-Forbes’ hotly anticipated 30 Under 30 list dropped, and the celebs on it include Hailee Steinfeld, Amandla Stenberg, Karlie Kloss, Zoe Kravitz and Ben Platt.
-It took awhile, but I really like this statement from Grant Gustin on the allegations that a CW EP harassed staff.
-Meanwhile, in a joint statement signed by One Tree Hill stars including Sophia Bush, Hilarie Burton and Bethany Joy Lenz, the female cast crew allege showrunner Mark Schwahn manipulated many of them “psychologically and emotionally.” After the letter was released, male members of the cast, including Bryan Greenberg, Austin Nichols, and James Lafferty, offered their support over Twitter, while other women who worked on the show but did not sign the letter echoed similar sentiments.
-Netflix is reportedly facing big difficulties over firing Kevin Spacey. According to sources, Spacey doesn’t have a morality clause in his contract meaning he is unable to be suspended or terminated from the series as a result of the allegations.
–Nearly 30 years after first investigating James Toback ’s behavior, the authors of a Spy piece recall their reporting. “We tried to stop James Toback decades ago.”
-I love Bryan Cranston but screw this noise.
-I also love Jon Stewart but I’m just not buying that he’s ‘stunned’ by the allegations against Louis C.K. This didn’t come out of nowhere. Tig Notaro has been talking about it for months. C.K. was asked about the allegations by the New York Times during TIFF in September.
-Meanwhile, has any male comedian besides Jason Alexander spoken out yet? I’m really disappointed by a lot of my faves.
–Mindy Kaling on the end of The Mindy Project: “Six years ago I created a show called The Mindy Project and got to play the lead. Not the sassy friend or nagging wife. It completely changed my life.”
-If the Galaxy Quest TV reboot ends up featuring the movie’s original cast, I’m so in!
–Rose McGowan has surrendered on that felony drug charge.
–Connie Nielsen, Tom Felton, and Dominic Cooper get violent in the Stratton trailer.