Dench worked with Weinstein on numerous movies, including her Oscar-winning role in 'Shakespeare in Love'.
The agreement, announced by the New York attorney general, would resolve two lawsuits against the disgraced producer.
The movie producer is now in isolation at the maximum security Wende Correctional Facility in New York state, law enforcement officials told Deadline.
Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison — and there has been no shortage of reactions to the news.
Ben Affleck was on Harvey Weinstein's "red flag list," according to recently unsealed court documents. Prior to the publication of bombshell reports, which ignited the MeToo movement and led to the former movie mogul's downfall, Weinstein kept a list of names of people he was concerned could be talking to journalists in 2017 about his […]
What's next for Harvey Weinstein? He faces the possibility of 29 years in prison after Monday's guilty verdict.
Rose McGowan has said that she regrets going after Natalie Portman and her political statement at the Oscars.
The 'Richard Jewell' star and Oscar-winner said 'times were different' before the #MeToo movement took hold in Hollywood.
According to Thursday's court filing, Harvey Weinstein "terrified and sexually abused" Kaja Sokola. He previously denied her claims.
Under the alleged settlement terms, Harvey Weinstein won't admit to any wrongdoing or pay anything to his accusers himself.
The cult-favourite auteur says he stopped caring what anybody thought about him.
The actress says Weinstein was "a very, very important figure in my life."
Brad Pitt talks threatening Harvey Weinstein after learning that the disgraced producer had sexually harassed his then girlfriend Gwyneth Paltrow.
Cara Delevingne has said that Harvey Weinstein advised her to 'get a beard' rather than make her sexuality known to the public.
In an interview with The Sunday Times, Brad Pitt compared the Manson family murders of 1969 to the downfall of Harvey Weinstein, saying the disgraced mogul was a modern example of Hollywood "recalibrating" itself. The publication sat down with Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio to discuss their latest film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," which […]
"I've been called one of the first to speak out. No. I was the first. I called the New York Times. I blew it wide open, not them," McGowan said in a new interview.
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