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Kate Winslet says she has "bitter regrets" about working with unnamed "men of power"

As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, Kate Winslet recently spoke out against the culture of sexual harassment in Hollywood, saying at the London Critics’ Circle awards on Sunday that she has “bitter regrets” over the “poor decisions” she made in working with certain certain “directors, producers, and men of power.”…

Alec Baldwin thinks everyone is being “unfair” to Woody Allen

Every once in a while, it seems possible that there’s actually more than one Alec Baldwin. On one end of the spectrum, there’s the fun, personable guy who keeps getting new TV shows over on ABC, and on the other, there’s the guy who said all of that awful shit to his daughter that one time, the guy who thinks late…

Seth Meyers asks women to lead us into the future in searing Golden Globes monologue

Leading up the ceremonial duties for the largest Hollywood gathering since the revelations of just how deep the culture of sexual harassment (and misogyny) runs in the film and TV industry—and really, anywhere—was going to be a tough task for anyone. And while handing over that kind of platform to a white man again…

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Ellen Page discusses Brett Ratner harassment, remorse about Woody Allen in lengthy Facebook post

By now it’s safe to assume every female actor in Hollywood has experienced harassment—actually, just assume every female everywhere—but it’s always more helpful to hear it from them directly, in dispiriting detail. This afternoon Ellen Page joined the fray with a lengthy Facebook post sharing her experiences working…

Stephen Colbert asks Ronan Farrow about Harvey Weinstein—and Woody Allen

On Friday’s Late Show, Stephen Colbert’s first guest was Ronan Farrow, whose exposé about the now voluminously alleged history of sexual harassment and assault by Hollywood power producer Harvey Weinstein ran in the New Yorker’s October 23 issue. Farrow acknowledged Colbert’s credit of New York Times reporters Jodi…

You have 2 guesses as to what the new Woody Allen movie is about, and you’ll only need 1

Woody Allen no longer casts himself as the romantic lead in his films, but it’s still pretty obvious when the director’s own viewpoints, neuroses, and inclinations are coming out of his male leads’ mouths. All of which is to say that a new Woody Allen movie, tentatively titled A Rainy Day In New York, is currently…

No no, Woody Allen thinks Harvey Weinstein is a “sad, sick man”

Woody Allen is clarifying a comment he made to BBC News about accused serial rapist Harvey Weinstein the other day. Originally, the British outlet quoted the director as saying “the whole Harvey Weinstein thing is very sad for everybody involved,” observing that while “tragic for the poor women that were involved,” …