Robert Rodriguez, Harvey Weinstein, Quentin Tarantino, and Bob Weinstein at the premiere of Grindhouse in 2007.
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Now that the “open secret” of Harvey Weinstein’s sex misconduct is just out in the open, and no longer a secret, everyone’s got something to say about it.

And with good reason. Those who didn’t know( or allegation not to have known) are eager to distance themselves; those who were pressured or frightened into silence finally seem free to speak up; and many, many people are eager to discuss the systematic discrimination that enabled Weinstein for decades.

In some lawsuits, victims of other predators were inspired to share their own tales. In others, people with their own histories of assault or harassment found that their comments opened them up to wider scrutiny. Some delivered thoughtful essays or monologues, while others summed up their reckons in a tweet.

Below is a lengthy but inevitably incomplete list of celebrities who’ve commented on Weinstein since the initial New York Times bombshell.

( Note: If you’re looking for statements by Weinstein’s victims, “youre seeing” the exhaustive and continually updated list here .)

J.J. Abrams

Ben Affleck

Affleck’s comments came under scrutiny because of his own history of sexual harassment, as well as his brother’s. He has apologized to Hilarie Burton, a former Total Request Live VJ whom he had groped on camera.

Woody Allen

Allen, who is accused of sexually assaulting Dylan Farrow when she was seven years old, said he was “sad for Harvey” and worried that the allegations would lead to “a witch hunt atmosphere.” After public backlash, Allen added, “When I said I felt sad for Harvey Weinstein I thought it was clear the meaning was because he is a sad, sick man.”

Judd Apatow

Patricia Arquette

Arquette, whose sister Rosanna was harassed by Weinstein, has since described a “weird” encounter she had with director Oliver Stone, who has himself been accused of assault.

Samantha Bee

Mayim Bialik

Bialik received some backlash for an op-ed in which she credited her modest dress and her un-flirtatious demeanor as the reason she has had “almost no personal experience with humankinds asking me to fulfills in their hotel rooms.”

Joe Biden

Cate Blanchett

Jeff Bridges

Jessica Chastain

Hillary Clinton

Clinton has pledged to give to charity the money that Weinstein had donated to her political campaigns.

George Clooney

In a lengthy phone interview, Clooney said that although he had known of Weinstein’s reputation as someone who “had a tendency to hit on young, beautiful wives, ” he “I had no notion that it had gone to the level of having to pay off eight women for their silence, and that these women were threatened and victimized.”

Glenn Close

Ryan Coogler

Terry Crews

Crews was inspired to share a personal account of being fondled by an unnamed “high level Hollywood executive” during a project function.

Benedict Cumberbatch

Matt Damon

Damon denied a report that he’d intervened to help kill a tale about Weinstein in 2004. “As the father of four daughters, this is the kind of sex predation that keeps me up at night, ” he added in an interview that prompted people to point out that you don’t have to have daughters to be disturbed by sexual assault.

Viola Davis

Judi Dench

Leonardo DiCaprio

Lena Dunham

Mia Farrow

Farrow is( among many, many other things) the mother of Ronan Farrow, who wrote The New Yorker ‘s story on Weinstein.

Paul Feig

Colin Firth

Ryan Gosling

Tom Hanks

Hanks blasted Weinstein’s bizarre forgive for his behaviour. “You can’t buy,’ Oh, well, I grew up in the ’6 0s and ’7 0s and so therefore…’, ” he said. “I did, too.

Judge Judy

Mindy Kaling

Donna Karan

The fashion designer defended Weinstein, wondering if girls were “asking for it by presenting all the sensuality and all the sexuality.” She subsequently apologized and claimed that her statements were “taken out of context.”

Nicole Kidman

Jimmy Kimmel

Brie Larson

Jennifer Lawrence

Blake Lively

Lively shared a story about a makeup artist who harassed her on determined for months and even filmed her as she slept. Her repeated objections to the producers fell on deaf ears until she hired a lawyer.

Lindsay Lohan

Lohan protected Weinstein on Instagram. “I feel very bad for Harvey Weinstein right now. I don’t think it’s right what’s going on, ” she said, adding, “He’s never harmed me or done anything wrong to me.”

Seth MacFarlane

While hosting the Oscars in 2013, MacFarlane, who is friends with Weinstein victim Jessica Barth, made a joke about Weinstein that he has said “came from a place of disgust and anger.”

Ewan McGregor

Seth Meyers

Lin-Manuel Miranda

Miranda had an adaptation of his Broadway hit In the Heights set up at The Weinstein Company. Now he and co-creator Quiara Hudes are asking the studio to relinquish the rights.

Gretchen Mol

In an essay, Mol explosion Weinstein’s “navigate his incredibly entitled, bullying, revolting and inexcusable behavior” and addressed rumors about her own history with him. “The truth is that I have never been alone in a chamber with Harvey Weinstein, ” she wrote.

Julianne Moore

Michael Moore

Chloe Moretz

Olivia Munn

Kumail Nanjiani

Barack Obama

Obama, whose daughter Malia had interned for The Weinstein Company, issued a strong statement against Weinstein, saying, “Any man who demeans and degrades women in such way needs to be condemned and share responsibility, irrespective of wealth or status.”

John Oliver

Jordan Peele

Sarah Polley

Julia Roberts

Robert Rodriguez

Deductive reasoning indicates Rodriguez is the “ex” that Rose McGowan has said “sold our movie [< em> Grindhouse ] to my rapist[ Weinstein] for distribution.”

Seth Rogen

Mark Ruffalo

Paul Schrader

On Facebook, the filmmaker said he was more offended by Weinstein’s editing than his sexual misconduct. He eventually deleted the post and said he’d been “misinterpreted.”

Christian Slater

Kevin Smith

Octavia Spencer

Oliver Stone

Stone initially came to Weinstein’s defense, before backtracking a few hours later and dropping out of the Weinstein Company television project Guantanamo . Carrie Stevens, a former Playboy model, alleged that Stone fondled her at “states parties ” in the early 1990 s.

Meryl Streep

Quentin Tarantino

Amber Tamblyn

Tamblyn recently called out actor James Woods for reaching on her when she was a teenager.

Emma Thompson

Earlier this year, Thompson said she’d threatened to quit Brideshead Revisited when a producer told her female co-star to lose weight. After the Weinstein scandal transgressed, an anonymous source revealed that Weinstein had been the producer in question.

James Van Der Beek

Van Der Beek discussed his experience with sexual harassment in service industries, tweeting, “I’ve had my ass grabbed by older, powerful humankinds, I’ve had them corner me in inappropriate sex dialogues when I was much younger…”

Emma Watson

Olivia Wilde

Kate Winslet

Evan Rachel Wood

Constance Wu

Catherine Zeta-Jones

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