Entertainment Tim Allen says fan support over 'Roseanne' controversy 'truly appreciated'

04:15  14 january  2018
04:15  14 january  2018 Source:   Wonderwall

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Amid controversy that Roseanne Barr‘s character in ABC’s “ Roseanne ” reboot will be a President Trump supporter , fans of Tim Allen ’s canceled “The support from all the fans to bring back ‘Last Man Standing’ is truly overwhelming to me and so appreciated ,” Allen told Page Six in a statement.

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FILE - In this Feb. 22, 2015 file photo, Tim Allen, star of the ABC comedy series, © The Associated Press  

The news that Rosanne Barr's character on ABC's reboot of "Roseanne" will be a President Trump loving American, has fans of Tim Allen's canceled "Last Man Standing," lighting up the Twitter-sphere, calling out the network to bring back his, as well.

"@ABCNetwork you get rid of last man standing because of its political views, yet Roseanne is pro Trump and you are gonna let her share her views. Someone is a little hypocritical and pro trump at ABC. #lastmanstanding @ofctimallen," one fan tweeted out.

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  New Mexico gun shop's MLK Day ad stirs controversy An advertisement promoting a sale at a local gun shop on Martin Luther King Jr. Day is stirring up controversy. The ad for the Los Ranchos Gun Shop includes the image of a statue of King, along with text that promotes 10 percent off all accessories with the purchase of a gun. Civil rights organizers in Albuquerque questioned the appropriateness of the ad’s timing. “We do regret that it happened on the day when nonviolence is protected,” said Pamelya Herndon, vice chair of the NAACP’s Albuquerque branch. Others said they do not believe the ad is in line with King’s beliefs. “I don't think that Dr. Martin Luther King would have advocated for guns in any way, because he was strictly nonviolent.,” said Cecilia Webb, president of the National Council of Negro Women in Albuquerque. The owner of the Los Ranchos Gun Shop, Mark Abramson, said he was shocked by the backlash. He said he thought the ad was no different than any other retailer promoting its holiday sale. “People have the time off and the opportunity to get into our shop and see exactly what they could be buying,” said Abramson. Some critics think the ad is especially insensitive because the civil rights leader was shot dead. Abramson said the holiday is not about King’s assassination, but a celebration of his achievements. Amid the controversy, Abramson is issuing an apology. “I'm sorry anyone was offended by it, but there was certainly no intention to do that,” said Abramson.

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Another added: "Would love to see the show give Tim Allen or his #LastManStanding character a guest shot. I'm sure Roseanne's family would shop at Outdoor Man."

Many fans seem to feel that a major catalyst behind the cancellation of Allen's show was that it featured conservative values, however, ABC maintains that the highly rated series was not canceled over its politics.

"The support from all the fans to bring back 'Last Man Standing' is truly overwhelming to me and so appreciated," Allen said in a statement to Page Six. "I, along with the talented writers, wonderful crew and terrific actors, would definitely entertain the idea of bringing the show back as there is so much gas left in the tank, more to be said and laughs to be had.

Roseanne thinks she'd make a better president than Oprah

  Roseanne thinks she'd make a better president than Oprah Roseanne Barr for Commander-in-Chief? In her first major press conference for the Roseanne reunion, Roseanne Barr told reporters Monday that she’d make a better president than Oprah Winfrey and defended her support for President Donald Trump by saying, “I think it was time for us as a country to shake things up and try something different.” “I do love Oprah. Of course I love Oprah like everybody else,” she said, when asked about Winfrey’s speech at the Golden Globes. That’s when she declared her superiority to the former Queen of daytime. “Actually,” she added, “I think I would be a better president than Oprah or Susan Sarandon, possibly even President Trump.” She also explained why it was important to make her alter-ego a Trump supporter — something viewers will learn when Roseanne premieres on March 27 on ABC. Though Barr has made it clear on her personal Twitter feed that she supports the President, Barr said she felt like it was authentic if Roseanne and her husband Dan did, too. “I said it, and I’ll say again, my show has always been … I’ve always attempted to portray a realistic portrait of the American people and of working class people,” Barr told reporters Monday in Pasadena. “And in fact, it was working class people who elected Trump, so I felt like that was very real and something that needed to be discussed especially about polarization in the family and actually hating people for the way they voted, which I feel like is not American.

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"I know fans would love nothing more than for us to take the cover off, fire up the engine, back this car out of the garage and get it back on the highway, full-throttle," Allen continued, who is not shy about his conservative values. "My sentiment sits in the front seat beside you."

Even more, when ABC ended the show back in May, Allen posted on Twitter that he was "stunned and blindsided."

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It’s been 25 years since Woody Allen was first accused of molesting his daughter Dylan Farrow — an allegation the director has always denied. Now in the wake of the Time’s Up and #MeToo movements, the controversy has ignited yet again. The allegation first emerged in 1993 during the ugly custody battle between Allen and Mia Farrow, Dylan’s adoptive parents. On Thursday, Dylan, 32, spoke out publicly on television for the first time, and Allen, 82, released a statement saying he “never molested my daughter – as all investigations concluded a quarter of a century ago.” In recent weeks, many actors who have worked with Allen have distanced themselves from the director. Here’s a rundown of everything that led to this moment for Dylan and Allen. Mia Farrow Makes the First Claims In 1993 testimony against Allen as a part of their bitter custody battle, Mia Farrow claimed the Annie Hall director was obsessed with Dylan. She claimed that in 1992 Dylan had told her that Allen had touched her in a sexual manner and that he “acted inappropriately toward Dylan.” Farrow also told the court that Allen “was constantly wrapping himself around her, constantly hovering over her.” Allen repeatedly denied the allegation at the time and has said since that Mia concocted the story and coached Dylan to tell it in an effort to win custody of Moses, Dylan and Ronan, then 14, 7 and 5, respectively.

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