24 Famous Women Who Actually Empowered And Looked After Each Other, Despite What The Industry Intended
"What I don't like is the spin that [Joe Jonas] is taking care of the kids. I'm sorry — is this an immaculate conception?" —Women of The View about Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas' divorce.
The likes of Meghan Markle, Laverne Cox, Issa Rae, and so many more made their way to Beyoncé's Renaissance shows in Los Angeles this weekend.
The costuming of Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy is so perfect.
Channing Tatum Didn't Like His "Magic Mike" Body And Thought It Was "Unhealthy", And 18 Other Actors Who've Spoken About Body Image In Hollywood
“I would love to switch on my TV and see a disabled person talking about something they are genuinely interested in or acting out a part that doesn’t just focus on their impairment.”
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes has a first trailer, and yes, I'm re-entering my The Hunger Games era alongside everyone else.
Welcome (back) to the Hunger Games, baby!
"If I say something, I'm saying something for a reason. I feel like so many times Black women say stuff, and nobody cares." —Keke Palmer
"This Is A Career-Ender" – 11 Actors That Took Roles They Now Hate, And Seven That Passed Up On Huge Parts
"I hated that film with a vengeance and could not believe how bad it was."
"It Was The Most Moving Moment For Me In Any Movie I've Made" – Ben Affleck And Chris Tucker Share Their Experiences On Creating The New Film "Air"
"It was the most moving moment for me in any movie I've made."
Hollywood Has Truly Nailed How Women Have Sex In Movies/TV Shows, And Here Are 11 Stories From Actors To Prove It
"It was two friends working with an intimacy coordinator and French-kissing a bunch. I remember on the set of [A League of Their Own] being like: 'Wow, we've kissed every day this week — that's what we do now. We just touch boobs and kiss.'" —D'Arcy Carden on filming with Abbi Jacobson.
Don't mess with her.
You never know when your breakthrough will arrive.
A Voter For The 2023 Oscars Said That "Viola Davis And The Lady Director" Need To "Shut Up" After "Woman King" Was Snubbed, And It Shows How Messed Up This Whole Process Is
The anonymous actor said, "When they get in trouble for not giving Viola Davis an award, it's like, no, sweetheart, you didn't deserve it. We voted, and we voted for the five we thought were best." He later admitted to not even seeing Woman King.
10 Times People Had A Problem With A Female Actor's Appearance When Literally, It Had Nothing To Do With The Plot
Unfortunately, female actors still have to deal with trash like this, but thankfully, there's a vast majority of sensible people here to support them.
Move over Walter White, Dave Bautista is the one who knocks now!
“We're talking about misogynoir — like, it comes in all kinds of ways, whether it's direct or indirect. It impacts who we are."
Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony.
Harry Styles, Beyoncé, and Viola Davis were early winners.
Davis won the Grammy on Sunday for Best Audio Book, Narration, and Storytelling Recording for her memoir, Finding Me.
Only two Oscar acting nominations went to Black actors this year, but there were many more performances worthy of such praise.
While the Oscars didn't state Andrea Riseborough's nomination is the reason for the review, the reported campaign around her Best Actress nomination is making headlines.
I'm 100% here for Angela Bassett to win an Oscar.
We're going to need enough Oscars....TO FILL THE NILE!
I still can't believe that Alan Rickman only had about four minutes of total screen time as Snape in each Harry Potter movie.
Avatar: The Way of Water, Everything Everywhere All At Once, and 48 other must-sees from the year.
"And the Golden Globe goes to..."
Jennifer Lawrence Has Broken Her Silence After Being Absolutely Destroyed Online For Saying She Was The First Woman To Lead An Action Movie In 2012’s “The Hunger Games”
“That’s certainly not what I meant to say at all. I know that I am not the only woman who has ever led an action film.”
Jennifer Lawrence And Viola Davis Opened Up About How Tough It Is To Be A Woman Action Star, But Some People Focused On A Comment Lawrence Made About “Hunger Games” Being The First Action Movie With A Woman Lead
Variety on Wednesday posted the roughly 45-minute conversation between Jennifer Lawrence and Viola Davis as part of the magazine’s “Actors on Actors” series.
"I remember the biggest conversation was, ‘How much weight are you going to lose?'"