Now that women in Hollywood are coming forward to call out the industry’s long-standing, endlessly appalling gender pay gap—see: Michelle Williams, Crazy Rich Asians screenwriter Adele Lim—fans are finally
In a Vanity Fair exclusive, director Sam Mendes explains why he wanted to tell a real-time battlefield story, and how bringing it to life seemed impossible. There’s no looking away. The battlefield drama
Robert De Niro has sung his “fuck Trump” tune into every mic that has allowed it since at least 2015. Now add CNN Sunday morning talk show Reliable Sources with host Brian Stelter to his reel. When Stelter
Michelle Williams took home the award for outstanding lead actress in a limited series or movie for Fosse/Verdon at Sunday night's Emmys, and her powerful acceptance speech deserves a trophy of its own.
With a worldwide box office of more than $238 million, “Crazy Rich Asians” was a hit for Warner Bros. and a sequel was inevitable. But a recent story in The Hollywood Reporter has revealed a major hiccup
Jon M. Chu released a statement on Twitter addressing Adele Lim's decision to step away from the franchise. Jon M. Chu responded to the news of “Crazy Rich Asians” co-writer Adele Lim’s departure from
In a lengthy statement, the director offered support to his film’s former screeenwriter: “For those of you who are asking, you bet your ass I stand with Adele!” But he also tried to explain why she was
Jon M. Chu, the director for Crazy Rich Asians, is opening up about Adele Lim — the screenwriter who co-wrote the highly successful 2018 film and left the sequel after a pay parity dispute. In a lengthy
The rest of us plebes are occasionally given a glimpse behind Hollywood’s glittering curtain, revealing, unfortunately, that it continues to be rotten with sexism. The latest example: Crazy Rich Asians
"Crazy Rich Asians" director Jon M. Chu came to the defense of writer Adele Lim, who said she exited the sequel over pay disparity. "For those of you who are asking, you bet your ass I stand with Adele!,"