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>> Some of Hollywood's biggest stars took to the red carpet for the premier of George Clooney's new film Suburbicon on Sunday. But cinema wasn't the main topic of conversation. Instead Clooney and the stars of the film, Matt Damon, and Julianne Moore commented on the ongoing fallout following claims of sexual harassment in Hollywood.
>> You don't need to have children to think In terms of how Harvey Weinstein and people have treated women. Right now my kids are innocent and don't have to deal with any of this stuff. And I'm certainly concerned that at some point we're all gonna have to address it together.
>> This isn't something that's not endemic only to Hollywood. It's all over the world, and I don't think we wanna reach a to conclusion. I think what we wanna do is empower women to speak out about what's going on, and let them know that they're not alone and that this behavior should not be acceptable.
>> The fact that one of the most powerful people I've ever seen in Hollywood has been banished basically. I think as a shot across the bow of any man in this industry who would leverage and use their power to mistreat a woman. I think that is, I think that is unnoticed.
>> Reuters was unable to independently confirm any of the allegations against Harvey Weinstein. A number of women have claimed that the movie producer sexually harassed or assaulted them over the past three decades. Police in London and New York are investigating allegations of sexual assault by Weinstein. Who has denied having non-consensual sex with anyone.