Director Quentin Tarantino admitted this week in an interview with The New York Times that he knew about much of disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual misconduct. Tarantino, who worked with Weinstein for decades, explained, "I knew enough to do more than I did. There was more to it...
The Italian actress and director Asia Argento has become the face of the #MeToo movement after breaking the silence on the sexual abuses perpetrated by Harvey Weinstein. Euronews reporter Elena.. Source: Euronews English -
After Jay-Z’s briefly rumored interest, a bailout by a company owned by a personal friend of President Trump, and reports that it would sell for less than $500 million, The Weinstein Company is about.. Source: Wochit Business -
Rose McGowan has broken a days-long silence. She has expressed sympathy over the suicide of her former manager. Her family has criticized the actress and activist. In an Instagram post Saturday,.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -
On Saturday, the New York Times published a report in which Uma Thurman alleged that Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted her while also speaking out against director Quentin Tarantino. The director.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -
It’s been three days since Uma Thurman’s powerful interview was published in the New York Times. In the piece, Thurman opened up about her traumatic experiences with Harvey Weinstein and how they.. Source: Hello Giggles -
Quentin Tarantino called the car crash that injured Uma Thurman on the set of their film "Kill Bill" "one of the biggest regrets" of his life. In a lengthy interview with Deadline published Monday, the.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -