Five days after the New York Times' bombshell report on Harvey Weinstein, the New Yorker has published an exhaustive investigation by Ronan Farrow that includes even more jaw-dropping allegations of systematic intimidation and serial sexual harassment and assault by the film studio co-founder.
Accusers who share their stories in the piece, reported over a 10-month period, include well-known actresses such as Rosanna Arquette, Mira Sorvino and Asia Argento, as well as a number of aspiring actresses and producers. The report also features an audio recording apparently of Weinstein pressuring one of his accusers, an Italian model named Ambra Battilana Gutierrez.
Sylvester Stallone and Michael B. Jordan are ready to get back in the ring.
Stallone announced via Instagram late Monday that he will be directing and producing a sequel to the 2015 boxing hit "Creed," which revitalized the venerable "Rocky" franchise, grossing $174 million worldwide.
“Looking forward to directing and Producing The incredibly talented Michael B Jordan in CREED 2 next year," Stallone wrote. "One more Round!"
“Late Night” host Seth Meyers invited writers Amber Ruffin, Ally Hord and Jenny Hagel to comment on the “stunning” allegations that Weinstein has been paying off his accusers for decades, as well as the producer’s “equally stunning” apology.
The debut of a new "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" trailer is here, and the fanfare is so big ESPN used the evocative movie text crawl to promote Monday Night Football.
Lucasfilm premiered their latest "Star Wars" trailer during the Minnesota Vikings-Chicago Bears. Get a glimpse of the further adventures of Rey, Luke, Finn, Leia, Poe and Kylo Ren.
In the initial teaser trailer, we saw Rey (Daisy Ridley) studying with Luke (Mark Hamill) and using the Force to reach out as images and quick-cut action sequences flowed by. This time, we get a bit more plot as the last Jedi -- seemingly Luke Skywalker and Rey -- continue to be hunted.
Syndicated radio host and patron saint of the lovelorn Delilah Rene Luke will take a leave of absence after the death of her teenage son from suicide.
"My dear friends, I need to share some devastating news with you," Delilah said Saturday on Facebook. "In the early morning hours, Tuesday, October 3, my son, Zachariah, took his life."
The iHeartMedia host, heard locally on KFSH 95.9-FM, said her son was being "treated, counseled, and embraced fiercely by family and friends" during an ongoing battle with depression and that her heart was broken by his death.
Country rock pioneer Chris Hillman’s album release show that had been scheduled for Oct. 16 at the Troubadour in West Hollywood has been postponed following the death last week of Tom Petty, who produced the album.
The show will now take place Oct. 23 at the Troudabour.
The founding member of the Byrds, the Flying Burrito Brothers and the Desert Rose Band said through a spokeswoman that the show will be rescheduled out of respect for Petty’s family.
“I’m honored and proud to be part of such an iconic show with a diverse, smart, strong and interesting group of women,” McCain said in a statement released by the network. “I’ve been a fan of the show for many years, so taking my seat at that table is definitely a career highlight!”
The recent Las Vegas concert massacre has prompted FX to air an edited version of this week's episode of "American Horror Story: Cult," which included a scene involving gun violence.
FX confirmed that "American Horror Story" co-creator Ryan Murphy and the show's producers have made "substantial edits" to the opening scene of Tuesday's episode.
The episode begins with a mass shooting at a political rally. The scene in question was filmed two months ago and, as FX said in its statement, "portrays an occurrence of gun violence that has sadly become all too common in our country, contains a sequence that some viewers might find traumatic."
As it turns out, James Woods is not retiring from the entertainment industry, and he's definitely not announcing it in a real estate listing.
The two-time Oscar-nominated actor on Saturday debunked reports of his Hollywood ending, but not before he saw how the mistake would play out in the media, which scrambled to report out the bizarre means of "retirement" communication last week. (This publication included.)
“My career is not going to end in a real estate announcement,” the “Family Guy” actor told the Washington Post. “It’s just funny.... My agent said, ‘Are you retired?’ I said, ‘I don’t think so, am I?’”
The reports of my retirement are greatly exaggerated... (😉 to Mark Twain)