No James Franco or “Wonder Woman,” but in a first, a woman gets a nod for cinematography.
The industry group’s top winner often goes on to collect best picture at the Oscars. Also on the list are “The Big Sick,” “Dunkirk” and “I, Tonya.”
Will the industry learn from this moment of reckoning or will it be business as usual? Our chief critics see small signs of hope.
The year’s three most popular movies in North America were driven by female characters: “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “Wonder Woman.”
“Wonder Woman,” “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women,” “Wonderstruck,” “Wonder Wheel” and just plain “Wonder” — movies with suchlike titles but different aims.
Our chief film critics on their favorite pictures of the year.
Patty Jenkins, the director of the film, spoke out against Mr. Cameron’s charges of objectification.
If you brush up on these five films, you’ll have a jump-start on the season in multiplexes.
This summer entry from the DC Comics movie franchise will test fan interest in a female superhero.