Last night, Netflix released a powerful and stirring commercial highlighting some of the incredibly talented black creatives working both in front of and behind the camera on many of the streaming giant’s originals.
After a year in which women of Hollywood have stood up against gender disparity in the industry and announced that Time’s Up on the boy’s club of cinema, the effect appears to be trickling down to less visible parts of the industry.
Listen up, peeps – Benedict Cumberbatch has added himself to the long line of male actors and industry figures making a stand for gender pay parity in Hollywood. We’re here to highlight the men who have continued to speak out about pay inequality in Hollywood and beyond.
Gary Whitta is to team up with the original writer of 'The Last Starfighter' to develop the remake for the big screen. Meanwhile, David Mickey Evans, director of 'The Sandlot', confirmed he was approached by “a young writer named Austin Reynolds” with an idea for how to “reboot the franchise
Donald Glover has struck out against Marvel after it was announced he, his brother Stephen, and FX would no longer be involved in 'Deadpool: The Animated Series'. In the 15-page script, Deadpool is depicted as protecting (and chatting with) the world’s last male northern white rhino, Sudan.
On Sunday, the 90th Academy Awards will roll out their red carpet and hand out a prestigious series of statues to a bunch of buzzed industry professionals. But why do any of us care? There are more than enough reasons why we probably shouldn’t.
Original ideas – who needs ‘em? Definitely not Hollywood as it continues to churn out streams of content from the remake mill. If it seems like there’s a new reboot announcement every damn week at the moment, that’s probably because there is.
In television alone, there’s a tsunami of remakes coming our way and whether you like it or not, it’s happening – your choice whether to swim with the tide or drown amongst the waves. With 2018 hailed the “year of the reboots”, we decided to focus on the adapted TV
Alex Garland’s latest sci-fi head-wrecker 'Annihilation' might be receiving rave reviews from critics, but advocacy groups are offering rage reviews. Media Action Network for Asian Americans (MANAA) and American Indians in Film and Television have chided the movie for whitewashing.
Sneakers and dungarees could become a political statement at the 2018 Berlin Film Festival, as female actors are being urged to “challenge the patriarchal gaze” of red carpet fashion. Is this an effective tool to fight for equality, or just an example of Hollywood virtue signaling?