The Producers Guild of America on Monday moved to expel Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein from its ranks after dozens of women accused him of sexual harassment and abuse dating back nearly three decades.
George Clooney’s former colleague on the hit show “ER,” actress Vanessa Marquez, accused him on Friday of helping “blacklist” her after she went to the show’s producer with claims of crew members’ sexual and racial harassment.
The high-profile film studio that Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein founded with his brother, Bob Weinstein, may soon be up for sale or shut down altogether.
Harvey Weinstein will challenge his firing from the studio he founded, the Weinstein Company, at its board of directors meeting later this month.
Donald Trump Jr. castigated Hollywood for its “BS lectures” in the fallout of the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse scandal this week, tweeting they can go back to “pretending to be something they’re not.”
Actor Ben Affleck apologized on Wednesday for groping actress Hilarie Burton in 2003 during an episode of MTV’s “TRL.”
Disgraced filmmaker Harvey Weinstein’s wife, Georgina Chapman, has announced that she is leaving him after the revelations of his sexual harassment of many women became public.
Actress Jessica Chastain tweeted Monday that she was aware of the rumors that powerful Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein regularly sexually harassed and assaulted women.