SPECTRE: Daniel Craig returns as James Bond in SPECTRE, heading to theaters on November 6, and as new photos reveal, he’ll be surrounded by four strong women: Lea Seydoux (above), as a doctor who is also the daughter of an assassin; Monica Belucci, as a Mafia widow; Naomie Harris, who returns as Eve Moneypenny; and Stephanie Sigman, whose… Continue reading Movie News: See 'SPECTRE' Bond Women in New Photos; Disney's Animated 'The Sword in the Stone' Going Live-Action
Here’s an interesting report on the heels of the notoriously white Oscars this year: according to a study looking at entertainment over the period of 2012-2013 (via The Hollywood Reporter), audiences preferred diverse casts on both big and small screens. And yet Hollywood is still doing a terrible job of representing minorities and women in front of and behind the camera.
This… Continue reading New Study Proves Audiences Want More Minorities and Women in Movies and TV
Here’s a great little stat courtesy of IMDb: According to their end-of-year lists based on the amount of page searches across its site, the top 10 stars of 2014 are all women. The annual list — which is comprised entirely of women for the first time — has been compiled for a decade and is one of several the site releases each year. … Continue reading Here's Some Good News: The Top 10 Stars of 2014 Are All Women
When it comes to Jason Reitman’s “Men, Women & Children,” you can feel all the films that came before it (movies that tackled technological unease… Continue reading 5 Movies That Inspired Jason Reitman's 'Men, Women, & Children'
There are certain movies that just feel like home, and others that spend a lot of time with characters who are trying to figure out what “home” even means. Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children is both. When I was growing up, home was quite literally the house I lived in with my parents and my dog. That was home. That was the only home… Continue reading Toronto Review: Jason Reitman's 'Men, Women & Children' Feels A Lot Like Home