Writer and producer Scott Rosenberg: 'I am eternally sorry'Image: Albert Chau/FilmMagicIf you've tired of hearing Hollywood A-listers feign shock while sending proverbial "thoughts and prayers" to Harvey Wesintein's sexual assault victims, you're not alone. Scott Rosenberg, a screenwriter (Beautiful Girls, Con Air, High Fidelity) who worked closely with Weinstein
'You tell that sonuvabitch I'm comin' for him!'Image: Jim Smeal/REX/ShutterstockAs celebrities continue to express their disapproval and distance from Harvey Weinstien, known Hollywood Good Guy™ Tom Hanks spoke about the ongoing scandal with The New York Times. Hanks called out Weinstein's statement directly. “Look, I don’t want to rag
Image: Getty ImagesNBC is facing serious accusations that its news division turned down a major story over pressure from top-level executives... again. That story, of course, was MSNBC contributor Ronan Farrow's exposé on Harvey Weinstein, which wasn't published by MSNBC, but by The New Yorker. And details started to
Image: Invision/AP/REX/ShutterstockIn light of the allegations against Harvey Weinstein, more and more women and men in Hollywood are discussing producers and people in power who harassed and manipulated them. In an interview with theLos Angeles Times, Blake Lively said she was harassed by an unnamed makeup artist she worked
Harvey Weinstein at the Zurich Film Festival in 2016.Image: Alexander Koerner / Getty ImagesIf Harvey Weinstein's downfall is a chilling reminder of the ways in which men can and do abuse their powers, it's an equally effective demonstration of why their victims find it so difficult to come forward.
Megyn Kelly's bumpy road continuesImage: Invision/AP/REX/ShutterstockA few weeks into her new daytime talk show for NBC, Megyn Kelly is still struggling to find her voice and traction with her audience, a battle that's reflected by some lukewarm ratings. SEE ALSO: Jane Fonda wasn't even the worst part of Megyn
Harvey Weinstein.Image: Getty ImagesOne of the counter-arguments in the whole Harvey Weinstein saga that keeps seeping through social media as more celebrities speak up against the disgraced Hollywood producer is: why didn't these women come forward years ago? Why not before the New York Times investigation and the public
George Clooney and Harvey Weinstein in 2006.Image: Nick Papananias/Patrick McMullan via Getty ImagesSome are saying they definitely knew. Others are pleading total ignorance. Hey, at least they're saying something. SEE ALSO: The Harvey Weinstein story has only begun to unravel. Bigger names and uglier tales await. Several days after