One of the sentiments that has been repeated when talking about the recent allegations against Harvey Weinstein has been, “Well gosh, I had no idea.” The women who have come forward with their stories definitely knew about the alleged creepiness that was going on. Well, so did Harvey’s good buddy Quentin Tarantino. Quentin saw something, and he didn’t say something, and he’s really sorry about that.
Blythe Danner Slapped At Maureen Dowd For Implying That Goopy Paltrow Was Compliant With Harvey Weinstein
There’s nothing I love more than when Hollywood takes the quill out of its ass and starts a round of infighting through the written word (see The Open Letter Battle of Sinead O’Connor and Miley Cyrus of 2013). The whole Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal has now led to an op-ed war, courtesy of Maureen Dowd. Continue reading
Ever since The New York Times officially uncovered Harvey Weinstein to be the diddler on the roof a lot of people knew him to be, it’s been a fashion nightmare. No, not because we have to see photos of Harvey in all those ill-fitting suits, but because his wife co-runs a fashion label that is reportedly tanking. Continue reading
Women, men, and potted plants of The Weinstein Company can breathe a sigh of relief. TMZ says that The Weinstein Company held a meeting this morning to discuss what to do about Cain and Abel this morning. Co-founder Harvey Weinstein is officially off the board of directors and out the door. And according to TMZ, his dear brother Bob Weinstein isn’t too far behind.
Remember that scene in the sixth season of Game Of Thrones when Daenerys becomes queen of the Dothraki by burning the whole fucking Khal house down? The Hollywood equivalent is going down right now with Rose McGowan. Continue reading
While I haven’t done the exact calculations, I believe that the second-most said word at any film awards show (right after a fake-surprised “Wow!“) is the name Harvey Weinstein. Everyone from Gwyneth Paltrow to Jennifer Lawrence have thanked Harvey. But in 2009, Kate Winslet won her first Academy Award for The Reader, a film distributed by The Weinstein Company, and tradition states that she should have gushed over Harvey in her acceptance speech, but she didn’t. According to Kate, that was on purpose.