Salma Hayek said she was “shocked” to learn how many women had been abused by disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein during an hour-long interview on Sunday as part of the Kering Women in Motion talks. She also spoke about changes that have taken place since then in Hollywood. Over the course of conversation moderated by Variety’s Ramin […]
John Oliver rips corporations' shameless pandering in connection with International Women's Day, as well as news coverage and Vladimir Putin's speech.
Penélope Cruz wishes her close friend Salma Hayek had confided in her about her experience with Harvey Weinstein during the making of 2002’s "Frida."
Salma Hayek has come forward to accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment during the making of her Oscar-nominated "Frida."
Salma Hayek Donates $100,000 to Mexican Earthquake Victims: 'I Have Lived Through the Aftermath of a Disaster'
Two years ago, Salma Hayek bemoaned her status with major Hollywood studios, telling the Associated Press, “I think they don’t want me, but I don’t really care.” Since getting that gripe off her chest, however, there’s no denying Hayek has had a helluva run. And this month, she manages to steal some of the best moments from rival scene-chewers Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson in the new action-comedy, “The Hitman’s Bodyguard.”
On Monday, hours after the Oscars aired and included an epic flub of the Best Picture category (La La Land was announced as the winner when it was really Moonlight), a photo capturing the reactions of audience members including Meryl Streep, Matt Damon, Michelle Williams, and the Rock made its way to social media, courtesy of Busy Philipps. Talk about best picture — the genuine, truly shocked looks on the faces of these actors are a sight to behold. Philipps, who attended the show with BFF Williams, shared the shot, writing, “Just woke up.
As Donald Trump became the official 45th leader of the free world, stars took to social media to say goodbye to Barack and Michelle Obama and pay tribute to the president they loved so much. Khloé Kardashian shared a picture of Michelle Obama straightening her husband’s tie. Zoe Saldana echoed Khloé’s sentiments, thanking the former president and explaining, “You taught us that love is the only way to move forward.” She went on to add, “I learned so much from you and our First Lady Michelle Obama.
In the romantic comedy 'Some Kind of Beautiful,' Pierce Brosnan plays a Cambridge poetry professor whose attraction to pretty students gets him in heaps of trouble.