“I don’t cast films according to Harvey Weinstein’s erection,” Michael Caton-Jones said he told the press at the time.
"We will stop normalizing these horrific situations," Lawrence said.
"This is not about one man’s crimes against women; this is about our system’s imbalances, our system’s gender crisis," the Oscar-winning actress said.
From Seth MacFarlane to Tina Fey's "30 Rock" to "Entourage," Hollywood has acknowledged the dark Harvey Weinstein secret in plain sight.
"Men in Hollywood need to change ASAP," she said. She called on the entire Weinstein board to resign and for men "to stop other men when they are being disgusting.”
The actress and anti-sexual violence activist says in Hollywood, "the sky's the limit of how you’re made to feel violated."
“'America' is almost like a spice or a salt that you put on a scary word.”
Skrein stepped down from the role of Major Ben Daimio, an Asian character in the "Hellyboy" comics, after people on social media blasted the reboot for whitewashing.
The first Mexican actor to make it big in Hollywood, Del Rio was invariably casted in ethnic and "exotic" roles.
"Star Trek" legend George Takei says Trump "just pissed off the wrong community."
"I wish I had changed the topic," Bush told "The Hollywood Reporter" about the "Access Hollywood" tape in which Donald Trump described sexual assault.
A one-month reprieve from cable news, replaced by classic Hollywood films, enlightened the author.
A growing number of award-winning actors are thrusting the issue of equality, in Hollywood and elsewhere, into the spotlight.
The rapper and Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein will make a six-part docuseries and feature film about Martin's death.
How closely will we live with the technology we use in the future? How will it change us? The film imagines a futuristic world but doesn't ask the important questions.
The United Talent Agency will hold a rally against anti-immigration sentiment and donate to and raise money for the ACLU and IRC.
The ACLU took in six times its annual standard in one weekend, as celebrities rallied to support the cause. Meanwhile, Kal Penn raised more than $500,000 for Syrian refugees.
The revenue from the world's second-largest movie market accounted for 13 percent of the $13.5 billion generated by the top 20 movies from U.S. studios.
The trend has sent Hollywood actors in the here-and-now scrambling to exert control over how their characters and images are portrayed in the hereafter.