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Let's Not Give Alleged Harassers A Comeback Narrative
A spate of recent stories wonder if men exposed by Me Too can return to the spotlight. Their accusers often can't.
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Ellen Burstyn Predicts The Future: 'We'll Be The Dogs Of The Robots'
The 85-year-old Oscar winner has a lot to say about the singularity, dark energy and humanity's place in the universe.
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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Might Be Coming To A Movie Theater Near You
Ginsburg recently filmed a short cameo for an upcoming movie, one of two big screen projects about her that are premiering this year.
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Milos Forman, Oscar-Winning Director, Dead At 86
He made critically acclaimed films like "Amadeus" and "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."
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This Is Life On The Streets Of Hollywood When You're Young, Queer And Homeless
While struggling to find stability, homeless queer youth face an additional battle -- one for their own identities.
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Priyanka Chopra Lost Movie Role Because 'They Wanted Someone Who's Not Brown'
The actress's story is yet another example of how Hollywood is tilted against people of color.
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A Woman As Indiana Jones? Yes, Please.
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"Indiana Joan" is another sign of Hollywood's gender awakening.
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Sandra Oh Assumed She Wasn’t Up For Lead In 'Killing Eve' Due To Hollywood Racism
“After being told to see things a certain way for decades, you realize, ‘Oh my God! They brainwashed me!’"
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John Krasinski Insisted Deaf Actress Be Cast In 'A Quiet Place'
The film's star and director wanted the character, played by deaf actress Millicent Simmonds, to be authentic.
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Andie MacDowell Climbed The Hollywood Ladder. Then She Decided She'd Rather Be 'Normal.'
Nearing age 60, MacDowell returns with one of the best roles of her career. But why isn't she as famous as Nicole Kidman?
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Lynda Carter, The Original 'Wonder Woman,' Finally Gets A Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star
Congrats, Lynda! 💙
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Cameron Diaz Says She's 'Actually Retired,' So There
A former costar previously said Diaz had called it quits, but then said she was joking.
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'Ren & Stimpy' Creator Accused Of Sexually Abusing Teen Girls
In the 1990s, John Kricfalusi reportedly made a drawing of a dog ejaculating on one of the two women.
Roseanne Barr Snaps Back At Wendy Williams With A Personal Burn
The talk-show host discovered why you don't ask Roseanne about an ex-husband.
Darren Aronofsky's New TV Series Breaks With The Hollywood Playbook On Climate Change
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"This is the great Architectural Digest spread of planet Earth,” the director said.
'Black Panther' The U.S.'s Highest Grossing Superhero Film Of All Time
It passes 2012's "The Avengers" this weekend.
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?
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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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CULTURE & ARTS
For Women Behind The Camera, Sexual Harassment Is Part Of The Job
A HuffPost investigation found that women across crew positions experience an onslaught of lewd comments, gendered discrimination and even physical assault — and in some cases, it’s driving them out of the industry.
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Why 'A Wrinkle In Time' Was An Unexpected Move For Director Ava DuVernay
“A Wrinkle In Time” is a departure for director Ava DuVernay, and it’s a choice that could open many doors for female directors.
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Netflix Paid 'The Crown' Star Claire Foy Less Than Her On-Screen Husband
Apparently, even the queen of England doesn't get equal pay.
Once-Paralyzed Singer Makes Katy Perry Weep On 'American Idol'
"I'm losing it," she said.
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Michael B. Jordan Says His Company Will Adopt Inclusion Rider On All Projects
Frances McDormand memorably called for inclusion riders in her Oscars acceptance speech.
Why Sandra Bullock Is A Huge 'Black Panther' Fan
Sandra Bullock is a ‘Black Panther’ super fan, mainly because of what it means to her as a mother.
The Oscars Haven't Adapted To The 'Me Too' Era
Even with a few nods to the changing world, it's clear Academy voters are still playing according to the same old set of rules.
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Hollywood Pats Itself On The Back With Oscars Montage About Diversity
The celebratory segment at Sunday night's ceremony masked the larger lack of progress on representation in Hollywood.
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