Selena Gomez and Elle Fanning are the latest crop of young woman performers to be labeled “Woody Allen’s Muse.” Congrats.
Writers of Jezebel spend a lot of time thinking about bad men. Despite what MRA forums may tell you, it’s not that we seek them out or get pleasure from reporting on them because, in reality, it’s terribly depressing how many there are and that so many of them are powerful and seemingly untouchable.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that old white men can—generally—say reprehensible things without suffering meaningful consequences. Such is the case with Bill Maher who, on his Friday show, performed a modicum amount of remorse for dropping the n-word last week and will now resume life as usual.
I did not expect this week’s biggest piece of non-Trump-related celebrity news to center around Dr. Phil and Shelley Duvall, but that’s the hand I was dealt, so it’s the hand I will play.
In an interview with The Guardian, improbably prolific writer/director Woody Allen talked “exclusively about sex, antisemitism, the impact of that abuse allegation – and his dream of racing Usain Bolt.” Sounds fun, doesn’t it? I love a subhead that refers to an accusation of child abuse as “that abuse allegation”…
Hey, remember when Amber Heard decided she would send all of that settlement money from her ‘stache of an ex Johnny Depp to charity?
While at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday, Susan Sarandon deferred talking about Woody Allen, but her reason wasn’t a mealy-mouthed excuse.
Former girlfriends of Hugh Hefner and Girls Next Door Holly Madison and Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett are currently in a heated feud after Madison made comments to People about how she’s no longer interested in pursuing a friendship with Wilkinson.
On Wednesday, The Hollywood Reporter published a searing op-ed by Woody Allen’s son Ronan Farrow, in which Farrow discussed but did not name the “powerful publicist” who helps his father continue making movies. On Thursday, “in retaliation for publishing Farrow’s essay,” THR was banned from covering a Cannes lunch for…
Participating in a University of Chicago live taping of David Axelrod’s podcast The Axe Files, former Daily Show host Jon Stewart got a bit rankled when an audience member asked about frequent Daily Show guest Louis C.K. and what thought goes into booking someone with an alleged history of sexual harassment.
In a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter, Ronan Farrow writes about the thick wall of protection surrounding his father Woody Allen, whose alleged history of sexual abuse has been systematically glossed over.
Kristen Stewart, who stars in Woody Allen’s upcoming Café Society, tells Variety that she initially had some reservations about working with the director due to his history of alleged sexual abuse towards young women, but ultimately decided to put those reservations aside because SHE DOESN’T KNOW HIS LIFE.
You’ll be glad to hear that Woody Allen sleeps great. “Like a dead person,” he told the Hollywood Reporter, in a recent interview out today. He also shared some thoughts about how he Pygmalion-ed his wife into a sophisticated lady, and a few ominous hints about a new TV show he’s making with Miley Cyrus, who once…
Diane Keaton, beloved actress and frequent wearer of hats, turns 70 years old today. And in those seven decades on this planet, she has worn several different kinds of hats—from black ones to white ones, and from bowlers to berets*. But which of those iconic head covers best represents you?
Guess what? Actresses are still accepting roles in Woody Allen movies. This time, it’s Kristen Stewart who will be seen in Allen’s next project. She’ll be joining a cast that includes Blake Lively, Parker Posey, Jeannie Berlin, Corey Stoll, Ken Stott, Bruce Willis and Jesse Eisenberg, Stewart’s co-star from 2009’s …
In a new interview, Woody Allen discusses his relationship with wife Soon-Yi Previn. He says she “responded to someone paternal.”
On Tuesday’s night’s Conan, Emma Stone dropped by, and ended up discussing her now-regular collaborator Woody Allen, a very relevant force in the entertainment industry who needed her to explain what Twitter was to him.