Like many others in Hollywood, the makers of Wind River—a film about the sexual abuse of Native American women—have distanced themselves from the Weinstein Company, partly in hopes of preserving their awards buzz.
A group of Weinstein Company employees have issued a statement condemning their former boss Harvey Weinstein and requesting to be released from their NDAs so that they can “speak openly.”
On Thursday, the New York Times published an exhaustively reported exposé on a long history of alleged sexual harassment on the part of Hollywood power house Harvey Weinstein. Weinstein has since been fired from the Weinstein Company, and numerous individuals who have worked with him have spoken out against his…
Three days after the New York Times released a bombshell report detailing decades of his alleged sexual abuse, Harvey Weinstein has been fired from the eponymous production company that he helped found.
It’s the old Fox News chestnut: earn a journalism degree, work your way up to a news room, executive pulls penis on you, stay silent for ten years and then finally come forward after decades of accusations surface in the mainstream media.
Tulip Fever, the sexxxy new movie about the 17th century Dutch flower craze that everyone was just BEGGING for, is having a pretty weird roll-out.
On Wednesday, Weinstein Television announced that they were working with former Today and MSNBC host Tamron Hall on a daily live studio audience talk show, as well as developing other non-scripted programming.