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While Alice is being held captive in the basement, the unannounced house guest moves in upstairs.She senses her capture is being kept a rebellious secret.Speaking out and proud: Rosie O'Donnell (left in October) and Wanda Sykes (right in October) was one of the first to go after Spacey on social media after he said he did not remember his attempts to sexually assault a then-teenage Anthony Rapp Spacey, 58, is now being compared to Harvey Weinstein by members of Hollywood's LGBTQ community, who view his sudden openness about his sexuality as nothing more than a 'calculated manipulation.' Rosie O'Donnell, who is never one to hide her feelings, went right for the jugular in her response, writing: 'u don't remember the incident - 30 years ago?- f*** u kevin - like Harvey we all knew about u - I hope more men come forward.'When someone asked O'Donnell is she know of any more Hollywood predators like Spacey and Weinstein, she responded: 'of creepy men in Hollywood? ummm there r too many.'She later clarified her claim that everyone knew as well, stating: 'no one knew it was kids except for the ones he abused most abusers have many many victims.'Wanda Sykes tweeted: 'No no no no no!The show's creator Beau Willimon also weighed in, saying: 'Anthony Rapp's story is deeply troubling.
This news comes after Spacey made the decision to come out of the closet in a statement apologizing to actor Anthony Rapp, who said in an interview that the actor attempted to sexually assault him in 1986, an incident Spacey says he does not remember. Media Rights Capital, who produces House of Cards, and Netflix released a joint statement on Monday saying they 'are deeply troubled by last night's news concerning Kevin Spacey,' who 'as previously scheduled' is not currently working on set.'In response to last night's revelations, executives from both of our companies arrived in Baltimore this afternoon to meet with our cast and crew to ensure that they continue to feel safe and supported,' said the two companies.He has absolutely no reason not to, has already killed 3 people in the house, so it makes no sense, as well as being really stagy how she backs into where he's hiding and then all fades to black and she SOMEHOW conveniently loses consciousness basically so the encounter/interaction between the two wont have to be dealt with and she can awaken later in chains. That being said, the directing is VERY American school, as the film is riddled with 5 or so scenes where characters show up JUST at that pesky moment.To top it off, an important criticism that many brought up was the dialogue and thus the motivation of the characters.The worst and most nonsensical aspect to me is the character driven premise...WHY does the male killer not simply kill the owner the second she walks into the room, finding her friend dead.