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59-year-old Thompson is set to tell a hero for the Skydance "Lucky" movie earlier this month.
It is very strange to me that you and your company will consider hiring someone with Mr. Lasseter's model of bad behavior, given the current climate in which people with such power as they can is expected to reach the sign, "Thompson wrote in a letter that was issued to the Los Angeles Times and confirmed by a representative.
Lasator had no comment after the letter was posted, and a Skydance spokesman told NBC News that the company has no comments on the letter.
Sources told the Hollywood Reporter at the end of 201
After the accusations, 62-year-old Lasseter took six-month leave from Disney to think what is called "wrong footsteps." After the end of the Saturday in June, Disney announced that Lasseter would continue to work for Disney as a "consultant" before finishing his time with the company on December 31, 2018
On January 9, Lasseter was named Boss of Skydance Animation, according to Skydance Media.
"We have not taken this decision lightly." John confessed and apologized for his mistakes and spent the past year away from the workplace trying to resolve them and reform them, "David Ellison, CEO of Skydance Media , said in his statement, "It's humility but I believe it will make me a better leader."
But Thompson does not buy it. "In his letter to Skydance, Thompson asked," If the man did the women in his companies feel underestimated and disrespectful for decades, why do women in his new company feel, is any respect he shows is something other than an act he requires
The Los Angeles Times reported that Ellison had sent a note to the employees after recruiting Lazier, explaining that he was obliged to act professionally .
to say, "I'm learning to feel respect for women, so please be patient while I work on it, it's not easy," Thomson writes.
Thompson said she regrets that she should leave the film because she admires the director, Alessandro Carlon. "But I can only do what feels good during these difficult times of transition and raising the collective consciousness."
Many have praised Thompson not only for dropping the film, but also for defining her motivation so clearly.
Emma Thompson shows why the action speaks louder than her words. Although her words are too strong, the journalist wrote Hannah Ines Flint on Twitter.  "I do not think I'm exaggerating this, but this letter by Emma Thompson about her departure from Luck is one of the most important moments in this movement, "writes" Women in Hollywood. " founder Melissa Silverstein.