Remember that time when Uma Thurman was asked about Harvey Weinstein while doing press for The Parisian Woman, and she, through barely-restrained rage declined comment until she was feeling "less angry?" Well, it seems that she's slightly less angry now. But make no mistake. That still means she's furious.
In a sharply worded Instagram post, Ms. Thurman had a message for the producer, who has been accused of sexual assault: “I’m glad it’s going slowly — you don’t deserve a bullet.”
Jonah wrote a good column the other day on how important it is to make distinctions regarding sexual-harassment allegations, since everything is getting lumped together. To that end, I must say this Vox story about Glenn Thrush thatShow More Summary
Remember a few weeks ago, during an on-camera interview, Uma Thurman said she needed some time before she'd be willing to speak out publicly about the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault and sexual harassment allegations? Looks like she's...Show More Summary
Uma Thurman channels her inner-Bride as she speaks out against Harvey Weinstein for the first time since the allegations of sexual harassment leveled against him.
Uma Thurman has joined the huge group of women who have slammed disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein for misdeeds. The blonde beauty hinted at harassment by the producer in a cryptic Thanksgiving day tweet on Instagram that read, “I feel it’s important to take your time, be fair, be exact, so… Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! (Except you Harvey, Read More
Uma Thurman joined the #metoo campaign in a recent Instagram post that took aim at Harvey Weinstein and his “wicked conspirators”. The Kill Bill star, who had worked with Weinstein on the two-part series, as well as Pulp Fiction, advised her fans and followers to “stay tuned” in lieu of more potential news. Thurman is one of […]
Earlier this month, a clip began circulating of Uma Thurman refusing to offer a “tidy soundbite” to Access Hollywood about the sudden movement to expose sexual misconduct in Hollywood. “I have learned that when I’ve spoken in anger I usually regret the way I express myself,” Thurman said, “So I’ve been waiting to… Read more...
I wrote today about a certain model of male predation getting destroyed in the fallout from the Weinstein scandal. Bill Clinton, Harvey Weinstein & Sexual Assault
“I’m glad it’s going slowly — you don’t deserve a bullet.”
Recall that a few weeks ago, video surfaced of Uma Thurman responding to the slew of sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein. She kept her simmering rage at bay, but it was apparent that she had a lot of anger...
Fans questioned earlier this month whether Uma Thurman was keeping tight-lipped about whether she had a story of her own to tell about Harvey Weinstein, and it looks like she does. The Kill Bill actress took to Instagram to wish her...Show More Summary
The Hollywood actress says #MeToo in a message on Instagram.
The speed with which attitudes toward sexual misconduct are changing gives me hope that we can see a similar sea change with regards to sustainability. Black Friday is one of the best days of the year to consider our attitudes toward consumption.
Weeks after saying she was waiting for her anger to subside before she spoke out on Harvey Weinstein, Uma Thurman delivered a chilling Thanksgiving message that appeared to confirm that she is among those sexually harassed or assaulted by the producer. "I said I was angry recently, and I have...
WASHINGTON — Powerful men with long histories of alleged sexual harassment or assault are finally being held accountable — except one. That would be President Trump. From movie mogul Harvey Weinstein to television host Charlie Rose to Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore to veteran Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., prominent men are accused of using their [...]Show More Summary
"Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Except you Harvey..."
Uma Thurman, who recently appeared to demonstrate extreme self-restraint when asked her thoughts on women speaking out against harassment, today wished a Happy Thanksgiving to her Instagram followers — all except Harvey Weinstein and...Show More Summary
Uma Thurman said Harvey Weinstein doesn't "deserve a bullet" in an Instagram post slamming the Hollywood power player accused of sexual assault and harassment. Thurman implied she is among the many woman in the entertainment industry...Show More Summary