DC Entertainment said it is “committed to eradicating harassment.”
Farrah Abraham was fired from “Teen Mom OG” on Monday, October 30th. The news came hours after she performed in a Halloween-themed pornographic webcam show. The reality star, 26, took to Facebook for a blistering message to MTV and Viacom, alleging she was “sex shamed” as she vented on the social media platform.
Megan Fox felt like a martyr when Michael Bay fired her from the third installment of “Transformers.” Fox, 31, got the boot from the franchise after claiming the filmmaker “wants to be like Hitler on his sets” in an interview with Wonderland magazine in 2009. “That was absolutely the low point of my career,” Fox…
Chris Savino, creator of Nickelodeon’s “Loud House,” has been fired amid accusations of sexual harassment.
Harvey Weinstein has been fired from the Weinstein Company.
Tamar Braxton fired her stylist over a controversial $40 jumpsuit from Forever 21. The stylist in question allegedly chided Braxton for wearing the comfy, affordable outfit, after a night of heavy eating. “We wear clothes, the clothes don’t wear us,” the reality diva quipped to the Page Six panel. For more hot celebrity interviews, tune…
Disney/Lucasfilm fires its second directing force of the summer after ex-Star Wars filmmakers Chris Miller and Phil Lord were canned in June.
A former Disney Channels Worldwide executive filed a lawsuit Wednesday alleging she was subjected to a two-year campaign of retaliation, and was ultimately fired, after reporting her boss for sexual harassment. Jocelyn McDowell, a former director of multi-platform research, says that she reported her boss, Jimmy Blackburn, for making sexist and inappropriate remarks to two… […]
Steve Whitmire got the boot after 27 years as Kermit.
Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s reputation for writing irreverent, poppy films such as “21 Jump Street” and “The Lego Movie” helped the white-hot writing and directing duo land one of the most coveted gigs in Hollywood — a chance to call the shots on a “Star Wars” film. But their chance to put their stamp… […]
Jackson left his job as an executive recruiter at Michael Page in March.
The “Twilight” series could have been way different.
Orlando Bloom reportedly apologized to the London hotel waitress who allegedly got fired after spending the night with the actor.
The only people whose gunshots hit another person during a heated dispute involving Fetty Wap were reportedly members of the rapper’s group.
A racially charged shooting in a small North Carolina town is the setting for the provocative new limited series “Shots Fired.” Inspired by a spate of murders of young black men by white cops in several American cities and towns, the series is an intricately plotted tale of two crimes — the one we see…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ relationship with PwC, the accounting firm responsible for the integrity of the awards, remains under review.
Shia LaBeouf’s main concern is the safety of the people.
Nick Cannon almost got the boot from “America’s Got Talent” after Wild ‘N Out on NBC.