“Bohemian Rhapsody” Loses GLAAD Nomination
The Queen biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” has been pulled from contention for a GLAAD Award after new sexual assault and misconduct allegations against the film’s director Bryan Singer have come to light.
A new story in The Atlantic tells the tale of four men who claim that Singer had sex with them as teenagers in the late 90s and the men go into detail for the story. In response to the new allegations, Singer says the new report is nothing but a “homophobic smear piece.” Singer hasn’t been charged with a crime.
Have the allegations against Bryan Singer caused you to stop watching his films?
The recent allegations regarding Bryan Singer’s behavior are horrifying and MUST be taken seriously and investigated. pic.twitter.com/twqwbO2TJp— TIME'S UP (@TIMESUPNOW) January 24, 2019
#TimesUp: “Though there was once a time when business as usual could continue amid credible allegations of sexual assault & violence, that era has ended forever. The recent allegations regarding Singer’s behavior are horrifying and MUST be taken seriously" https://t.co/B3z1Ui6XdU— Variety (@Variety) January 24, 2019