As the floodgates have opened for women accusing powerful men in Hollywood and politics of sexual abuse and harassment, women of color have been largely absent from this. Is it they aren't being affected or are the stakes still too high for them?
DC Comics again with "Justice League" after having such a great success with "Wonder Woman" at the box office, but Julia Robert's "Wonder" may overtake the superhero film with Thanksgiving weekend coming up.
"Daddy's Home 2" and Kenneth Branaugh's "Murder On the Orient Express" proved older audiences will come out to theaters with the right films while Chris Hemsworth's third outing for Marvel holds on to the top box office spot with "Thor: Ragnarok."
A comprehensive list of Hollywood and media professionals accused of sexual misconduct and assault against other men and women.
Comedian Louis C.K. quickly jumps in front of the sexual misconduct allegations to admit fault and apologize unlike most of Hollywood men recently accused.
"Thor: Ragnarok" thunders into theaters with $121 million debut holding "A Bad Mom's Christmas" into second place.
"Thor: Ragnarok" is a must watch. It may be too funny, but funny is just what we need in a world that may be on its way to its own Ragnarok.
More women and men are coming forward with sexual harassment allegations as Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Piven have been hit with new ones. Even Dustin Hoffman has been hit from hit long ago past.