And two big-name actresses, Rachel Mc Adams and Selma Blair, are sharing their stories with but the film had not yet been released. ' I was thinking, 'Why is he trying to make me feel so uncomfortable? He was greasy and I had to look into those big brown eyes." Gross. His energy was so sinister." After that, Selma says, he reminded her that he could supposedly have people killed, and admonished her to keep quiet.After Toback apparently refused to leave his hotel room to meet her in the restaurant, Selma went up to meet him. ' But I realize now he was really trying to figure out what support system I had. My mother was in Michigan, and I had an estranged relationship with my father." Meaning no family support network in town to speak of. "It was about 40 minutes in and he said, 'Will you trust me? That didn't stop Selma from telling her manager that Toback was "vile," and warning her to note send any women to him again. At the time, Rachel Mc Adams had her first TV job to film early the next day, but she eventually agreed to meet him that night. (Remember, this is before ) "Pretty quickly the conversation turned quite sexual and he said, 'You know, I just have to tell you.(In particular, based upon the accusations, he seems obsessed with talking about masturbation and fixated on women's pubic hair) The issue, of course, is that none of this was consensual.
character she played, ut that doesn’t mean people are going to stop quoting her. I never even wanted to work outside of Canada, or outside of the theater.
It’s not going to happen,” goes one of the famous lines from the most popular girl in school. “Truthfully, I never really wanted to be a big movie star.
She recently narrated two promotional videos about the state of iconic rivers for the Food & Water First Movement.
In 2014, Rachel was awarded a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame.
In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal, more and more people in Hollywood are sharing their #Me Too stories and feeling brave enough to speak up, and shatter the culture of silence.
One of the men accused of perpetrating a pattern of sexual misconduct in the entertainment industry is an Oscar-nominated director.
Once alone in a place like a hotel room, he reportedly becomes inappropriate, all under the guise of it just being part of the entertainment business.
He would reportedly try things like humping women's legs, masturbating in front of them, and ask them unacceptable questions.
Meg Ryan and John Mellencamp share a laugh as they check out her phone on Tuesday afternoon (October 10) in New York City.