Morgan Spurlock Confesses Indiscretions: “I Am Part Of The Problem”
With the growing storm cloud of sexual harassment allegations hovering over Hollywood, Academy Award-nominated documentarian Morgan Spurlock has come forward and posted revelatory essay saying that he is “part of the problem.”
Spurlock posted a link to the lengthy manifesto of sorts giving his thoughts on sexual harassment and how heroes have fallen for their indiscretions asking, “when will they come for me?”
He shared his own personal stories from his past including one… Read
‘Mr. Robot’ Season 3 Finale Shocker: Sam Esmail On Tonight’s Revelation, Surprise Guest & What’s Next In Season 4
SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details about tonight's season 3 finale of Mr. Robot on USA
Holy cow. Everyone take a deep breath, because that had to be the most nail-biting season finale to date in Mr. Robot‘s three-season run.
The biggest sweat of the night involved Bobby Cannavale’s Dark Army gopher/used car salesman Irving. If we ever wondered just how far he could go before he lost it, well, tonight clearly showed that in a scene that rivaled any of Cannavale’s… Read
Oprah Winfrey To Be Honored With Cecil B. De Mille Award At Golden Globes
Actress, talk show host icon, producer, entrepreneur, and media mogul queen Oprah Winfrey is set to receive the 2018 Cecil B. de Mille Award at the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Winfrey makes history as the first black woman ever to receive the honor. The ceremony will take place at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles on Jan. 7, 2018 and be televised live on NBC.
The news of was announced by 2012 Cecil B. de Mille honoree Morgan Freeman tonight during the Hollywood… Read
Harvey Weinstein “Does Not Recall” Pressuring Salma Hayek To Do Sex Scenes In ‘Frida’
A spokesperson on behalf of Harvey Weinstein responded to Salma Hayek’s New York Times op-ed in which she detailed his inappropriate behavior and repeated sexual demands while making the 2002 Oscar-winning film Frida.
“Mr. Weinstein does not recall pressuring Salma to do a gratuitous sex scene with a female costar and he was not there for the filming,” said Weinstein’s spokesperson in a statement obtained by Deadline. “However, that was part of the story, as Frida Kahlo… Read
Robert Knepper Staying On ‘iZombie’ After Inquiry Into Sexual Misconduct Claims Found “No Evidence Of Wrongdoing”
Robert Knepper will continue as a series regular on the CW’s drama series iZombie despite multiple allegations of sexual misconduct against the Prison Break alum.
Following claims by at least five women that Knepper had assaulted them years ago, iZombie producer Warner Bros. TV conducted an investigation.
"We were deeply concerned about recent allegations regarding Robert Knepper. As a result, we conducted an internal inquiry with some of the cast and crew of iZombie,”… Read
ABC Pulls ‘The Great American Baking Show’ & Axes Judge Johnny Iuzzini Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations
ABC has fired The Great American Baking Show judge Johnny Iuzzini and axed the remaining episodes of his show amid sexual misconduct allegations.
“In light of allegations that recently came to our attention, ABC has ended its relationship with Johnny Iuzzini and will not be airing the remainder of The Great American Baking Show episodes,” an ABC spokesperson said in a statement. “ABC takes matters such as those described in the allegations very seriously and has come to… Read
‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ Star Elizabeth Marvel On Leaving Her Comfort Zone For Noah Baumbach – The Contenders Video
As POTUS Elizabeth Keane on Showtime's hit series Homeland, Elizabeth Marvel has become pretty well acquainted with the concept of female empowerment. But while he was casting his Netflix film The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), director Noah Baumbach surprised the actress by offering her the role of Jean, the quiet, dowdy but laconically funny youngest sibling of the Meyerowitz clan.
"You know," she mused at Deadline's seventh annual The Contenders awards-season… Read
Steve Reevis Dies: ‘Fargo’ & ‘Dances With Wolves’ Actor Was 55
Steve Reevis, an actor known for playing Shep Proudfoot in the Coen brothers’ Fargo and also appeared in the Best Picture Oscar winner Dances With Wolves, died unexpectedly on December 7 of unknown causes while at home on the Blackfeet reservation in Montana. He was 55.
Reevis is a member of the Blackfoot tribe and had his first role in film as a stunt rider in the 1987 film War Party. He went on to appear in many films including Geronimo, Last of the Dogmen, Twins, The Do… Read
Russell Simmons Facing More Allegations Of Sexual Assault – Reports
There are more allegations of sexual assault being made against music producer Russell Simmons.
In reports in Wednesday’s New York Times and Los Angeles Times, a total of four women accuse Simmons of rape. Former Def Jam Records… Read
‘Jean-Claude Van Johnson’ Review: Muscles From Brussels Is Strong In Satire
When the pilot for Jean-Claude Van Johnson first popped up on Amazon in August of last year, I have to admit I liked the Dave Callaham-created project, but I really didn't think it could work as a series. Well, now that the six-episode first season of the series starring Jean-Claude Van Damme is set for a December 15 launch, it’s time for me to admit I was so wrong on that one.
Funny, smart where you don't expect it, a bit shameless, framed literally and figuratively like… Read
Donald Trump Wishes Omarosa “Continued Success” After She Exits White House Under Security Escort
UPDATED with Donald Trump weighing in: President Donald Trump finally had something to say about Omarosa’s made-for-reality-TV exit from his administration.
Previously, Trump was the one who would tell Omarosa she was fired, when he was the star of The Apprentice reality TV series, and Omarosa his favorite series competitor/villainess. This time White House Chief of Staff John Kelly had to break the news to her, while Trump, ever the diplomat, tweeted “Thank you Omarosa… Read
‘Tavis Smiley’ Talk Show Suspended After PBS Investigation Into Sexual Misconduct Claims Against Host
PBS has suspended its longtime late-night talker Tavis Smiley after looking into allegations of sexual conduct against its host.
The pubcaster said that an inquiry into Tavis Smiley, who has fronted the LA-produced show for nearly 14 years, “uncovered multiple, credible allegations of conduct that is inconsistent with the values and standards of PBS.”
"Effective today, PBS has indefinitely suspended distribution of Tavis Smiley, produced by TS Media, an independent… Read