With Kevin Spacey fronting a Boston court, he does so in the midst of another trial – having to convince the made-up minds and hardened hearts of the court of public opinion.
With Spacey gone and a woman at the helm, Netflix had an opportunity to build something towering in the age of #MeToo. They blew it.
Kevin Spacey’s new movie bombed over the weekend, taking in a measly $425. While Spacey has earned his position, you can’t help but feel for those who starred alongside him.
Despite the amount of feeling that #MeToo has enabled, it seems that it doesn’t extend to who (or what) we still watch.
In the wake of the sexual allegations waved at him, Morgan Freeman claims that he has done nothing wrong. To be fair, we’ve all thought that, and we need re-education.
When Don Burke labelled the voices against him a ‘witch hunt’, he was merely following a well-worn path that many have walked down before.
Our reaction to those responsible for sexual abuses in Hollywood has been admirable, but misguided. We should still enjoy art for art’s sake.
Kevin Spacey using his apology to come out has set back acceptance of gay people the world over.
Ross Marquand imitates life with his celebrity impersonations, and it has blown our tiny minds. So, we had to share.