Left Bank Pictures, the producers behind Netflix’s monarchy fantasia The Crown, have apologized for all the fuss they caused after comments they made about Matt Smith and Claire Foy’s salaries.
In reviews of its second season, Jessica Jones was declared the “superhero TV show” for the #MeToo movement. Blockers, a raunchy sex comedy about teenage girls losing their virginities on prom night, was christened the perfect comedy for the #MeToo era. Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri, despite being…
If you watched this year’s Oscars all the way until best actress was announced, you may have come away scratching your head. “I have two words to leave you with tonight,” Frances McDormand, who won the category for her role in Two Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, said in her speech: “Inclusion. Rider.”
“I have two words to leave you with tonight,” Frances McDormand said while accepting her Academy Award for Best Actress last night. “Inclusion. Rider.”
When it comes to helming major Hollywood studio projects, the future for female directors in 2018 and 2019 doesn’t look too bright.
Hollywood can’t catch a break from having to discuss difficult topics when all they want is to honor and pat each other on the back for one beautiful night. While Trump permeated last year’s awards season (and will continue to), sexual assault allegations appear to be this year’s primary source of anxiety.
Blade Runner 2049 fell flat on its face this weekend, despite the promise of a hunky star, sick action sequences, and a heavy helping of nostalgia. It seems like the problem was that the ladies weren’t buying it (tickets).
The Council of Europe, the European Union’s biggest human rights body, has been investigating gender bias in the film industry and have come to an undeniable conclusion: it exists.
Brie Larson’s directorial debut Unicorn Store premiered at the Toronto Film Festival this week. She also starred in it. Did you know this woman is Captain Marvel too?
Only one film out of 21 playing in the Venice Film Festival competition this year is directed by a woman. After festival director Alberto Barbera passed the blame in an interview on Tuesday, jury president Annette Bening has doubled down on Barbera’s lack of concern.
Patty Jenkins is reportedly close to finalizing a deal to direct the Wonder Woman sequel, after months of salary negotiations.
Michelle Rodriguez, best known as Letty in The Fast and the Furious franchise, is perhaps the number two fan of the beloved vroom vroom series (second only to her co-star Vin Diesel), but that doesn’t mean that she’s satisfied with her character’s jump seat storylines.
Season 11 of X-Files is set to premiere in 2018, following a not particularly memorable Season 10 revival of the old series. Showrunner Chris Carter reassembled his writers’ room to fill the ten-episode order, building on Season 10's six episodes. This year, he added some new people, with one thing in common.
Here’s something exciting: The New York state legislature has approved a law that will, through $5 million in tax breaks, incentivize TV shows to hire women and people of color as writers and directors. More exciting, entertainment news website The Wrap first lead this story with a Girls still featuring Lena Dunham…
The astounding success of Wonder Woman has made Gal Gadot a household name, and both she and director Patty Jenkins stand to make a lot of money during negotiations for the inevitable Wonder Woman 2. But how much did they make for this blockbuster to start with?
Nicole Kidman, currently at Cannes promoting what seems like a thousand different projects, said that she would make a movie with a female director every 18 months.
Robin Swicord directed The Jane Austen Book Club in 2007. She was a well-known screenwriter, responsible for adapting books like Little Women, Memoirs of a Geisha, and Matilda, who had been working in the industry for years. Though it seemed like her first directing gig was a long time coming, her second seemed to…