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Entertainment Seth MacFarlane Clarifies His 2013 Harvey Weinstein Joke: It 'Came From a Place of Loathing'

17:04  12 october  2017
17:04  12 october  2017 Source:   moviefone.com

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The jab in question came right after MacFarlane announced the nominees for best supporting actress. He congratulated them, and then quipped, "You five ladies no longer have to pretend to be attracted to Harvey Weinstein." With the former film exec now facing numerous allegations of sexual misconduct that go back decades, MacFarlane felt the need to clarify his comment in a tweet on Wednesday.

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Seth MacFarlane explains his joke about Harvey Weinstein which has taken on a new life and a new meaning. — Seth MacFarlane (@ SethMacFarlane ) October 11, 2017. That joke , along with a line from a 2012 episode of Tina Fey’s 30 Rock, which also alluded to Weinstein as a sexual harasser

Actor and Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane explained on Wednesday why he made a jab at Harvey Weinstein while announcing Academy Award nominations in 2013 , saying it " came from a place of loathing and anger."

In his statement, the filmmaker and comedian made it clear that he was calling out Weinstein. MacFarlane explained that his friend and "Ted" colleague Jessica Barth had told him about a problematic encounter with the producer, so he chose to "take a hard swing" at Weinstein that "came from a place of loathing and anger."

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— Seth MacFarlane (@SethMacFarlane)

October 11, 2017

The response from fellow Twitter users wasn't exactly friendly. Many argued that a joke wasn't "a hard swing" and that he was complicit. It got to the point that Barth herself decided to step in, urging them to stop "slamming Seth for not 'doing' anything."

"He stood by me and respected my wishes not to retaliate in any way," Barth wrote of MacFarlane.

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"Family Guy" creator Seth Macfarlane has finally broken his silence about his 2013 Oscar dig at Harvey Weinstein , saying it " came from a place of loathing and anger" because movie mogul allegedly made advances towards his friend Jessica Berth.

Seth MacFarlane says that he made the joke after learning that Harvey Weinstein made "attempted advances" on his friend. Make no mistake, this came from a place of loathing and anger.”

To the people slamming Seth for not "doing" anything, please STOP! He stood by me and respected my wishes that he not retaliate in any way. https://t.co/0mlKILP1Gi

— Jessica Barth (@_jessicabarth_)

October 11, 2017

Whew. This controversy even giving birth to new controversies now.

[via: Seth MacFarlane/Twitter; h/t: EW]

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The dominoes continue to fall in the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment case. Deadline has confirmed that two more Weinstein Company board members — Tim Sarnoff and Marc Lasry — resigned today in the wake of Thursday’s devastating New York Times report that outlines a pattern of behavior stretching back at least two decades. Sarnoff’s day job is as Deputy CEO and President of Production at Technicolor. Lasry is a billionaire hedge fund manager, CEO of Avenue Capital Group and a co-owner of the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks. Their board exits follow by hours that of billionaire investor Dirk Ziff.

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