Entertainment Bryan Cranston says Spacey and Weinstein could get a second chance

00:57  15 november  2017
00:57  15 november  2017 Source:   Entertainment Weekly

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Bryan Cranston says that Hollywood figures accused of sexual misconduct — specifically Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey — could be given a second chance . In a new BBC interview (see the video) the

Bryan Cranston Says Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein Can Maybe Get a Second Chance . It would take “tremendous contrition,” Cranston says , when asked if the two men can make it back, but if they put the work in, maybe they can make it happen.

Bryan Cranston wearing a suit and tie © Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Vittorio/Getty Images

Bryan Cranston says that Hollywood figures accused of sexual misconduct — specifically Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey — could be given a second chance.

“It would take time, it would take a society to forgive them, and it would take tremendous contrition on their part,” Cranston says. “And a knowingness that they have a deeply rooted psychological and emotional problem and it takes years to mend that. If they were to show us that they put the work in and were truly sorry and making amends and not defending their actions but asking for forgiveness then maybe down the road there is room for that. Maybe so. Then it would be up to us to determine, case by case, whether or not this person deserves a second chance. And I think in the face of it, we should let that open. We shouldn’t close it off and say, ‘To hell with him, rot, and go away from us for the rest of your life.’ Let’s not do that. Let’s be bigger than that. Let’s leave it open for the few who can make it through that gauntlet of trouble and who have reclaimed their life and their dignity and their respect for others. Maybe it’s possible.”

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Bryan Cranston expressed some controversial thoughts during a recent interview with BBC in which he said the possibility of Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein making a comeback following Then it would be up to us to determine, case by case, whether or not this person deserves a second chance .”

Good actor but Bryan Cranston seems like a shithead lately. Cocolina Member. #43. They're not looking for second chances . Like the Trump comments I get what he's trying to say , but his commentary just isn't needed lmao. Weinstein is one story, but Spacey needs to be seriously punished.

Recently, Cranston made headlines by having a more condemning take on sexual harassment in Hollywood, when he declared Spacey’s career “is over … he’s not a very good person.”

The actor (who currently stars in Richard Linklater’s Last Flag Flying) also made waves last month with another opinion, slamming those rooting for Donald Trump to not be successful as president (while also noting he didn’t vote for him).

“It would be egotistical for anyone to say, ‘I hope he fails.’ To that person, I would say, ‘F— you. Why would you want that? So you can be right?'”

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Here's what Charlie Rose said about sexual harassment before he was fired for it .
The host of "CBS This Morning" has been fired by the network following allegations of sexual misconduct. That's what Charlie Rose asked New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor on October 20, in a "CBS This Morning" segment about the Harvey Weinstein scandal. Now, Rose himself is out as a morning host after facing sexual harassment allegations of his own.

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