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Karen Gillan Volunteers To Direct An All-Female Marvel Movie
The "Avengers" star and first-time director says Marvel actresses talk about a women-only superhero film all the time.
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These Old Marijuana Movie Posters May Scare You Into Smoking Pot
According to these films, smoking pot may make you dance the Charleston.
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'A Quiet Place' Falls Into A Tired Trope About Deafness
Pamela J. Kincheloe
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While I'm cheering on the film, I have to ask: What is it saying about people who live in silence?
Unanswered Mystery From 'A Quiet Place' Finally Gets Nailed Down
In a HuffPost interview, producers discuss the film's real villain -- that nail on the stairs -- and tease a sequel.
Molly Ringwald Unloads On 'The Breakfast Club' In The #MeToo Era
She's appalled now by the sexism, racism and homophobia in John Hughes' films, but those "outsider" teen struggles still touched many.
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The First Queen Of Hip-Hop Is Ready To Tell Her 'Me Too' Story
"Roxanne, Roxanne" is the grating, intersectional story of abuse we need.
Why The Last Boom In Black Film Didn't Spur Real Change
Decades after the success of '90s black films, black filmmakers are on the rise again. Will the momentum last this time?
Renee Zellweger Is Judy Garland In First Look At Upcoming Biopic
The film is set in 1968 -- the year before Garland's untimely death.
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Matthew Morrison Says His 'Heart Is Broken' Over Alleged Dog Abuse On Film Set
PETA says a German shepherd was mistreated during the filming of the movie "Crazy Alien."
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'Black Panther' Hits $1 Billion Mark In Worldwide Box Office Numbers
The superhero film challenges the Hollywood myth that movies with predominantly black casts "don't travel."
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'Coco' Producer Says A Queer Pixar Protagonist Would Be 'A Dream'
Curtis M. Wong
The film's success will encourage diversity "in every realm," she said.
Women Aren't 'Mysteries' -- And They Don't Need To Be Solved
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Hollywood needs to stop pretending that women are unsolvable mysteries and game-playing liars.
Netflix Titles Celebrating Queens of Color This Women's History Month
This March, we're honoring the women of color on screen who continuously prove why the future is undoubtedly femme.
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CULTURE & ARTS
Go Ahead, Take This Opportunity To Say You Always Hated A Creep's Art
Have you always hated Quentin Tarantino movies? Me, too.
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We Don't Need 'Diversity' In Film And TV. We Need Balance.
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The film and television industry has become too comfortable with its level of representation.
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31 Glorious Shows and Movies To Watch This Black History Month
Blackness streaming now.
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'The Passion Of The Christ' Actor Promises Sequel To Be 'Biggest Film In History'
Jim Caviezel is in talks to reprise his role as Jesus in a sequel focusing on the resurrection.
Tom Hanks Will Play Mr. Rogers in 'You Are My Friend' Biopic
The film will portray the growing friendship between Fred Rogers and journalist Tom Junod.
A Powerful Film Is Putting The Struggles Of A Genderfluid Teen Front And Center
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"Freakshow" is now playing in select theaters.
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'CMBYN' Director Says AIDS To Be 'Very Relevant' In Film's Sequel
Curtis M. Wong
Luca Guadagnino has plans to expand the story into a "Before Sunrise"-like series.
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A Pam Grier Biopic May Be Coming To The Big Screen Soon
Jay Pharoah is set to portray Richard Pryor in the film.
Hattie McDaniel’s Historic Oscar Win
Hattie McDaniel, the first black Oscar winner, could be getting a biopic.
The Trailer For The Mamma Mia Sequel Is Here | HuffPost Entertainment
The trailer for the Mamma Mia sequel just dropped, and it has everything we could want, including Cher.
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2017 Was A Stellar Year For Queer Cinema
"Moonlight" took home the Oscar for best picture, but it was only the beginning of a great year for LGBTQ movies.
Artist Paints Donald Trump As Your Favorite Film And TV Show Villains
Finally, a Pennywise president.
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