Sunday's 2018 Golden Globe Awards mark one year since Meryl Streep's impassioned acceptance speech during which she called out Donald Trump, stirring quite the controversy with the president. Read morenking Blogs | Comments
Meryl Streep's taken a lot of heat in Hollywood for allegedly staying silent about Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct, but she thinks the criticism should be aimed elsewhere... to 2 women related to Donald Trump. The famed actress tells The New…
Meryl Streep did an interview with the New York Times and is calling on the First Lady and First Daughter to speak out about sexual misconduct as part of a larger national conversation. Meryl was asked about people wanting her to speak out about Harvey Weinstein. “You make movies. You think you know everything about [...]
Meryl Streep continues to speak out against sexual abuse. As you may recall, many people looked to the iconic actress for a response after allegations came out against Harvey Weinstein, who she worked with on several projects in the past. Four days after the bombshell New York Times piece, the 68-year-old released a statement calling the [...]
“She has so much that’s valuable to say. And so does Ivanka.”
Meryl Streep has broken her silence on the sexual-harassment claims against her Kramer vs. Kramer co-star Dustin Hoffman. After the actor faced several allegations of sexual harassment and assault, an old interview with Streep made the rounds on the internet. In the resurfaced interview from 1979 with Time magazine, Streep said Hoffman ... More »
Meryl Streep's face is plastered all over Hollywood in a campaign to shame her for allegedly keeping silent about Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct -- and the posters are hitting close to home. At least 2 "She knew" posters sprung up Tuesday…
The anti-Streep posters showed up in spots around Los Angeles, including near the SAG-AFTRA building.
Actress Meryl Streep is on the defensive after getting called out by fellow actress-turned-activist Rose McGowan for allegedly staying mum about Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein’s sexual misdeeds, insisting in a lengthy statement: ‘I didn’t know.’ McGowan took to Twitter over … More » The post Meryl Streep Fires Back At Rose McGowan: ‘I Didn’t Know’ appeared first on EveryJoe.
After getting called out by Rose McGowan for apparently feigning ignorance, Streep insisted she had no inkling of his alleged misconduct.
Responding to repeated Tweets from Rose McGowan that called her a hypocrite for planning to wear black at the Academy Awards to show unity with women who have been sexually assaulted and abused, actress Meryl Streep just sent out a public...Show More Summary
Last week, in a now-deleted tweet, Rose McGowan called out Meryl Streep’s “hypocrisy” regarding the dozens of sexual harassment and assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein. “Actresses, like Meryl Streep, who happily worked for The Pig Monster, are wearing black @GoldenGlobes in a silent protest,” she wrote. “YOUR SILENCE is THE ... More »
Rose McGowan has no time for the "hypocrisy" that she says will be on full display during the planned Golden Globes blackout.
Hollywood heavyweights are coming out of the woodwork against Harvey Weinstein after the news of numerous allegations of sexual harassment and assault. From Meryl Streep to Kate Winslet, many have spoken out against the infamous producer. But...Show More Summary
With A-list actresses Meryl Streep, Dame Judi Dench and others calling out disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein over accusations of habitual sexual harassment, one political figure who benefitted from Weinstein’s donations is staying quiet. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Lena Dunham, who has revealed that she herself is a victim of sexual harassment, is urging Hollywood men to speak out about Harvey Weinstein. Many women have come forward with statements including Meryl Streep, Glenn Close, Jennifer Lawrence, Judi Dench, and more, yet only a small amount of Harvey‘s male collaborators, including George Clooney, have [...]
After Oscar-winning producer Harvey Weinstein was fired from the movie company he co-founded, following a bombshell NY Times article detailing "decades of sexual harassment allegations," Meryl Streep has spoken out against the man she once jokingly referred to as "God." [ more › ]
It’s no secret that I have less than no use for Meryl Streep. I never have. Four days after the New York Times outed Harvey Weinstein for being a sexual
Meryl Streep maintains she was never treated inappropriately by Harvey Weinstein, but calls his behavior appalling and inexcusable.
Ms. Streep called the news about Mr. Weinstein “disgraceful” but added, “Not everybody knew.” Her statement seemed to open the floodgates.