The "Last Week Tonight" host talks about his heated exchange with Hoffman over sexual harassment allegations.
The actor implied the accusations against Dustin Hoffman and Garrison Keillor were not entirely fair.
The actress said he was "overstepping" during the filming of "Kramer vs. Kramer."
"Few men put themselves at risk — socially or professionally — to have uncomfortable conversations with other men.”
But the host of HBO's "Last Week Tonight" regrets that "it didn’t really go anywhere constructive, so the whole thing just made me feel sad.”
"As hard as it is, I think that I wanted to choose truth over shame."
One of the accusers was a good friend of his daughter's.
Working with the actor was a "horrific, demoralizing and abusive experience," Kathryn Rossetter said.
"It's that kind of response to this stuff that pisses me off."
Actor was trying to get the 17-year-old intern to "relax," says Volker Schlöndorff, who directed "Death of a Salesman."
Writer Anna Graham Hunter says Hoffman repeatedly groped her on the set of a 1985 TV film.
It's Hollywood's version of hide-and-seek.