Las estrellas de Hollywood reaccionan a la cancelación de ‘Roseanne’

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La historia de Roseanne, tanto la serie como la actriz que la protagoniza, Roseanne Barr, se ha convertido en el mejor ejemplo reciente de éxito fulgurante y caída estrepitosa.

Hace menos de dos meses, la ficción regresaba a la pequeña pantalla, 21 años después, y se convertía en todo un fenómeno que debutaba batiendo records. A pesar del éxito, las constantes polémicas de Roseanne Barr se lo ponían complicado a la cadena ABC, y la última ya ha sido demasiado. Esta misma semana, un tuit racista ha dinamitado la serie y ha provocado su cancelación.

Esto ha hecho que cientos de fans y también decenas de estrellas de Hollywood se hayan lanzado a las redes sociales a opinar. Mark Hamill, Viola Davis, Charlie Sheen, Joss Wheddon, Zoe Saldaña o Patricia Arquette son algunos de los muchos que se han pronunciado, bien para felicitar a ABC Entertainment y su presidenta, Channing Dungey, o bien, como el propio Sheen, para proponer nuevas resurrecciones, como la de Dos hombres y medio.

For the record, this is Channing Dungey. Sitting on top of your world like a in full judgement of your garbage and taking it out. #Roseanne pic.twitter.com/GxEP2B61uq

— Ava DuVernay (@ava) 29 de mayo de 2018

I bet FOX will pick it up & pair it with Tim Allen's show. https://t.co/5MyZf9UT3X via @thr

— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) 29 de mayo de 2018

Thank you Channing Dungey!https://t.co/VIlKTF9y7Z

— Viola Davis (@violadavis) 29 de mayo de 2018

I'm glad Roseanne is canceled.
The backlash to its cancellation is going to be a deafening nightmare.
Nothing good has come of this entire thing.

— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) 29 de mayo de 2018

adios
Roseanne!
good
riddance.
hashtag
NOT Winning.
the
runway is
now clear
for
OUR reboot.
©#CharlieHarperReturns pic.twitter.com/HcqMvIoxCM

— Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) 29 de mayo de 2018

What the fuck is wrong with her?? #RosanneBarr you are a true Hollywood Tragedy! Thank you Miss Dungey And Mr Iger. Doin the right thing! https://t.co/7nvUn590HW

— Mario Cantone (@macantone) 29 de mayo de 2018

I wish some of these so-called defenders of liberty would start to understand what freedom of speech is AND isn’t. Roseanne is allowed to say whatever she wants. It doesn’t mean @ABCNetwork needs to continue funding her TV show if her words are considered abhorrent. https://t.co/lSx2GndLEO

— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) 29 de mayo de 2018

Excited for the literally anything else that Laurie Metcalf and John Goodman will do now

— Joss Whedon (@joss) 29 de mayo de 2018

Roseanne’s recent comments about Valerie Jarrett, and so much more, are abhorrent and do not reflect the beliefs of our cast and crew or anyone associated with our show. I am disappointed in her actions to say the least.

— sara gilbert (@THEsaragilbert) 29 de mayo de 2018

I am repulsed that Valerie Jarret had that racist and bigoted "joke" made at her expense and I am sickened that any Black or Muslim person has to keep hearing this sickness in 2018.

— Patricia Arquette (@PattyArquette) 29 de mayo de 2018

you can take @RoseanneOnABC out of racism but you can’t take the racism out of @therealroseannehttps://t.co/sJs7Hn5zrn

— Don Cheadle (@DonCheadle) 29 de mayo de 2018

Shame on you @therealroseanne and @ABCNetwork @RoseanneOnABC Not a single apology can get me to respect your despicable racist character. #EndRacism in #mainstream media NOW!!!

— Zoe Saldana (@zoesaldana) 29 de mayo de 2018

@therealroseanne, you break my heart — You are a sorry excuse for a human being. How odd that you, as a comedienne, have forgotten then meaning of a "joke" and a personal comment. Your meanness is staggering and will earn you a ticket to a sad, lonely and sorry life.

— Rita Moreno (@TheRitaMoreno) 29 de mayo de 2018

This morning @RobertIger quickly and easily determined that righteousness trumps profits by firing an open racist and anti-Semite from his company. If our elected officials had the courage to do the same by declaring that country trumps partisanship we’d have a healthier society.

— Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston) 29 de mayo de 2018

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