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Maybe part of the plot involves setting the gender equality fight back 20 years?
The actress calls the news "really devastating" and tells The Hollywood Reporter she feels like the government is "not acknowledging the humanity of trans people."
The Treme neighborhood of New Orleans was a purple sea of parasols, balloons, wigs and boas on Monday night as thousands of people honored Prince with an exuberant "second line" parade.
Sarah Kate Ellis says that the public is "hungry for this content."
Geena Davis tells THR that Hollywood is "missing a tremendous creative opportunity" by not depicting more strong women as leaders of the U.S. onscreen. "I think we have a moral imperative now, after this election, to step it up."
"If somebody was armed, somebody could have taken action."
The New Orleans Film Festival (NOFF) is underway in Louisiana and one of its sidebars is "Cine Cubano," featuring six Cuba-centric films, many of which experienced cultural challenges during production.
"The best thing you can do is not stay silent," says Lakshmi. "It's not just about saying what's wrong, but it's about saying what should be and what's right."
Davis talks to The Hollywood Reporter about gender equality, Hillary Clinton, Bradley Cooper and 'Frozen.'
'Trainwreck' shooter John Russell Houser, a man known for his misogynistic comments in the media, wrote down the details of the movie screening in his journal prior to his attack.
Social media and feminism have gone hand in hand this past year, with the rise of hashtag activism campaigns like #AskHerMore, #HeForShe, #YesAllWomen and #LikeAGirl.
The actress says she won't "feel comfortable" filming in the state if the legislation becomes law.
An executive producer for E! red-carpet coverage and the creator of #AskHerMore weigh in on the questions asked of women at the Oscars.
The duo got into a debate about religious liberty at the Iowa State Fair.
"We have to be addressing this issue right now because look at how our humanity is being mangled in this election."