"I think there is a presmuption of innocence until proven guilty", he explained, later adding that he does think the "cultural shift" of the #MeToo movement (which he supports "wholeheartedly") has been "very, very positive and long overdue".
In an interview with iNews published Wednesday, Goldblum was asked about whether he would collaborate with Allen again after appearing in the filmmaker's iconic comedy "Annie Hall".
As the #MeToo movement ensnared powerful figures in entertainment, media, and politics who've been accused of sexual misconduct, Allen's years-old allegation of molestation from his daughter Dylan Farrow has prevented his new film "A Rainy Day in New York" from finding distribution in the U.S.
But then Goldblum chose to say that he'd work with Woody Allen again and made some bullshit excuse for him, and I can't take it anymore. Those accusations - supported by Allen's son Ronan Farrow - resurfaced a year ago and picked up steam during the #MeToo movement, with many actors denouncing Allen, and Amazon cancelling a four-film deal with him. In fact, Allen is now working on a new film, which stars Christoph Waltz, Wallace Shawn and Gina Gershon.
But the most recent news of Jeff Goldblum continuing to support Woody Allen is public and ours to tear apart.
But his thoughts on Allen just seem to further drive home that it seems like there's a storm coming, and I think Jeff Goldblum knows that, and we're all going to have to take a look at whatever information emerges. While another put it more bluntly: "When I saw Jeff Goldblum was trending I anxious he might be dead. This is so much worse".