Brie Larson Opens Up About Not Clapping For Casey Affleck At The Oscars

Remember last month at the Oscars when it made headlines that Brie Larson didn’t clap for Casey Affleck? Well today, Brie kind of explained why she didn’t clap.

The only thing is that Brie is one of the classiest people in Hollywood so she didn’t exactly say why she didn’t clap. All she said was what she had to say to explain it. It wasn’t like she went into an in depth answer.

When Brie was asked about the moment in Vanity Fair, she simply had this answer. “I think that whatever it was that I did onstage kind of spoke for itself, I’ve said all that I need to say about that topic.”

That my friends is how you answer a question with class.

I still love the move that Brie pulled, fucking incredible.

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Brie Larson’s Reaction To Casey Affleck Winning His Oscar Was Everything

One thing about Hollywood is that it likes to turn a blind eye to assault allegations, especially when it happens with someone elite in their eyes. Someone like Johnny Depp, who was filmed being verbally abusive to Amber Heard, it was still somehow Amber’s fault. Even the music business giving Chris Brown another chance.

So the fact that Casey won will have a lot of backlash due to his sexual assault allegations from 2010. There wasn’t just one woman, there were two separate incidents what all settled out of court.

Both of the assaults allegedly happened on the set of Affleck’s passion project ‘I’m Still Here’. The two women filed separate lawsuits against Casey accusing him of sexual harassment and unwanted physical advances.

Affleck of course denied the accusations and when the parties settled out of court a statement said : “The disputes have been resolved to the mutual satisfaction of the parties and the lawsuits are being dismissed.”

Brie Larson has spent her career advocating for people who have survived sexual assault, and speaks out about it often. Hell last year she won her Oscar for portraying a sexual assault survivor.

Last year she hugged every single sexual assault survivor as they walked off the stage.

So check out Brie’s reaction when she read Casey Affleck’s name then slipped that right back into the envelope.

Brie Larson then definitely didn’t clap for Casey.

Brie, you stood poised and I am proud of your reaction. Casey is a trash human.

I wonder if she will write up a response or anything like that about having to give Casey two awards this season.

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The Full List Of 2017 Academy Award Winners

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Whether you call it the Oscars or the Academy Awards, I think that we can all agree that winning the award is an amazing honor.

Here are all of the winners from last night!

Best Picture: “Moonlight.”

Actor: Casey Affleck, “Manchester by the Sea.”

Actress: Emma Stone, “La La Land.”

Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali, “Moonlight.”

Supporting Actress: Viola Davis, “Fences.”

Directing: Damien Chazelle, “La La Land.”

Foreign Language Film: “The Salesman,” Iran.

Adapted Screenplay: “Moonlight,” screenplay by Barry Jenkins, story by Tarell Alvin McCraney.

Original Screenplay: Kenneth Lonergan, “Manchester by the Sea.”

Production Design: “La La Land,” Production Design: David Wasco; Set Decoration: Sandy Reynolds-Wasco.

Cinematography: Linus Sandgren, “La La Land.”

Sound Mixing: “Hacksaw Ridge,” Kevin O’Connell, Andy Wright, Robert Mackenzie and Peter Grace.

Sound Editing: “Arrival,” Sylvain Bellemare.

Original Score: “La La Land,” Justin Hurwitz.

Original Song: “City of Stars” from “La La Land,” music by Justin Hurwitz, lyric by Ben Pasek and Justin Paul.

Costume Design: Colleen Atwood, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”

Documentary (short subject): “The White Helmets,” Orlando von Einsiedel and Joanna Natasegara.

Documentary Feature: “O.J.: Made in America,” Ezra Edelman and Caroline Waterlow.

Film Editing: “Hacksaw Ridge,” John Gilbert.

Makeup and Hairstyling: “Suicide Squad,” Alessandro Bertolazzi, Giorgio Gregorini and Christopher Nelson.

Animated Feature Film: “Zootopia,” Byron Howard, Rich Moore and Clark Spencer.

Animated Short Film: “Piper,” Alan Barillaro and Marc Sondheimer.

Live Action Short Film: “Sing,” Kristof Deak and Anna Udvardy.

Visual Effects: “The Jungle Book,” Robert Legato, Adam Valdez, Andrew R. Jones and Dan Lemmon.

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