"I feel sorry for him", Hemsworth said.
On Monday, Chastain had acknowledged in a tweet that she'd been privy to rumors about Weinstein in the past.
Damon added: "I'm sure I mentioned to her that I didn't know anything about the rest of her piece, because I didn't". "To deny that is to create an environment for it to happen again".
Three actresses, including Asia Argento, accused Weinstein of sexual assault in a report by the New Yorker.
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His denial comes as Sharon Waxman wrote in an article for The Wrap that during her stint as a reporter for the New York Times, the paper had spiked her investigation into Weinstein after "coming under pressure" and after receiving calls from Damon and Russell Crowe.
Since the publication of Waxman's piece, Damon (and other men who've had working relationships with Weinstein) have drawn criticism.
Damon has since tried to clarify the situation, explaining his side of the story to Deadline. He told the publication that his conversation with Waxman was a "one minute phone call" specifically about one of Weinstein's Italian associates. "Or maybe a better question is why do we continue to let them allow it to happen". She also alleges that she tracked down an intern in London who had been paid off in a settlement with Weinstein.
Waxman corroborated Damon's statement, writing on Twitter, "I endorse Matt Damon's statement". Sharon Waxman, founder of the Wrap, writes that her own investigate reporting, which took her on an global trip to uncover rumors of Weinstein's sexual misconduct, was cut from the Times in 2004 under pressure from several Hollywood elites. Mr Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances.