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Is This the End for Lena Dunham, Culture Warrior?
2 months ago

Is This the End for Lena Dunham, Culture Warrior?

Does anyone in Hollywood put their foot in their mouth better than Lena Dunham?

The creator of HBO’s “Girls” has made apologizing her side hustle. Here’s a partial list of her …
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‘Wonder Woman’ and the War on Female Empowerment
7 months ago

‘Wonder Woman’ and the War on Female Empowerment

This should be a promising time for women in film.

The entrenched biases facing women in Hollywood are finally on the front burner. And no one dares turn down the …
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Paul Feig Still in Denial About ‘Ghostbusters’ Flop
1 year ago

Paul Feig Still in Denial About ‘Ghostbusters’ Flop

Paul Feig can rock a finely tailored suit. He’s far less comfortable defending his “Ghostbusters” reboot.

The veteran director steered a can’t miss brand into a ditch. Media reports suggested the …
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How ‘Ghostbusters’ Exposed Blatant Media Bias
1 year ago

How ‘Ghostbusters’ Exposed Blatant Media Bias

If that comes as a surprise to you, don’t feel ashamed. You’ve probably been reading press accounts about the film for the past few weeks.

Media bias thrives in both …
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7 Questions the Press Must Ask Amy Schumer
2 years ago

7 Questions the Press Must Ask Amy Schumer

The star of “Inside Amy Schumer” and last summer’s “Trainwreck” made sure of that. Since rising to “It Comic” status, Schumer has used her platform to speak out on a number …
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How Feminism Absolutely Crushed ‘Neighbors 2’
2 years ago

How Feminism Absolutely Crushed ‘Neighbors 2’

Two women played a big role in the comedy sequel’s production. And how did that work out?

The sequel, starring Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne as parents battling partying college students, snared …
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Horror Short Wages War Against Radical Feminism
2 years ago

Horror Short Wages War Against Radical Feminism

“With all the contacts I had in the industry, not a single one of them had my view points,” said Bois, a Christian conservative. “Who’s going to give me the …
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‘The Nest’ Walks Ideological Tightrope Sans Net
2 years ago

‘The Nest’ Walks Ideological Tightrope Sans Net

Audiences shouldn’t fear a talking point bombardment. Pulitzer Prize finalist Theresa Rebeck’s play, enjoying its world premiere at Denver’s The Space Theatre through Feb. 21, avoids cable news shoutfests. Its story hangs on …
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