Hollywood's open dirty secret: Why Harvey Weinstein isn't an outlier
Friday, 13 October 2017 The entertainment business and the media need to bear responsibility for what happened and continues to happen, says DW's Hollywood insider Scott Roxborough. Sexual abuse is endemic in the film industry.
The founder of entertainment website The Wrap said The New York Times killed a story about Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein's history of sexual harassment over a decade ago after pressure from A-list celebrities and Weinstein himself. In a column on Sunday, Sharon Waxman responded to New York Times...
It looks like Frances McDormand’s Oscar speech, requesting that members of the Hollywood community ask for inclusion riders in all of their upcoming projects, has already made an impact. Ben Affleck.. Source: Wochit -
Frontline has released an hour-long documentary delving into the behavior of serial sexual predator Harvey Weinstein. It focuses on how those around helped to conceal his decades of abuse. Aided by.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -
Hollywood Men Launch Anti-Sexual Harassment #AskMoreOfHim Campaign The #MeToo campaign now has a male counterpart that involves actors like David Arquette and David Schwimmer. #AskMoreOfHim open letter.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
Established screen stars Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem were among the best of Spanish film talent honoured on Saturday at the 2018 Goya Awards in Madrid. Some carried red fans carrying the slogan.. Source: Euronews English -
Actress Rose McGowan, who has accused disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein of rape, says his behavior was not a secret. "Everybody knew. I know that. I was there," she told Robin Roberts Tuesday.. Source: Inside Edition -