In the wake of the revelations of Louis CK's sexual misconduct with five women, the planned release of his film I Love You Daddy is now under threat.

The New York premiere of the film was abruptly cancelled in light of the New York Times' story on CK's past, but now two actors in the film - Chloe Moretz, who plays the female lead, and Charlie Day, who plays a close friend of Louis CK's character - have now both made statements to media confirming that neither will be involved in promoting the film.

Charlie Day's statement, given to the Times, said that he "was as appalled as everyone to read the allegations made" and that "in light of the allegations, will not be promoting the movie further.” Moretz's publicist, meanwhile, confirmed that the actress was made aware of "numerous possible accusations" two weeks ago, and refused to help promote the film further.

On top of all this, HBO has now confirmed that Louis CK will be dropped from Jon Stewart's Night Of Too Many Stars comedy gala event and all of CK's content is being dropped from their streaming library. Furthermore, FX - which hosts Louie - has said that it is reviewing its relationship with CK.


Via LA Times