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Selena Gomez's 'Significant Donation' To Time's Up Far Exceeds Her Salary From Woody Allen Film

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Selena Gomez is putting her money where her mouth is.

After facing criticism for starring in Woody Allen's film A Rainy Day in New York, on Tuesday, a source told People the Wolves singer "made a significant donation anonymously" to the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund that "far exceeded her salary for the film."

Related: Mira Sorvino Vows To NEVER Work With Woody Again

Costars Rebecca Hall and Timothée Chalamet have respectively given all or part of their pay to the aforementioned charity.

On the day the defense fund was announced, the Coach muse showed her support with the following post on Instagram:

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Selena Gomez’s Mom Told Her Not To Work With Woody Allen: 'It Didn’t Click'

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This mother-daughter relationship is definitely NOT in the best place.

Following her disappointment of Selena Gomez's reunion with Justin Bieber, Mandy Teefey is speaking out about more of her daughter's latest choices.

Related: Rebecca Hall Donates Entire Woody Allen Movie Paycheck To Time's Up!

On Monday evening, a fan asked the singer's estranged mother if Selena is planning on apologizing for working on a movie — romcom, A Rainy Day in New York with accused sexual abuser Woody Allen.

The Instagram exchange went like this:

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Take Note, Timothée! Rebecca Hall Donates Her ENTIRE Woody Allen Movie Salary To #TimesUp!

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Timothee Chalamet should pay close attention to this statement.

After all, he stumbled quite a bit when responding to a question about acting in a Woody Allen movie. But his costar Rebecca Hall just made a perfect statement — by putting her money where her mouth is!

In an Instagram post on Friday, she explained she initially easily said yes to acting in the upcoming A Rainy Day In New York because Woody had given her one of her first "significant roles" starring opposite Penelope Cruz and Scarlett Johansson in 2008's Vicky Cristina Barcelona.

Related: Mira Sorvino Vowed To NEVER Work With Woody Again

But after "reading and re-reading Dylan Farrow's statements" she regretted her decision — and decided to give her entire salary to the Time's Up initiative!

Read her thoughtful, apologetic statement (below)!

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Timothée Chalamet Stammers To Answer Question About Working With Woody Allen After Supporting #TimesUp At The Golden Globes

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Come on, Timothée Chalamet — we were rooting for you!

In a new interview with Christiane Amanpour on CNN, the Call Me By Your Name star dodged a question about Woody Allen by saying it'll only "anger people." Hm.

As you probably know, the 22-year-old actor has gotten a lot of backlash for working with the alleged sexual abuser on his upcoming movie Rainy Day In New York, alongside Elle Fanning, Jude Law, and Selena Gomez.

Video: Timothée Once Got In Bed With Armie Hammer & His Wife!

In the clip, Amanpour asks:

"Do you have any qualms about working with Woody Allen? Your next film has him as the director and as you know he's been accused by his daughter [Dylan Farrow] of sexual abuse. He's never been charged, he hasn't been arrested, none of that. But I wonder if you think about it and whether you ask how has he escaped the #MeToo revolution."

The Interstellar star responded by not responding, saying:

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