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Courtney Love warned women about Harvey Weinstein
A video of Courtney Love warning young actresses about Harvey Weinstein has been burning up the internet.

Mayim Bialik responds to 'victim blaming' backlash
Mayim Bialik believes her words about the Harvey Weinstein scandal have been taken out of context.

'I dread it': Jimmy Kimmel opens up about those emotional monologues
A lot has happened since Jimmy Kimmel was last in Brooklyn, New York. Donald Trump was elected president, late night TV has become a regular forum for politics as well as comedy, and Kimmel has evolved from comedic host to the conscience of America.

Everyone is happy for Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner
If you haven't wished Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner congratulations on their engagement, you may be the only one.

Ed Sheeran hurt himself cycling
Heads up Ed Sheeran fans, he needs your healing energy.

James Corden apologizes for Harvey Weinstein jokes
Late-night host James Corden apologized for jokes he made about Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced producer who is the target of a growing number of sexual harassment and abuse accusations.

Stars speak out on ending sexual assault in Hollywood
CNN talks to Kelly Clarkson, Octavia Spencer, Betsy Brandt, Judd Apatow, and Arianna Huffington at the Variety Power of Women event about the necessary changes to end sexual assault in Hollywood.

#MeToo: Twitter flooded with personal stories of assault
Two simple words became a rallying cry on Twitter to stand against sexual harassment and assault.

'SNL' takes on Harvey Weinstein

John Oliver calls out the Academy
The host of "Last Week Tonight" criticized the Academy for only stripping Harvey Weinstein of his membership and ignoring its other controversial members.

Jason Aldean resumes tour after Las Vegas tragedy
Thursday night Jason Aldean got to finish what he started in Las Vegas.

Pitbull sees Trump's 'true colors' on Puerto Rico relief
The rapper's criticism comes just before President Trump warned Puerto Rico that federal aid won't last "forever."

Wonder Woman, Winnie the Pooh creators fodder for brilliant biopics
In the what-are-the-odds department, two movies open this week about creators of beloved 20th-century characters, Wonder Woman and Winnie the Pooh, and both are extremely good. Forced into a choice, give the little bear and "Goodbye Christopher Robin" the edge over "Professor Marston & the Wonder Women."

Harvey Weinstein expelled from the Movie Academy

Chester Bennington's 'Carpool Karaoke' airs
With the blessing of his family and bandmates, Apple Music has released the episode of "Carpool Karaoke" they filmed with Linkin Park six days before lead singer Chester Bennington took his own life.

'Great News' proved great at predicting the news
Thursday's episode of NBC's "Great News" hit on a subject that has re-emerged as a top-of-mind issue in Hollywood and elsewhere after allegations of sexual harassment against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein first came to light one week ago.

James Van Der Beek says male executive groped him
Women aren't the only ones compelled to share their stories in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

Eight days of accusations and collateral damage

Rose McGowan's long history of speaking out
No one in Hollywood should have been surprised when Rose McGowan appeared to publicly name Harvey Weinstein as her alleged rapist in a tweet on Thursday.

CW's 'Dynasty' is about more than catfights
The first episode for the CW's reimagining of "Dynasty" has a lot of the ingredients that made the original series a hit -- family drama, lavish displays of wealth and even a fight between two women to capture the spirit of the so-called catfight legacy left behind by the show on which its based.

The full lyrics to Eminem's Trump-bashing freestyle 'The Storm'
Rapper Eminem unleashed a blistering four-and-a-half minute attack on President Donald Trump in a freestyle that aired Tuesday during the BET Hip Hop Awards. In it, he questioned the President's patriotism, criticized his policies and ridiculed his campaign promises. It ended with a challenge to his own fans, saying 'You're either for or against.'

Cary Elwes celebrates 30 Years of 'The Princess Bride'
Hollywood take note: Cary Elwes doesn't want you putting "The Princess Bride" on your reboot/remake list.

Ben Affleck apologizes for groping Hilarie Burton on camera
Ben Affleck has apologized for groping Hilarie Burton during an appearance on MTV's "Total Request Live" years ago.

Jackie Chan can't beat life into 'The Foreigner'
"The Foreigner" is as generic and disposable as its title, hobbling Jackie Chan's inherent likability by turning him into a grief-stricken revenge machine. Those hoping for a sleek action vehicle on the order of "Taken" will likely wind up feeling taken for a ride.

'Marshall' highlights Thurgood Marshall's early career
"Marshall" uses a single case to shed light on civil-rights titan Thurgood Marshall, yielding an enlightening if somewhat arbitrary snapshot of the Supreme Court Justice during his crusading days working for the NAACP. Anchored by topnotch performances by Chadwick Boseman in the title role and Josh Gad, it's a 75-year-old story imbued with modern-day resonance.

'White Famous' recycles Hollywood cliches
"White Famous" is most notable for its title, which represents the career goal outlined for a rising African-American comedian by his agent. After that, this breezy Showtime comedy basically just feels like the latest variation on "Entourage," with producer Jamie Foxx lending some sizzle by appearing as an "I'm a big star"-crazy version of himself.

President Trump's mysterious absence from conservative talk radio

Woody Allen clarifies 'sad' comment on Weinstein scandal

Weinstein Co. says it is in sale talks
The flailing Weinstein Co. may have a buyer.

Al Michaels apologizes for Harvey Weinstein joke during 'Sunday Night Football'
NBC sportscaster Al Michaels apologized for making a joke about Harvey Weinstein during "Sunday Night Football."