Today Dylan Farrow took to Twitter to call out not just Woody Allen, but those who continue to support him. Fallow is Woody Allen's adopted daughter with Mia Farrow and in 2014, she took to the New York Times and wrote an open letter detailing her events of child abuse and sexual molestation she claims Allen committed against her.Read More
The rumors appear to be rumors no longer: Quentin Tarantino's "Star Trek" pitch has achieved warp five speeds, with potential writers screened and Paramount seemingly agreeing to the director's requirement that the film be R-rated.Read More
Don't @ me.
It's been twenty years this month since Titanic was released in theaters, which means fans have spent two full decades arguing over whether or not Jack had to die, because from where we were all sitting, that door Rose floats on, saving her life, looked to have a whole lot of room left over.Read More
Kate Winslet Refuses to Discuss Woody Allen Controversy Because It’s a “Difficult Conversation” as If That Isn’t the Entire Point
To say this conversation is "difficult" is an utterly cheap dismissal of women's pain. And when this is all in a cover story for a magazine's awards season opener, it's very hard to not see this framed as hitching herself to Allen for an award, instead of choosing to listen to women.Read More
The Hollywood Reporter had a roundtable of the industry's top producers and bothered to include one woman, so that’s something I guess. The panel included: Judd Apatow (The Big Sick), Seth Rogen (The Disaster Artist), Amy Pascal (The Post, Molly's Game), Jason Blum (Get Out), Ridley Scott (Blade Runner 2049, All the Money in the World) and Eric Fellner (Darkest Hour).Read More
It's not only frustrating that far too many creative men in the entertainment industry have been accused of some sort of abuse, sexual assault, or sexual misconduct, but they are also allowed to continue to have thriving careers while facing minimal consequences, if any at all, from their industry. Woody Allen is one of those men, and Kate Winslet is a frustrating example of Hollywood's ingrained, systemic sexism in action.Read More
New images of Woody Allen's next movie, Wonder Wheel have been released, which served as the usual semi-annual reminder that he's still making movies, and that people we like and respect are still choosing to work with him.Read More
Kate Winslet, who won her third BAFTA for her role in Steve Jobs, dedicated her award to young women who doubt themselves or struggle with insecurity.Read More
Part 1 of Valiant's four-part miniseries, Faith, has been smashing expectations! A third printing of Faith #1 will be available in comic stores with Faith #2 on the 24th--that's the fastest third print run in comic history.Read More
"You're playing with Oscar!"
Graham Norton brought Kate Winslet, Michael Fassbender, Julie Walters, and 50 Cent onto The Graham Norton Show, and shared an adorable clip where they talk about awards.Read More
Kate Winslet recently announced that she's signed a deal to become the face of L'Oréal with the stipulation that they're not allowed to digitally retouch her photos.Read More
The Elle Women in Hollywood Awards are a great excuse for Hollywood's female heavy-hitters to get together and recognize the strength they can find in each other while navigating the entertainment industry at any level. This year's award recipients were shining examples of women who work toward leveling the playing field for themselves and for those women climbing up the ranks behind them.Read More
Why did Alan Rickman’s sophomore directing effort (after his underrated The Winter Guest, starring Emma Thompson) get received as a limp noodle? That is the big question surrounding the film.Read More
The Aaron Sorkiniest.
Apple's Steve Jobs was a pretty huge public presence for the company, so the heavy (over?) dramatization of his life in his Aaron Sorkin/Danny Boyle biopic was fairly inevitable—and this trailer certainly meets those expectations.Read More
Kate Winslet Builds Versailles Gardens For King Alan Rickman In First Trailer For Rickman-Directed A Little Chaos
Feat. Rickman As King Louis XIV
Here is the first trailer for a period drama directed by Alan Rickman in which Kate Winslet plays a woman competing to build one of the Versailles gardens. Stanley Tucci is there, too!Read More
I know. I'm shocked, too.
When I read that the Twilight movie franchise was being resurrected with a series of five short films, my reaction was akin to a cat trying to get a hairball out of its throat. But then I read the thing that all the shorts will have in common and... readers, I didn't think I'd ever say this, but... Twilight. I am proud of you.Read More
Oh, it's on now.
As DC's Wonder Woman once said, "Ice cream is wonderful." Buckets full of ice? Less so, if the reaction of Batman V Superman's Gal Gadot is any indication. But it's all for the very worthy cause of ALS Research, which you can donate to without having to dump ice all over yourself. Unless you're into that, I guess.Read More
It is a gift!
When they say teaser, they really mean teaser. To me, this looks like one of those pre-teaser teasers. I normally hate those but in this case, you actually get a lot out of 13-seconds including a Maggie Q cameo, a brief look at Kate Winslet, and Shailene Woodley showing off some serious moves. And well, probably a bunch of other stuff fans of the Veronica Roth novel will appreciate but I haven't read the book so I can't be sure. Divergent fans, what say you? (via io9) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?Read More