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Did You Hear ...? Harvey Weinstein never ends, Johnny Depp sues and more from the week in entertainment

An “old dinosaur” continued to fall, a group of women got real, an attorney asked for forgiveness, a movie star sued his attorney, stars raised money and a pop star explained his year off. Here’s all that news and more from this week in entertainment.

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Molly Ringwald essay prompts Jeffrey Katzenberg to apologize for lewd comment he denies making

Molly Ringwald's experiences with Harvey Weinstein were, she says, more a matter of bad taste than bad behavior. But that can't be said about the rest of Hollywood when she was a career-on-fire young actress fueled by her success in the films of John Hughes.

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Tracee Ellis Ross sings her Emmy prep song: How celebs are readying for tonight (including Oprah!)
Did You Hear ...? Colin Trevorrow is out, the Emmys are in and more from the week in entertainment

A franchise and a director broke up, an awards show loomed, casting decisions were made, a duke and duchess got domestic and a natural disaster grabbed our attention. Here’s all that news and more from this week in entertainment.

Director wanted — please contact ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’

Like the Han Solo movie before it, “Star Wars: Episode IX” is having trouble hanging on to a director.

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Did You Hear ... ? Ed Skrein walks from 'Hellboy,' Harvey victims get Hollywood help, and more from the week in entertainment

Celebrities stepped up after a storm, a comic changed her mind, a scandal shut down a beloved L.A. movie house and a Hollywood legend took a stand. Here’s all that news and more from this week in entertainment.

Here’s what a moral decision looks like in Hollywood

Whitewashing in Hollywood is nothing new.

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Olivia de Havilland, at 101, gears up for a fight in 'Feud' court battle

Hollywood legend Olivia de Havilland has strengthened her resolve in her court battle with FX and "Feud" showrunner Ryan Murphy.

The 101-year-old, two-time Oscar winner regarded the network's "weak" move on Tuesday to dismiss her latest complaint as a sign of "their continuing disrespect for her and for California law," her attorney, Suzelle M. Smith, said in a statement to The Times on Wednesday.

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