Disney's live-action remake of its 1992 animated classic earned more than $1 billion, but its Egyptian-born leading man still feels like a "wild card."
As the writing challenge turns 20, it’s time for the publishing industry to challenge itself.
Darren Star said the show was “a product of its time.”
Culture & Arts
The industry is often still surprised when films like "Hustlers" hit big at the box office.
Researchers at UCLA have developed a set of best practices for Hollywood leaders and gatekeepers to commit to long-term, industrywide changes.
“Raising that bar means we must do the heavy lifting to attract, cultivate and retain diverse talent.”
When the former Newark mayor joined the U.S. Senate in 2013, it was overwhelmingly white ― and it still is today.
A new study from USC's Annenberg Inclusion Initiative finds gains for underrepresented groups in 2018, but also highlights longstanding inequities.
A Black employee's African statues were reportedly beheaded, but investigators believe it was a freak occurrence.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee staff exodus followed concerns about hiring and a lack of diversity.
The actor and producer is determined to increase representation on and off screen through her production company.
Mindy Kaling has been championing diversity in front and behind the camera for years.
The popular cartoon series is debuting a lesbian couple in its final season.
These books portray many aspects of the LGBTQ experience for kids as young as 3.
An analysis by Time’s Up of the past two decades of presidential primary debates shows a huge lack of diversity among moderators.
A provision in the bill to require public companies in Illinois to have at least one woman, one black and one Latino director on their boards got scrapped.
In the past, the film festival has been called out for a lack of diversity but it has made a push to improve gender parity.
“I think it's a really great time in our culture, our society to be more inclusive and to be telling all of these stories.” The stars of the new Netflix rom-com “Always Be My Maybe” spoke about how diverse storytelling has changed in Hollywood.
Style & Beauty
Photos that include female-identifying and nonbinary individuals of all ages, sizes, skin tones and abilities are now available for the press and marketers.
“Most black actresses come to a new set w/ their hair done (me) or bring their wigs & clip-ins w/them,” actress Yvette Nicole Brown tweeted.