The Murder She Wrote star said women "must sometimes take blame" for the sexual harassment they receive, in an interview with the Radio Times.
John Lasseter is the latest Hollywood exec to be accused of sexual misconduct but unlike others, his career is far from over.
If you had only one day to go ghost hunting in the capital of filmdom, you could do worse than to stake out Hollywood Boulevard. According to one source, a 1.5-mile stretch claims five reported ghostings — the highest concentration in Los Angeles County.
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is now under investigation by the London Metropolitan Police following a string of sexual assault and rape allegations.
Refresh for updates . Music legend Tom Petty died today at the age of 66 after suffering from cardiac arrest. Initially, there was confusion about Petty’s status after numerous reports came out saying that he had died. The news was later debunked and it was reported that he would not live through the day. Even so, actors, writers, and directors wasted no time in taking to social media to send their thoughts while he was in the hospital and after the official announcement…
An unnamed Hollywood casting director made some explosive comments about Asian actors... and the internet has responded.
Adam Aron sounded exhausted. The AMC Entertainment CEO had suffered a bruising week, watching the exhibition company he leads lose 27% of its value in a matter of hours after alerting analysts that its upcoming quarterly earnings would be worse than anticipated. On Aug. 4, having unveiled a calamitous report that saw the country’s largest theater... Read more »
During an interview with the blog Inverse, Milla Jovovich admits that she almost quit the first "Resident Evil" film when she found out Michelle Rodriguez was cast.
In Hollywood, nothing is more dangerous than an original idea. These days, it’s nearly impossible for studios to justify greenlighting a big-budget movie and sending it out into the heat of summer battle without the armor of a film franchise. It’s too hard to find the right marketing hook to explain a film’s premise in... Read more »
Anyone in the movie business who tells you they’re not scared stiff about the future is probably lying. There’s ample reason to be fearful. It’s been 128 years since Thomas Edison first helped usher in theatrical exhibition with the creation of the Kinetoscope, an early motion picture viewing device. In the ensuing century, cinema has... Read more »
As CinemaCon, the annual convention of theater owners, gets underway Monday, atraditional theatrical windows are facing changes.
Issues in Hollywood range largely between race and gender, and it seems the latter could be about to challenged with discrimination laws. There’s no denying that the American film industry seems to be heavily populated by a specific gender and ethnicity of person, resulting in an outcry when, as per the Oscars 2016, it was dominated by white nominees and had virtually no other skin colour or ethnicity represented. According to Deadline, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has concluded that Hollywood is guilty in discrimination against female directors, and plan to take action.
Some jokester has altered the iconic “Hollywood” sign to read “Hollyweed.” Yes, again. The vandalization of the Hollywood Hills landmark happened either late last night on New Year’s Eve or early this morning.
Despite the rumour sweeping the internet, it’s been confirmed that actor Michael Sheen will not be giving up acting to pursue political activism.
Lovable ‘Goonies’ giant Sloth is about as iconic a movie character as it’s possible to be, but the man behind the make-up lived a tragic life worthy of its own Hollywood story. Every time a noteworthy anniversary rolls around, it’s fun to catch up with the stars of Richard Donner’s seminal 80s adventure 'The Goonies’. The young cast had more than its fair share of characters: from a teenage Josh Brolin to an already-famous Corey Feldman to proto-hobbit Sean Astin, 'The Goonies’ – now 30 years old – feels like one of those dyed-in-the-wool genre classics, the kind you just can’t make any more.
Launched in 1995, the annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue was originally intended to round up the industry’s hottest young stars on a spectacular Annie Leibovitz-shot cover. Most of the ones they picked have gone on to A-list careers – but not all of them… Image credits: Vanity Fair/Annie Leibovitz
Four different directors, almost 10 years in the making and costing an alleged £100million, yet ‘Empires of the Deep’, China’s planned answer to ‘Avatar’, remains unreleased. “I think I’m the only one who’s seen it other than the creators,” says actor Steve Polites, who signed a three month contract in 2009 to play the hero of ‘Empires of the Deep’ (and weirdly two other characters), only to find himself still stuck in China nine months later. “[Jon has] a really good heart and the core of a great idea, but couldn’t let go of it,” says Mark Byers, a Hollywood veteran who came on in late 2007 as a producer to try and help.
There’s not long to go but already streets have been closed off ahead of the huge World Première for ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’. Taking place on Hollywood Boulevard on Monday (14 December), four blocks of the iconic street have been closed since Thursday in order to prepare the stage for the biggest movie event in years. - Why Was Luke Missing From Star Wars 7 Poster?