Officially announced Monday, the campaign is backed by celebrities such as Reese Witherspoon, America Ferrera, Shonda Rhimes, Kerry Washington, Brie Larson and others.
Many men are wearing Time's Up pin badges or wearing all black. TIME'S UP has already raised over $15 million for a Legal Defense Fund administrated by the National Women's Law Center (NWLC) that "will provide subsidized legal support" to those who have experienced sexual harassment, assault or abuse in the workplace.
According to the movement's website, TimesUp is "a unified call for change from women in entertainment for women everywhere".More news: 'Lady Bird' wins Golden Globe for best comedy movie
"Black-ish" star Tracee Ellis Ross donned a black headwrap with her black satin Marc Jacobs halterneck dress, "The Crown" star Claire Foy opted for a black tuxedo suit, twinning with her co-star Matt Smith, and "Will and Grace" actress Debra Messing wore a black sequined Christian Siriano dress with pants.
The Golden Globes, once the stomping grounds of Harvey Weinstein, will belong to someone else this year. Phillips, in collaboration with Los Angeles jewelry designer Michael Schmidt, manufactored 500 of these pins in two weeks. "[Reese's] friends told their friends".
Former Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria said it was a "moment of solidarity, not a fashion moment".
Jessica Chastain, Laura Dern and Natalie Portman led female and male nominees as well as attendees dressed in black at the awards show where the sexual harassment scandal roiling Hollywood is expected to dominate the conversation.More news: Nintendo Switch becomes fastest-selling console in the US
"It's time for us to make a difference", Dern said.
Hosting duties will fall instead to a Globes rookie: late-night host Seth Meyers. He was critical of Meryl Streep after the actress's forceful political acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award.More news: Bangalore fire: Five die as fire breaks out at restaurant