Justin Timberlake releases Supplies music video

Justin Timberlake is stuck in a post-apocalyptic Los Angeles in his new music video — but don’t worry, he’s got “Supplies” and Pharrell Williams to back him up. “I’ll be the generator/Turn me on when you need electricity,” he sings in the second video from his forthcoming album, Man of The Woods.

Rebecca Hall donates wages from Woody Allen movie to Time's Up

Rebecca Hall is the latest actress to express regret over working with Woody Allen, while also pledging her salary from her recent project with the filmmaker to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund. “The day after the [Harvey] Weinstein accusation broke in full force I was shooting a day

Former 'Community' writer Megan Ganz forgives Dan Harmon

Megan Ganz, a former Community writer who has also worked on Modern Family and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, said on social media that she forgives Community creator Dan Harmon for sexual harassment following his public apology. “Here’s a weird one for you: Last week, I called out my

Ashley Graham shares her #MeToo story on The View

America’s Next Top Model judge Ashley Graham is adding her voice to the chorus of women saying #MeToo. On an appearance on The View Tuesday, Graham discussed her experiences as a teenage model and shared a harrowing story from a photo shoot when she was 17 years old. “I was

The Globes’ dress “blackout’ is causing designer chaos

see also Hollywood is prepared to make a powerful statement tonight with actresses and actors choosing to wear black to the Golden Globes — a sign of solidarity with the women speaking out against sexual harassment in the entertainment industry. But while the message is all about sisterhood and unity, that doesn’t

Red carpet protests are as old as award shows

Forget 2015’s #AskHerMore awards-season campaign, where actresses begged to wax poetic about their roles rather than their red-carpet regalia. At Sunday’s Golden Globes, women actually want their outfits to do the talking. Actors such as Reese Witherspoon and Jessica Chastain will reportedly ditch the self-congratulatory sparkles, pretty pastels and fashionable frippery

Celebs are cramming in colorful looks ahead of the Globes “blackout’

Awards season officially kicks off on Sunday with the Golden Globes. Usually, this is when you’d see sartorial starlets emerge — and fashion victims fall hard. But this year, fashion isn’t the focus. see also Instead, several stars are planning to don all-black ensembles to show their solidarity for Hollywood’s #MeToo movement

Why Hollywood chose the color black to represent the #MeToo movement

When stars announced their plan to wear black for the Golden Globes, fashion fans couldn’t help but wonder: Why the somber shade? According to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund, which spearheaded the Globes blackout and aims to combat gender inequality in all industries, pretty much everyone owns something black. It’s

Meryl Streep Recalls That Time Dustin Hoffman Slapped Her On Set

Meryl Streep walked away from 1979 film “Kramer vs. Kramer” with her first Academy Award and an uneasy relationship with co-star Dustin Hoffman. In an interview with The New York Times about her new project “The Post” and Hollywood’s recent reckoning with sexual abuse and harassment published Wednesday, Streep recalled a day on

Rose McGowan Is Getting An E! Docuseries About Her Life As An Activist

Actress and activist Rose McGowan is opening up her life for the cameras.  The former “Charmed” star, who was one of the early adopters of the #MeToo movement against sexual misconduct and predatory men, will star in and produce her own five-part E! documentary series titled “Citizen Rose,” the network announced Tuesday. The

Inside the Hollywood freakout over awards season after #MeToo

Instead of the usual parade of cleavage, peekaboo thighs and sheer fabrics, the red carpets of the upcoming Hollywood awards season are going to look more like the set of “The Nun’s Story.” The traditional display of vanity and paid-to-wear frippery is getting a blackout in the #MeToo age. The Hollywood Reporter

Doug Jones breaks with top Democrats on Trump

WASHINGTON – Senator-elect Doug Jones is already breaking with some prominent Democrats by refusing to call for President Trump to step down over ongoing sexual harassment allegations. “I don’t think that the president ought to resign at this point,” Jones (D-Ala.) told CNN’s “State of the Union.” In his first

Fourth woman accuses Nevada lawmaker Ruben Kihuen of sex harassment

A fourth woman has now accused Nevada lawmaker Ruben Kihuen of inappropriate conduct. The news comes just a day after the Democrat declared he wouldn’t be seeking re-election, and the House Ethics Committee announced it would be investigating allegations that he’d sexually harassed a number of women. The 24-year-old told

Actresses At Golden Globes To Wear Black To Protest Sexual Harassment

All actresses attending the 2018 Golden Globes will be wearing black, according to People. The publication says that “multiple sources” confirmed that presenters and nominees like Jessica Chastain, Mary J. Blige and Meryl Streep will be wearing “all-black looks as a symbol of protest against harassment in Hollywood.” There are

Time's Person of the Year 2017: the #MeToo Silence Breakers

— TIME (@TIME) December 6, 2017 After much anticipation, Time has announced its 2017 Person of the Year: The Silence Breakers, the individuals who are speaking out publicly about sexual harassment and sexual assault. The awarding of the title comes after several consecutive months of high-profile revelations about men in

Lorde Predicted The Downfall Of Predatory Men Back In January

An outpouring of sexual assault accusations have destroyed the reputations of some of the most powerful men in entertainment, media and politics ― and Lorde apparently predicted it. In January, the pop star tweeted a short but ominous prophecy: “these old men in power have a storm coming, the

12 million women use ’#metoo’ hashtag to share sex attack experiences following Alyssa Milano’s call to unite after Harvey Weinstein scandal

ON Sunday, American actress Alyssa Milano tweeted the call to arms. The former child star, who is now 44, posted: “If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted, write ‘Me too’.”   And suddenly, in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram filled with the devastating phrase. By yesterday