‘Scream’ Star Skeet Ulrich Calls Harvey Weinstein ‘Deplorable’ (Video)

Star of Dimension Films classic says Bob Weinstein “will find a way to make quality films” after sexual misconduct scandal

A leading man from “Scream,” the iconic slasher movie from Bob Weinstein’s Dimension Films, spoke out on the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct scandal currently rocking Hollywood.

Skeet Ulrich, who played Billy Loomis in the 1996 Wes Craven project, visited TheWrap Studios on Monday where he discussed the decades-long rape and sexual harassment charges Harvey is facing.

“I think its deplorable, and I think any person with a conscience is relieved that it’s finally come out and he’s facing justice,” Ulrich told host Stuart Brazell.

“If we could push that to our presidency as well, that would be great,” Ulrich added.

“Scream” was a genre sensation that spawned three sequels and went on to gross nearly $540 million total for Dimension at the worldwide box office, according to The Numbers.

Ulrich costarred in the film with Rose McGowan, one Harvey’s accusers and arguably the most vocal among dozens of women who said the mogul assaulted them. Additional “Scream” stars include Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette.

Ulrich is currently guest starring on The CW’s “Riverdale,” as a gang leader on the edge of a small town.

Watch the full interview above.