15 Times Hollywood Depicted Its Own Monsters And Weirdos On-Screen
In ’She Said’, journalists Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor investigate Harvey Weinstein’s widespread, unchecked abuse of power within the highest circles of Hollywood. The film adaptation captures the journalists’ efforts to get the story right while also dodging Weinstein’s threats. Both book and movie center around the topic of women who have been affected by sexual assault, whether directly or indirectly, working to break the abusers’ stranglehold on power.
Joel McHale stars as Chevy Chase in a movie about Douglas Kenney, the co-creator of National Lampoon based on Josh Karp’s book A Stupid and Futile Gesture. The comedy/drama tells Kenney’s story through a biographical lens.
Daniel Roebuck was always in Jay Leno corner throughout Late Shift by Bill Carter -the behind-the scenes battle to succeed Johnny Carson as host of ‘The Tonight Show,’ even before he was cast as the victor of ‘The Tonight Show’ war in the movie version of it.