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Harvey Weinstein's Male Collaborators Get Called Out For Remaining Silent — So Ben Affleck & Lin-Manuel Miranda Finally Speak Up!

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Hollywood heavyweights are coming out of the woodwork against Harvey Weinstein after the news of numerous allegations of sexual harassment and assault.

From Meryl Streep to Kate Winslet, many have spoken out against the infamous producer.

But not everyone.

Related: Harvey Now Accused Of Raping Three Women

The Guardian released a list of Weinstein collaborators they attempted to contact, from whom they could not get a response, including Bradley Cooper, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon and Russell Crowe — who allegedly helped stop the last exposé, Leonardo DiCaprio, long-time collaborator Quentin Tarantino, Michael Moore — who is currently working with Harvey on a documentary about Donald Trump, and several others.

George Clooney, who was on their list, has since spoken out.

Now Lin-Manuel Miranda, who has been working with The Weinstein Company on a film version of In the Heights, has tweeted in response to being called out, writing:

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Sharon Tate's Sister Clarifies Comments About Jennifer Lawrence Not Being Pretty Enough To Play The Murdered Actress

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For the record, Debra Tate DOES think Jennifer Lawrence is pretty…

Just not Sharon Tate pretty!

The late model's sister was blasted on social media after deeming Lawrence not attractive enough to play Sharon in Quentin Tarantino's upcoming movie about the Charles Manson murders. Deborah tried to do some damage control with J.Law fans in a new video on TMZ, but still made it clear she doesn't think the Hunger Games star is the best fit to play her sis.

Photos: From Drugs To Murder — Hollywood's Darkest Moments

While Margot Robbie — who is heavily speculated to be playing Sharon — was her first pick to play her sister, Debra says there might be another actress out there who would make an even better choice.

Since Debra controls the rights to Sharon's likeness, she certainly has a right to discuss her sister's portrayal. Still, there's a difference between being picky and just plain difficult.

Maybe the director should just return this woman's phone calls already?

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Uhh, Sharon Tate's Sister Doesn't Think Jennifer Lawrence Is 'Pretty Enough To Play Sharon'

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The controversy is just starting surrounding Quentin Tarantino's upcoming movie about the Charles Manson family murders.

It was rumored Jennifer Lawrence would be starring, though no official word has come in on whether she would snag the role of Sharon Tate… or her killer Susan Atkins (it's heavily speculated to be Atkins as Margot Robbie is currently the best bet for Tate).

Related: Avan Jogia Is Already Being Considered For Aladdin

Regardless, the late model's sister, Debra, spoke to TMZ about it, saying:

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The Manson Family Murders Are Just One Of Hollywood's Darkest Moments

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The news that Quentin Tarantino is doing his own take on the Manson Family murders has renewed interest in the crime spree that shocked the nation.

If you're not sure why it remains one of the bloodiest stains on the streets of Tinseltown, here's the short version:

Not only was movie star Sharon Tate (seen above in her husband Roman Polanski's film The Fearless Vampire Killers) murdered, she was done so in brutal fashion — while eight-and-a-half months pregnant. Four other people were murdered that night after Charles Manson's followers broke into the couple's Los Angeles mansion.

And one of the most disturbing parts? The motive for the crime has never been confirmed as Manson didn't even know Polanski, Tate, or their friends. Police even theorize he meant to kill the home's previous tenant, a record producer who had snubbed him.

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Jennifer Lawrence! Brad Pitt! Margot Robbie! Quentin Tarantino's Next Movie Is Going To Be A Star-Studded Descent Into Hollywood's Darkest Story…

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This movie sounds AMAZING!

Word of a new Quentin Tarantino script is always hot news in Hollywood, but this one is particularly juicy — because it's all about one of the town's darkest moments.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, QT's ninth film will be a retelling of the Manson Family murders, in which followers of Charles Manson brutally killed five people, including director Roman Polanski's wife, actress Sharon Tate, who was eight months pregnant at the time.

Photos: From Drugs To Murder — Hollywood's Darkest Moments

THR reports Tarantino has already met with his Inglourious Basterds star Brad Pitt and Jennifer Lawrence, who sources say is not looking at the Tate role — maybe her killer, Susan Atkins?

Meanwhile Deadline has gotten the scoop that Pitt may play a detective investigating the crime, and Margot Robbie has already met with the director for Tate! With the reported addition of Samuel L. Jackson (we mean, did you really doubt it??), this is shaping up to be one hell of a cast.

Obviously none of this is confirmed, and QT could always change his mind. But we hope not…

Are YOU interested in seeing Tarantino's take on the Tate murders?

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