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Hero of the Week: Kelly Bachman

Sarah Posted by Sarah at October 25, 2019 13:22:40 October 25, 2019 13:22:40
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You may have heard that Harvey Weinstein poked his head above the surface of his slime pool the other day, attending a performance event in New York called Actor’s Hour. At this event, billed as “the first pop-up speakeasy dedicated to artists”, comedian Kelly Bachman threw off her cloak, bared her Wonder Woman armor, and marched across that battlefield like a goddess. Full Story

Uma Thurman’s Story

Sarah Posted by Sarah at February 5, 2018 14:21:55 February 5, 2018 14:21:55
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We knew she had one. Since the red carpet interview where she said, “I’ve been waiting to feel less angry. And when I’m ready, I’ll say what I have to say.” Then came her Thanksgiving Instagram Full Story

Rose McGowan, Ben Affleck, and Harvey Weinstein

Lainey Posted by Lainey at January 31, 2018 14:41:21 January 31, 2018 14:41:21
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Rose McGowan’s book, Brave, came out yesterday. She’s also promoting her E! docuseries Citizen Rose. As you know, Rose alleges that Harvey Weinstein raped her in 1997 at Sundance and she was one of the first women to challenge Harvey, both publicly and behind the scenes, one of the loudest silence breakers who continues to call out systemic corruption and abuse in Hollywood. Full Story

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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Dear Gossips,

  Do you listen to the Bill Simmons Podcast? I go in and out of it, depending on the guest. Last week his guest was Janice Min, now Co-President and Chief Creative Officer of The Hollywood Reporter-Billboard Media Group and formerly the editor of US Weekly, in its prime.  Read Full Intro

Quentin Tarantino: What next?

Sarah Posted by Sarah at October 20, 2017 12:47:14 October 20, 2017 12:47:14
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Beginning with Pulp Fiction in 1994, Harvey Weinstein produced all of Quentin Tarantino’s feature films. It’s a collaboration that spans twenty-three years—twenty-four if you go back to 1993 and True Romance, which Tarantino wrote. That’s almost a quarter of a century spent making movies with the same producer/distributor, through the Miramax heyday and The Weinstein Company reinvention. Full Story