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Johnny Galecki Absent as ‘Roseanne’ Cast Reunites on Set for Revival Premiere (Photos)

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The “Roseanne” revival has begun production, and the cast is back in action — with one notable exception. The beloved sitcom’s stars reunited on set Tuesday for a table read of the revival’s premiere episode, entitled “Twenty Years to Life.” ABC has released several photos of the cast and crew laughing as they go over the script for the episode that airs in 2018. Among the cast members on hand were Roseanne Barr (Roseanne), John Goodman (Dan), Sara Gilbert (Darlene), Laurie Metcalf (Jackie), Michael Fishman (D.J.), Lecy Goranson (Becky) and Sarah Chalke, who also played Becky but will originate a new character. »


- Ryan Gajewski

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‘Project Runway’ Alum Mychael Knight Dies at 39

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Mychael Knight, a fashion designer who competed on the reality competition series “Project Runway,” died Tuesday morning, Obvious magazine reports. He was 39. According to Obvious, Knight died at 7:25 Tuesday morning outside Atlanta, surrounded by his loving family and friends. In a statement, the designer’s family said that Knight “meant everything to us.” Also Read: 'Project Runway' Alum George Ortiz Found Dead at 45 (Report) “We are still processing the untimely death of our son, brother, friend, and uncle,” the statement read. “Mychael meant everything to us and we loved him dearly. He was generous and so full of life. »


- Tim Kenneally

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‘This Is Us’ Star Chris Sullivan Calls Toby’s Moves ‘a Load of Bulls–‘ (Exclusive Video)

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This Is Us” star Chris Sullivan is calling out his character, Toby, for those grandiose gestures toward girlfriend Kate (Chrissy Metz). Sullivan told TheWrap that Toby might want to cut back on the big moves, which included a cross-country flight to surprise her for Christmas in Season 1. “The knight-in-shining-armor stuff is kind of a load of bulls—,” Sullivan said. “All of those gestures, as lovely as they are, and as informative as they are, and as grand as they are, they don’t mean anything to building a long-term relationship. “They don’t mean anything unless the two people involved get down honestly. »


- Ryan Gajewski

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‘Broad City’s’ Ilana Glazer: ‘I’ve Fired a Couple Dudes’ Over Sexual Harassment

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Broad City” co-creator and star Ilana Glazer is the latest star to reveal her experience with sexual harassment using the #MeToo hashtag. In an Instagram post on Tuesday, Glazer shared that she’s been the victim of sexual harassment “countless times,” including as a student, as the patient of a “creepy-a– doctor” and on the set of her own Comedy Central series. “In middle school, in high school — by more teachers than students! At work as a waitress, at work as a showrunner! Same same same — I was a woman in both places,” she wrote. “I was sexually harassed by. »


- Reid Nakamura

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Molly Ringwald Says Me Too: ‘Director Stuck His Tongue in My Mouth’ at 14

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Molly Ringwald has joined the growing chorus of women in Hollywood speaking out against an industry-wide culture of sexism and harassment, speaking about her own encounter with disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein in a column for The New Yorker. In the column, titled “All The Other Harveys,” Ringwald noted that while she wasn’t sexually harassed by Weinstein, she was warned about working with him when she starred in one of the first films he produced in 1988. After witnessing some uncomfortable encounters between Weinstein and the crew, she came to see him as “volatile.” She also criticized him for taking over. »


- Jeremy Fuster

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Kaitlin Olson: We Won’t Do Next ‘Always Sunny’ Season Without Glenn Howerton

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Better clear your schedule, Glenn Howerton, because Kaitlin Olson says “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” ain’t happening without you. In an interview leading up to tonight’s big Halloween bash on Olson’s Fox hit “The Mick,” she gave TheWrap the latest update on how her other television show is handling Howerton’s indecision. Howerton, who will star in NBC’s upcoming “A.P. Bio,” has said he may or may not be back to play Dennis Reynolds in the 13th season of “Sunny.” “We are hoping we can con him into doing at least half, so that he would recur, »


- Tony Maglio

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Nyt’s Dean Baquet Takes Second Shot at ‘Despicable’ James O’Keefe After Veritas Sting (Video)

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New York Times’ Executive Editor Dean Baquet continued his assault on James O’Keefe and project Veritas Monday telling an audience at the National Press Club that the outfit was not journalism and O’Keefe himself was despicable. “I think his work is not investigative journalism,” said Baquet, who was also on stage with his Washington Post counterpart, Marty Baron. “A journalist has to have in his heart or her heart a desire to make society better. All James O’Keefe is trying to do is hurt institutions and get some clicks. He just did a video about it that »


- Jon Levine

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Michael Rapaport Goes Off on Bill Simmons: ‘Your Time Is Up!’

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Looks like there’s trouble in Podcast-land. Michael Rapaport went off on fellow podcaster Bill Simmons on Monday, tearing into Simmons in a venom-tongued tirade. According to Rapaport, the rancor developed after Simmons ignored multiple requests to come on Simmons’ podcast to promote his new book, “This Book Has Balls,” even though Rapaport has given Simmons “gold” when he’s appeared on Simmons’ show. Also Read: Michael Rapaport Goes Off on 'Selfish F-k' Mike Pence Over NFL Walkout (Video) “I’m hurt, I’m upset and I’m offended,” Rapaport said during Monday’s “I Am Rapaport” podcast. “You c–ksucker you. »


- Tim Kenneally

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Lonzo and Lavar Ball Re-Up With Facebook: ‘Ball in the Family’ Renewed for Season 2

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Lavar Ball, digital media mogul? With the NBA season tipping-off, Facebook announced on Tuesday it’s bringing back the Lonzo and Lavar Ball-led series “Ball in the Family” for a second season. The show debuted on Facebook’s Watch platform in August, following the first family of SoCal hoops as it navigated from Lonzo being drafted to the Lakers, to high school sensation Lamelo running into girlfriend problems. But the star of the show, as hoops heads have come to expect, was cocksure patriarch Lavar Ball, who took 13 seconds to announce the show’s return. And yes, he was decked out in his. »


- Sean Burch

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Roy Price Resigns From Amazon Studios Following Sexual Harassment Allegations

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Roy Price has resigned as president of Amazon Studios after being suspended from the streaming company amid a sexual harassment scandal, TheWrap has learned. Price was put on leave last week after “The Man in the High Castle” executive producer Isa Hackett detailed alleged harassment at the hands of the executive. Chief operating officer Albert Cheng was named his interim replacement. The executive had been with Amazon since 2004, where he led the tech giant’s entry into the streaming video business and oversaw the launch of original titles including “Transparent,” “Mozart in the Jungle” and “The Man in the High Castle. »


- Reid Nakamura

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‘UnREAL’ Unveils Female Suitor’s Drama in First Season 3 Trailer (Video)

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UnREAL” is back with its first female suitor and no shortage of drama — including (sob!) a defaced man bun. The Lifetime series returns with its third season premiere on Feb. 26, the channel announced Tuesday. The show also released the season’s first trailer, introducing viewers to new “Everlasting” lead Serena (Caitlin FitzGerald). “She’s smart — we can’t handle her the same way,” Rachel (Shiri Appleby) tells Quinn (Constance Zimmer) in the promo. Also Read: 'UnReal' Star Shiri Appleby Is Skeptical of Rachel's Dark Revelation (Exclusive Video) The series returns from a lengthy hiatus with new showrunner Stacy Rukeyser taking over for Carol. »


- Ryan Gajewski

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Rae Dawn Chong on Why Harvey Weinstein Scandal Is Only ‘Tip of an Ugly Iceberg’ (Guest Blog)

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My friend Rae Dawn Chong, who starred in several Hollywood studio pictures in the 1980s like “Quest for Fire” and “Commando,” claims the now-disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein “is only the tip of an ugly iceberg” regarding the industry’s treatment of women. Chong, who used to be represented by one of the most powerful agencies in town, CAA, recalled that she was once sent to an evening meeting with then-movie star Steven Seagal in the 1980s. “9:30 p.m. at the Bel Air hotel — I was shocked at the time,” she said, but the agency excused the late hour and location, »


- Jordan Elgrably

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John Carpenter on Why He’d Rather Be a Rock Star: ‘Making Movies Is Horrifying’

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Horror is having a moment. Movies like “It” and “Get Out” aren’t just making money; they’re smart exercises in studio filmmaking that are elevating the horror genre on the whole. They also arguably owe a debt to director John Carpenter, whose films, such as “Halloween,” “The Thing” and “Escape From New York,” helped set the standard for intelligent, low budget thrills. But the horror master has taken a backseat to filmmaking in recent years, opting instead to pursue his other love for music. And now as he adjusts to a new life as something of a rock star, »


- Brian Welk

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Legal Startup Offers $100,000 ‘Bounty’ to Fund Harvey Weinstein Lawsuits

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Legalist — a San Francisco-based startup that leverages artificial intelligence to help clients’ get financing for lawsuits  — is looking to fund anyone with claims against Harvey Weinstein, the company announced on Tuesday. A $100,000 litigation “bounty” is being offered to anyone with a “valid sexual harassment claim” against the tarnished Hollywood heavyweight, in light of dozens of sexual misconduct claims. “Justice should be reached in court, not paid off in secret,” said Legalist co-founder and CEO Eva Shang, in a statement. “Justice for sexual harassment survivors has been delayed too long due to the power imbalance between men and women, »


- Sean Burch

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Weinstein Scandal: Spike Investigating ‘Mist’ Showrunner’s Harassment Claim Against Brother Bob Weinstein

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Spike is investigating “The Mist” showrunner Amanda Segel’s allegations of harassment against Bob Weinstein, the network told TheWrap. “We take all allegations of this nature very seriously, and are investigating,” the cable channel’s representative said. Segel alleges that Bob Weinstein harassed her over the course of a three-month period that began in summer 2016 and included unwanted romantic gestures. Variety was first to report her claim. Also Read: Bob Iger Calls Harvey Weinstein's Actions 'Abhorrent and Unacceptable' In a statement through attorney Bert Fields, the Weinstein Company co-founder denied the allegations and questioned whether the claim even constituted harassment. »


- Ryan Gajewski

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In Wake of Weinstein, Catholic League Aligns With Woody Allen: ‘Beware a Witch Hunt’

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Catholic League president Bill Donohue issued a statement in which he aligns with recent comments made by Woody Allen in the wake of several allegations of sexual misconduct that have been waged against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. “Jeffrey Katzenberg is right to observe that ‘There’s a pack of wolves’ in Hollywood. They must be gotten. But in the quest for justice, it is important not to proceed at a gallop pace lest we victimize the innocent,” Donohue said in a statement on behalf of the Catholic League, which is a self-described anti-defamation and civil rights organization. “Perhaps the messenger is. »


- Umberto Gonzalez

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Gop Polling Guru Frank Luntz Defends ‘Scaramucci Post,’ Reposts Holocaust Poll

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Gop polling guru and Fox News regular Frank Luntz took to Twitter Tuesday to defend the “Scaramucci Post” and their editorial team’s widely derided decision to post a poll asking readers to vote on how many Jews died in during the holocaust. “We should see if know how many Jews were killed in the Holocaust,” he Tweeted. Luntz — who is Jewish — said there was nothing wrong with the inquiry and even reposted it to his own account. “People should know history. Go ahead, call me anti-Semitic. My rabbi will beat up your rabbi.” Also Read: Scaramucci Post Slammed »


- Jon Levine

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Regina Dugan, Head of Facebook’s Covert Hardware Team, to Leave Social Network

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Regina Dugan, head of Building 8, Facebook’s budding hardware lab, is leaving the social network at the end of the year. Dugan announced the decision in a post on her Facebook page on Tuesday morning, saying she’ll be focusing “on building and leading a new endeavor,” without adding much else. Adding another layer of intrigue to her next project, Dugan finished with a quote from President Kennedy: “The world is very different now. United, there is little we cannot do… divided, there is little we can do. Let us begin anew — remembering on both sides that civility is not a sign. »


- Sean Burch

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Harvey Weinstein Resigns From The Weinstein Co. in Dramatic Board Meeting

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Harvey Weinstein formally resigned his post at The Weinstein Company on Tuesday, following a showdown with the surviving members of his board of directors. Weinstein was expected to mount an aggressive defense to hang onto his position in the company but unexpectedly backed down, an individual familiar with the meeting told TheWrap. Weinstein was terminated as the CEO of TWC on Oct. 8, and effectively removed from his duties. The meeting on Tuesday saw the board ratify his termination. Also Read: Here's Every Harvey Weinstein Accusation of Sexual Harassment and Assault Weinstein called into the meeting from a treatment facility in Arizona. »


- Matt Donnelly and Sharon Waxman

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‘Star Wars’ Fans Crush Ron Howard Over ‘Lame’ Title for Han Solo Movie

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Ron Howard has announced the name of the upcoming Han Solo “Star Wars” movie, so of course “Star Wars” fans are going to complain about it. Many were displeased over the name of the film “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” calling it an unoriginal title that won’t stand out against the likes of “Empire Strikes Back” and “Rogue One.” But at least some were clever in their jokes about the new movie name, with speedy Photoshoppers putting their skills to good use. Here are some of the reactions Howard is getting: 3 months ago: “Just call it Han Solo: a Star Wars. »


- Jeremy Fuster

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