Naomie Harris Reflects On Her #MeToo Story: 'I Was Amazed That I Wasn't More Outraged'

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Earlier this month, Naomie Harris came forward with her #MeToo story about an A-list actor reaching up her skirt during an audition. "My point in sharing that incident was – what really shocked me when I looked back on it was I was amazed that I wasn't more outraged by what happened," the "Black and Blue" actress told All Access of why she decided to speak out. "I took it as kind of like, oh, this is an inevitable thing that happens in this industry. And it's so indicative of the scale of the problem at that time. And I suppose what is so wonderful about that is that now I feel really that things have changed and moved on." "Black and Blue" hits theaters on Oct. 25.

Tags: Access, Naomie Harris, Me Too, #metoo, Black and Blue, Film, movies
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