In the wake of a New York Times report featuring five women’s allegations of sexual misconduct against actor-comedian Louis C.K., the distributor of C.K.’s upcoming film I Love You, Daddy has announced it will no longer be releasing the film AT ALL. The film, which co-stars John Malkovich and Chloë Grace Moretz in addition to C.K., involves the romantic pursuit of a 17-year-old girl (Moretz) by a rumored pedophile (Malkovich) who is old enough to be her grandfather.
The past 24 hours have seen a whirlwind of news and speculation about actor-comedian Louis C.K., who canceled promotional appearances and his forthcoming film premiere in anticipation of a New York Times story that went on to report five women’s allegations of sexual misconduct against the Louie star. After an initial period of silence, C.K. has confirmed that the allegations are true. In a statement tweeted by CNN reporter Oliver Darcy, C.K.
Ladies First highlights women and girls who are making the world better for the rest of us. It’s hard to remember a time when Melissa McCarthy WASN’T a household name, but flash back 10 years to 2007. Rihanna’s “Umbrella“ was stuck in our heads, the very first iPhone was newly released, and an actress, comedian, and filmmaker named Cathryn Michon co-wrote, co-directed, and starred alongside the then-little-known McCarthy in an independent comedy feature called COOK OFF!.
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Selecting a term
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