Catch up on your pop culture news with our roundup of today's top stories.
Actor, director, and activist Asia Argento got plenty to say about the alleged predator — and other predators in Hollywood.
In her June editor's letter, Anna Wintour came out in defense of Harvey Weinstein's ex-wife. But should we also be forgiving Georgina Chapman?
The Marchesa co-designer tells Vogue that she was "so humiliated and so broken" when she heard of the allegations about her husband's sexual misconduct.
Many say it's unfair to blame Scarlett Johansson for wearing a label associated with the disgraced film producer.
It's been a while since we've seen a Marchesa dress grace a red carpet. After the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke last October, the disgraced mogul's ex-wife and co-designer Georgina Chapman postponed the spring 2018 collection press preview to a later date. Months of silence, on Marchesa's end, would ensue.
See today's top stories, so far, from “Dancing With the Stars,” to R. Kelly's and Harvey Weinstein's latest #MeToo developments, to prom dress controversies.
Anyone who experienced Harvey Weinstein's horrific behavior firsthand no longer has to worry about legal repercussions stemming from restrictive nondisclosure agreements.
The Weinstein Company filed for bankruptcy and also nullified past nondisclosure agreements negotiated to keep women quiet about abuses by Harvey Weinstein.
The TV personality says she doesn't judge her longtime friends after their respective sexual misconduct scandals.
Update: A representative for Harvey Weinstein says he is working on a documentary not about himself, but about the "opioid crisis." Furthermore, they assert that he is in 12-step treatments in addition to sex addiction rehab. Five months after fleeing to sex rehab in Arizona, Harvey Weinstein has still not completed the 45-day inpatient course at Gentle Path at the Meadows. According to the New York Times ’ multiple sources, the former titan of Tinseltown has instead been dabbling in a variety of outpatient classes while tending to his increasingly complicated legal defense.
Some on social media pointed out similarities between #TimesUp, the women’s rights movement to stop sexual harassment, and the NRA's "Your time's running out," a campaign that seemingly promotes gun ownership, in the aftermath of the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino, who have been considered trailblazers in the #MeToo movement, pleasantly surprised viewers by arriving on the red carpet together.
Meghan Markle has embraced the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements — will Kate Middleton? Meghan Markle has vowed to “hit the ground running” by embracing the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements in her royal platform. On Wednesday, Markle, her fiance Prince Harry, Middleton, and Prince William made a joint appearance in London to promote the Royal Foundation including the duke and duchess’s Heads Together mental-health cause.
Jennifer Lawrence likened the disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein to a "predator," while Meryl Streep called him "pathetic" following Weinstein legal team's claims that he had their support.
Marchesa co-founder Keren Craig said business partner Georgina Chapman, Harvey Weinstein's ex-wife, is not a "victim" of the scandal surrounding the disgraced film producer.
Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig sent out their fall 2018 look book with a statement about Dutch masters. Pretty clothes, wrong topic.