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‘Entourage’ Extra Alleges Jeremy Piven Sexually Assaulted Her In 2009 – Report

Anastasia Taneie, a woman who worked as an extra on Entourage, has made fresh allegations of unwanted sexual advances by Emmy winner Jeremy Piven. Taneie told BuzzFeed News that in 2009, Piven forcibly pushed her up against a wall in a dark hallway, grabbing her breasts and genitals, during a break from filming on the HBO series. Taneie joins other women who have accused Piven of sexual harassment or assault dating back to 1995. He has denied the allegations. In her… Read

Box Office

‘Coco’ Earns A+ CinemaScore & Dances To $70M+; ‘Justice League’ Solid With $63M+: Thanksgiving B.O.

Coco

Thanksgiving AM Update: Moviegoers love CocoThe Disney film earned an A+ CinemaScore last night, Pixar’s 6th ever, and the best since Up. On top of that, Coco came in much higher on its first day with an estimated $13.3M; which is behind Thanksgiving openers Moana ($15.5M) and Frozen ($15.1M) and ahead of Good Dinosaur ($9.76m) and Tangled ($11.9M). Currently, the Lee Unkrich-Adrian Molina film should hit $70M-plus in five days, and $47M over three days. But given how… Read

Film

Jane Campion: It’s A “Fairy Tale” Time For Women In The Entertainment Business

The Piano and Top Of The Lake filmmaker Jane Campion has said the sexual harassment scandal in Hollywood has made it a "fairytale" time to be a woman in the entertainment business. Speaking at the Screen Production and Development Association Conference in Wellington, New Zealand, Campion said, “Women are being believed and the men fired. This is breathtaking. I have never seen anything like this solidarity and call to action in my life.” “The more we speak out, the less… Read

Awardsline

‘Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World’ EPs On Their Celebration Of Musical Icons

“It's my first time seeing [the film]. It's fantastic, so moving. It's really a huge breakthrough—a huge subject. I think you can see this film again and again because there's so much stuff in here that I didn't know, that I'm grateful to find out,” iconic singer-songwriter Jackson Browne says of Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World, a Sundance-premiering documentary in which he appeared. “So many people in this film are people I do know, but they all deserve a deep… Read

Film

Allison Williams Says ‘Peter Pan’ Performance Scored Her ‘Get Out’ Role

Girls star Allison Williams claimed that she secured her role in horror breakout Get Out thanks to her performance in NBC's Peter Pan Live! Williams played the eponymous role in the 2014 live television special and told The Tonight Show‘s Jimmy Fallon that it was this performance that convinced Jordan Peele to cast her in his Blumhouse-produced horror film, which scored global box office of $254M on a $4.5M budget. "Jordan cast me because of Peter Pan. He was like, 'If… Read

Film

IMAX & Odeon Team Up To Launch Europe’s First Virtual Reality Experience

IMAX has teamed with cinema chain Odeon to launch Europe's first virtual reality entertainment center. The two companies are launching the IMAX VR Experience Centre in Manchester, England at Odeon's Trafford Centre movie theater. The center, which consists of ten "pods" that will allow customers to enjoy interactive VR experiences, joins other VR centers in Los Angeles, New York City, Toronto and Shanghai. IMAX is also expected to launch five more centers in the U.S and… Read

Film

‘Tulip Fever’ Producer Alison Owen Lifts The Lid On Working With Weinstein

Elizabeth and Suffragette producer Alison Owen has lifted the lid on working with Harvey Weinstein — highlighting the problems with challenging the disgraced movie mogul over rumors of his behavior. Former Working Title exec Owen, who worked with Weinstein on five films during his days running Miramax and The Weinstein Company, was speaking on #Me Too: The Debate, a one-off UK panel show for Viacom's Channel 5. "I knew all the rumors and everybody in the [Weinstein… Read

International

‘Rellik’ & ‘The Miniaturist’ Head To China Via Streaming Service iQIYI

Cinemax and BBC crime drama Rellik and PBS/BBC co-production The Miniaturist are heading to China after All3Media International closed its first-ever drama deal in the country. Both series have been picked up by Chinese digital platform iQIYI, which has more than 20M streaming subscribers. Rellik, which is produced by New Pictures and Two Brothers Pictures, stars Game Of Thrones' Richard Dormer and The Crown's Jodi Balfour. The six-part drama, written by The Missing… Read

International

BBC Upgrades Scandinavian Crime Drama ‘The Bridge’ To BBC Two

The BBC has upgraded Scandinavian crime drama The Bridge — moving the series from digital station BBC Four to mainstream channel BBC Two. The final series of the Swedish/Danish co-production, which is produced by Endemol Shine Group's Filmlance International and Nimbus Film, will air in 2018 after the UK broadcaster closed a deal with distributor ZDF Enterprises. It will see the return of Saga and Henrik, played by Sofia Helin and Thure Lindhart, as they attempt to solve… Read

Film

‘The Death Of Stalin’ Wins Three British Independent Film Awards

Armando Iannucci's political satire The Death of Stalin has taken an early lead at The British Independent Film Awards – picking up three awards as part of the event's newly introduced craft section. The Death of Stalin, which stars Andrea Riseborough, Rupert Friend, Paddy Considine, Steve Buscemi and Jeffrey Tambor and centers on the last days of the Soviet dictator, won Best Casting for Sarah Crowe, Best Production Design for Cristina Casali and Best Make Up & Hair… Read

breakingInternational

Dmitri Hvorostovsky Has Died; Charismatic Siberian Baritone Was 55

Dmitri Horostovsky, a singer possessed of a penetrating baritone as deep as his Siberian soul, along with matinee-idol looks that made him a star beyond the classical-music world, died Wednesday. He was 55 and had waged a heart-breaking battle with brain cancer since revealing his illness in June 2015. His management agency, Askonas Holt, said he died in hospice care near his London home. To roles as diverse as Verdi’s tragic court jester Rigoletto, Mozart’s faithless Don… Read

Business

Jeffrey Tambor Says Latest Sexual Harassment Claim Was An “Enthusiastic Farewell”

A third accuser, and the first non-transgender individual, is alleging that Jeffrey Tambor sexually harassed her back in 2001, saying that he forcibly kissed her. Like before, the Transparent star is apologizing for any upset and denying the claims. In a statement obtained by Deadline, Tambor responded to Tamara Delbridge’s allegation by saying: “I have absolutely no recollection of anything like this incident ever happening. If it did, it wasn't meant as anything more… Read