Variety reported on Friday that The Big Short screenwriter Charles Randolph pitched a film about Ailes’s long-running and frequent tenure as an employed alleged sexual harasser and it was scooped up by Annapurna Pictures, which made 20th Century Women and Joy, among others. Because the actual tale has such a clear…
As life and The Big Short have taught us, we are screwed until eternity and financial uncertainty is nearly inevitable.
And so we come to the end of award season. Yes, Leonardo DiCaprio got his goddamn Oscar. Truly, our long national nightmare is over. Your winners:
Adam McKay, who co-wrote and directed Best Picture-nominee The Big Short, did an interview on HuffPost Live Tuesday in which he briefly explained his choice to feature an almost entirely white and male cast, saying: “That’s the truth of Wall Street, we had to do it.” This seems like a bit of a stretch.
One day after a study revealed that women directors accounted for just nine percent of Hollywood’s top films, Jodie Foster has released a trailer for her upcoming film Money Monster, starring Julia Roberts’ pursed lips and George Clooney’s terrified face.