Cordelia Foxx (vehiclesshockme) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,
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Adrien Brody defends Woody Allen, Roman Polanski and Bill Cosby in new interview

Yesterday during an interview on Jenny McCarthy's SiriusXM talk show, Adrien Brody shared his opinion on the recent media coverage of Woody Allen following an open letter by Ronan Farrow. Brody, who has previously worked with Allen and also won an Oscar for the Roman Polanski film The Pianist, when asked about the controversy regarding allegations of child molestation for Allen and an actual conviction for Polanski, responded by saying, "Life is very complicated."

He went on to say that when he looks to collaborate with people he doesn't want them to judge him so he wouldn't do the same. "It's an artistic pursuit, and Polanski, for instance, had a very complicated and difficult life," he continued. "It would be unfair of me to delve into something as complicated as the past that was brought up in the media."

After continuing by saying that sometimes people make mistakes he was asked about his opinion on Bill Cosby and all the women that came forward, and surprise, his response was also not great.

"I don't even read about these things, to be honest," he explained. "I choose not to indulge this kind of fodder."

He ended the segment with essentially saying that some people have war in their countries.

"Of course it's horrible what comes out sometimes, and people have done things in their lives that may be inexcusable, but it's not something to focus on."

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Defending all three. Are you serious? Honestly this just makes me think that Adrien has raped someone.
Tags: adrien brody, bill cosby, fail, interview, not today satan, roman polanski, woody allen
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