Mayim Bialik responded to criticism Sunday after feminists described her op-ed about Harvey Weinstein and her childhood in Hollywood as “victim blaming.”
Hollywood agents are having their celebrity clients steer clear of Megyn Kelly’s hour of NBC’s “Today” show, Variety newspaper reported on Friday, although network officials say that claim is nonsense.
Jimmy Kimmel doesn’t appear too shaken up that his Republican viewership has taken a plunge since he waded into politics on his late-night ABC talk show.
Woody Allen is sounding the alarm against a Hollywood “witch hunt” in the wake of the allegations of sexual misconduct against movie producer Harvey Weinstein.
British singer Ed Sheeran has told fans via Instagram that he’s had a bicycle injury and may have to change some concert dates.
The Weinstein Co., mired in a sex scandal, may be putting itself up for sale.
Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was ousted Saturday from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the organization behind the annual Oscars awards ceremony, as the once-powerful Hollywood producer continues to come under fire for a wave of newly surfaced allegations of sexual harassment and assault.
The woman who claimed she was raped last weekend by Nelly, a Grammy-winning rap artist, isn’t willing to testify against him and wants police to end their probe into the alleged incident, according to her attorney.
For six seasons stand-up comic Billy Gardell portrayed half of the title characters on the CBS sitcom “Mike & Molly.” After the show wrapped, Mr. Gardell flexed his dramatic acting muscles, playing Elvis’ notorious manager, Colonel Tom Parker, in the CMT series “Sun Records,” but he’s now back at his stand-up comedy roots. Mr. Gardell discussed playing a “bad guy” and all things “Mike & Molly.”
Far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Friday alleged being sexually assaulted by several Hollywood producers amid an onslaught of accusations surfacing against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.