Women, Proven, The Bigger Box Office Draw, Yet Representation Stagnates. That’s not just poor representation, it’s also bad business. A culmination of research from the last two years is starting to prove that despite the stagnated representation in all roles in the industry, women still have a much bigger […]
Leading Man Stephen Amell Speaking out for the first time since Andrew Kreisberg was suspended amid sexual harassment allegations.
I cannot help but be PISSED about Andrew Kreisberg, Bryan Singer, Brett Ratner, and the cowards who did nothing. Thank God For Gal Gadot a TRUE superhero
James Cameron is a typical man in Hollywood. His attacks on Wonder Woman and Patty Jenkins is out of pure jealousy. He’s not a good guy, who has famously abused women on set. His opinions should be disregarded. Wonder woman Rules and do does patty jenkins!
it’s considered risky when women directors like Patty Jenkins are offered the same franchise projects. Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and many others are considered some of the most iconic and complex characters in comics history, and it is important to not just have women in front of the camera for these projects, but also behind their production. People who can fully grasp their nuances and relate them to audiences should tell their stories. And who could better relate to the challenges of working in a male-dominated environment than a female director?
Can Patty Jenkins make the superhero world safe for female directors?
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This film was a complete package, the heroes journeys completed. Patty Jenkins, as a woman director, destroys the well-believed theory that women do not want, or don’t have the knowledge about directing action movies or Sci-fi or Fantasy movies.
With Wonder Woman Premiering this Friday we are going to celebrate Wonder Woman count down
(Via Screenrant) J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World hasn’t been on the big screen since Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 opened in theaters in summer 2011. However, the magical setting will return this year with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, a film that takes place in 1920s […]