What will awards season look like in Hollywood now that many powerful men are facing allegations of sexual assault, abuse, and misconduct stretching back decades? Fittingly enough, a funeral.
It’s awards season baby, which is the annual tradition of the Illuminati converging to award tiny gold trophies to beautiful famous people and their art.
The fate of the Weinstein Company is still up in the air, but the first reported bidder has emerged. And in a surprising twist, it’s a woman who seems to actually care about the physical and emotional wellbeing of other women.
In September Jezebel reported on a culture of sexual harassment at the popular independent Los Angeles movie theater Cinefamily. After an independent investigation was conducted, the board of directors for the theater have now decided to permanently shut down the organization and dissolve the board.
Despite the prominent presence of Mel goddamn Gibson, Daddy’s Home 2 did great box office this weekend. Behold, the thoroughness of justice in the court of public opinion!
The organization Women in Film is launching a hotline to help women and men in Hollywood report sexual harassment.
The recent wave of sexual assault allegations against powerful Hollywood men has spurred the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office to set up a task force that’s specifically focused on the entertainment business.
Justice comes excruciatingly slowly and then all at once, as evidenced by the fallout from the recent allegations that Louis C.K. has a habit of masturbating in front of women against their will.
In addition to the six women who said Brett Ratner sexually abused and harassed them in a report from the Los Angeles Times, Melanie Kohler, a former employee of Endeavor Talent Agency, also wrote in a Facebook post that Ratner had raped her. Shortly after publishing her account she was hit with a defamation suit from…
Speaking to reporters at the second series finale party for the wonderful Queen Sugar, Oprah shared one very simple method she uses for insuring that her sets are free of harassment: being picky.
On Tuesday, actress Asia Argento tweeted out a comprehensive list of the over 100 women that have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault or harassment.
In an emotional Facebook post written late Monday night, Los Angeles-based actress Kristina Cohen claimed that Ed Westwick, of Gossip Girl fame, raped her more than three years ago at his apartment.
We are currently being inundated with stories of sexual harassment and assault from the entertainment industry, and part of the reason there are so many is that this has been going on forever. For instance, in 1945, Maureen O’Hara spoke out about being harassed on set.
Disney has barred the Los Angeles Times from receiving advance screenings of its films, after the paper reported on Disneyland’s alleged corrupt deals with public officials in Anaheim, California.
I worked for Harvey Weinstein from May to August 2014. A successful independent film producer at the time, I had sold him two films in 2005, and produced over 20 altogether, 12 of them selections at Sundance. I was brought on to “fix” an ailing movie, Natalie Portman’s Jane Got a Gun, and then hired—ostensibly as a…
Six women, including actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge, have accused director and producer Brett Ratner of sexual misconduct or abuse, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times.
In a video uploaded Wednesday morning, former child actor Corey Feldman revealed his plan to make a documentary he hopes will “bring to light what is happening in the world of entertainment as far as perverts and pedophiles.” All he needs is 12 months and $10 million.
Hollywood loves a dead girl—beautiful and etched forever in collective memory at the peak of youth.