Rose McGowan
Joey Soloway, Karyn Kusama, and Rosanna Arquette also appear in the documentary from filmmakers Kristy Guevara-Flanagan and Helen Hood Scheer.
McGowan tweeted the allegations on August 17, adding that she doesn't want to "destroy" but seeks an apology.
The actress-turned-activist spoke with IndieWire via Instagram Live, sharing one idea for resurrecting her character from Wes Craven's 1996 horror smash.
McGowan reacted to Weinstein's conviction by writing, "Today the world is safer because he's not on the streets."
Portman has come under fire this week for only working on two feature films directed by women.
McGowan says she is disgusted by Portman's Oscar dress, which included the names of many female filmmakers the Academy snubbed for Best Director this year.
McGowan says Hollywood only cares about supporting #MeToo victims on a surface level.
Argento responded to the apology by saying, "Now go on, live your life and stop hurting other people, will you Rose?"
The second part of Argento's interview with "DailyMail TV" finds the actress addressing Rose McGowan and Jimmy Bennett.
McGowan has 24 hours to retract a statement addressing sexual assault allegations against Argento, including accepting nude photos from a minor.
McGowan says she became close with Argento only after the two women both shared their experiences with Weinstein.
McGowan's letter also reveals Bourdain sought professional help from a doctor before taking his own life.
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