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Dakota Johnson Hates The Term ‘Cancel Crop’
The ‘Lost Daughter’ admits she is disappointed with how her former co-stars Armie Hammer, Shia LaBeouf and Johnny Depp have lost or have had their reputations damaged after allegations of abuse against them.
The 32-year-old star told The Hollywood Reporter, “The cancellation culture is so depressing ******. I hate that term.
The ‘Fifty Shades’ actress said she has never had negative experiences with the three men – who between them face allegations of domestic, sexual and emotional violence – and that she is felt “sad” for them and for those they “hurt or hurt”.
Dakota said, “I have never experienced this firsthand from any of these people. I have spent an incredible amount of time working with them; I am sad for the loss of great artists. I feel sad for the people who need help and maybe didn’t get it on time. I feel sad for anyone who has been hurt or hurt. It’s just really sad. I believe people can change. I want to believe in the power of a human being to change and grow, to get help and to help others.
The third-generation Hollywood starlet – whose parents are movie stars Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson – said the industry was undergoing “major overcorrection,” but expressed optimism that the fairness might be balanced.
She said: “I think there is definitely a major overcorrection happening. But I believe there is a way for the pendulum to find the middle.
Dakota believes that a cultural “refresh” is needed in the big studios to accelerate change in Hollywood.
The ‘Black Mass’ actress said: “The way the studios have been run so far, and even now, is behind. It’s such an archaic mentality of what movies should be made, who should be there. figure, how much people should be paid, what equality and diversity looks like Sometimes the old school has to be moved for the new school to come in.