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Kent Smith/SHOWTIME

Writer Meredith Stiehm, 44, shares similarities with Homeland‘s Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes): both work in male-dominated places (Stiehm is the Showtime series’ sole female writer) and both have personal connections to bipolar disorder (Stiehm’s sister, like Carrie, suffers from the condition). Stiehm  has penned some of the series most acclaimed and talked about episodes, including season… Continue reading The Women Who Run TV: ‘Homeland’ writer Meredith Stiehm on Claire Danes, new FX pilot

Brandi Glanville holds nothing back as she dishes on her spicy – and perhaps surprising – sex life in her explosive new tell-all book, Drinking & Tweeting and other Brandi Blunders.

In her juicy memoir, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills beauty – who admits she still loves her cheating ex-husband Eddie Cibrian, even after the actor scandalously left her for LeAnn Rimes – spills on her steamy sex life with… Continue reading Brandi Glanville: I’d Make Out With Other Women & Eddie Would Watch!

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09/19/2012 at 04:00 PM ET

Women Just Lke You/BotoxDorian Caster for Botox Cosmetic

In April, PEOPLE and Botox Cosmetic teamed up to find five “real” women who weren’t only beautiful outside, but on the inside, too.

It turned out to be an easy task — there were tons of entries! — and five

Last week we brought you a goofy gallery of “Great Character Actors and Their Unlikely Action Figures, Vol. 1.” And you all know what comes after Volume 1, right? Right. 

Plus this volume is all ladies. For future volumes, I’ll just mash the genders together, but since there were no female movie toys in volume one, it only seems right to give the plastic femininity its fair moment in the sun… Continue reading Great Character Actors and Their Unlikely Action Figures, Vol. 2: For Women Only

SXSW 2012: ‘Wonder Women!’ Pushes Hollywood To Bring Wonder Woman To The Big Screen

From Joss Whedon to David S. Goyer to Nicolas Winding Refn, filmmakers have repeatedly tried to resurrect Wonder Woman for today’s audiences. The problem? It seems no one can actually get a feature film based on the iconic DC Comics character off the ground. That’s alarming for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that Hollywood has released superhero movies based on little known comic-book characters like… Continue reading SXSW 2012: 'Wonder Women!' Pushes Hollywood To Bring Wonder Woman To The Big Screen