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  1. Paul Feig Ain’t Afraid of No All-Male Ghostbusters, Urges Hollywood to Start Hiring Funny Ladies

    "More people have to hire these people, and don’t leave it to me, because I can only do so many movies."

    "The problem is, I’ve got so many amazing women that I know, and I can’t write movies that have enough parts for everybody. There’s so many women I haven’t worked with yet who I’m desperate to work with. "

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  2. Robert Rodriguez to Write and Direct Warner Bros.’ Live-Action Jonny Quest

    Sim, sim, salabim!

    After years in development, an adaptation of the Hanna-Barbera classic show, Jonny Quest, may now actually see the light of day as a live-action film, with director Robert Rodriguez at the helm.

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  3. Native Hawaiians Criticize Aloha as Another Example of Hawaii Being “The Verdant Background for White Fantasies”

    People who are not Native Hawaiian are used to hearing and saying words like "aloha" without even thinking about it. It's just Hawaiian for hello and goodbye, right? Wrong. As the studio behind the upcoming Bradley Cooper/Rachel McAdams/Emma Stone vehicle, Aloha, is starting to find out, cultural context is extremely important, and cultural appropriation is not cool.

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  4. Hey Girl, We Will Await This Feminist Mad Max Meme in Valhalla

    Look what Ryan Gosling hath wrought.

    This is what the misogynists were worried about: endlessly meme-able lessons in gender roles.

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  5. Channing Tatum Talks About the Gambit Movie, Other “G-Word” Nowhere to Be Found

    You know the one.

    It might suck to wait years for your favorite superhero to finally get a movie only to have to sit through two hours of origin story and then wait roughly two more years to finally see them in full hero action, but at least Channing Tatum's comments on Gambit's new movie origin don't use the word "gritty."

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  6. New Ant-Man Stills and Details on “Dark” New Script Released

    Antimorph?

    As part of an Empire Magazine Ant-Man cover story (featuring renowned animorph Paul Rudd), new stills from the upcoming film have been released and give us a clear look at Scott Lang, Hope Van Dyne, and Hank Pym.

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  7. Documentary in the Works Featuring Mad Max Director George Miller’s Canceled Justice League Film

    Just the excuse I needed to make Mad Max: Fury Road's Wives into comic book superheroes!

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  8. Tyler James Williams Talks Miles Morales and the Lack of Young, Black Superheroes; Confirms Jaden Smith to Play Static Shock

    "It's about time. I would love to see it now, but I would hate to see it not done right."

    Today in "we could have had it all" news, The Walking Dead and Everybody Hates Chris star Tyler James Williams has said he's read for Marvel and would "absolutely love" to play Spider-Man.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Father-Son Star Wars Cantina Duo

    We envy this kid's piano lessons!

    I love it when geek parents and geek kids get geeky together. Check out this video of a father and son jamming out to the Star Wars Cantina music. This kid's piano lessons must be so awesome! (via Nerdist)

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  10. Amy Schumer and Paul Feig Teaming Up On Mother-Daughter Comedy; Feminist Game Still On Point

    Amy Schumer is not only hilarious, but she's been wowing us lately with her increasingly feminist commentary via her comedy. Meanwhile, Paul Feig has been creating platforms for some of Hollywood's funniest women, the most recent example of which is, of course, his upcoming Ghostbusters reboot. Now, they're teaming up for a new comedy!

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  11. Jurassic World‘s Chris Pratt Apologizes In Advance For His Stupidity/ Insensitivity/ Unprofessionalism

    Well, that's proactive.

    Chris Pratt totally apologizes. What did he do? Well, nothing yet. But after experiencing countless press junkets himself, and watching how members of the Avengers: Age of Ultron cast crashed and burned while promoting their film, Pratt figures it's better to be safe than sorry.

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  12. Mario Kart: Fury Road Is the Ridiculous Mad Max Mashup This Week Needed

    It's-a me! Mariosa!

    Or Mad Mario: Rainbow Road.

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  13. George Miller Confirms Fury Road Sequel; Flame-Throwing Guitarist Conducts Very Important Interview

    It's a living.

    The Andrew W.K. of water wars.

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  14. New Transformers Shared Universe Writers Include The Walking Dead‘s Robert Kirkman and Lost‘s Jeff Pinkner

    These days, film franchises are fed and nurtured like spoiled children - given the best toys and resources other kids would kill for in the hopes that the extra attention will turn them into successful adults. The film franchise in this case is Transformers, and the resources in this case are some of the best and most popular writers in genre entertainment.

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  15. Ryan Reynolds Invites Little Deadpool Fan to Set for a Special Make-a-Wish

    I'm very happy young Tony Acevedo was able to get a Deadpool set visit through the Make-a-Wish Foundation as we've previously learned that film will DEFINITELY be rated R. All the fun, none of the expletives!

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  16. Rose Byrne Sides with the ACLU, Calls Hollywood out on Illegal, Sexist Hiring Practices

    "It is beyond just misogyny. It’s legitimate discrimination based on gender, which is illegal."

    Rose Byrne is living proof that working independently to get ladies the opportunities they deserve doesn't mean you can't also call out the film industry's systemic (and obviously illegal) sexism.

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  17. First Clips Of Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard in Macbeth

    No, I'm NOT calling it "The Scottish Film."

    OMG, Shakespeare nerds - get excited! Macbeth, starring Michael Fassbender as the titular king and Marion Cotillard as his power-hungry queen premiered at Cannes, and now they've released two teensy clips to whet our appetites for more medieval Scottish scheming.

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  18. Bill Murray IS Bill Murray IN the Teaser for Sophia Coppola’s A Very Murray Christmas on Netflix

    We've reached peak Murray.

    Normally, a teaser that is only about twenty seconds of Bill Murray staring would make me rage-quit the entire Internet, but I'm starting to think this one is secretly genius. Or teasers have melted my brain.

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  19. Clap If You Believe? Reese Witherspoon to Play Tinkerbell in Live-Action Movie

    Snaps for Tink!

    It's hard to imagine a Peter Pan adaptation that doesn't fill me with the rage of a thousand fiery suns, but on the plus side... Elle Woods!

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  20. Megan Ellison and Jane Fonda Honored at Inaugural Women In Motion Awards at Cannes

    "Art does not belong to the few, but to the many."

    The Cannes Film Festival held its inaugural Women In Motion Awards last week, honoring Zero Dark Thirty producer Megan Ellison, actress Jane Fonda, and screen legend, Olivia de Havilland, who could not attend. Both Ellison and Fonda gave awesome acceptance speeches that focused on giving women the opportunity to tell their own stories.

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