Every director for the second season of Netflix’s superhero jawn Jessica Jones will be a woman, reports Variety. Melissa Rosenberg, the series showrunner, confirmed the hirings at a talk Friday at UC-Annenberg, but didn’t say any of the directors by name.
Despite the enthusiastic response to Netflix’s Jessica Jones—the whiskey-swigging, doesn’t-give-a-bag-of-dicks Marvel heroine we so dearly needed—she has remained strangely absent from comic-book stands. Now, however, Marvel plans to correct this oversight with an upcoming series featuring Jones as the lead character.
Last night at the Elle Women in Television Celebration held at Soho House in West Hollywood, the fashion was all over the place: Formal black feathers, vivid yellow fringe, a shiny metallic short suit. While many of the awesome ladies in attendance looked great, there were, as always a few misfires. Let's take a look.
No matter how you feel about Twilight — love it or hate it — the phenomenon has been one of the biggest stories to come out of the movie industry in the last five years. Now that the series is ending, Melissa Rosenberg, who penned all of the scripts for the Twilight franchise, talked to Women And Hollywood about the…
Wow. Mixed feelings about the news that Melissa Rosenberg has become the highest-grossing female screenwriter in Hollywood. The Twilight franchise — for which she's penned the scripts — has earned more than $2.56 billion in worldwide revenue.
On the matter of Edward giving a cesarean-section-by-mouth, she laughs: "I don't think we need to see that, and if someone needs to see that, I think they should take a look at that."