Hollywood Headlines Monday Nov. 13 2017

posted Nov 13, 2017, 4:26 AM by Ryan Quinn
Famed gossip columnist Liz Smith -- known as the "Dame of Dish" -- died in New York City on Sunday of natural causes, her friend and literary agent Joni Evans has confirmed, according to the New York Times. She was 94. Smith's column, "Liz Smith," ran for 33 years and was one of the most widely read in the world. Her celebrity status earned her unique insider access, which she parlayed her success into stints as a TV commentator. Smith's reporting on Donald and Ivana Trump's divorce made front-page news...

The long-anticipated Deadwood revival is a step closer to becoming a reality, according to TVLine, which reports that while the drama hasn't gotten an official green light, HBO is planning to begin production in the fall of 2018. Sources tell Deadline that the revival will focus on "the town burning" and Ian McShane's character Al Swearengen -- proprietor of the notorious brothel, the Gem Theater -- "fleeing by barge"...

Rebel Wilson is joining a chorus of actors and actresses in Hollywood who are sharing their own experiences with sexual harassment and misconduct.
The Pitch Perfect star wrote on Twitter Saturday that she took a break from "creating [a] new comedy overseas" to share her story that allegedly involves "a male star in a position of power."

Richard Dreyfuss acknowledged behaving inappropriately toward a woman with whom he worked in the 1980s in a statement he provided to New York magazine's Vulture blog.
Writer Jessica Teich claimed in an interview with the publication that when she collaborated with the actor on a TV show, Dreyfuss created "a very hostile work environment where I felt sexualized, objectified, and unsafe."
She also alleged that at one point, Dreyfuss pulled out his penis and, she said, "sort of tried to draw me close to it," before she walked out.