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

The demonstration began at 10 a.m

The demonstration began at 10 a.m

'It would take time, it would take a society to forgive them, and it would take tremendous contrition on their part, ' the award-winning actor told the BBC.

Cranston stressed that bad acts are "deeply rooted psychological, emotional problems" that 'take years to mend, ' should subjects be willing.

Meanwhile, Weinstein has been accused of sexual misconduct by over 50 women since The New York Times and The New Yorker documented decades of alleged sexual misconduct and sexual assault involving a number of women in detailed articles earlier this month. Spacey has also been accused by almost a dozen men of sexual misconduct.

He said that if those in question were to prove that they put in the work to rehabilitate themselves and are genuinely repentant and remorseful for their actions, "then maybe down the road there is room for that, maybe so".

As a response to the charges, Weinstein and his representatives stated he "unequivocally denies" all of them and believed his relationships were consensual.

The actor also noted that that "sexual predator behavior is not a Hollywood problem, it is a societal problem". "Let's leave it open for the few who can make it through that gauntlet of trouble and who have reclaimed their life and their dignity and their respect for others".

The Last Flag Flying star continued: "And I think in the face of it, we should let that open". We shouldn't close it off and say, 'To hell with him, rot and go away for the rest of your life.' Let's be bigger than that.

Cranston previously spoke out against Spacey, saying that while the "House of Cards" star may be a "phenomenal actor...he's not a very good person. His career now I think is over".

As for Spacey, Anthony Rapp accused the American Beauty alumni of attempting to seduce him when Rapp was just a 14-year-old boy.