THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: Julie Taymor to direct Gloria Steinem biopic, Harvey Weinstein fired in wake of sexual abuse allegations, James Cameron still doesn’t get ‘Wonder Woman’

THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: Julie Taymor to direct Gloria Steinem biopic, Harvey Weinstein fired in wake of sexual abuse allegations, James Cameron still doesn’t get ‘Wonder Woman’

THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: Julie Taymor to direct Gloria Steinem biopic, Harvey Weinstein fired in wake of sexual abuse allegations, and James Cameron still doesn’t get ‘Wonder Woman.’

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THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: Rose McGowan to get Tallgrass festival honor, ‘Lady Bird’ added to Austin Film Festival, Patty Jenkins seals historic ‘Wonder Woman 2′ deal as superhero hit powers onto Blu-ray, Jamie Lee Curtis returns to ‘Halloween’

THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: Rose McGowan to get Tallgrass festival honor, ‘Lady Bird’ added to Austin Film Festival, Patty Jenkins seals historic ‘Wonder Woman 2′ deal as superhero hit powers onto Blu-ray, Jamie Lee Curtis returns to ‘Halloween’

Rose McGowan will receive a big honor from Kansas’ Tallgrass International Film Festival, Greta Gerwig’s ‘Lady Bird’ has been added to Texas’ Austin Film Festival, Patty Jenkins seals historic ‘Wonder Woman 2′ deal as superhero hit powers onto Blu-ray, and Jamie Lee Curtis returns to the ‘Halloween’ franchise.

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THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: ‘Girls Trip’ breaks records, Patty Jenkins hopes ‘Wonder Woman’ leads to opportunities, Geena Davis talks acting and ageism and Women Texas Film Festival names winners

THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: ‘Girls Trip’ breaks records, Patty Jenkins hopes ‘Wonder Woman’ leads to opportunities, Geena Davis talks acting and ageism and Women Texas Film Festival names winners

THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: ‘Girls Trip’ breaks records, Patty Jenkins hopes ‘Wonder Woman’ leads to opportunities, Geena Davis talks acting and ageism, and Women Texas Film Festival names winners.

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James Cameron vs. Wonder Woman: Hollywood’s continuing desire to lock women in the ‘strong’ box

James Cameron vs. Wonder Woman: Hollywood’s continuing desire to lock women in the ‘strong’ box

James Cameron vs. Wonder Woman: The “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” director calls Patty Jenkins’ “Wonder Woman” movie “a step back,” and confirms Hollywood’s continuing desire to lock women in the “strong” box.

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THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: St. Vincent to direct woman-led ‘Picture of Dorian Gray,’ Reese Witherspoon talks modern-day rom-coms, filming begins on ‘Mary, Queen of Scots,’ Patty Jenkins negotiating big payday for ‘Wonder Woman 2′

THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: St. Vincent to direct woman-led ‘Picture of Dorian Gray,’ Reese Witherspoon talks modern-day rom-coms, filming begins on ‘Mary, Queen of Scots,’ Patty Jenkins negotiating big payday for ‘Wonder Woman 2′

While Patty Jenkins is reportedly in final talks to receive a historic payday for helming the “Wonder Woman” sequel, three women are making their feature film directorial debuts on widely divergent projects.

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THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: ‘Wonder Woman’ Oscar campaign, Jessica Chastain’s X-Men antagonist, Hedy Lamarr documentary and Alfre Woodard’s lionesque role

THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: ‘Wonder Woman’ Oscar campaign, Jessica Chastain’s X-Men antagonist, Hedy Lamarr documentary and Alfre Woodard’s lionesque role

Warner Bros. is planning a ‘Wonder Woman’ Oscar campaign, Jessica Chastain is taking on an X-Men antagonist, Hedy Lamarr documentary is coming to silver screen, and Alfre Woodard is playing a lionesque role.

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Are Hollywood’s sexist ways finally catching up with its box-office prospects?

Are Hollywood’s sexist ways finally catching up with its box-office prospects?

Are Hollywood’s sexist ways finally catching up with its box-office prospects? It’s been a bit of a lackluster summer at the domestic box office, and it may just be that Hollywood’s failure to adapt to the reality that women moviegoers want to see more movies starring women that has at least in part caused its summer blahs.

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THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: ‘Wonder Woman’ becomes top DC Extended Universe film, while ‘The Beguiled’ tests female vs. male gazes

THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: ‘Wonder Woman’ becomes top DC Extended Universe film, while ‘The Beguiled’ tests female vs. male gazes

As ‘Wonder Woman’ becomes the top DC Extended Universe film, Jennifer Lawrence, Zoe Saldana and Shonda Rhimes are among the women to earn 2018 stars on Hollywood Walk of Fame. While ‘The Beguiled’ tests the female vs. male gazes, comparing the careers of Colin Trevorrow and Mimi Leder tests the patience of female film fans.

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Patty Jenkins’ ‘Wonder Woman’ continues to break records and win battles

Patty Jenkins’ ‘Wonder Woman’ continues to break records and win battles

Patty Jenkins’ ‘Wonder Woman’ becomes highest-grossing live-action film ever directed by a woman , blasting past 2008′s “Mamma Mia!”

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THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: ‘Wonder Woman’ keeps winning, Gabriela Cowperthwaite on ‘Megan Leavey,’ Ava DuVernay and Oprah Winfrey on making an effort for inclusion

THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: ‘Wonder Woman’ keeps winning, Gabriela Cowperthwaite on ‘Megan Leavey,’ Ava DuVernay and Oprah Winfrey on making an effort for inclusion

THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: ‘Wonder Woman’ keeps winning at the box office and defying expectations, ‘Megan Leavey’ helmer Gabriela Cowperthwaite talks about the need for women to see themselves on screen, and Ava DuVernay and Oprah Winfrey discuss making an effort for inclusion.

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Patty Jenkins’ ‘Wonder Woman’ and Sofia Coppola’s ‘The Beguiled’ make history for female filmmakers

Patty Jenkins’ ‘Wonder Woman’ and Sofia Coppola’s ‘The Beguiled’ make history for female filmmakers

Between Wonder Woman and Sofia Coppola, the past two weeks have been historic for female filmmakers – and encouraging for women who love and follow the movies.

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THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: 25 movies coming soon by female directors, Blake Lively speaks out on equality, Nicole Kidman pulls off career renaissance, Margot Robbie to portray Queen Elizabeth I

THE WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: 25 movies coming soon by female directors, Blake Lively speaks out on equality, Nicole Kidman pulls off career renaissance, Margot Robbie to portray Queen Elizabeth I

25 movies coming soon by female directors, Blake Lively speaks out on equality, Nicole Kidman pulls off career renaissance, and Margot Robbie to portray Queen Elizabeth I.

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Number of women directors falls – and female characters have less to say in movies

Number of women directors falls – and female characters have less to say in movies

In the past week, I’ve learned that the number of […]

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Women’s Week news roundup: ‘La La Land’ and Meryl Streep dominate Golden Globes, Wonder Woman makes it to the movies, women and space win at the box office

Women’s Week news roundup: ‘La La Land’ and Meryl Streep dominate Golden Globes, Wonder Woman makes it to the movies, women and space win at the box office

‘La La Land’ sets a Golden record The Hollywood Foreign […]

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It’s so hard to say goodbye to a cinematic hero like Katniss Everdeen of ‘The Hunger Games’

It’s so hard to say goodbye to a cinematic hero like Katniss Everdeen of ‘The Hunger Games’

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2″ boasts a bittersweet ending because its faithfully adapts the finale of Suzanne Collins’ best-selling book trilogy. But for female filmgoers, it’s especially hard to say goodbye to a successful female-centered film franchise because in present-day Hollywood who knows when we’ll get another another hero like Katniss Everdeen.

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Switching genders: ‘Our Brand Is Crisis,’ ‘Roadhouse’ reboot put women in leading roles originally written for men

Switching genders: ‘Our Brand Is Crisis,’ ‘Roadhouse’ reboot put women in leading roles originally written for men

When filmmakers start casting women in roles originally written for men, it gives real hope that Hollywood might just be changing its sexist ways.

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