Last month, Gadot posted a message of support to women speaking out against sexual harassment, calling it “unacceptable.”
Six women have come forward to accuse director Brett Ratner of sexual misconduct.
Six women have come forward to accuse filmmaker Brett Ratner of sexual harassment or misconduct.
Ratner, a director of Hollywood blockbusters, has been accused of sexual misconduct.
Some celebrities, knowing full well that tabloid reporters like to cook up sensationalist stories, just let the rumor mill churn. But when it comes to the suggestion that she is dating notorious womanizer, gay-basher and producer-director Brett Ratner, Sandra Bullock refuses to go with the flow.
The writers over at New York magazine’s Vulture are convinced that they have successfully mined film producer and director Brett Ratner’s subconscious to explain why so many of his movies have anti-Wall Street themes. One need not look further than his current and disappointing “Tower Heist” — featuring a Bernie Madoff-type villain played by Alan Alda — to know what Vulture is referring to.
There are plenty of changes in the works for the 2012 Academy Awards ceremony now that both its producer and host have stepped down amid controversy.
Brett Ratner not only provides material for a good story, he even writes the headlines. “Your headline should be: ‘Yeshiva Prepared Ratner To Be Director,’” he said during a phone interview with The Arty Semite.
Two months after Helen Mirren tracked down a fictional war criminal in “The Debt,” plans are coming together for “Hunting Eichmann,” a thriller based on the Mossad’s real-life capture of Holocaust mastermind Adolf Eichmann. Deadline Hollywood reports that the director will be Brett Ratner, the Hebrew school-educated filmmaker best-known for the “Rush Hour” series and “X-Men: The Last Stand.” The new movie marks a surprising change of pace for Ratner, whose next release is Friday’s “Tower Heist,” a comedy starring Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy.