Tulsi Gabbard believes Hillary Clinton made the "Russia" comments to derail her campaign and silence her for supporting Bernie Sanders in 2016.
Chris Wallace laid out a compelling argument that the Ukraine aid was only released because Congress found out it was being withheld, but Kellyanne Conway wasn't having it.
Rudy Giuliani said he's "heartbroken" that his longtime associate Lev Parnas "lied stupidly" in accusing President Trump and other top Republicans of wrongdoing in the Ukraine scandal.
Vince Vaughn was seen speaking to President Trump during the College Football Playoff National Championship game on Monday.
Charlize Theron isn’t just “grateful” to the Academy for recognizing the work she did on “Bombshell.” Theron also said she was incredibly moved to get a positive review from the very woman she portrayed for her Oscar-nominated performance: Megyn Kelly.“We were all incredibly moved,” Theron told TheWrap following her Oscar nomination. “It was definitely something, we were all, all of us, the producers, the filmmakers, the entire crew, we worked incredibly hard to be as accurate as we possibly could, and to see that video it was incredibly emotional for all of us. And then it felt very validating.”Kelly revealed in a December Instagram post that she had finally seen “Bombshell” and called it an “incredibly emotional experience.” However, on her YouTube channel Friday, it became clear how deeply she was affected by the film.Also Read: Megyn Kelly Says She Twirled at Roger Ailes' Request: 'God Help Me, I Did It'Kelly watched the film and reacted to it along with former Fox News employees Juliet Huddy, Rudi Bakhtiar and Julie Zann, as well as her husband Doug Brunt (played in “Bombshell” by Mark Duplass). The panel agreed that “Bombshell” captured what it felt like to be harassed, specifically within Fox News and by Roger Ailes. And after seeing their response, Theron said their words were moving and “validating” for herself and all of the filmmakers.“How powerful it felt that they acknowledged that they felt that the essence of this film really represented how it felt to work there and be sexually harassed there,” Theron said. “And that was ultimately what we wanted to get right. For us, that felt very validating.”That said, Kelly said that director Jay Roach and screenwriter Charles Randolph did take some liberties with the material and even got some facts wrong. And the panel added that it was “surreal” to watch a movie told about their experience in which they had no involvement. But Kelly admitted that she did in fact twirl or spin at Ailes’ request, as it’s shown in the film.Also Read: Oscars 2020: Women Scored Record 31% of Nominations Overall Despite Female Director SnubTheron didn’t have time to get into the specifics of what Kelly said were inaccuracies in the film except to say that she as a producer and the rest of the cast and crew worked incredibly hard to get every detail right.Theron’s nomination was one of three “Bombshell” took home on Monday morning, including another for Margot Robbie for Best Supporting Actress and one for Best Makeup and Hairstyling. Theron added that her nomination is meant for the “whole army” behind her and hopes that the nominations can inspire more people to see an important film.“This movie really is important. I believe that in every part of my body. These stories especially, what happened to the women in Fox, and really to all the women out there who have experienced harassment in the workplace, I do feel like it’s so timely and there’s this catharsis happening around this film that’s just so powerful to witness,” Theron said. “If this makes anyone want to go see this movie a little more, I’m glad to see that.”Watch Kelly’s full video here.Read original story Charlize Theron Calls Megyn Kelly’s Reaction to ‘Bombshell’ ‘Validating’ After Oscar Nomination At TheWrap
Megyn Kelly reflects on whether she could have done more about the sexual harassment going on at Fox News.
“I was asked to do the spin… and God help me I did it,” Kelly admitted.
Janice Dean, whose husband is a firefighter, mocked Joaquin Phoenix and Stella McCartney over praise for a recycled awards season tuxedo.
A spokesperson for the Discovery Channel says that the network was unaware the former Fox News host would be in a program hosted by Greta Van Susteren.
To prepare for a role, Margot Robbie tells Variety for this week’s cover story, she dives deep into research. In the case of her “Bombshell” character, Kayla Pospisil — a fictional composite created by screenwriter Charles Randolph — Robbie worked on Kayla’s Florida accent, studied the Fox News programs she would have watched, and created […]
Kelly Dodd divided fans by hanging out with Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump and some Fox News hosts at Jesse Watters' wedding.
Charlize Theron credits Gretchen Carlson and the others at Fox News who spoke out about sexual harassment with being the precursor to the #MeToo movement.
The "Glee" actress and singer broached the subject during an appearance Monday on "Fox and Friends," when she was asked to speak about her faith.
The country singer, who’s partnered with the on-demand arm of Fox News in the past, will host a show called "The Pursuit! With John Rich" on the channel in February.
"There are things she has said that I’ve definitely had issues with, but it doesn’t invalidate how I feel about her struggle," Charlize Theron said of Megyn Kelly, whom she portrayed in the film Bombshell.
A week after claiming that a statement supporting Russia in their conflict with Ukraine was a joke, Carlson doubled down on that support.
Tucker Carlson agreed with other media outlets and admitted that President Trump lies, but he was in no way trashing the president.
The former Fox News host slammed network star Sean Hannity for his cozy interview with Bill O'Reilly.
John Kennedy walked back statements he'd made on Fox News on Sunday and refuted Trump's claims that Ukraine hacked the DNC in 2016.
"The Irishman" star railed against the Fox News founder and President Donald Trump in a new interview.
As only he can, John Oliver offered rebuttals to the most common defenses of President Trump's dealings with Ukraine.
Lisa Kennedy said the president would have been better off keeping quiet during the former ambassador's testimony.
Mike Ritland, founder of the Warrior Dog Foundation, blurted out “Epstein didn’t kill himself” during an interview with Jesse Watters.
In an appearance on Fox News Wednesday night, Donald Trump Jr. explained why he thinks the media is “destroying its credibility.”“They don’t even pretend to be objective. You saw that this weekend when al-Baghdadi,” the president’s son told primetime host Sean Hannity, referencing the widely-criticized headline that referred to the slain ISIS leader as an “austere religious scholar” before it was updated.Also Read: Covington Student Nicholas Sandmann's Defamation Lawsuit Against the Washington Post Partially ReopenedHe continued, “But Nick Sandmann — one of the innocent 15-year-old kids from Covington Catholic, is a homegrown terrorist? The media is destroying its credibility.”Sandmann filed a $250 million defamation lawsuit against the Post in February following an encounter with Nathan Phillips, a Native American activist, at a protest at the Lincoln Memorial. The suit accused the outlet of defaming Sandmann in “false and defamatory articles” that suggested he “assaulted and/or physically intimidated” Phillips and “wrongfully targeted and bullied Nicholas because he was the white, Catholic student wearing a red ‘Make America Great Again’ souvenir cap.”Also Read: Washington Post Criticized for Obit Headline Calling ISIS Leader 'Austere Religious Scholar'A federal judge in Kentucky partially reopened a defamation lawsuit on Monday, allowing an amended version of the suit to move on to the discovery phase.A representative for the Washington Post did not immediately return a request for comment from TheWrap.Read original story Donald Trump Jr Tells Sean Hannity That Media Is ‘Destroying Its Credibility’ At TheWrap