While Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones will likely not appear in the upcoming Men in Black spin-off, we do know one actor from the original trilogy is coming back for more extraterrestrial action.
More actresses come out to condemn the embattled producer and systemic sexual harassment in the film industry.
The actor returns to the kind of dramatic roles that he surprisingly excels at in brief look at Noah Baumbach’s potential awards contender.
Emma Thompson will not stand for body shaming! The British Oscar-winning actress was discussing the pressures to be thin in Hollywood during an interview on Swedish talk show Skavlan, when she made some shocking revelations about the industry. Thompson claimed there are some actresses who “simply don’t eat” and said she once threatened to walk off a film set when a female costar was asked to lose weight.
Are we the only ones who feel as if the 2016 presidential campaign has been going on for years? While we are literally counting down the days until it’s all over, we must confess that we have been a tad obsessed with all the drama surrounding Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump‘s battle for the presidency. While we’re sure a film is probably already in the works, here is how we would cast Election 2016: Judgment Day….
“I was encouraged not to use the word ‘feminism’ because people felt that it was alienating and separating and the whole idea of the speech was to include as many people as possible,” the UN Women Goodwill Ambassador told the magazine. “But I thought long and hard and ultimately felt that it was just the right thing to do.
By Rebecca Ford On the heels of the big opening of Disney’s Cinderella this past weekend, Disney has dated its live-action fairytale retellingBeauty and the Beast, for March 17, 2017. Emma Watson is starring as Belle while Dan Stevens will play the Prince/Beast. Luke Evans will play the role of Gaston. Emma Thompson has joined the cast as Mrs.