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Weinstein faces new sexual assault allegation, Miramax lawsuit
Former production assistant Mimi Haleyi claims she was sexually assaulted by disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein, while another actress, Dominique Hutt, who also claims she was assaulted by Weinstein, is suing Miramax.
'GMA' Hot List: Alyssa Milano speaks out on #MeToo: 'This is your movement, women'
Plus, Julianne Moore opens up about her new movie "Suburbicon" and trying to figure out how to use Instagram.
Julianne Moore opens up about 'Suburbicon' and 'Wonderstruck'
Two S out right now including "Suburbicon" where she plays twin sisters. Take a look. Do you live here now? Oh, well, I'm here now, of course. Is that a temporary or permanent arrangement? I think Nicky knees a mother. Of course. What was that word? Excuse me. You said it all boiled down to one
Channing Tatum ends development project with The Weinstein Company
Channing Tatum will no longer develop his current project — or any others — with The Weinstein Company, he announced Wednesday. The actor and his producing partner Reid Carolin had been developing a film adaptation of the book "Forgive Me Leonard Peacock," which deals with the theme of sexual
Hollywood continues to sever ties with Harvey Weinstein
Hollywood is up in arms over the allegations surrounding Harvey Weinstein and the company he co-founded, The Weinstein Company. The Producers Guild of America's national board of directors and officers voted today to expel Weinstein after numerous women claimed the movie mogul and producer sexually
New York Times reporter who broke Harvey Weinstein story believes it will continue 'for weeks to come'
New York Times reporter Megan Twohey, who broke the story of misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein, speaks to "GMA" about the fallout for Weinstein and how she overcame the alleged code of silence within the Weinstein Company.
Julianne Moore talks her Oscar-nominated role in 'Boogie Nights' in 1998 interview
The actress discussed her role in the Paul Thomas Anderson film and also teased "The Big Lebowski."
Star-studded telethon raises more than $44M for hurricane relief
Celebrities including Beyonce, Oprah Winfrey, Justin Timberlake and more answered phone calls and performed during "Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief" to help people affected by Harvey and Irma.
Hand in Hand telethon raises more than $44 million for hurricane survivors
A-list celebrities came out in droves on Monday night to take part in the Hand in Hand hurricane relief benefit, which raised more than $44 million for the victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. During the telethon, Stephen Colbert announced that Apple was donating $5 million and Jimmy Fallon added