The Fox News personality ranted against what she called "the war on men," and said Hollywood is waging it with crop tops, skinny jeans, and -- pajamas?
She might also star in the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The 33-year-old "Jennifer's Body" actor spoke about the pain of being hypersexualized in Hollywood.
Researchers at UCLA have developed a set of best practices for Hollywood leaders and gatekeepers to commit to long-term, industrywide changes.
The publication tweeted an article about "Saturday Night Live's" casting of Bowen Yang ― the first Chinese-American cast member -- but with a picture of Joel Kim Booster.
In her heyday, the actor "embodied the waifish ingenue," The Hollywood Reporter wrote.
Lim was offered far less than co-writer Peter Chiarelli by Warner Bros.
“Grace & Frankie” actor June Diane Raphael joins Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani to discuss women in politics in the #MeToo era. She also discusses The Jane Club, the coworking space she co-founded that’s changing the game for working moms (and dads) in Hollywood, and her new book “Represent,” a guide for women interested in running for office.
A new study from USC's Annenberg Inclusion Initiative finds gains for underrepresented groups in 2018, but also highlights longstanding inequities.
The Oscar winner and star of the upcoming movie "Judy" stopped acting for six years, realizing that she was experiencing burnout and depression.
One Twitter user slammed the British news agency by pointing out the star was nominated for a Golden Globe when she was 12.
"I don’t know, maybe they just think I’m the girl from 'Bring It On,'” said the “On Becoming a God in Central Florida” star.
Monte, a dog who came to Hollywood by way of a New Mexico animal shelter and an Arizona rescue group, will play the titular Tramp in the remake.
The series features husbands Jason Bolden and Adair Curtis, whose A-list clients include Ava DuVernay, Gabrielle Union and more.
He was likely referring to the controversy behind “The Hunt,” which has received coverage on the president’s favorite network, Fox News.
“I know the perception is that it’s got a lot easier to make films by or about minorities or women, but it’s actually still difficult,” the actress told British Vogue.
Their new movie is a stirring, unconventional meditation on racial identity in America.