Have you ever wondered how Tinker Bell became Tinker Bell? Wait a sec, you haven’t? Well Reese Witherspoon has, and she’s attached to produce and star in Tink, a live-action movie “in the vein of Maleficent” that tells Tinker Bell’s story from “a new perspective.” Its chosen perspective has yet to be announced, but…
There's something funny about The Hollywood Reporter's round table of screenwriters for summer "tentpole" movies. You can tell just by looking at the picture: They are all dudes, all (apparently) white.
At the 2011 Writers Guild Awards, scribes got their due — and plenty of celeb support. As to clothes? Well, you be the judge.
Please Give is, sadly, a rarity: A movie with a mostly-female cast that focuses on realistic characters, not Louboutin-wearing "cougars" or some Successful Career Gals Who Can't Win At Love. The characters aren't always likable, but critics loved the film.
Despite complaints that it's too parochially New York, there's evidence that writer-director Nicole Holofcener's Please Give, currently screening at Sundance, offers something distinctly more relatable: female characters that are neither bitches nor saints.
*Inspired by Shirley MacLaine's assertion that the best parts for actresses fall into one of the above categories