Your Search Returned 322 tagged news reports
But a new study suggests women are still "seen and not heard" in many blockbusters. Research carried out by an American university shows that speaking roles for women are at their lowest levels for five years. BBC Breakfast spoke to film critic
May 16, 2013 We understand that the final version of a movie has to be censored or have scenes deleted before it makes it to theaters. But sadly, some of these deleted scenes are so awesome and it seems a shame they weren't included in the films.
Andie MacDowell, Four Weddings And A Funeral (1994) 'I'll have what she's having' - Female in cafe, When Harry Met Sally (1989) 'I always get the fuzzy end of the lollipop' - Marilyn Monroe, Some Like It Hot (1959) 'I carried a watermelon' - Jennifer
There's one mountain in Hollywood that even "The Hunger Games'" scrappy heroine Katniss Everdeen hasn't been able to move: the number of roles for women. Despite the success of recent female-driven movies such as "Bridesmaids" and the "Hunger Games"
I already decided I'm gonna wait in line overnight to try to go to Saturday Night Live this Saturday , so that's set in stone...I feel like the SNL promos are usually really good, sometimes even better than the person's actual appearance on the show,
We know she's playing young Lucille in the new season of Arrested Development , she's hosting SNL next week, and she has a few new movie projects lined up, but aside from her amazing presenting with Will Ferrell at the Golden Globes, we haven't
The "Bridesmaids" actress covered her modesty with her hands and looked confident about her body during the shoot, reports femalefirst.co.uk. However, she has said she was an introvert when she was young. "I was very, very shy when I was little.
Kristen Wiig is back in the indie comedy "Girl Most Likely." The film's first official trailer debuted on Thursday, accompanied by the "Girls"-approved Icona Pop song, "I Love It." Previously titled "Imogene," "Girl Most Likely" made its initial
Anna Magzanyan THR's Janice Min, left, with Geena Davis, Nina Jacobson, Paul Feig, Vanessa Morrison and Amy Miles. During an outspoken panel on the lack of women in film that included 'The Hunger Games'' Nina Jacobson, director Paul Feig and Regal
Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy teamed up to hype The Heat today at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. The pair play law enforcement agents who don't exactly see eye to eye in the upcoming buddy comedy, which was directed by Bridesmaids ' Paul Feig and hits