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Let’s take a look at some of the worst cases of women being abused by so called fans for a character they played in a film or TV

Fans can become outraged when a movie or show doesn’t deliver what they want. Case in point is the dweeb squad looking to remake 'Star Wars: The Last

Abuse is more deeply rooted than any code of conduct can properly contain. At conventions, sexual harassment has long been a problem for female cosplayers.

As Disney’s careful hands currently cradle the franchise, some things in the old 'Star Wars' films they couldn’t get away with today. Here are five of them.

In light of the conversations about women in entertainment, here are ten fierce female filmmakers we’d love to see making their own big-budget films.

Sometimes loving something means admitting to its many flaws, so embrace those blunders with us as we rank the ten worst ever 'Star Wars' moments (so far).

We’ve seen a steady diminishment in the old order of Hollywood; the old guard is being flushed out by LA’s pricey filming costs in favor of other locations.

Composer John Williams has received an astonishing 51 Oscar nominations. Here are ten of his most essential cues we’ll never get tired of listening to.

According to a recent study, filming in Tinseltown has hit a five-year low. Film Daily explores why Hollywood productions are turning to Europe.