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Craig Dorfman, Manager To ‘Bel-Air’ Star Jabari Banks & ‘The West Wing’s Joshua Malina, Takes Frontline Banner To Three Six Zero

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Craig Dorfman’s boutique New York-based management company Frontline Entertainment has been acquired by LA-based management firm Three Six Zero. Dorfman is bringing all his clients and management team in-house and he will take a partner position at the company as it continues to expand. Music, film and TV outfit Three Six Zero, which has offices in LA, Miami and London, manages talent including Jada Pinkett Smith, Jaden Smith, Calvin Harris and The Streets. The company acquired Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s management and production banner Westbrook Entertainment back in 2019. After forming Frontline in 2000, Dorfman has...
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Whoopi Goldberg defended by Mel Gibson critic Joshua Malina amid Holocaust controversy

"Scandal" alum Joshua Malina spoke out about the situation on "The View" that saw Whoopi Goldberg suspended over remarks she made about the Holocaust. The actor has previously sounded off on topics of anti-Semitism in Hollywood. Most recently, he penned a lengthy op-ed in which he called out Warner Bros. for entertaining the idea of letting Mel Gibson direct "Lethal Weapon 5" despite a past history of blatant hateful remarks against the Jewish people.
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‘The View’: Former ‘Scandal’ Star Joshua Malina Comes to Whoopi Goldberg’s Defense

Scandal actor Joshua Malina defended The View moderator Whoopi Goldberg amid claims of antisemitic remarks. “To me, there is a bad person who is a Jew-hater, and then there’s Whoopi Goldberg, who misspoke or needed to clarify or educate or discuss,” the actor explained. He then pointed out how Goldberg’s scandal is nowhere near as controversial as that of actor Mel Gibson.
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Mel Gibson called out by 'Scandal' actor Joshua Malina: 'Cancel culture simply does not exist'

"Scandal" actor Joshua Malina declared that cancel culture does not exist as long as Mel Gibson can continue to have a career. Reacting to the recent news that Mel Gibson had been tapped by Warner Bros. to direct a fifth installment in the popular "Lethal Weapon" franchise, Malina couldn’t help but note that Gibson is seemingly getting a second phase of his career after doing things in the past that would have completely blacklisted others.
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Joshua Malina calls for ‘cancelling’ of Mel Gibson

Joshua Malina has called for Hollywood to “cancel Mel Gibson”. The former ‘West Wing’ star has blasted the movie industry for continuing to hire the 65-year-old actor despite his alleged previous anti-Semitic comments and argued that although he appreciates the ‘Lethal Weapon’ star’s previous work, there is no need for him to be given opportunities for his career to continue to flourish.
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Joshua Malina lays into Mel Gibson in heated op-ed: ‘Why is Hollywood still hiring this raging anti-Semite?’

Actor Joshua Melina has criticised Hollywood over continuing to hire Mel Gibson for roles and directorial positions. In an opinion piece for The Atlantic, Melina describes Gibson as a “well-known Jew hater” over the actor’s alleged anti-Semitic views. Gibson has faced multiple allegations in the past for making racist, anti-semitic and homophobic comments. Back in July, he received more criticism after he was spotted saluting Donald Trump in a video.Writing about the recent news that Gibson has been hired to direct the fifth instalment of the Lethal Weapon franchise, Melina wrote: “His prejudices are well documented. So my question...
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Joshua Malina urges Mel Gibson to be canceled: "Why is Hollywood still hiring this raging anti-Semite?"

In a piece for The Atlantic, The West Wing alum wonders why Gibson keeps getting high-profile gigs, from starring in Starz's John Wick prequel series The Continental to directing a new Lethal Weapon movie. "May I humbly suggest that in addition to a robust inclusion policy, Warner Bros. needs an equally robust exclusion policy?" says Malina. "How about “Don’t hire racist, anti-Semitic misogynists”? Free advice: Avoid this trifecta, Warner Bros. You want a triple threat? Don’t hire Mel Gibson; search for the next Donald O’Connor! And it’s not just Warner Bros. that’s wearing moral blinders. Earlier this year it was announced that Gibson will star in a John Wick origin series for Starz and Lionsgate Television. How did this guy become such a hot ticket again? Is it just that memories of his hate speech have faded, while Hollywood’s recollection of his box-office pull remains? It is inarguably true that the main targets of Gibson’s prejudice are the Jews, but what boggles my mind is that Hollywood is also overlooking his profound misogyny and forays into anti-Black racism. I wish anti-Jewish hatred alone were enough to get him cast into the wilderness, but, hey, if it has to be because of his other prejudices, I’m okay with that. Let him take the hundreds of millions he’s already earned in Hollywood and retire somewhere nice to contemplate his life choices. I hear the Judean Hills are lovely this time of year."
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‘Shameless’ Casts Joshua Malina; Beth Triffon Joins ‘The Goldbergs’

Joshua Malina (Scandal) and Beth Triffon (Ten Days in the Valley) have joined the casts of Showtime’s Shameless and ABC’s The Goldbergs, respectively, in recurring roles. Both initially signed for one-episode guest shots, which have already aired. Both were received well and ultimately turned into sizeable guest arcs. Malina recurs...
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