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FBF: Diane Keaton's 1978 Oscars Acceptance Speech

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40 years ago, Diane Keaton won Best Actress at the 1978 Oscars for her performance in Annie Hall.

Like most actors do, she thanked her director, Woody Allen, with glee. And that enthusiasm for him remains today…

As you're probably aware, in 1992, his adoptive daughter, a then-seven-year-old Dylan Farrow, accused him of sexually assaulting her. He has repeatedly denied the allegations. While many actors have spoken out about their regrets on working with him amid the #MeToo movement, the legendary actress has defended fellow Oscar winner Allen against the claims.

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Alec Baldwin Justifies His Defense Of Accused Predators Woody Allen & James Toback: 'It's A Normal Inclination'

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Bros before Dylan Farrow.

While half of Hollywood distanced themselves from Woody Allen after those messy molestation accusations caught a second wind under the #MeToo movement, Alec Baldwin has stuck by the filmmaker's side.

The Donald Trump impersonator also, more controversially, rallied behind James Toback following the flood of harassment allegations that came out against him in recent months.

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So, why is the 30 Rock star seemingly the only person in showbizness still clinging to these alleged abusers? Because they're his pals!

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, the 59-year-old explained:

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Yes, Natalie Portman Regrets Signing The Petition To Release Alleged Rapist Roman Polanski

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Everyone has regrets.

For Natalie Portman, it was signing a petition to release Roman Polanski from Swiss custody in 2009 after he was arrested for an old warrant connected to the rape of a 13-year-old girl.

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In a new interview with Buzzfeed, the Annihilation star admits she made a mistake by "not thinking about it enough" and simply signing her name because someone she respected asked her to.

She explained to the outlet:

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Rose McGowan Says She Was Molested By Another 'Very Famous' Hollywood Predator When She Was 15

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Rose McGowan continues to speak her truth.

Sitting down for a 90-minute interview with Ronan Farrow in front of a packed audience at New York City's 92Y, the Charmed actress revealed she had been assaulted by a "prominent" man in Hollywood long before Harvey Weinstein allegedly raped her in his hotel room.

The 44-year-old actress said that she was just 15 when the "very famous" man took advantage of her before leaving her on a street corner.

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She explained to Woody Allen's son:

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'How Many Women Does It Take?' Rose McGowan Calls For Charges To Be Pressed Against Accused Serial Sexual Assaulter Harvey Weinstein

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Rose McGowan wouldn't be surprised if Harvey Weinstein had upwards of 2,000 victims.

With that said — she, like many others, are wondering how many courageous women must come forward before the disgraced movie producer actually faces criminal charges.

In a new interview with Good Morning America on Tuesday, the 44-year-old actress asserts "everybody knew" in Hollywood about Weinstein's terrible behavior.

McGowan — who says Weinstein raped her at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival — shares:

"Everybody knew. I know that. I was there. People kind of think like I don't know these people, that I'm on the outside, like they are, looking in."

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After the incident, McGowan reached a $100,000 settlement in exchange for her silence. However, she reveals she initially tried to use the settlement money to purchase a billboard:

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