Women’s Week news roundup: ‘Zootopia’ comes home, Paul Feig responds to ‘Ghostbusters’ backlash, ‘Mary Poppins’ returns in sequel and more

Women’s Week news roundup: ‘Zootopia’ comes home, Paul Feig responds to ‘Ghostbusters’ backlash, ‘Mary Poppins’ returns in sequel and more

Women’s Week news roundup: ‘Zootopia’ comes home, Paul Feig responds to ‘Ghostbusters’ backlash, ‘Mary Poppins’ returns in sequel, Elizabeth Banks exits “Pitch Perfect 3.”

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Remembering the fiery spirit of Maureen O’Hara – and reflecting on the need for more women throughout the moviemaking process

Remembering the fiery spirit of Maureen O’Hara – and reflecting on the need for more women throughout the moviemaking process

While we mourn the passing of fiery actress Maureen O’Hara, we look to the need for more women in front of the camera, behind the camera and in the boardroom.

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The Primetime Emmy Awards are tonight, but don’t be surprised if there aren’t many women creatives up for awards

The Primetime Emmy Awards are tonight, but don’t be surprised if there aren’t many women creatives up for awards

There will be plenty of glittery red-carpet looks and shiny statuettes to been seen when the Primetime Emmy Awards air tonight. But the numbers behind the scenes are quite so pretty: In the past decade, women have received only 22 percent of the Primetime Emmy nominations for writing, directing, producing, and editing, according to an investigation by the Women’s Media Center.

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