Female characters, especially black, Asian and Latina ones, are deeply underrepresented. Ditto for gay, bisexual, transgender characters and those with disabilities.
Author Archives: CARA BUCKLEY
The report examined movies from Spring 2018 and found that when men are in leading roles, the reviews are not as stratified by the critics’ gender.
The new symbol of Hollywood weird, who is starring in “Sorry to Bother You,” refuses to be categorized as part of a movement. “I’m just doing me.”
The Creative Artists Agency is offering the list to studios, showrunners and networks in response to reports of overwhelmingly white writers’ rooms.
A new Directors Guild report shows that diversity among filmmakers remained low last year, and that was true for indies as well as blockbusters.
The comic, who’s back with a special about her family happiness, is relieved she’s no longer “tied to such a negative person,” a.k.a. Louis C.K.
The network is conducting an investigation of Nev Schulman after a guest on the show posted two videos accusing “the main person” of harassment.
The actions follow the ouster of Harvey Weinstein in October and the conviction of the comedian last week.
The star and driving force behind the “Deadpool” films has long been racked by anxiety. He planned to do most interviews for the movie in character, but not this one.