Rose McGowan has said Hollywood was a “toxic system that needed to be blown apart”.
A new BBC documentary will explore the sexual assault allegations against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.
Lady Colin Campbell claims the Me Too movement has “prevented men from being men”.
The editor-in-chief of GQ magazine has warned the media industry not to be cowed by the fear of losing readers by pursuing a Me Too agenda.
Director Jonathan Levine has said he and collaborator Seth Rogen did not need the #MeToo movement to teach them respect in Hollywood.
Baroness Joan Bakewell has said she thinks the late pioneering producer Verity Lambert would have supported the Me Too movement.
Katie Piper has said that removing shame helps women to speak out about abuse and unfair treatment.
Nicole Kidman has said Hollywood must act to correct gender imbalance in the film industry.
Renowned photographer David Bailey has claimed Donald Trump once approached him for advice, asking “how do you get such classy birds?”.
I, Daniel Blake star Hayley Squires claims the Me Too movement and Time’s Up “ripped open” the film industry with revelations of abuse.
William Shatner has said some women use the #MeToo movement as a “weapon” when they “don’t get an autograph”.
A sexual assault case against Steven Seagal has been dropped by the district attorney in Los Angeles.
The chief executive of a music fund for female artists has said she hopes sweeping change across the music industry will make the need for an equivalent #MeToo movement unnecessary.
Upskirting is not considered to be workplace harassment by 15% of men aged 25-34, a new survey on modern masculinity has suggested.
Max Irons has said he hopes the Me Too movement will result in systemic change in how women are treated.
The winner of this year’s Man Booker prize will pay off her debts after scooping the £50,000 award, having struggled financially as a writer.
Man Booker Prize winner Anna Burns has said she did not set out to write a political novel.
Jamie Lee Curtis has said her new Halloween film is timely because women are identifying with trauma as a result of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements.
The fund set up as a result of the Time’s Up and #MeToo movements has awarded more than one million pounds to help women who have experienced sexual harassment and abuse, it has announced.
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner has said he is proud to have made a show that addressed sexual abuse and workplace harassment before the Me Too and Time’s Up movements.