On the third game of his Jeopardy! run, Manny Abell scrawled down the incorrect answer to Tuesday night's "Final Jeopardy" question. Still, through sheer luck, he managed to secure an unlikely win. With $1,000 on his board and a bet of $999, he was left with just
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
Maybe you see it. The resemblance. Kellyanne Conway. Pennywise from IT. Kellywise the Dancing Clown. The writers at Saturday Night Live sure did. SEE ALSO: 'SNL's' response to the Harvey Weinstein scandal proves that they probably shouldn't have bothered Tonight’s offering in the ongoing cinematic saga of Kellyanne vs. Anderson Cooper
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.
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