Mark Ruffalo addresses HFPA reforms issue; Says ‘Cannot feel happy or proud’ about being a Golden Globe winner

Golden Globe winner Mark Ruffalo slams Hollywood Press Association for not making important reforms regarding range and inclusion.
Mark Ruffalo slams HFPA for not making important reforms

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) was not too long ago referred to as out over its range challenge after it was revealed that the affiliation lacked a single Black member. While a number of A-lister celebrities, in addition to studios, referred to as out HFPA to endure main reforms, the affiliation earlier this week did announce some adjustments however they’re being deemed a lot lower than what is anticipated of them. After GLAAD calling out the affiliation for not making important reforms, actor Mark Ruffalo has now addressed the difficulty.

The actor took to Instagram to launch a press release asking the Hollywood Press Association to “right their wrongs” from the previous and likewise maintained that the affiliation mustn’t “resist the change that is being asked of them.” Ruffalo who received a Golden Globe this 12 months for his efficiency within the collection I Know This Much is True additional said that he can’t really feel “proud or happy” about his win on account of HFPA”s range points.

In a press release shared on Instagram, Ruffalo wrote, “It’s discouraging to see the HFPA, which has gained prominence and profited handsomely from their involvement with filmmakers and actors, resist the change that’s being requested of them from lots of the teams which have been most disenfranchised by their tradition of secrecy and exclusion. Now is the time to step up and proper the wrongs of the previous. Honestly, as a current winner of a Golden Globe, I can’t really feel proud or completely satisfied about being a recipient of this award.”

It was not too long ago introduced by Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos that the platform might be reducing all ties with HFPA till it makes extra progress on range and inclusion as per Deadline.