Danny DeVito Stars in 2018 Super Bowl Ad for M&M’s

If you’ve ever dreamed of swimming in a pool of chocolate, Danny DeVito is living out your fantasy.

The 73-year-old is the star of M&M’s newest commercial, which will air during this year’s Super Bowl. During a 15-second teaser for the hilarious ad, the camera zooms out on a big red M&M in a sea of chocolate, which turns out to be the T-shirt of DeVito, who is floating in bliss while wearing his iconic thick-framed glasses.

“Mmm, Super Bowl,” the Always Sunny star says while swaying his arms like he is making a snow angel.

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He then covers himself in milk chocolate, rolling around and giggling like anyone in a pool that tasty would do.

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This is the first time since 2014 M&M’s has had a commercial spot in the Super Bowl lineup — and we can probably all agree that they really made up for lost time. 

Watch the full commercial on Feb. 4, when the 30-second spot will air during the first quarter of the Super Bowl LII.

Doctors Deliver Baby Mid-Flight After Mom Goes Into Labor on Plane

When flight attendants went looking for a doctor in the house, fortunately, this flight had two.

A 27-year-old doctor and a pediatrician helped to deliver a healthy baby boy when a woman went into labor while on a plane 35,000 feet in the sky.

Dr. Sij Hemal was looking forward to some downtime on his December 17 flight on Air France. He had just flown from New Delhi, stopped over in France, and was heading to JFK International Airport before catching his flight back home to Cleveland. Hemal — a second-year urology resident at Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute — was ready to have a drink of champagne and watch a movie, when, suddenly, passenger Toyin Ogundipe went into labor midway on the flight.

“I was pretty tired from jet lag,” Hemal said in a statement from the Cleveland Clinic. “I thought I’d just have a drink and fall asleep. As it turned out, I’m glad I didn’t drink anything.”

Dr. Sij Hemal and Dr. Susan Shepherd with flight crew preparing for the delivery

Dr. Sij Hemal and Dr. Susan Shepherd with flight crew preparing for the delivery

Courtesy Cleveland Clinic

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The crew contemplated an emergency landing, but since they were flying 35,000 feet over the southern coast of Greenland, pulling off course to make it to the U.S. military base in the Azores Islands would take two hours and that was not that much closer than their final destination of JFK Airport, New York.

But turns out Ogundipe’s little boy had other plans. Hemal, along with pediatrician Dr. Susan Shepherd — who was coincidentally sitting next to Hemal while returning from a meeting in Dakar — rushed to Ogundipe’s side to assist with the birth.

“Her contractions were about 10 minutes apart,” Hemal explained. “The pediatrician and I began to monitor her vital signs and keep her comfortable.”

The crew moved Ogundipe to the first-class section of the airplane, which had more space and fewer passengers, while flight attendants watched over the Ogundipe’s 4-year-old daughter.

Dr. Sij Hemal

Dr. Sij Hemal

Tom Merce/The Cleveland Clinic Center for Medical Art & Photography

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Hemal and Shepherd gathered materials from the aircraft’s medical kit and monitored Ogundipe’s blood pressure, oxygen rate and pulse. Ogundipe’s contractions accelerated over the next hour. When they got down to just two minutes apart, the team realized the baby was going to come while they were still in the air.

About 30 minutes later, Ogundipe gave birth to a baby named Jake.

“I was relaxed because I knew I was in safe hands,” Ogundipe told Cleveland Clinic in a statement. “They did everything a doctor or midwife would have done if I was in the labor room in the hospital. Even better, if you ask me.”

Baby Jake

Baby Jake

Courtesy Cleveland Clinic

Though Hemal’s specialty is urology, he helped welcome seven babies into the world during medical school, so he had at least some experience — but nothing like an airplane delivery.

“We’re trained to stay calm and think clearly in emergency situations,” Hemal said. “I just tried to think ahead to what might go wrong, and come up with a creative solution.”

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Once the flight made it to New York City, Ogundipe and her children were transported to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, while Hemal continued on his trip back to Cleveland. But he didn’t go back empty-handed: to say thanks, Air France gifted him with a travel voucher and bottle of champagne to make up for the glass he didn’t get a chance to drink.

“So much could have gone wrong, but it didn’t,” he said. “Being on that particular flight, sitting next to a pediatrician… it’s like it was destiny.”

Connie Sawyer, Hollywood’s Oldest Working Actress, Dies at 105

Connie Sawyer, the oldest working member of the Screen Actors Guild and the Academy, has died. She was 105.

The actress died peacefully at her home in Woodland Hills, California, according to Deadline. She had previously resided at the Motion Picture & Television Fund’s residential community for entertainment industry retirees in Los Angeles.

A rep for Sawyer did not immediately respond to a request for comment from PEOPLE.

The Pueblo, Colorado, native, who was born on November 27, 1912, made audiences laugh since before the television was even invented, first starring in vaudeville shows when she was just a child.

She later landed several cameos and roles on programs for nearly six decades amassing over 140 credits, including The Way West, AdaThe Man in the Glass BoothThe Mary Tyler Moore Show, Hawaii Five-O, Dynasty, Murder, She Wrote, Archie Bunker’s Place, Home Improvement, Seinfeld, Will & Grace, ER, The Office, How I Met Your Mother and Ray Donovan.

In 2014, Sawyer acted opposite Zooey Deschanel in New Girl and worked on NCIS: Los Angeles in 2013 and 2 Broke Girls in 2012.

Meanwhile, Sawyer got her first film role in the 1950s when Frank Sinatra’s manager spotted her in a Broadway play called A Hole in the Head. In recent decades, she is best known for movie roles in Dumb and Dumber, The Pineapple Express, and When Harry Met Sally.

Connie Sawyer

Connie Sawyer

Courtesy Connie Sawyer

In November, the screen star told PEOPLE about the secrets of her long life.

“There aren’t that many people around who are 105,” Sawyer said. “I always say you have to move, you have to get off the couch. I used to swim, play golf, tap dance, line dance — I was always moving and I was lucky.”

Adding, “My parents lived a long time. Papa died at 91 and my mama was 89, so I had good genes too. That’s the reason.”

And when she wasn’t working, Sawyer participated in all the activities at MPTF, where she had lived for 12 years.

“I go to exercise class, I go to all the parties that they throw, I go to all the dinners, I go to all the shows,” she said. “Sometimes I’ll see movies twice to make sure I want to vote for them, I’m very serious about it,” she added about voting for Oscar contenders.

Sawyer, who wrote the book, I Never Wanted to Be a Star — and I Wasn’t, about her experiences in Hollywood, is survived by her two daughters: Lisa Dudley and Julie Watkins as well as four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Pitt Student Alina Sheykhet Had ‘Chop and Stab’ Wounds

The ex-boyfriend of Alina Sheykhet, the 20-year-old University of Pittsburgh student who was found dead in her bedroom in October, will be going to trial following an emotional preliminary hearing.

Matthew Darby appeared in court Friday, where it was determined he would go to trial on charges of homicide, burglary, theft, flight to avoid apprehension and possessing an instrument of a crime, PEOPLE confirms.

Darby is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend in the middle of the night after they dated on and off for two years. Sheykhat’s family and friends attended the hearing, which included 10 witnesses called by prosecutors that painted a disturbing picture of the couple’s relationship and the night of Sheykhet’s death, according to CBS.

On Oct. 8, Sheykhet was discovered dead in a pool of her own blood by her father at her home in Oakland, Pennsylvania, after he broke down the door to her bedroom, according to the Tribune-Review. Her parents became concerned when she didn’t show up to meet them earlier that day for a breast cancer walk, according to the outlet.

“Her dad was screaming she had a hole in her head,” Rebecca Kubiczki, Sheykhet’s roommate, said on the stand Friday, according to the Pittsburg Post-Gazette. 

Alina Sheykhet

Sheykhet’s body had “multiple chop and stab wounds to the head and face,” according to the Post-Gazette. Her death was ruled a homicide. Three days later, her boyfriend, Matthew Darby, was arrested in South Carolina.

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Sheykhet’s roommate described Darby as allegedly controlling, the Post-Gazette reports.

According to Kubiczki, Sheykhet allegedly often had to change the password to her social media accounts to stop Darby from accessing them. But Darby would allegedly force Sheykhet to tell him her new passwords, Kubiczki recalled, and sometimes pretended to be her and block friends from her account.

“He was possessive. He wouldn’t let her do things,” Kubiczki told the court, the Post-Gazette reports.

Darby’s attorney, David Shrager, tells PEOPLE, “After hearing all of the state’s witnesses that day, I was struck by what they didn’t have. There is absolutely no eye-witness testimony nor forensic evidence directly tying my client to any crime and we look forward to our day in court when we will be able to tell our side of the story.”

Weeks before Sheykhet’s death, Darby was arrested for allegedly breaking into her home while she and Kubiczki were there, Kubiczki said. When he allegedly wouldn’t leave, the women called the police, who arrested and charged Darby with criminal trespass, the Post-Gazette reports. He was later released on bond and is scheduled to enter a plea in February, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE.

Surveillance footage from the night of Sheykhet’s alleged murder place a man believed to be Darby near the crime scene, according to the newspaper.

Matthew Darby

Matthew Darby

Pittsburg Police Dept.

An Uber driver also testified that shortly after 4 a.m., Darby asked him to drop him off at Oakland Place, where Sheykhet lived, before changing his mind and asking to be dropped off nearby.

Authorities believe they have the weapons used to kill Sheykhet — two larges knives and a claw hammer recovered from a nearby drain— but Darby’s attorney argued that investigators had no direct evidence tying his client to the crime.

Darby’s attorney could not be reached for comment by PEOPLE Monday. He has not yet entered a plea.

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The 21-year-old has a history of prior arrests for alleged violence against women, according to court documents. In February, in Indiana County, Pennsylvania, he was charged with rape, sexual assault, aggravated indecent assault and additional charges against a different ex-girlfriend.

He pleaded not guilty, Shrager tells PEOPLE.

Darby is also facing a rape charge in Allegheny County but has not entered a plea.

Days after his daughter’s death,  Sheykhet’s father, Yan Sheykhet, described his daughter as a bright and vivacious girl who aspired to be a physical therapist.

“It was her dream,” he said. “And she worked so hard. She was the best person in the world.”

“I lost my beautiful princess,” he continued. “I don’t know what else to say.”

Grammys 2018: See the Official Afterparty Menu

Music’s biggest awards night calls for an impressive bash to follow—and an afterparty is only complete with good eats.

Ahead of the 60th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, PEOPLE received an exclusive first look at the array of bites and cocktails guests will be choosing from at the official afterparty at the Marriot Marquis in New York City.

The menu includes a variety of cuisines inspired by a few of the Big Apple’s neighborhoods like Spanish Harlem, Chinatown, Williamsburg, and Union Square.

The Spanish Harlem station will be serving up a seafood paella loaded with clams, mussels, chicken and shrimp, along with a mojo-braised pork belly paired with sweet plantains, and an herb-roasted forest mushroom salad with cremini, button, portobello and oyster mushrooms.

For guest with a hankering for Asian cuisine, the Chinatown station will include seven dishes to choose from like sweet-and-sour chicken, chicken lemongrass potstickers, vegetable shumai, pork dumplings, Chinese chopped salad, and a salad made up of rice noodles and roasted sweet potatoes.

Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood is known for its food scene, so including its famous cuisine only makes sense. Stars can expect to be eating spicy chicken, BBQ braised short rib, homemade coleslaw, fresh sea salt potato chips, and three-cheese mac ‘n’ cheese, all of which you can find at many of the neighborhood’s local eateries.

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The Union Square Market, often bustling with people, vendors and tasty food during the holiday season, has inspired a spread of quick bites. Here, hungry celebrities can find rueben sandwiches, a prosciutto and cheese bar, an ancient grain salad, rustic potato salad and a wood barrel pickle sampler.

No meal is complete without something sweet! The celebration will also have a diamond jubilee-themed dessert collection offering up treats as follows: peanut butter cake pops covered in coconut, chocolate caramel truffle pops, hazelnut wafer cones, s’mores sticks, rocky road mini cupcakes, handheld apple pie, French macaron pyramids, New York original cheesecake, and chocolate dipped strawberries.

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Drinks, of course, will be flowing too, featuring signature cocktails made with Absolut Vodka. This is where you should join in while watching the show—invite everyone you know over and sip like a pop star all night long. Get the official recipes below!

Lime Vodkarita
2 oz. vodka
1 oz. lime juice
½ oz. agave nectar
1 lime wheel, for garnish

In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, add first three ingredients and shake vigorously. Pour into a rocks glass filled with ice and garnish with lime.

Limelight
2 oz. vodka
½ oz. lime juice
2 oz. soda water
2 oz. ginger ale
1 cucumber slice, for garnish

In a tall glass filled with ice, add vodka and lime juice. Top with soda water and ginger ale and stir. Garnish with cucumber slice.

Eiza Gonzalez Responds to Critics Who Question Her Mexican Pride

Mexican actress Eiza Gonzalez, who starred in the movie Baby Driver and Justin Timberlake’s latest music videoSupplies,” has raised the ire of followers on social media for the perception that she denies her roots now that she has found success in Hollywood.

On Jan. 16, the 27-year-old actress recommended — in English — neuroscientist A. David Redish’s The Mind Within the Brain, prompting some to question why the Mexican star didn’t write her post in her native tongue. “I ask myself: Did you forget to write and speak Spanish?” one fan wrote. “Please, we follow you in Mexico and you always post in English. Did you forget Spanish?” another added. “She forgot Spanish already. I really dislike Mexicans who feel they are gringos,” a third responded.

Some even threatened to stop following her because, they said, they don’t understand English. The former From Dusk Till Dawn star, who’s been been vocal about her opposition to the Trump administration’s policy on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), is not one to pull punches. She responded to her critics swiftly: “There is a button at the bottom on Instagram that says ‘translate’ and if I write everything in English it translates it to whichever language the person speaks, including Spanish. If I write in two languages, [the platform’s translator] doesn’t recognize it.”

Gonzalez eschewed the notion that she’s less Latina for writing in English:  “I don’t understand this thing that because I write in a global language I feel less Mexican. It’s just looking for excuses to criticize, that’s my opinion,” she wrote.

Some fans, however, didn’t buy her explanation: “But your followers are Spanish speakers, besides you are not a consecrated Hollywood star like Salma Hayek. You are more known for soap operas than for films,” one follower replied. Others defended the actress: “God, just let her write in whatever language she wants. People always want to criticize her! There is not one photo of Eiza where someone doesn’t complain about this topic, saying she denies her roots and is not proud of her country just because she writes in English, a universal language that a great majority of people use to communicate every day,” a devoted fan retorted.

Gonzalez hit pause on further engagement to turn her attention to a more pressing matter. On Jan. 21, she shared a photo of herself at the Women’s March in Los Angeles, wearing a t-shirt bearing the slogan: “Never underestimate the power of a girl who knows what she wants.”

In an inspiring message to fellow marchers that could just as easily been directed at critics who rail against her use of English and challenge her Mexican pride, she wrote: “[L] let’s always keep kindness in mind, let’s keep our hearts and minds open to listen, to SEE, to FEEL others. Let’s share our stories to allow a safe environment of consciousness to occur. But let’s remember hate only creates more hate. Resist, NOT repress. We shall lead as example of what we ask.”

 

Dachshund Dog Steals Everyday Object

The Little Mermaid and Flynn have quite a bit in common.

Both adore collecting seemingly random objects that are hardly treasured by humans.

Unlike Ariel, Flynn the Dachshund’s collections of common goodies can be found above sea level.

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The tiny dog’s owner, Francesca Emmingham, recently revealed on Twitter that her dog loves “stealing objects from around the house.” To back up her statement, the proud dog mom shared several photos of her pooch possessively mouthing an odd assortment of things, including …

A remote control

A cutting board

What appears to be a small candle

And a winter-themed bowl

Emmingham’s collection of proof documenting Flynn’s canine capers quickly caught the attention of Twitter. Her initial post about her dog’s odd hobby has earned over 12,000 retweets and hundreds of replies, many from other dog owners claiming their pooches are also sweet little thieves.

Even though Flynn has an inner cat burglar hidden under those floppy ears, Emmingham still loves him like a child.

“Flynn is famous I am one proud mother,” she tweeted in response to her original post’s popularity.

Hungry Girl: Healthy Brownies That Won’t Ruin Your New Year’s Resolution

Lisa Lillien is the author of the popular Hungry Girl website and email newsletter, featuring smart, funny advice on guilt-free eating. She is also the author of twelve books, six of which debuted at number one on the New York Times Best Sellers list. Read her PEOPLE.com blog every Monday for slimmed-down celebrity recipes and more.

January can be tough. We’re trying to clean up our acts after the holidays, but sticking to a healthy eating plan can be a drag. Enter better-for-you brownies with cream cheese frosting. These treats are made with zucchini, but all you’ll taste is chocolatey goodness. That resolution diet just got a lot easier!

Cream Cheese Brownies

Brownies
1½ cups whole-wheat flour
½ cup unsweetened dark cocoa powder
½ cup Truvia spoonable no calorie sweetener (or another natural brand about twice as sweet as sugar)
1½ tsp. baking soda
¼ tsp. salt
½ cup canned pure pumpkin
½ cup (about 4 large) egg whites or fat-free liquid egg substitute
½ cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
1 tbsp. vanilla extract
1 lb. (about 2 medium) zucchini
½ cup mini semi-sweet chocolate chips

Frosting
½ cup light/ reduced-fat cream cheese
¼ cup light whipped butter or light buttery spread
½ tsp. vanilla extract
Dash salt
⅓ cup powdered sugar

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9” X 13” baking pan with nonstick spray.

2. In a large bowl, combine flour, cocoa powder, sweetener, baking soda, and salt. Mix well.

3. In a medium bowl, combine pumpkin, egg whites/substitute, almond milk, and vanilla extract. Whisk until uniform.

4. Add contents of the medium bowl to the large bowl, and stir until smooth and uniform. (Batter will be thick.)

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5. Peel and shred zucchini. Fold into the batter, along with ¼ cup chocolate chips.

6. Spread batter into the baking pan, and smooth out the top.

7. Bake until a toothpick (or knife) inserted into the center comes out mostly clean, 25 to 30 minutes.

8. Meanwhile, in a large bowl, combine all frosting ingredients except powdered sugar. With an electric mixer set to medium speed, beat until smooth, 1 to 2 minutes. Continue to beat while gradually adding powdered sugar. Beat until smooth, another 1 to 2 minutes. Cover and refrigerate.

9. Let brownies cool completely, about 1 hour.

10. Top brownies with frosting, and sprinkle with remaining ¼ cup chocolate chips.

Active time: 20 minutes

Total time: 1 hour, 50 minutes

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Nutritional Information:(1 brownie) 134 calories, 5.5g total fat (3g sat fat), 263mg sodium, 25g carbs, 3g fiber, 8g sugars, 4g protein

‘Til next time… Chew the right thing!

Holly Bobo Murder: Second Man Pleads Guilty to Role

A second man will face prison time in the 2011 abduction and murder of Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo.

John Dylan Adams was one of three men charged in the death of Bobo, 20, whose remains were found in the woods in 2014 not far from her family’s semi-rural Decatur County home, from which she had been taken more than three years earlier as she stepped outside to leave for school on the morning of April 13, 2011.

On Monday, Adams accepted a plea agreement charging him with facilitating Bobo’s murder, a charge that will place him behind bars for 35 years when sentenced, TV station WKRN reports.

The so-called Alford plea arranged by his defense attorneys and prosecutors — which does not admit guilt but carries the same weight, and cannot be appealed — would assess 15 years for facilitation of first-degree murder, and 35 years for aggravated kidnapping, to be served concurrently, The Jackson Sun reports.

Adams’ brother, Zach Adams, 33, was found guilty in September 2017 of eight charges related to the crime. Zach Adams accepted a plea deal arranged by his defense and state prosecutors that allowed him to avoid the death penalty — an outcome that was supported by Bobo’s parents — and was sentenced to life in prison without parole.

Zach Adams, left, and Holly Bobo

Zach Adams, left, and Holly Bobo

Kenneth Cummings/The Jackson Sun/AP; Facebook

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The third man facing charges in the case, Jason Autry, has pleaded not guilty, and prosecutors have said they wanted to delay resolution of his case while they dealt with John Dylan Adams, according to TV station WBBJ. Autry was a key witness at the trial of Zach Adams.

John Dylan Adams was scheduled to go to trial in May, and had faced a sentence of up to 51 years in prison if convicted at trial.

Bobo Was Raped and Drugged, Third Suspect Testified

During Zach Adams’ September trial, Autry — who has been offered the possibility of reduced charges and federal immunity in exchange for his testimony, according to the Sun — described in detail the alleged events leading to the murder and its aftermath.

Bobo’s brother, Clint, had testified that he heard voices outside of the family’s house on the morning his sister went missing, and then glimpsed a man dressed in camouflage walking Holly to the edge of the woods.

Autry, who acknowledged his addiction to methamphetamine and morphine, testified that on the day Bobo disappeared, he’d called his friend Zach Adams to buy a morphine pill. Autry, who went by the nickname “Train,” later met up with Adams.

“He said, ‘I need you to help me bury this body,’” Autry said.

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Autry first thought the body might be that of someone who owed money to Adams and another man from a drug deal. “He said, ‘Train, that’s Holly Bobo,’” Autry testified.

Autry alleged that Adams eventually told him that he, John Dylan Adams, and a third man all had raped Bobo, who allegedly had been drugged.

A pathologist testified at Zach Adams’ trial that Bobo had been shot in the head, which Autry said occurred during an aborted attempt to throw her listless body into a river after Bobo appeared to stir.

Autry testified that two days after that incident, he asked Zach Adams what he’d done with “the ol’ girl.”

“We threw her out,” Zach Adams allegedly replied, according to Autry.

Ashley Judd Asked to Take Her Shirt Off During Audition

Ashley Judd opened up about her experiences with abuse and gender bias in Hollywood at an emotional panel at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday.

Joined by a group of diverse filmmakers and Hollywood power players, Judd and the panel discussed inclusion in Hollywood, addressing practical solutions to spur change in the industry and beyond.

Judd, who has been outspoken about the Harvey Weinstein scandal, opened up about her own history with both discrimination in film and sexual abuse.

“Well first of all, my first audition yielded a screen test and I was asked to take my shirt off. It was between another woman and me, and I said that isn’t about our acting, that’s about evaluating a pair of breasts. And the answer was not ‘no’ but ‘hell no,’” she recalled at the panel, titled Univision Communications Behind the Camera: Where Diversity Begins.

Discussing her new Sundance film Monster, which addresses themes of sexual assault, Judd said the storytelling resonated with her deeply. Speaking about her own willingness to discuss her history of sexual abuse, Judd said, “I understand it was never my shame and it was the perpetrators shamelessness which he put on me — and I’ve given that shame back to the perpetrator where it belongs.”

The actress previously discussed her depression and traumatic childhood in her 2011 memoir All That Is Bitter and Sweet.

She added, “And I talk about this from the perspective of from hurting to healing to now helping, but I have the exact same experience where this one summer I was incested and I thought that I had a relationship with an adult man and that it was fancy because he was wealthy. It was just the sophisticated affair and it was outright incest because he was married to a family member.”

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Judd noted that while Monster is a “must watch” movie, it was also very difficult for her to watch. “I mean this in a very complimentary way because of the authenticity of the film, I nearly threw up at one point and then a beat later the character throws up.

“I’m just very glad it that it was made and I’m glad that I had done my work because I was using my tools as I watched the film, and I know the filmmakers are very responsible and are going to have trigger warnings and have all types of support systems in place.”

To donate to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund, which will provide subsidized legal support to women and men in all industries who have experienced sexual harassment, assault, or abuse in the workplace, visit its GoFundMe page. Learn more about Time’s Up, an organization of women in entertainment combating sexual harassment and inequality, on its website.

She also spoke about the cost she has incurred from her recent activism against sexual harassment. “I have to know the hill on which I’m willing to die. And the hill on which I’m willing to die is equality, and if that means going to jail, being maligned, being defamed, having tremendous economic loss because I stood up to Harvey Weinstein — and it’s incalculable the amount of money I could have made that I didn’t — that’s the hill on which I’m willing to die.”

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Judd was one of the first women to come forward accusing Weinstein of sexual harassment. Since her story broke, over 50 others have shared their own accounts of alleged abuse at the hands of the defaced producer.

Weinstein has been accused of sexual misconduct by over 50 women including Judd, Cara Delevingne, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Angelina Jolie since The New York Times and The New Yorker documented  decades of alleged sexual misconduct and sexual assault involving a number of women in detailed articles in October.

A spokesperson for Weinstein previously told PEOPLE in a statement, “Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein. Mr. Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances.”