John Mulaney and Olvia Munn's relationship is apparently "very new." It was confirmed Monday he ended his marriage to Anna Marie Tendler.
Leading figures from journalism, entertainment, sports, and culture gather on April 19, 2021, for PaleyImpact: Media's Role in Combating Hate and Violence Towards Asians and Pacific Islanders, moderated by Cassidy Hubbarth, to address the recent series of brutal attacks on these groups in America, and to discuss the country's ongoing need for diversity and representation in all aspects of our culture. Maureen Reidy, Paley Center President and CEO, offers opening comments. Panel topics include: the importance of helping all Asian Americans to have pride in their heritage; many Asians' tendency to assimilate in America, despite the ongoing need to spotlight their unique qualities; the significance of Chu directing "Crazy Rich Asians," a major 2018 Hollywood production, which highlighted his own identity crisis; why Asian Americans have yet to be recognized as an evolving political and economic power; studio producers' practice of continually misrepresenting the Asian community; and why Lin takes himself to task for not doing enough to break down Asian American barriers and combat prejudice during his "Linsanity" days with the New York Knicks. Participants: Jon M. Chu, Filmmaker; Eddie Huang, Writer, Director, and Chef; Ken Jeong, Actor, Comedian, and Producer; Susan Li, FOX Business Correspondent; Jeremy Lin, NBA Champion; Olivia Munn, Actress and Activist; Charles Yu, Author, Interior Chinatown. Moderator: Cassidy Hubbarth, ESPN NBA Reporter and Host. Host: Maureen Reidy, President and CEO, The Paley Center for Media.
The stop motion animated short film Save Ralph, created by Humane Society International, follows a lab rabbit named Ralph as he endures a day of cosmetics testing in a lab
"[The victims] matter and that all of the flags across our country will go at half-[staff] for them," Munn said of the president's decision. "It was an emotional moment for all of us."
For a long time, Olivia Munn didn’t fully grasp a question that she got asked all the time in interviews: Journalists would want to know about the difference between being a man and woman in Hollywood. “I got it for years before it clicked with me one day when I answered it,” Munn said. “I […]
The actress, 38, said that frustrations during the last two years stemming from the sexual harassment cases in Hollywood left her with a full-body rash that doctors couldn’t figure out at first.
The actress pointed specifically to the criticism she’s heard from some who complain that they must now be more careful about their behavior or the things that they say.
"The Predator" actress simply offering praise to scientist Katie Bouman for the first black hole photo has turned into a thing.
Olivia Munn is joining other celebrities reacting to actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman's involvement in the college bribery scandal.
While many celebrities are keeping mum on “Operation Varsity Blues” — massive college admission cheating scheme that took down Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin — others can't resist.
Olivia Munn is setting the record straight about standing up to "Rush Hour" director Brett Ratner, whom she alleges sexually harassed her over a decade ago. During a panel discussion at the Emily's List pre-Oscars brunch at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills Tuesday morning, Munn revealed that Ratner called her in 2011 after he denied […]
Thomas Sadoski posted a selfie with "Arrested Development" actress Jessica Walter in May. Now his wife, Amanda Seyfried, is saying that it put him at a disadvantage.
There's nothing unusual about two friends telling each other how gorgeous they look on Instagram, but Olivia Munn's fans were a bit confused by her interaction with Sara Foster.
The actor said that he thinks that black people "go crazy" for him because they are "afraid" of Trump.
"To be acknowledged by a stranger, on a public platform about this issue is incredibly empowering," said former "Jane Doe" Paige Carnes, now 24.
"I felt like I had let people down and caused pain to the cast, and that is not acceptable," the director said on the red carpet.
Olivia Munn says the studio wasn't exactly pleased with her whistleblowing on "The Predator."
After Olivia Munn showed no fear in being vocal about having a scene with an actor who was registered sex offender removed from Shane Black’s reboot of <em>The Predator,</em> she admitted to feeling isolated by her castmates at the Toronto International Film Festival. Sterling K. Brown, who wasn’t at TIFF, has voiced his support for Munn and now actor Boyd Holbrook has come forward to show his support after admitting to being late to the conversation. “I want to start by…
Munn's male co-stars have been slammed for not publicly supporting the actress when she spoke out about director Shane Black casting a registered seχ offender for a since-deleted scene.
Olivia Munn says she feels ostracized by her fellow “The Predator” castmates after speaking out about convincing Fox to remove a scene from the monster movie that she unknowingly did with a registered sex offender. This past week, Los Angeles Times reported that director Shane Black had cast longtime friend Steven Wilder Striegel for a cameo role in “The Predator,” as he had done for past films. Black, Munn, and the film’s cast — including Boyd Holbrook, Trevante Rhodes and Keegan Michael-Key — gathered this weekend at the Toronto International Film Festival for the film’s premiere, but in an interview with Vanity Fair, Munn said that she has been left on her own to discuss the removed scene with reporters, with one co-star even walking off an interview he was doing with Munn when the topic was brought up.
Geena Davis and filmmaker Tom Donahue sat down at the Variety Studio presented by AT&T at TIFF to discuss Donahue’s new documentary film “This Changes Everything.” The film explores the insidious and systemic sexism in Hollywood through the voices of celebrities like Davis, Meryl Streep, Sandra Oh, Jessica Chastain, and many other ambassadors of the #TimesUp […]
In an exclusive interview with Variety, Olivia Munn says that Fox initially didn’t return her call after reporting “The Predator” actor Steven Wilder Striegel to the studio. “When I called, (Fox) was silent for two days,” the actress told Variety’s Jenelle Riley at the Toronto Film Festival. “I did have to reach out again and […]