Dustin Hoffman has denied several new claims of sexual harassment, including an allegation that he exposed himself to a 16-year-old friend of his daughter and assaulted others.
British talk show host John Oliver grilled Dustin Hoffman over the allegations of sexual harassment against him during an awkward 45-minute on-stage Q&A in New York last night.
In a striking and raw demonstration of the angst that has accumulated over Hollywood’s sexual harassment scandals, HBO host John Oliver sparred with Dustin Hoffman during an awkward 45-minute Q&A intended as a prologue to a 20th-anniversary screening of the film Wag the Dog . (Check out the video of the exchange below, courtesy of the Washington Post .) Tonight’s event at the 92nd Street Y, a benefit for the Tribeca Film Institute, featured Hoffman, Robert De Niro, producer…
Meryl Streep has said that she's accepted an apology from Dustin Hoffman over an incident of groping back in the 1970s.
Writer Anna Graham Hunter has accused Dustin Hoffman of sexual harassment, detailing incidents that allegedly took place on the set of ‘Death Of A Salesman’ in 1985.
The Meyerowitz Stories, by director Noah Baumbach, could spell something of a dramatic comeback for the maligned star.
The classic weepy ‘Kramer vs. Kramer’ may have trawled the Oscars in 1980, but a new book has lifted the lid on the alleged tempestuous behaviour on set, notably from its star Dustin Hoffman. The movie, released in 1979 and helmed by Richard Benton, starred Hoffman alongside Meryl Streep, playing a couple in the midst of the bitter custody battle of their son.