Who Is Ally Sheedy? Actress Slams James Franco After Golden Globes Win

Kelvin Reese
January 9, 2018

Tommy Wiseau tried and failed to deliver his own Golden Globes speech Sunday night, but a lot of people watching had a big question on their mind: What was he going to say?!

Industry vet Ally Sheedy led the charge on Twitter as she pondered why James was even "allowed in".

One person said: 'I really would have liked it if James Franco let Tommy Wiseau speak.

"The Room" director/star/writer/producer Tommy Wiseau had the best time at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards, where he was finally recognized for something good.

A third scathed: "James Franco blocking Tommy Wiseau from the mic is real swamp vermin behaviour, can't believe he's done this. Please never ask me why I left the film/tv business".

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Many fans retweeted and replied to the messages which they took to imply the "Breakfast Club" star was accusing Franco of some sort of sexual harassment or abuse.

The 39-year-old actor sparked a social media meltdown when he went to collect his award for Best Performance by an actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

She did not elaborate on her experience with Franco further, but in 2014, Franco directed Sheedy in an off-Broadway production of The Long Shrift. This year I learned from friends and collaborators, ' began Franco.

HollywoodLifers, what do you think Ally is talking about in her tweets? Franco shut that down pretty quick, but it was probably the only way that moment could have gone. At one point during the news cycle, he tweeted, "I HOPE PARENTS KEEP THEIR TEENS AWAY FROM ME". James Franco was wearing a Times Up pin, in reference to an organization recently formed by hundreds of powerful women in Hollywood to fight back against sexual misconduct.

When another user suggested to Tither-Kaplan that she had no right to complain about doing the nude scenes after she signed a contract, Tither-Kaplan responded that the Time's Up initiative is created to fight abuses of power by male directors and producers.

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