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Canadian Industry to Establish Code of Conduct Amid Hollywood Sexual Harassment Scandals
7 hours ago
The Canadian film and TV industry is jointly taking steps to introduce a code of conduct to end sexual harassment on and away from movie and TV sets.
Following a day-long meeting in Toronto by industry unions, guilds and associations, Canadian industry reps in a statement said they will "collaborate on an industry-wide response to sexual harassment, discrimination, bullying, and violence."
"We agree to zero tolerance for such behavior. We recognize that increasing gender equality and diversity across our industry is an important part of the solution," the statement added. The proposed cross-industry code of conduct will also define "expectations »
- Etan Vlessing
Uma Thurman to Harvey Weinstein: "You Don't Deserve a Bullet"
9 hours ago
"Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! (Except you Harvey, and all your wicked conspirators - I’m glad it’s going slowly - you don’t deserve a bullet)," she wrote in a post on her Instagram Thursday. She ended her post by saying, "stay tuned."
The actress has worked with Weinstein — who has been accused by more than 90 women of sexual assault, harassment and rape — on multiple films including the Kill Bill franchise and Pulp Fiction.
Thurman has yet to officially offer a statement on Weinstein, »
- THR Staff