A new theatrical work by Christophe Honoré and an adaptation of a novel by Didier Eribon see prominent French gay artists reclaim their origins with striking honesty.
The R&B star has enjoyed fame despite decades of claims that he’s abused teenage girls. Why?
Mr. Lasseter, who resigned from Disney in June after complaints about unwanted touching, will build Skydance Animation. One women’s advocacy group, Time’s Up, blasted the move.
Lady Gaga talked about “going to the nectar” of her being, Charlize Theron told Emily Blunt to meet her in the back alley, and Idris Elba promised to “rock Coachella.”
Actresses and others wore bracelets and ribbons in a continuing show of solidarity with the #MeToo movement.
Mr. Landesman — a power broker in the art world — had been accused of sexually harassing several women; one of them had filed a retaliation claim against him.
National Geographic has quietly stopped airing “StarTalk” while it investigates accusations of inappropriate sexual behavior.
In the bit, part of a 50-minute set posted on YouTube over the weekend, the comedian joked about the victims of the Florida school shooting.
For Manohla Dargis, who spent a lifetime loving movies, ordinary, unremarkable sexism was so much harder to glide over. And it deserves outrage too.