She Is ‘Maisel’, Hear Her Roar: Amazon Series Creators & Stars On #MeToo Timing & Blazing A New Trail

Two-thirds of the way into the pilot of Amazon Studios’ The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, there’s a moment that underscores just how unflappable Rachel Brosnahan’s uptown Jewish housewife heroine, Miriam ‘Midge’ Maisel, truly is. Her business suit-wearing wannabe stand-up hack of a husband, Joel (Michael Zegen), drops the news on the eve of what will be a very busy Yom Kippur […]

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Big Brother’s JC Gets Called Out for Misusing #MeToo

Putting him in his place. Big Brother stars Angie “Rockstar” Lantry and Haleigh Broucher called out housemate JC Mounduix for his misuse of the sexual harassment awareness term, #MeToo. In a clip from the online live feed of the reality show which surfaced on Saturday, August 11, Mounduix, 28, comes under fire for nonchalantly using the reference during a conversation. “It’s not […]

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Maggie Gray goes scorched earth on ‘vile piece of trash’ James Dolan

James Dolan has gained many enemies for his disastrous track record as Knicks owner, but to WFAN host Maggie Gray he’s simply a bad person. Gray trashed Dolan on the “Carlin, Maggie & Bart” show Thursday afternoon, calling him, among many other names, a “hypocrite” for releasing a song sympathetic to the #MeToo movement after his past handling of a […]

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Has the #MeToo movement lost its clout?

The #MeToo outrage seems to be subsiding. The signs were everywhere this week. Chris Hardwick was back to work at AMC and NBC two months after an ex-girlfriend complained about the way he treated her during the three years they dated. Al Franken, who gave up his US Senate seat in January amid groping allegations, said he might run for […]

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Vanessa Hudgens and Nina Dobrev Cover Our September Issue and Get Real About BFFs, #MeToo, and Their Firsts

Nina Dobrev and Vanessa Hudgens have a few things in common: They’re both about to turn 30. They’re both Coachella goddesses who can ignite a trend with the tap of a ‘gram. And they’ve both dismantled Disney-fied images. Goodbye, PG-rated teenidoldom; hello, complicated splendor of womanhood. First stop? Their new big-screen comedy, Dog Days. Vanessa on her favorite day with […]

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Jennifer Aniston: Some women have treated me worse than men in Hollywood

Jennifer Aniston has encountered sexual harassment and sexism in Hollywood, but not necessarily in the way one would think. In the cover story for InStyle’s September issue, the actress, 49, told writer and producer Molly McNearney that it hasn’t always been men who have treated her the worst in the entertainment industry. “I’ve definitely had some sloppy moves made on […]

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Stars pen op-ed supporting Asia Argento after Anthony Bourdain backlash

A number of sexual assault and harassment survivors, including Rose McGowan, Terry Crews, Patricia Arquette, Olivia Munn and Mira Sorvino penned an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times defending vocal #MeToo participant and fellow assault survivor Asia Argento after she received backlash over the suicide of her boyfriend, Anthony Bourdain. Since Bourdain’s death, the op-ed reads, Argento “has now found […]

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Child stardom may have saved Jodie Foster from a #MeToo moment

Jodie Foster believes that being a child star may have saved her from sexual harassment as an adult. “The weird cauldron that made me – working from the time I was three years old, supporting my family by the time that I was seven, super-strong mom, over-confident personality, celebrity young enough that I learned to be stand-offish … I think […]

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Alec Baldwin jokes that #MeToo has him worried about touching his wife

Alec Baldwin is making jokes that the #MeToo movement even has him worried about inappropriately touching his wife, Hilaria Baldwin. “Isn’t it a new world between men and women now?” Baldwin said to Jerry Seinfeld in an upcoming episode of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.” “We’ve got to really, really be vigilant. Ever vigilant.” He goes on to say, “I put […]

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Ashley Judd brings the spirit of #MeToo to South Sudan

JUBA, South Sudan — In her first visit to civil war-torn South Sudan, actress Ashley Judd had a message for survivors of sexual assault in a country where rape is a widespread weapon. “I see you, I love you and I’m here for you,” she said in an interview with The Associated Press. Seated on the floor and surrounded by […]

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