“I’m so sick of canceling culture” – The Hollywood Reporter

Jennifer Aniston offers her take on “abandon culture.”

The 54-year-old star explained in a new interview: “I’m so overwhelmed with the abandonment culture. That’s probably why I got canceled. I just don’t understand what it means… Is there no salvation? I don’t know. I don’t put everyone in the Harvey Weinstein basket.”

Aniston made the remarks in one go Wall Street Journal Magazine Profile, where she added that she had some awkward moments with the disgraced producer. “He’s not a guy, you’re like, ‘God, I can’t wait to hang out with Harvey,'” she said. “Never. You were actually like, ‘Oh god, okay, let it be.’ I actually remember him visiting me on a movie visit to introduce me to a movie. And I remember consciously putting a person in my caravan.” (The diary adding that Weinstein told them, “[Aniston] never had any unpleasant incidents with me.”)

Merriam-Webster defines abandonment culture as “the practice or tendency to engage in mass cancellations to express disapproval and social pressure.”

The number of celebrities who have criticized the abandonment culture gets quite long: From Lizzo to Chris Rock To Goldie Hawn To Molly Ringwald To Cate Blanchett.

Still others have questioned the notion that abortion culture is a legitimate social movement.

Comedian Jerrod Carmichael said in one Hollywood reporter Round table: “Cancellation, this is not real. The bogeyman does not exist. We have to get over this. For example, if you do something wrong in your personal life, you should go to jail. Something like a real prison. And then everything else is like, “What are we talking about?”…I think that’s just to give boring people something interesting to talk about, like a ghost villain.”

And singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers had this to say teen vogue“I mean, Is [cancel culture] real? Who lost their job politically? A major offender is in prison for actual sex crimes, and doing otherwise might mean losing a few friends or a few jobs. Then, five years later, they say, “Sorry, sorry, sorry.” And they come back, but they never apologize — they never go away.”

Aniston’s Apple TV+ series The morning show follows a fictional news show rocked by a sexual misconduct scandal, returning for its third season in September.

Brian Ashcraft

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