“It’s such a mixed bag of emotions because I was with that guy every single day,” Kelly tells Variety. “To go back to the same stages, to the same sets…to go back to those sets and all of a sudden be with completely different people, it was a strange feeling. I don’t even know how to put it into words. There’s obviously a million emotions that I went through,
Bareilles, who recently wowed NBC audiences as Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar Live, will co-host the 2018 Tony Awards with fellow Broadway vet Josh Groban (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812) when the ceremony airs June 10 on CBS.
The announcement was made Wednesday morning on Bareilles’ social channels:
Crazy Amazing News Alert!!!! I literally don’t have words so I’ll do this with emojis…!!!!!! #TonyAwards2018 pic.twitter.com/PREncTnSQV
— Sara Bareilles (@SaraBareilles) April 18, 2018
Recent Tony hosts have included Kevin Spacey (2017), James Corden (2016), Kristin Chenoweth
Narrator Jon Bailey is less playful when reminding viewers that action and music-infused plot also features “the creepy, bank-robbing ringleader Doc, who’s even more creepy because he’s played by a pre-scandal Kevin Spacey … who’s even more creepy because he carries around a little box of kids’ toys,” and professes to his decades-younger getaway driver, “You are my lucky charm.”
Spacey has been accused of sexual misconduct against 30-plus men and boys since late October, news that caused Ridley Scott to swap Spacey for Christopher Plummer in “All the Money in the World.” Plummer’s face is superimposed onto Spacey’s
After allegations of sexual assault and harassment came to light against him, Netflix and studio Media Rights Capital first shut down production, then announced that they were severing ties with him. When production resumed in January, the new scripts featured
Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey’s October Times story, followed days later by Ronan Farrow’s New Yorker report detailing more accusations of harassment and even assault, had an almost immediate impact on both Weinstein’s studio and Hollywood more generally.
Within a month, more than 80 women stepped forward with accusations of misconduct against the Oscar-winning mogul — who was quickly fired by The Weinstein Company, the film and TV company he founded with his brother, Bob, and expelled from the Motion Picture Academy. Last month, The Weinstein Company filed for bankruptcy in the aftermath of the scandal.
“What Tom did, perhaps more than anybody, was tell the story that we were trying to tell,” said Landau, the longtime manager of Bruce Springsteen, who is also interviewed in “The Searcher.” “Tom started talking about the later part of Elvis’ career, which is typically dealt with dismissively. He said, ‘Yeah, but when you put all the craziness aside, there is still this incredible singer, surrounded by this incredible band.’
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“To help protect members from potential harassment and exploitation, SAG-aftra released today a Guideline that calls for an end to the practice of holding professional meetings in private hotel rooms or residences,” the group said in a statement.
SAG-aftra President Gabrielle Carteris said: “We are committed to addressing the scenario that has allowed predators to exploit performers behind closed doors under the guise of a professional meeting.”
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The change comes after accusations of decades of sexual harassment and assault have been lodged against Weinstein. The film producer has been accused now by nearly 90 women in various cities around the world, though he has consistently denied any nonconsensual sex.
Weinstein often used the guise of auditions to lure actresses into hotel rooms where women say he would harass and assault them sexually. And Actress Lupita Nyong’o said in a New York Times essay that the disgraced movie mogul harassed her at a private residence early in her career.
The accusations against Weinstein opened a floodgate of accusations against other men in Hollywood, including Louis C.K., Jefferey Tambor, Kevin Spacey and James Toback.
“This is the first expansion of the Code of Conduct, which the union published in February as part of its Four Pillars of Change initiative to confront harassment and advance equity in the industry,” SAG-aftra said in its announcement. “Following input from members, experts and industry stakeholders, Guideline No. 1 reﬂects SAG-aftra’s dedication to upholding professional standards and addressing the unprofessional and unlawful workplace culture that too many of our members face.”
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The industry has been scrambling to put systems in place to help curtail the abuses of power by men. Women in the industry, such as Shonda Rhimes, Ava DuVernay and Natalie Portman, started a legal defense fund in conjunction with the #TimesUp movement to fight sexual assault, harassment, discrimination and abuses of power in the workplace.
Late last year the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences set a code of conduct as well to help prevent such misconduct from spreading further.
“There is no place in the Academy for people who abuse their status, power or influence in a manner that violates recognized standards of decency,” the academy said in a statement at the time. “The Academy is categorically opposed to any form of abuse, harassment or discrimination on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, disability, age, religion, or nationality.”
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SAG-aftra’s guideline No. 1 calls on producers and other decision makers to “refrain from holding professional meetings in hotel rooms and private residences.” It calls for members and their reps to avoid meetings in such “high-risk” locations. “In the rare event that there is no reasonable alternative to having the meeting in such a location, Guideline No. 1 establishes the concept of a ‘Support Peer’ to accompany the member during the meeting,” the organization said.
Criminal investigations into Weinstein’s accused misconduct are underway in New York, Beverly Hills and London. He was fired as CEO and Chairman of the Board at The Weinstein Company, which entered a voluntary bankruptcy sale process last month.
Read original story SAG-aftra Issues New Rule: No More Auditions in Private Hotel Rooms At TheWrap
The case was presented on April 5 to the office’s special task force handling sexual assault in Hollywood, the D.A. told TheWrap. No further details were added.
Spacey has not yet faced criminal charges for any of the accusations made against him, but damage to his career has been significant. He was removed from the hit show “House of Cards,” which earned him five Emmy nominations. Accusations against him also triggered reshoots for the Ridley Scott film “All The Money In The World,” which saw Spacey’s performance as oil tycoon J. Paul Getty replaced by Christopher Plummer — who earned an Academy Award nomination for the role.
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The accusations against Spacey began in November when “Star Trek: Discovery” actor Anthony Rapp accused the former “House of Cards” star of sexually assaulting him when he was 14. Since then, Spacey’s charitable foundation has shut down operations, and London’s Old Vic Theatre, which Spacey served at as artistic director, opened a confidential hotline for anyone who says they were abused by Spacey to report their incidents.
In November, the Old Vic said that it had received more than 20 complaints of “inappropriate behavior” against Spacey, and advised 12 of the complainants to bring their accounts to the police. Some of the accusations against Spacey are also being investigated by Scotland Yard, though no formal charges have yet come from them.
Aside from Rapp’s accusation, Spacey has not responded to any of the accusations against him.
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The case was completed and presented by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department on April 5.
According to the Sheriff’s Dept., the incident — involving an adult male — allegedly took place in October of 1992 in West Hollywood. The Special Victims Bureau began investigating the allegation on Dec. 11.
The former “House of Cards” star has been accused of sexual misconduct by numerous men in the U.S. and in England. Scotland Yard is investigating at least three sexual assault complaints against the Oscar winner.
A case was presented by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department on April 5. No additional information is currently available.
The former “House of Cards” star has been accused of sexual misconduct by numerous men in the U.S. and in England. Scotland Yard is investigating at least three sexual assault complaints against the Oscar-winning actor.
“Star Trek: Discovery” actor Anthony Rapp was the first accuser to go public with his story. Rapp accused Spacey of making a pass at him when he was 14 years old during a party at Spacey’s New York apartment in 1986.
Spacey’s fall from grace was swift and fierce. He was fired from the Netflix series “House of Cards” and replaced by Christopher Plummer in Ridley Scott’s film “All the Money in the World.
The advocacy group has lined up 11 companies — OddBot, Inc., Six Point Harness, Titmouse, Bento Box Entertainment, CounterPunch Studios, Duncan Studio, Incessant Rain Animation Studios, Renegade Animation, Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, Tonko House and Wild Canary Animation — and hopes to convince others to join and affirm their commitment to creating healthier work environments. In each instance, the studio president and owner have agreed to sign the pledge and to have it counter-signed by each of their employees.
The move came about in the wake of an open letter that was sent last October to studio chiefs. It was signed by more than 200 women and gender nonconforming people in the animation industry, urging others to speak out about sexual harassment and calling the problem pervasive.
The movie business has been
It’s started, and we’re only going to see more of it; the reassessing of old films according to today’s political climate. It’s inevitable, and if we’re honest, has been going on in other ways for years. Think of all those articles about films that were ignored for awards a decade ago, or the rehabilitation of 1970s New Hollywood Cinema that came when Easy Riders and Raging Bulls was published. Reappraising films is a big part of film criticism.
Recently, two pieces have come out that look again at films from the 1980s. Molly Ringwald has written an article from a 2018 perspective on her collaborations with John Hughes, notably The Breakfast Club, where she claims her character is sexually harassed by Bender, played by Judd Nelson, and notes that despite this, they end up
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