Henry Cavill apologizes for rapist comments about flirting

Henry Cavill’s new interview with GQ Australia has caused a social media backlash. The Superman star revealed that he was scared to flirt with women because he fears he could end up being branded a rapist. Cavill has issued an apology for the comments. “Having seen the reaction to an article, in particular about my feelings on dating and the #MeToo movement, I just wanted to apologize for any confusion and misunderstanding that this may have created.”

Anthony Bourdain and his CNN show Parts Unknown were honored with six Emmy Nominations Thursday morning. Bourdain hosted and executive produced the show, which scored a nomination for information series or special. The show was also nominated in five additional categories, including cinematography for a nonfiction program, picture editing for a nonfiction program, sound editing for a nonfiction program, sound mixing for a nonfiction program, and writing for a nonfiction program. Bourdain died on June 8th.

In an interview with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s podcast, Mira Sorvino revealed that a casting director gagged her with a condom. “In looking back over at my career, I realized that one of my very first auditions when I was 16, I was completely treated inappropriately by the casting director,” she said. “In order to scare me for this horror movie scene, he tied me to a chair, he bruised my arm, and I was 16 years old, and then he gagged me, and I was all game because I’m trying to be scared for the scene.” She continued: “And at the end he takes the gag out of my mouth and he said, ‘Sorry for the prophylactic,’ so he had gagged me with a condom.”