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#WARONWOMEN UPDATE: “Actress Chloe Sevigny revealed Wednesday that several film directors came close to crossing the line into inappropriate conduct during movie shoots, but admitted at the same time that it can be hard to tell the difference between sexual harassment and everyday Hollywood behavior.” Why are Democrat-run industries such cesspits of misogyny and sexual […]
Actress Chloe Sevigny, known for her work in indie films such as “Kids” and “American Psycho” and for her Golden Globe-winning role on the HBO series “Big Love,” talked about being sexually harassed by major directors during casting sessions. Sevigny...
Chloë Sevigny is as outspoken in real life as she is in her art. At Variety's Cannes Film Festival panel on Wednesday, the Boys Don't Cry actress rehashed multiple incidences of directors making advances towards her and went on to criticize the rampant sexism in Hollywood, which she supported with many poignant real-life examples. Related: Zoe Saldana [...]
The creepy director continues to be one of Hollywood’s most enduring archetypes. Speaking at Variety's Cannes panel, Chloë Sevigny revealed that at least three directors acted inappropriately toward her while she was auditioning for roles with them. "I’ve had the ‘what are you doing after this?’ conversation. I’ve also had the ‘do you want ... More »
Actress Chloë Sevigny says three well-known directors cast themselves as pervs during auditions.
After many years in Hollywood, Chloë Sevigny has met her fair share of creepy directors. The actress spoke about some of her most uncomfortable auditions during a Variety panel at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday. "I've had the ‘What are you doing after this?’ conversation," Sevigny told the audience. Show More Summary
Chloë Sevigny is in Cannes this week, promoting her directorial debut, the short film called “Kitty.” While there, she spoke on Variety’s panel, and in doing so further revealed the horrible reality faced by most women in Hollywood. Speaking about past auditions, Sevigny said, “I’ve had the ‘what are you doing after this?’ conversation. I’ve also had the […]
Sevigny opens up about Hollywood's sleazy work culture, revealing depressing truths about women and powerful men
Twenty-one years after Kids, the first film she ever acted in, traveled to Cannes, Chloë Sevigny is on the Riviera with directorial debut, Kitty. The short is one of three movies that will close the Critics' Week section tomorrow. We...Show More Summary
Arguably the best part of an all-around pretty great interview Chloe Sevigny gave to the Guardian : the part in which she explains why she decamped from her old habitat, Manhattan's East Village, to Brooklyn. "I got out, in all honesty, because of rats. After Hurricane Sandy, my street was overrun...
BLESS YOU, Chloe Sevigny. Your sartorial choices may be questionable, but at least they’re never boring. Read More...
Deadline's studio at the 69th Cannes Film Festival has been greeting fest-goers all weekend on the Croisette; including visits by Chloë Sevigny, director of closing short Kitty, festival juror Mads Mikkelsen, icons Vanessa Redgrave and...Show More Summary
In a provocative profile from The Guardian, actress and Love & Friendship star Chloe Sevigny reflects on her past work with controversial figures like photographer Terry Richardson—who has been accused of sexual assault—Larry Clark, and Lars von Trier. Cumulatively, her experiences have left her with “total disdain for directors.” Read more...
Kate Beckinsale And Chloë Sevigny Gear Up For 'Love & Friendship'; While Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz Take On Love In 'The Lobster': Specialty Preview It isn't often that a Whit Stillman movie opens, but this weekend is one of those rare occasions. Show More Summary
This weekend, indie film director Whit Stillman opens his latest movie, Love & Friendship. Starring Kate Beckinsale and Chloë Sevigny, the movie is based on Lady Susan, an epistolary novella by Jane Austen about a crafty and charming widow who conquers high society and shockingly goes unpunished. Austen abstained from publishing Lady Susan (it was... Read more »
NEW YORK — Chloe Sevigny is bringing a movie she directed to the Cannes Film Festival. It’s about a young girl who turns into a cat. That statement is worth pausing over, just to let the full weight of its weirdness sink in. Chloe Sevigny — the epitome of Gen-X cool, an early exemplar of upscale...
On Tuesday night, Chloë Sevigny attended the premiere of her upcoming film "Love & Friendship," the 1790s period piece co-starring Kate Beckinsale. Always one to keep the red carpet interesting, Sevigny showed up in an evening ensemble that was very on brand for the fashion-loving actress. The... Continue reading
These two should always do movies together. They are the BEST red-carpet contrast. Read More...
Kate Beckinsale speaks with TODAY's Matt Lauer on her new film, "Love and Friendship," which is based on a short story by Jane Austen. She also discusses how she's changed as an actress over the years and the advice she gives her 17-year-old daughter who wants to follow in her mom's footsteps.