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She and Tamblyn bonded four years ago when they were both preparing to direct their first features.“Feminists have been saying the same things for a very long time, and now we’re reaching critical mass," Tyler said."Even prior to this culminating moment, Amber’s always been really fearless, and unrelenting.”Tamblyn also puts a high premium on female anger: Since the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States in 2016, it’s the main emotion that has fueled her actions.“I more or less told him what I would tell any man, which is to own the way in which you were complicit in this,” she said. Say it.” As she wrote on Twitter shortly after their dinner, Tamblyn viewed it as a “come to Jesus conversation.” The crux of her stance was the importance of facing one’s sins; of speaking out publicly as a crucial step in how the industry moves forward in dealing with toxicity and rape culture.So Tamblyn connected Tarantino with Jodi Kantor, one of the New York Times journalists who reported out the Weinstein story.
“I feel like that would be the title of my memoir someday: Helping Them Get There.” She paused, then added a subtitle: “The Story of Men.”An actor, poet, director, and soon-to-be-published novelist, Tamblyn has been a citizen of Hollywood her entire life.
The daughter of Peyton’s Place, West Side Story, and Twin Peaks actor Russ Tamblyn and singer-songwriter Bonnie Murray Tamblyn, she started working in show business at the age of 11.
Tamblyn spent her formative years on the set of General Hospital, followed by a stretch on the set of Joan of Arcadia in her early twenties.
Roughly two weeks had passed since the New York Times’ Weinstein investigation had been published.
Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Ashley Judd, Mira Sorvino, Rose Mc Gowan, Kate Beckinsale, Cara Delevigne, Asia Argento, and many more had come forward to say that they’d been assaulted or harassed by Weinstein.