The Oscar winner on fame, turning 60 and why his industry has seen an "overcorrection, where everyone points fingers."
Emily Ratajkowski shared why she wasn't initially comfortable writing her essay about Robin Thicke's alleged behavior on the set of "Blurred Lines."
Matt Damon, Jodie Comer and Nicole Holofcener talk new action-drama film "The Last Duel."
The power of fashion in political movements is a tale as old as time.
"Bitchin: The Sound and Fury of Rick James" director Sacha Jenkins and producer Ty James talk about the complicated legacy of the iconic musician.
Scarlett Johansson explains how the #MeToo movement inspired the plot of "Black Widow" from the very beginning.
Dickinson encouraged people who are sexually assaulted to report it immediately.
Meanwhile, social media called for Rashad to be fired from "This Is Us."
Hayek revealed she'd been sexually harassed by Weinstein in a 2017 op-ed.
The iconic EGOT winner says she's "as honest and truthful" as she could possibly be in her unfiltered new documentary, "Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It."
The singer-songwriter says Jackson's manager harassed her while she toured with the pop star.
Quarantining amid the pandemic "brought a fresh life perspective and prompted me to reflect upon the trauma I have been so scared to speak out about for many years," Barton wrote.
Julianna Margulies is opening up about her "traumatic" hotel room encounter with Steven Seagal when she was auditioning for her first film role.
Reese Witherspoon says the "Framing Britney Spears" documentary has also led her to reflect on her rise to stardom.
Ellin says he resents how HBO has distanced itself from hit show following #MeToo backlash and promises that an "Entourage" reboot would "reflect the reality of the world right now."
The star of "Senior Moment" and "Star Trek" says that the #MeToo movement caught older generations by surprise.
Actress who starred in producer's signature TV series writes emotional statement outlining "events that traumatize me to this day."
Emerald Fennell’s "Promising Young Woman" has been called the ultimate #MeToo revenge thriller, but the film was already in the works at the time of the public reckoning that cascaded in the fall of 2017.
Though there are plenty of moments that haven't aged at all well in the classic movie musical "Grease," its star Olivia Newton-John does not think it's sexist.
Cosby, aka Inmate No. NN7687, has a new mug shot — and he looks a lot different than during his "Cosby Show" days.
The "Simple Life" alum says that had her sex tape been released today in the post-#MeToo era, she wouldn’t have been publicly shamed the way she was.
The 58-year-old "Melrose Place" and "Spin City" star reminisced about old roles, including in the film "The First Wives Club, a role she ended up requesting be uncredited due to an unscripted moment with a co-star that left her feeling “gross.”
Camille Cosby defended comparing the “unproven” sexual assault claims against her husband to Emmett Till’s murder.