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More actors expressing regret about working with Woody Allen
A growing number of actors are distancing themselves from Woody Allen, heightening questions about the future of the prolific 82-year-old filmmaker in a Hollywood newly sensitive to allegations of sexual misconduct
A growing number of actors are renouncing Woody Allen
Timothee Chalamet says he will donate his salary from an upcoming Woody Allen film to charities fighting sexual harassment and abuse
Timothee Chalamet pledges to donate his salary from Woody Allen film to charity
"Call Me By Your Name" star Timothée Chalamet is the latest actor to publicly distance himself from director Woody Allen . The breakout star announced late last night that he will donate his salary from his role in Allen's latest film "A Rainy Day in New York" to charities that fight sexual abuse
Actress Rebecca Hall said she regrets working with Woody Allen: 'I am profoundly sorry'
Rebecca Hall is the latest actress expressing regret for working with filmmaker Woody Allen . The actress stars in Allen's latest romantic comedy, "A Rainy Day in New York," which follows two people who come to New York only to find it's raining. It also stars Jude Law , Liev Schreiber , Elle
IPhone is the highest selling tech product of the year again
Apple sold 223 million iPhones in 2017, more than the other top-five items combined.
Selena Gomez breaks down accepting Woman of the Year award
The singer broke into tears while accepting the Billboard award from actress Francia Raisa, who was Gomez's kidney donor.
The most liked celebrity Instagram posts of 2017
Instagram released data revealing some of the most popular posts of the past year.
20 most-liked celeb Instagram posts of 2017
2017 proved to be a busy year for celebrities on Instagram . In February, Beyoncé set a new record for likes on the social media platform, after she shared an announcement that she was pregnant with twins Rumi and Sir. The post garnered more than 11 million likes, far surpassing the record at the
Selena Gomez speaks at gala about her struggle with lupus
There you go a lot to talk about. Starting with Selena Gomez in the news a lot lately. She looked so fantastic. Earlier this week at the amas for the first time since having a kidney transplant. She took time for a cause that's become so personal. Attending the lupus research alliance gala speaking
Selena Gomez says only 3 to 5 percent chance her lupus will return after kidney transplant
Selena Gomez publicly thanked her doctors Monday night as she opened up about her health after undergoing a kidney transplant. The "Wolves" singer, who suffers from lupus, spoke at the Lupus Research Alliance's Breaking Through Gala in New York City. "I am really honored to be here with all of you