‘The Good Dinosaur’ director speaks out on sexual misconduct allegation
The film “The Good Thing” will be screened as part of a series of screenings and talks in New York on Wednesday by former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani and former New Jersey governor and Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.
The series of panels, called the “Huckabee Family Forum,” is part of the Huckabee Family Summit.
The panel will feature former New Mexico Gov.
and Republican Presidential candidate Mike Tyson, actor George Takei and actor and activist Tom Hanks.
The event is being billed as an “interview with a former New Yorker, a former governor, a longtime public official and an activist, discussing his own experiences with sexual misconduct and the impact that it had on his life, career and his faith,” according to a statement from the film’s producers.
Tickets for the event go on sale Wednesday at 10 a.m. and are available for purchase at the event’s official website.
The former New Republic writer, who is also a writer for the Daily Beast, was fired by the New York Times last week after the paper published a series based on allegations that he sexually assaulted a former female reporter in the 1970s.
He denied the claims.
In an interview with the New Yorker magazine, Tyson said he did not know if he would be interviewed.
“I’m not even going to get into it,” Tyson said.
“I have a lot of friends and a lot things I’m very thankful for, and I’m not going to give a platform to anyone who’s not really worth the time and the energy.”
He added: “It was an amazing experience, I’m really, really grateful for it.
I’ve had some great friends, and it was just one of those things.””
The Good Things” is directed by the late Richard Linklater, who died last year.