Hollywood has been shaken by several sexual misconduct allegations in 2017.
And Armie Hammer used his Hollywood Reporter cover to speak out against the important issue, insisting there has been a culture of people in position of power to 'abuse' others within the film industry - but thankfully the time for change has come.
The 31-year-old actor said: 'It’s been permissible for too long for people in positions of power to abuse, and for the powerless to be expected to just take it.
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'The system seems to be shaken, and thank God.'
Armie also discussed the controversy surrounding his Birth of a Nation director Nate Parker, and how it affected the movie.
He believes the filmmaker was treated far harsher for his sexual misconduct allegations than Casey Affleck, who won a Best Actor Oscar for Manchester By the Sea.
The 31-year-old actor said: 'It’s been permissible for too long for people in positions of power to abuse, and