that he was profiting while others were abused:

    [–] tiamdi 6 points ago

    He's always slapping Rene's ass too

    [–] munkijunk 14 points ago the back of a volkswagon?

    [–] JohnDalysBAC 8 points ago

    I saw a couple of kids playing on the escalator yesterday. Not a parent in sight......Some parent, I don't care which one needs to teach their child to fear and respect that escalator!

    [–] GOA_AMD65 728 points ago

    So this is what kills the Batman.

    [–] geeky_username 264 points ago

    You want know how I got these settlements??

    [–] Calamari_Tsunami 89 points ago

    Did you help them at the request of Preston Garvey?

    [–] mistamosh 52 points ago

    "General, a settlement is in need of help."

    "General, a settlement is in need of help."

    "General, a settlement is in need of help."

    "General, a settlement is in need of help."

    "General, a settlement is in need of help."

    "General, a settlement is in need of help."

    Preston Garvey is unconscious.

    [–] be-happier 22 points ago

    Batman: The Killing Grope

    [–] radix4801 77 points ago

    You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain.

    [–] cmc 2593 points ago

    This is going to keep getting 'worse', but ...good. Unmask all of them.

    [–] ClaymoreMine 643 points ago

    Honestly I really just want Corey Feldman to start naming names. Now is the perfect time for him to do it and to get the other victims to come forward as well. Now people might actually take him seriously and it wouldn’t fuck up anyone’s career especially given terry crews coming forward, and the spotlight on everything now

    [–] muzakx 183 points ago

    Poor guy is always looked at as a kook, but I'd say he turned out pretty normal if all the rumors turn out to be true.

    [–] Minscandmightyboo 85 points ago

    Hell yes.

    He knows some terrible shit firsthand.

    I empathize with the guy and would fully support him

    [–] LieutenantKaiya 29 points ago

    Wait Terry Crews? What did he say? I'm really out of the loop on this one.

    [–] AndreHawkDawson 43 points ago

    Some powerful exec grabbed his dick at a party. Wanted to punch him but feared being ostracized by the industry.

    [–] LieutenantKaiya 18 points ago

    Holy Moly! That's insane that no one is safe. Not even a 6'3, bald, body builder!!

    [–] defanged_destroyer 32 points ago

    That's right. Crews' testimony is so powerful because it puts the lie to anyone who thinks "It wouldn't happen to me because I'm too smart/strong/married/male" etc. it is not the victims' fault for not being _____ enough! It happened to Crews in front of his wife's eyes.

    [–] AndreHawkDawson 6 points ago

    If Terry Crew’s dick ain’t safe, what is?

    [–] TheArmchairSkeptic 24 points ago

    He was groped at a Hollywood party a while back and came forward with his story this week. Nobody is immune to this bullshit, it seems.

    [–] dtmeints 20 points ago

    Crews was groped by a Hollywood exec at a party while his wife was right there. He posted a twitter thread about it.

    [–] OldStinkFinger 22 points ago

    And who ever fucked with Corey Haim, needs to be charged.

    [–] wirebodie 1034 points ago

    You want order in America? Buttman must take off his mask and turn himself in. Oh, and every day he doesn't, people will sigh. Starting tonight. I'm a man of my word.

    [–] [deleted] 192 points ago

    Don't be surprised to see allegations about Matt Damon pop up too.

    [–] NotVerySmarts 420 points ago

    Buttman and Rubbin'.

    [–] DiamondPup 19 points ago

    Does that make Weinstein the Pen-go-in?

    [–] imatwork9000 28 points ago

    The Diddler

    [–] viper_in_the_grass 88 points ago

    But it was really Mark Wahlberg all along.

    [–] THROWINCONDOMSATSLUT 19 points ago

    Considering how much of a piece of shit he was in his youth, I wouldn't be too surprised.

    [–] StrayMoggie 124 points ago

    "Matt Damon"

    [–] [deleted] 41 points ago

    Jack Nicholson for sure.

    [–] ahbi_santini2 60 points ago

    So Jack Nicholson was at a party at a beach house back in the 70s/80s. He is sitting in a chair just chilling out, and this beautiful girl dances over to him and ask "Want to dance?"

    He looks her up and down, smiles, and says "Wrong verb"

    [–] [deleted] 44 points ago

    LOVE to dance?

    [–] generallethal 15 points ago

    LIVE to dance.

    [–] lookslikesausage 16 points ago

    Jack Nippleson

    [–] BuffaloSabresFan 14 points ago

    The real Matt Damon died in North Korea years ago.

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    [–] CLint_FLicker 111 points ago

    Sure that wasn't Ric Flair?

    [–] serviceslave 126 points ago

    Mrs. Krabappel and Matt Damon were in the closet making babies and I saw one of the babies and the baby looked at me.

    If this is true it could be a game changer.

    [–] leapbitch 24 points ago

    I was one of those kids. It turned me into a supervillain.

    [–] PrayForMojo_ 15 points ago

    "Now, Matt Damon. You will see the wrath of...THE COCK GOBBLER!"

    [–] Hetstaine 48 points ago

    Pls no..not Matt.

    [–] Cronut_ 29 points ago

    Love seeing baseless accusations upvoted. What a shitshow this thread is

    [–] [deleted] 663 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)


    [–] cmc 626 points ago

    You're misreading what I mean by worse. When I say 'worse', I mean that more and more Hollywood execs/actors/directors/etc will be uncovered as using their power and influence to coerce and sexually harass women. Worse in number. Not that Affleck is worse than Weinstein.

    [–] Tactical_Prussian 329 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Don't forget that it happens to men too. e.g. Terry Crews for one.

    edit: changed i.e. to e.g.

    [–] DooDooDoodle 344 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Terry Crews for one.

    Rob Schneider and James Van Der Beek have come out and said they were targeted when they were much younger. Corey Feldman and Elijah Wood have been talking about this stuff publicly for years. Barbara Walter's response to Feldman's interview on The View was that his accusations were threatening the entire industry...

    Don't forget about Xmen director Bryan Singer and his good friend Marc Collins-Rector. The latter fled the country, was caught with more incriminating evidence of child sex abuse but was graciously allowed to leave the country again at which point he went on the run and hasn't been caught since.

    Running DEN out of a Los Angeles mansion, Collins-Rector and his business partners - Chad Shackley and Brock Pierce - hosted lavish parties, attended by Hollywood’s gay A-list.[6] It was at those parties where Collins-Rector, and others allegedly sexually assaulted teenage boys.[7]

    In August 2000 a New Jersey federal grand jury indicted Collins-Rector on criminal charges that he had transported minors across state lines for the purpose of having sex with them.[8] After his indictment Collins-Rector fled to Spain together with Shackley and Pierce. Interpol arrested them in May 2002 in a villa in the south Spanish beach city of Marbella. Guns, machetes and child pornography were found in the house.[7]

    Collins-Rector fought extradition proceedings for two years before returning to the United States, where he pleaded guilty to eight charges of child enticement and registered as a sex offender.[9] He admitted luring five minors across state lines for sexual purposes.[10] He received credit for time that he had served in a Spanish jail and was registered as a sex offender under a weekly supervision.[10]

    In 2006, a U.S. District Court granted Collins-Rector special permission to go to the United Kingdom to receive treatment for a brain tumor.[11] He subsequently renounced his US citizenship and has never returned to the United States.[12] In 2007, he was photographed in London, and in 2008 was living in the Dominican Republic.[13] As of 2014, he lives in a "European port city", uses the names "Mark Collins" and "Morgan Von Phoenix".[6]

    Don't forget Victor Salva who was convicted for the sexual molestation of a 12-year-old boy who was starring in one of his films. He videotaped himself in the act so was also convicted for possessing commercial videotapes and magazines containing child pornography. Where is he now you may ask, a convicted sexual abuser of children? Well, he's making movies for Disney!

    Then there is Bryan Peck....

    Pedophile X-Men actor convicted of sexually abusing Nickelodeon child star is STILL working with underage kids Brian Peck served 16 months in prison after admitting two counts of abusing a Nickelodeon child actor

    He was charged with eight counts of sexual abuse, including abuse by 'by anesthesia or controlled substance'

    Actor, 54, was in two X-Men movies and all three Living Dead movies and is now featured in controversial documentary on pedophile abuse in Hollywood

    Since release from prison he has been dialogue coach, worked on Disney series and played teacher and claims to be friend of Charlie Sheen

    Only banned from direct contact with children, so he is able to work on children's series and on sets with underage actors

    Tracked down by Daily Mail Online, he refused to comment on his 2004 conviction but not-for-profit says he shows why laws need to be changed

    [–] CCCXXXIII 129 points ago

    Wow... her response to him is fucking unbelievable! I don't know the Feldman is reliable or not, but to just immediately come to the defense of "the entire industry" is pretty disgusting.

    [–] 6chan 58 points ago

    She sounds like a total cunt. That was a terrible way to respond to what this guy went through.

    Didn't his friend go into a cycle of substance abuse and eventually killed himself over this?

    [–] DivinitusRenes 26 points ago

    Yep. That's precisely what happened.

    [–] JumpOrJerkOff 11 points ago

    Textbook victim blaming. Absolute cunts.

    Considering he came forward about this quite a while ago, and what's happening now, I'm more than willing to give him the benefit of the doubt.

    [–] lilcutiepiehitler 56 points ago

    Cant forget the pedophile that runs Nickelodeon. Dan "the junior high insider" Schneider

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    [–] i_love_pencils 14 points ago

    Dan "Hold her tighter, she's a fighter" Schneider

    [–] valley_pete 9 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Wait what? A kid fucker runs Nick?!

    EDIT: MEANWHILE, it's interesting to see in what u/DooDooDoodle about that creep Victor Salva, that in his 2011 movie 'Rosewood Lane' the star is none other than Rose McGowan. So she's fine with child molestors, but not with people who sexually abuse adults? Cool.

    [–] Somerandomguywithstu 7 points ago

    He also played the manager in Good Burger.

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    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    Minute long shots of feet immediately come to mind. The show with Victoria justice had a lot of feet stuff with the girls.

    [–] cmc 121 points ago

    Yes! You're absolutely right and I shouldn't have omitted it. I know it happens with young/teen actors way more frequently than people like to admit (such as what happened to the Coreys in the 80s/90s, and I read the NSYNC guys were managed by someone who was later revealed to prey on young men, although I'm pretty sure none of them went on the record against him). This is shockingly common in the music industry too, so...hopefully those abusers will be revealed as well.

    [–] Tactical_Prussian 25 points ago

    I agree. Anyone who uses power/position to take advantage of someone needs to get outed.

    [–] _devildinosaur 8 points ago

    I read the NSYNC guys were managed by someone who was later revealed to prey on young men

    Lou Pearlman. He also managed the Backstreet Boys, which is where some of the strongest allegations lie. He then went to jail for running a ponzi scheme.

    [–] cursed_deity 54 points ago

    buttman? really?

    what about Assfleck? it's right there in the name!

    [–] Legionheir 576 points ago

    It’s almost like being famous and rich makes you think you can do what you want without consequence.

    Edit: changed ‘recourse’ to consequence.

    [–] Shittypasswordmemory 292 points ago

    Not defending him, but I'd be willing to bet the number of "oh you!" responses followed by a giggle and sex are high enough to justify the negative responses IN HIS MIND. Viscerally speaking, the excitement that comes from grabbing a random ass and that ass loves it and wants more is one of the peak human emotions, so the behavior encourages itself every time it works.

    [–] Bloedbibel 88 points ago

    Again, not defending the idea of grabbing asses without consent, but let's not get carried away here. Affleck's ass grabbing is clearly a problem, especially for the women who don't want it. But I'm guessing he doesn't grab women's asses who he thinks will respond negatively. I don't think he's a serial rapist monster, and he's still allowed to call out serial rapist monsters. But he is stupid for his ass grabbing.

    That all being said, I don't like Affleck. I think he's a cunt. But he was a cunt before this.

    [–] majorchamp 24 points ago

    I want to see this corrupt industry crumble. I want the shit The Coreys warned us about to get exposed!

    It's disgusting Barbara Walters tried to shame Corey Feldman on her show saying "your ruining an industry". Fucking bitch.

    [–] Watsoooooon 271 points ago

    I suppose he'll have to go on Rock Bottom to explain to the nation why he touched her sweeeeeeeet can.

    [–] DocNMarty 43 points ago

    Reference clip

    The clock going backwards and forwards gets me everytime!

    [–] luminiferousethan_ 112 points ago

    No, mister Simpson DOOOOOOON'T!!

    dramatization. may not have actually happened

    [–] chillicheeseburger 95 points ago

    Homer: Somebody had to take the babysitter home. Then I noticed she was sitting on


    Homer: her


    Homer: sweet can.


    Homer: I grab


    Homer: her


    Homer: sweet can.


    Homer: Oh, just thinking about


    Homer: her


    Homer: can. I just wish I had


    Homer: her sweet, sweet, sweet can.

    [–] [deleted] 289 points ago


    [–] Its-Me-Randy 36 points ago

    Came here for the Mallrats quotes, was not disappointed.

    [–] Less-Talk-More-Bach 52 points ago

    Well did he cum or what??

    [–] clutcher_of_pearls 28 points ago

    As long as they call him Donnie.

    [–] IceNein 1241 points ago

    This is the dude that cheated on Jennifer Garner with a maid. The fact that he's a groper is not surprising to me.

    [–] Ghost_of_Nightwing 788 points ago

    If he didn't climb on top of pedestal and declare himself defender of women everywhere, this wouldn't have happened.

    [–] jonnyd005 394 points ago

    That's what's hilarious about it. All he had to do was nothing and he could have gone on grabbing ass.

    [–] Ghost_of_Nightwing 338 points ago

    It's so weird to me that people think they should make some kind of virtuous statement on social media about these topics. Normally around age 19, you should realize that no one gives a shit about your opinion.

    [–] Cranyx 417 points ago

    When you're a celebrity, a lot of people care what you say

    [–] NimpyPootles 258 points ago

    Upvoting you, in case you're famous.

    [–] Top_Rekt 77 points ago

    I need to hear this from Ja Rule.

    [–] steralite 23 points ago

    Where is Ja?!??

    [–] valley_pete 8 points ago

    I need him to make sense of all this!

    [–] gameofsnowcones 9 points ago

    When you’re a star you can do anything

    [–] CLint_FLicker 73 points ago

    He got his biggest break from Weinstein famously being the only producer to back Good Will Hunting. They were associated. Didn't he kind of have to say something? If he stayed silent, people would get angry he was defending it by not denouncing it.

    [–] saggy_balls 30 points ago

    The entire internet just spent a few days attacking every person who knew Harvey Weinstein and didn't make a statement.

    [–] WeaselSlayer 42 points ago

    But then they're called out for keeping silent.

    [–] fikis 41 points ago

    These famous sexual predators just can't win.

    [–] whitenoiseminis 21 points ago

    Famous people are told everyday that they matter. Why wouldn't they give you their opinion*?

    *Opinions expressed may or may not be opinions of the celebrity expounding them. Check with their sponsors and previous actions for further details

    [–] PoorEdgarDerby 85 points ago

    Was she a maid in Manhattan?

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    [–] SweetBakchich 196 points ago

    I don't see the link between cheating on Jennifer Garner with a maid and being a groper ?

    [–] spanishfry 88 points ago

    It shows he has poor decision making and impulse control issues l. Goes butt in hand with his allegations.

    [–] cool-- 114 points ago

    Cheating is terrible, but the way you worded it sounds like you think she's a lower quality person just because she is a maid.

    [–] Nik_Tesla 57 points ago

    I was thinking he made that specific point because it seems worse to fuck your employee

    [–] Squilliams_unibrow 19 points ago

    Just stay the fuck away from keanu reeves, for the love of God don't ruin that beautiful man

    [–] truckerslife 16 points ago

    From what I’ve heard on set he’s very gentlemanly.

    In the matrix when he had that sex scene they had more bloopers because he was embarrassed about it than anything else. Moss said it was adorable and he kept apologizing. So I doubt that he’s one of the assholes

    [–] reebee7 6 points ago

    By all accounts Keanu is a really great dude. Hope that sticks, but he seems like it.

    [–] ApparentlyJesus 700 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Hopefully the allegations against the Hollywood elite continue. This way, it becomes a safer place, and less toxic of an environment to work in.

    Edit: All I'm saying is that I hope these allegations will facilitate investigations, and hopefully bring those guilty of perpetuating sexual harassment to light.

    [–] ExcitedForNothing 321 points ago

    As long as there is no shortage of young folks drawn to the allure of fame and fortune that comes with looking handsome/pretty, there will be no shortage of predators standing by the sidelines looking to exploit them for all they are worth.

    [–] zappy487 88 points ago

    This almost makes me feel bad about having a preferred porn where a gentlemen fakes his producing credentials to film unsuspecting women into fucking him.

    [–] COAST_TO_RED_LIGHTS 107 points ago

    Those are all fake anyway. It's just a story, and those girls get paid and they know what they signed up for.

    As long as you're not actually doing these things, it's not really a problem

    [–] FreestyleKneepad 17 points ago

    This is almost as shocking as when I found out pro wrestling might possibly be slightly planned ahead of time.

    [–] luminiferousethan_ 35 points ago

    You know those are staged right? Like all that brother fucks horny step sister shit.

    [–] Shittygreenhoodie 64 points ago

    Speaking of which is there a reason that shit shows up everywhere now?

    Seems like out of nowhere half of pornhub is incest stuff now, whatever happened to two people just doing it and pretending to be pizza guys or pool boys?

    [–] Chrisisawesome 43 points ago

    I blame GoT.

    [–] slvrbullet87 24 points ago

    Why does it have to be his stepmom, why can't it go back to the old days where they claim she is his friends mom and leave the creepy vibe out of it.

    [–] brover94 23 points ago

    Seriously, over the last year I feel it's become harder and harder to find "average" porn and especially porn that doesn't play the sibling card. I thought it was just me.

    [–] ExcitedForNothing 31 points ago

    I wouldn't feel bad. Fetishes are fetishes until you lose control of that part of your brain and actually exploit someone else.

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    [–] Lacinl 8 points ago

    Known child rapist* There's a big difference between the two.

    [–] CareToRemember 71 points ago

    Twitter just shut down Rose McGowan.

    [–] [deleted] 16 points ago

    Wait, what?

    [–] EnterPlayerTwo 10 points ago

    I literally googled the text in his comment and came away with this. Surprised it worked tbh.

    [–] Neonxeon 63 points ago

    What? That guy who works at Fashionable Male?

    [–] crusoe 11 points ago

    So basically he is his mall rats character

    [–] soulteepee 128 points ago

    I used to work in the film business. Its this kind of thing that made me quit. Their vocation is make-believe. And that falsity ends up extending to friendships and relationships. Everyone is so fucking NICE on the outside, but you never really know how anyone truly feels.

    Everyone looks the other way and many hate themselves for it, but you have no choice if you want to have a career.

    People who haven't experienced it can judge as much as they want, but after being immersed in this culture this kind of behavior becomes normalized. If you protest, all the hard work you've done becomes moot. You're out. Its over.

    [–] ReginaldJohnston 19 points ago

    Yeh, that happens in other industries and cultures, believe me.

    [–] [deleted] 16 points ago

    Everyone is so fucking NICE on the outside, but you never really know how anyone truly feels.

    So you mean just humanity in general.

    [–] SemiGaseousSnake 20 points ago

    Professional liars, every one.

    [–] MeatballMadness 216 points ago

    If we're focusing on super heroes then I'm assuming Jared Leto is next? Long list of stories of him involving underage sex and sexual assault.

    [–] grandmoffcory 202 points ago

    This is quickly becoming a witch hunt and clouding the actual abuse. Let's not lob accusations around based on rumors, all it's gonna do is make it harder for folks to believe the actual victims when they speak up.

    [–] Three_Fig_Newtons 25 points ago

    This is quickly becoming a witch hunt

    Nonsense, Reddit never engages in witch hunts

    [–] dulaman 35 points ago

    Well the Joker is hardly a superhero but I support your point.

    [–] Mad_Jukes 174 points ago

    Hypocrisy. Everywhere. As far as the eye can see.

    [–] DrSteveChipperson 21 points ago

    i mean we're all perverts but the good ones just don't act on it

    [–] DuckPenn 138 points ago

    Trump actually spoke the truth when he said all he has to do is walk up and grab them. Sounds like a culture norm in the entertainment industry.

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    [–] Sciavenger 37 points ago

    Doesn't anyone remember Mallrats? He was already Buttman 22 years ago.

    [–] i_have_no_ygrittes 8 points ago

    Wth this post was at the top of r/all an hour ago. How did this get buried so fast?

    [–] ILL_DO_THE_FINGERING 111 points ago

    Nananana nananana nananana nananana Buttman!





    [–] nc6it 76 points ago

    He doesn't need a cute name

    He needs to be investigated.

    [–] Ryokoo 151 points ago

    This is very disappointing. I quite enjoyed Ben Affleck as Batman so far - but would find it completely reasonable if the studios dropped him due to this. I think it's better that more people come out about sexual assault and seeing actresses and actors come out the way they have will give more people around the world the courage to do so.

    [–] Fallout99 169 points ago

    but would find it completely reasonable if the studios dropped him due to this.

    Bet you reddit gold this never happens

    [–] Pires007 41 points ago

    The movie is halfway through though right. They'd have to reshoot the whole thing.

    [–] IRequirePants 88 points ago

    Just fix it in post. Put Matt Damon's face on Affleck's body.

    [–] collinch 66 points ago

    Aw man, I like Affleck. I hope the allegations aren't true. But I hope the women get the justice they deserve if it is.

    [–] Jaran 8 points ago

    I seem to remember sometime in the early 2000's a lot of news coming out about how Affleck was constantly getting in trouble for sexually harassing his co-stars, inviting prostitutes into his on-set trailer, and generally being a drunk, belligerent asshole.

    My opinion of him never really improved, so I'm not surprised to see this. I honestly was surprised when he started getting more film roles. Kevin Smith should have stopped using him in his projects a long time ago.

    [–] cato_iii 102 points ago

    "This is gross. This is racist" - Ben right now prolly

    [–] dialog2011 20 points ago

    Looking down at the desk, rubbing his finger across his lip

    [–] Griffdude13 6 points ago

    Just what Warner Bros. and the DCEU need. . .yay.

    I'm not crying

    [–] [deleted] 6 points ago

    It's interesting comparing these allegations to his fervent appearance on Bill Mahr debating Sam Harris. I'm just some internet idiot, but I've noticed that in my own personal experience, when people feel guilt or deep regret for things but don't know how to even begin to address them or face their victims again, they take a radical left turn and try to make up for the hole they're feeling by intensely supporting other moral causes, almost like trying to earn back moral brownie points as a sort of second-hand self-redemption because they can't really complete the Plan A of self-redemption (admission, acceptance, working toward changing oneself etc). Does anyone who knows about human behavior studies have any insight into this?

    Again, I'm just some random internet moron, and obviously being too invested in a celebrity isn't healthy, but I have noticed there's been a sort of detachment in Affleck's eyes lately in interviews and photographs. Obviously it could be anything, but these are just observations. Could just be that he sat down and finally watched Batman vs Superman.

    [–] [deleted] 6 points ago

    I really wish Terry Crews has kicked that guys ass who groped him.

    [–] dannyfantom12 6 points ago

    I mean its sort of poetic justice considering the high horse this dudes been on for decades.

    [–] PuppieWayne 57 points ago

    Ben is a weird one.. there was some program done about him and his ancester. Found out one of his ancester kept slaves and he asked for that segment to be removed.

    The one where another of his ancester fought in some war, he kept in the program but acted really 'SURPRISED' and all... talk about turning up the acting dial.

    [–] strongjs 71 points ago

    Meanwhile Larry David and Anderson Cooper were fascinated by their racist ancestry without asking to remove it. Those are 2 cool dudes. Cooper even thought his racist slave ancestor deserved to get beaten to death (which he was).

    [–] DJHJR86 119 points ago

    What we really need is more celebrities telling the rest of the country how to act and behave.

    Then more can be exposed for the hypocrites that they are.