Bryan Cranston Thinks Hollywood's Sexual Abusers Could Make A Comeback

Sexual assault is the product of rape culture

Bryan Cranston insists public could forgive Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein if they stage comebacks

Actor Bryan Cranston sat down with BBC News to promote his run in the stage adaptation of the film "Network", and in the course of the interview commented on the wave of powerful Hollywood predators finally getting called out by the men, women, and in Tom Sizemore's case, children they allegedly victimized.

Cranston also stated his belief that anyone guilty of sexual assault has "a deeply rooted psychological and emotional problem that takes years to mend".

"He's a phenomenal actor, but he's not a very good person". I think in the face of it, we should let that open.

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Spacey, 58, is now facing multiple allegations of sexual misconduct after Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp accused the Oscar-winner of making inappropriate sexual advances towards him when he was only 14 in an October BuzzFeed article. Last week, a representative for the actor confirmed he was seeking treatment.

A spokesperson for Weinstein previously told PEOPLE in a statement that "any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein".

Bryan Cranston has claimed that Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein could potentially be reintegrated into Hollywood if they are willing to "show tremendous contrition" for the allegations of sexual allegation that have been levelled against them.

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He added, "Then it would be up to us to determine, case by case, whether or not this person deserves a second chance". We shouldn't close it off and say, 'To hell with him, rot, and go away from us for the rest of your life.' Let's not do that. Let's be bigger than that.

He added that, rather than discounting disgraced figures forever for their actions, society should "leave it open for the few that can make it through that gauntlet of trouble and who have reclaimed their life and their dignity and respect for others".

"It would be egotistical for anyone to say, 'I hope he fails, '" he continued. Why would you want that?

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