Lena Dunham applauds Dylan Farrow's "courage," while Sony Classics defends its director
Samantha Geimer's "The Girl: Emerging From the Shadow of Roman Polanski," will be published next fall
Polanski rape victim tells Larry KIng she wishes Oscar-winning director nothing but the best and would like to see them both stop "being used"
Samantha Geimer calls on L.A. prosecutors to drop case
The big news of this week's ruling is not that Polanski can't appeal, it's that he can end his legal limbo and go free
Judge Peter Espinoza had declared that he could not consider Polanski's motion for dismissal without Polanski being present.
A state senator calls the director's victim "magnanimous," while Gore Vidal calls her “a young hooker.”
If and when the director is returned to L.A., Superior Court Judge Espinoza will be the one figuring out what to do with him.
Victim Samantha Geimer has formally filed a motion to dismiss charges against him.
Extradite him? Or let it go? Hollywood is divided. TheWrap brings you both sides of the debate.