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Kevin Smith Is Donating Future Profits Of Weinstein-Produced Movies To Charity

Kevin Smith, director of cult-hit movies like Mallrats, Clerks, and Chasing Amy, announced on his podcast Hollywood Babble-On that he will be donating all future residuals from his Weinstein-produced films to Women in Film, a non-profit organization "dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women" in the entertainment industry. 

Smith feels it's the least he could do after being unwittingly complicit for so many years:

Smith's pledge inspired Hollywood celebs:

He clearly wants to make things right:

Fans appreciate Smith's gesture:

After decades of sexual harassment and abuse charges against Harvey Weinstein surfaced in a New York Times expose, the film mogul was fired from his job at the Weinstein Company, and was recently expelled from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. 

Many who worked with Weinstein have been grappling with feelings of guilt and shock:

Let's hope there are more people in Hollywood like Kevin Smith:

H/T - Twitter, Women in Film, Rolling Stone