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‘Girlboss’ Review: Britt Robertson Can’t Save This Frustratingly Stagnant Tale of 20-Something Malaise

21 April 2017 12:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Midway through the “Girlboss” premiere, Britt Robertson’s Sophia Amoruso walks down the street, tears pouring down her face, angrily shouting into her phone. She just got fired, and it first appears as though she feels the dismissal unjust. But then, just as she’s about to tick off a third reason her boss sucks, Sophia stops herself, and says, “Why am I such an asshole?”

It’s a question that had been building throughout our introduction to Sophia and asked in a moment that feels primed for self-discovery. In the span of 15 minutes, she’s been inexplicably cruel to her father, invited herself into a free, semi-permanent residency with a stranger, and made herself unreasonably late for work. She was fired not just for being perpetually late, but also for taking a personal phone call on company time, stealing her boss’ lunch, and unapologetically eating it in front of her. »

- Ben Travers

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‘Girlboss’ Review: Britt Robertson Can’t Save This Frustratingly Stagnant Tale of 20-Something Malaise

21 April 2017 12:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Midway through the “Girlboss” premiere, Britt Robertson’s Sophia Amoruso walks down the street, tears pouring down her face, angrily shouting into her phone. She just got fired, and it first appears as though she feels the dismissal unjust. But then, just as she’s about to tick off a third reason her boss sucks, Sophia stops herself, and says, “Why am I such an asshole?”

It’s a question that had been building throughout our introduction to Sophia and asked in a moment that feels primed for self-discovery. In the span of 15 minutes, she’s been inexplicably cruel to her father, invited herself into a free, semi-permanent residency with a stranger, and made herself unreasonably late for work. She was fired not just for being perpetually late, but also for taking a personal phone call on company time, stealing her boss’ lunch, and unapologetically eating it in front of her. »

- Ben Travers

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Universal Considering ‘Fast and Furious’ Spin-off With Johnson, Statham and Theron

21 April 2017 11:16 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Warning: Minor spoilers from “The Fate of the Furious” below.

With “Fate of the Furious” speeding past box office records, Universal Pictures is now considering expanding the “Fast and Furious” universe and looking at some of the franchise’s favorite characters for a spin-off.

Sources tell Variety that the studio is considering a spin-off featuring Dwayne Johnson’s Luke Hobbs, Jason Statham’s Decker Shaw, and Charlize Theron’s Cipher with series architect Chris Morgan penning the script.

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Plans for a spin-off are so preliminary that no script has been written and all three actors are far from committed to coming on board. The idea of a spin-off has been thrown around ever since Johnson’s character entered the franchise in “Fast Five,” given the instant popularity of his character.

Since Universal had no plan on how to move forward with such a spin-off, »

- Justin Kroll

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Best Actress - April Foolish Oscar Predix

21 April 2017 8:30 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

We always save the best category for last.

The April Foolish Oscar predictions are officially complete with the Best Actress chart which has just gone up. So many talent women. So much luscious actressing to come. We cannot wait to see these performances, wherever they happen to fall on the chart. Predictions are for fun and do not indicate who we're rooting for ever -- we try not to root for anything without actually seeing the films because "may the best performance win!" and we don't know what that will be yet, now do we? This year the April Foolish crystal ball says "all previous nominees" but that's largely because it does not appear to be a year where many women who aren't previous nominees have managed to land leading roles. But we shall see. 

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1. Which actress's double feature are you most excited to see? »

- NATHANIEL R

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the 'Fast and Furious' Movies

21 April 2017 6:40 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

It was the jump that did it.

You know the one. It happens roughly a third of the way in to Fast & Furious 6. We're already deep into a chase scene, one involving a mustache-twirling British bad guy, Michelle Rodriguez's back-from-the-dead female badass Letty (she was never really dead, just had amnesia, but never mind that), Vin Diesel's Dom Toretto, his crew, a load of cars and, of course, a tank. As this high-pursuit cat-and-mouse game whizzes down the road, Dom and the tank find themselves on parallel »

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The Mad Max effect: why cinema is having a monochrome moment

21 April 2017 4:29 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The new colour-free version of Mad Max: Fury Road is leading a renewed charge in black-and-white filmmaking

Take a look at the latest Mad Max movie and you will notice that it isn’t, in fact, a new Mad Max at all. That’s still Tom Hardy strapped to the front of a speeding jalopy, while shaven-headed kamikaze drivers zigzag around one another bellowing their war cries. And they’re still in hot pursuit of Charlize Theron, as she ploughs her juggernaut across the post-apocalyptic desert. But the fireballs and flame-throwing guitars look subtly different now; subdued, even classical. It’s the faces and the landscapes, both equally craggy, that have a surprising new texture and prominence in George Miller’s colourless version of Mad Max: Fury Road (subtitled “black and chrome edition”), which reaches cinemas this month, two years after the success of the eye-popping original. It had been »

- Ryan Gilbey

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Springtime in L.A.: Colcoa

20 April 2017 11:50 AM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

City of Lights: City of Angeles. The largest French film festival in the world and one of the largest festivals in L.A.!

Colcoa French Film Festival, “9 Days of Premieres in Hollywood” takes place April 24 to May 2 in the prestigious theaters of the Directors Guild of America on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood (3 theaters (600, 160 and 37 seats), a 210 capacity lounge and a 1,500 capacity lobby).

Colcoa is the acronym of “City of Light, City of Angels” the original name of an event celebrating relationships between filmmakers from two capital cities of cinema. In 2015, the festival’s name was officially changed to Colcoa French Film Festival. Colcoa was founded in 1997 by The Franco-American Cultural Fund, a unique collaborative effort of the Directors Guild of America, the Motion Picture Association, the Writers Guild of America West, and France’s Society of Authors Composers and Publishers of Music (Sacem). Colcoa is also supported by l’Association »

- Sydney Levine

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Brings the Force to Social Media

19 April 2017 5:30 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Star Wars: The Last Jedi” brought the force to social media last week.

Disney-Lucasfilm’s tentpole has generated 892,000 new conversations and more than 1.5 million total conversations — more than four times more than the second most talked about movie, according to media-measurement firm comScore and its PreAct service. The studio released the trailer following its debut at the “Star Wars Celebration” in Orlando.

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Several stars made surprise appearances at the event, including Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, and new cast member, Kelly Marie Tran. “The Last Jedi,” which opens on Dec. 15, follows up where 2015’s cultural and box office titan “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” left off.

Disney-Marvel’s “Thor: Ragnarok” showed significant traction on social media last week with more than 65,300 new conversations, pulling its total to 316,000, thanks to a teaser trailer and poster released on April 10.

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- Dave McNary

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Box Office: ‘Unforgettable’ to Get Burned by ‘Fate of the Furious’

19 April 2017 1:54 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Fate of the Furious” shows no signs of slowing down.

The high-octane eighth installment in the Fast and Furious franchise broke box office records last weekend when it sped to $532.5 million worldwide. This weekend’s smattering of low-watt newcomers don’t show signs of earning even a tenth of “Fate’s” opening weekend $100 million domestic earnings.

The weekend’s most promising fresh prospect is “Unforgettable,” from Warner Bros., the story of a scorned ex-wife played by Katherine Heigl who pathologically torments her husband’s new mate (Rosario Dawson). The twisty, dark, psycho-sexual thriller, directed by longtime producer, but first-time feature helmer Denise Di Novi should take in about $7 million from 2,300 locations. The estimates grosses are not too, shabby off of a $12 million production budget.

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The Promise” — set during the Armenian Genocide and centered on »

- Seth Kelley

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Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson have reportedly buried the hatchet, will both return for Fast & Furious 9

19 April 2017 8:37 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Months before the release of The Fate of the Furious, Dwayne Johnson took to social media to vent regarding some unprofessional conduct by one of his costars, stating that: “Some conduct themselves as stand-up men and true professionals, while others don’t. The ones that don’t are too chickenshit to do anything about it anyway. Candy asses. When you watch this movie next April and it seems like I’m not acting in some of these scenes and my blood is legit boiling — you’re right.”

Following up on that, we recently reported a rumor that the incident was incited by Vin Diesel demanding a post-credits sequence centered on Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham be nixed for reasons unknown.

Whatever the case may be, it is now being reported by TMZ that the two actors have met with each other to bury the hatchet, and as a result, both »

- Robert Kojder

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Rosamund Pike Signs on to Play War Reporter Marie Colvin

19 April 2017 8:01 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Rosamund Pike in “Return to Sender”: Patti Perret

Rosamund Pike is set to portray another real-life figure. The Oscar-nominated actress will play American war reporter Marie Colvin in an untitled film, Deadline reports. Pike was last seen in Amma Asante’s politically-charged biographical interracial romance “A United Kingdom” playing Ruth Williams, the white, British wife of King Seretse Khama of Botswana.

Colvin “worked in conflict zones including Chechnya, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, and Sri Lanka, where she lost her left eye in 2001,” the source writes. She “wore a distinctive eye patch after that, [and] died in early 2012 during a rocket attack covering the civil war in Syria for the U.K.’s Sunday Times.”

Slated to begin production in October in the UK and Middle East, the pic is based on “Marie Colvin’s Private War,” a 2012 Vanity Fair article written by Marie Brenner. Arash Amel (“Grace of Monaco”) penned the script, and Matthew Heineman (“Cartel Land”) will direct.

According to Deadline, the feature is being “produced by Thunder Road PicturesBasil Iwanyk and Kamala FilmsMarissa McMahon, as well as Denver & Delilah Films” with Erica Lee serving as exec producer. The source doesn’t mention Charlize Theron, who was initially reported to be producing the project. She’s still listed on the film’s IMDb page.

Pike received an Oscar nomination in 2015 for “Gone Girl.” “Jack Reacher,” “An Education,” and “Die Another Day” are among her other credits.

The Marie Colvin film isn’t the only high-profile project in the works about a woman documenting international conflict. Jennifer Lawrence will play Lynsey Addario in an upcoming adaptation of Addario’s best-selling memoir “It’s What I Do: A Photographer’s Life of Love and War,” and Kate Winslet is set to portray American photographer Lee Miller in an as-yet-untitled movie. Miller’s photos documented the events and effects of WWII, including the London Blitz and concentration camps.

You can still catch “A United Kingdom” in theaters.

Rosamund Pike Signs on to Play War Reporter Marie Colvin was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Laura Berger

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Box Office Democracy: The Fate of the Furious

19 April 2017 8:00 AM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

I don’t believe in objective reviews of media.  I think the personal subjectivity of the reviewer is impossible to remove and, honestly, that it would be boring if you could.  That said, I am not capable of being remotely objective when it comes to the Fast & Furious franchise.  I find the formula they have stumbled upon since Fast Five to be unbelievably charming and I can’t separate the movie from the joy they’ve brought in to my life and the friendships these movies have enriched.  If this bothers you, I can give you the low down on how I feel about this movie and you can be on your way: if you’ve liked any of the last three entries in the franchise you’ll like this one, and if you didn’t this will not change your mind.  If my F&F obsession does not bother you, »

- Arthur Martinez-Tebbel

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Box Office Democracy: The Fate of the Furious

19 April 2017 8:00 AM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

I don’t believe in objective reviews of media.  I think the personal subjectivity of the reviewer is impossible to remove and, honestly, that it would be boring if you could.  That said, I am not capable of being remotely objective when it comes to the Fast & Furious franchise.  I find the formula they have stumbled upon since Fast Five to be unbelievably charming and I can’t separate the movie from the joy they’ve brought in to my life and the friendships these movies have enriched.  If this bothers you, I can give you the low down on how I feel about this movie and you can be on your way: if you’ve liked any of the last three entries in the franchise you’ll like this one, and if you didn’t this will not change your mind.  If my F&F obsession does not bother you, »

- Arthur Martinez-Tebbel

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Girlboss' Britt Robertson Explains What Exactly the Title of Her Show Means

19 April 2017 7:04 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

What exactly is a Girlboss? Besides a Netflix series created Pitch Perfect's Kay Cannon with Charlize Theron executive producing and starring Britt Robertson in a role inspired by Sophia Amoruso's best-selling book, a girlboss is "opinionated, confident, feisty," Cannon says. "I think being a girlboss means being the boss of your own life," Cannon says. The series follows Robertson as Sophia Amoruso, who began selling vintage clothes on eBay and by age 27 had built Nasty Gal into a fashion empire. "Sometimes you freak out on a stranger. It's Ok. It's easier to love each other if we can accept the fact that we're all a little f—ked up inside," Robertson says »

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Charlize Theron Had the Best Reaction When Told That Girlboss Had "Too Many Girls" in It

19 April 2017 5:00 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Charlize Theron gets what she wants. When the Oscar winner was pitching Girlboss around Hollywood, some execs had a problem wrapping their heads around the female-centric series. "One person said to us, 'There are too many girls in this,'" Theron told me with a big laugh. "I was like, 'And your problem is?'" Girlboss, which premieres on Netflix on Friday, is based on Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso's memoir of the same name. Amoruso launched Nasty Gal Vintage, an online vintage clothing store, when she was just 22. Now 32, she's reportedly worth $280 million. Theron optioned the book and is the series' executive producer. "I never take for »

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Kurt Russell interested in Fast & Furious 9 return

19 April 2017 12:19 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Kurt Russell is in the lucky position where right after having been a part of a record-breaking global box office smash hit in The Fate of the Furious, he is about to be a part of another worldwide cultural phenomenon in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. And naturally, he is now starting to partake in interview rounds with the media for the latter.

Speaking to Screen Rant, Kurt Russell expressed what would convince him to take part in Fast & Furious 9, stating: “Well, all my life I’ve never been one for sequels and stuff. I’ve done it one time with Escape From La, which was from Escape From New York, which was 17 years earlier. But we live in a different time now. We live in a time where that’s the norm. I’ve never had anything against it, I just think that each time what I think they’ve learned now, »

- Robert Kojder

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Dwayne Johnson made Jason Statham break character laughing during The Fate of the Furious scene

18 April 2017 5:50 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

It goes without saying that Dwayne Johnson is a fairly entertaining trash talker. Apparently, he is amusing to even Jason Statham who broke character laughing during a scene of The Fate of the Furious where the two utilize their dynamite chemistry to exchange heated words.

At one point Johnson says “With all due respect Captain, when this whole thing is over we’re going to find a location, and I’m gonna knock your teeth so far down your throat you’re gonna stick a toothbrush right up your ass to brush ’em.”

A fan inquired about the scene on Twitter, to which Dwayne Johnson said:

Ha completely broke character. It's the fun of our real life chemistry. Great guy. For the record, he broke first. #fateofthefurious https://t.co/VVFyIioipu

Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) April 18, 2017

See Also: The Fate of the Furious writer discusses the importance of Paul Walker references »

- Robert Kojder

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Nothing Stops Charlize Theron in the Trailer for Atomic Blonde

18 April 2017 1:37 PM, PDT | Filmonic.com | See recent Filmonic news »

Charlize Theron plays an MI6 agent who dishes out just as much as she takes beatings in what could be one of the best action movies of 2017, Atomic Blonde. “The crown jewel of Her Majesty’s Secret Intelligence Service, Agent Lorraine Broughton is equal parts spycraft, sensuality and savagery, willing to deploy any of her […]

Read Nothing Stops Charlize Theron in the Trailer for Atomic Blonde on Filmonic.

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Netflix’s ‘Girlboss’ Creator on Show’s Message to Women: ‘You Can Fail and Be Ok’

18 April 2017 12:14 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

There was no shortage of girl power Monday night at the Los Angeles premiere of Netflix’s “Girlboss” at the Arclight Cinemas in Hollywood. Stars such as creator Kay Cannon, executive producers Charlize Theron and Sophia Amoruso as well as star Britt Robertson all graced the pink carpet in anticipation of the series’ debut.

Based on Amoruso’s business memoir of the same name, the series is a loose, comedic interpretation of her early-’20s, which chronicles her bohemian lifestyle in San Francisco prior to launching her multi-million dollar online retailer Nasty Gal. Once hailed as the “Cinderella of tech” by The New York Times, Amoruso’s story absolutely qualifies as “rags to riches”: she was dumpster diving and on the brink of eviction before she founded Nasty Gal. In 2016 Nasty Gal filed for bankruptcy, and was recently purchased by BooHoo group. According to Cannon, it’s Amoruso’s resilience to succeed that ultimately drew her »

- Arya Roshanian

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Jessica Chastain on the Power of Saying “No” and Her Fight for Equal Pay

18 April 2017 10:01 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Jessica Chastain in “Miss Sloane

Jessica Chastain is continuing to fight the good fight. The wonderfully outspoken advocate for gender equality in Hollywood frequently draws attention to the industry’s double standards, and in today’s issue of Variety, she tackles the pay gap.

“I’m not taking jobs anymore where I’m getting paid a quarter of what the male co-star is being paid. I’m not allowing that in my life,” Chastain writes. She then revisits an important moment that steered her to this point. In the wake of the Sony hack, which revealed that Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams received significantly lower paychecks for their work on “American Hustle” than their male co-stars, Chastain watched Amy Pascal, the former Chairperson of the studio, give a talk. “She said part of the reason women don’t get paid equal to men is they don’t ask for more; actresses need to stop being so grateful. That really hit me. At first, I was really pissed off,” Chastain recalls. (We were also pissed off.) “And then I thought, ‘She’s touching on something here.’ Women need to step forward and demand they’re fairly compensated for their work.”

The two-time Oscar nominee says that she wants women to feel “empowered” to negotiate their pay, partly because “You have a scale to measure it by, because the big agencies know what the male actors are getting paid.” She emphasizes that women can “come forward and say, ‘This is 2017. We’re not doing this anymore.’”

“What I do now, when I’m taking on a film, I always ask about the fairness of the pay,” Chastain explains. “I ask what they’re offering me in comparison to the guy. I don’t care about how much I get paid; I’m in an industry where we’re overcompensated for the work we do,” the “Miss Sloane” actor emphasizes. “But I don’t want to be on a set where I’m doing the same work as someone else and they’re getting five times what I’m getting.”

Exactly! So often the conversation about pay equality in Hollywood gets derailed because someone dismisses the issue as a problem, and suggests that Hollywood stars are grossly overpaid in the first place. This is entirely beside the point. Chastain isn’t saying she and other actresses are underpaid period, she’s saying they are underpaid in comparison to men who are doing the same job and getting substantially more money for it. Rather than shrugging off actresses’ concerns as “rich people problems,” we need to bear in mind that they are drawing attention to the wider-ranging problem of women being undervalued for their work.

Chastain continues, “In the past, what I used to do — this is terrible — a movie would come to me with an offer. They wouldn’t want me to do my deal until they cast the male actor. They would wait and see what they had left over, even if they’d come to me first. And so I stopped doing that.” What a painfully clear illustration of how much the project prioritizes you — or doesn’t. “Now, if someone comes to me and has an offer but wants to wait, I’m like, ‘Goodbye.’ If you want me in your film, do a favored-nation clause. Don’t determine my worth based on what’s left over,” she says.

The Golden Globe winner reveals that she recently turned down a gig — not because it wasn’t well-paid, but because her male co-star was going to take home more than her. While she initially worried that she had made the wrong decision, she knew she made the right call after realizing that “everyone in the studio system heard what I did,” and the decision to walk away helped carve out a reputation for her: “Don’t bring Jessica something where she’s not being fairly compensated compared to the male actor.” She observes, “Even though I lost that film, I’ve created a boundary. I drew a line in the sand.”

Chastain launched her own company, Freckle Films, to develop female-driven material, and has set a goal to work with a female filmmaker every year. “They’re not given the same opportunities, so if I have any influence in choosing a film or a script or finding a director, I’m absolutely going to make a difference,” she said. Chastain also serves on the advisory committee of We Do It Together, a nonprofit production company dedicated to financing and producing media content that empowers women.

In an interview earlier this year, Chastain said, “I’m doing my part to make the change, so why isn’t everyone else?” She concludes her Variety piece with another call to arms: “The power of ‘no’ means you’re educating people in how to treat you.”

It really seems like Chastain is getting increasingly emboldened with her mission to make Hollywood a fairer, more inclusive place. The decision to use her platform to speak out for equality has not been without consequence. “I had one male director say to me that I talk too much about all of this ‘women stuff,’” Chastain has said. And we’re betting that’s far from the only time she’s received advice to quiet down about these matters. We admire the fact that despite pressure to accept the status quo, Chastain remains committed to the cause — and is willing to confront these injustices so publicly.

Many of who have spoken candidly about Hollywood’s pay gap — including Chastain, Lawrence, Charlize Theron, and Natalie Portman — are A-list stars. While they are setting an amazing example for fellow actresses to know their worth, it’s important to bear in mind that many lesser known actresses don’t feel confident enough to voice questions or concerns about their pay, and understandably so. Their careers aren’t solidified, and they fear losing opportunities. Rather than just putting the onus on those who are adversely affected by sexist wages to speak up and/or walk away from jobs, it’s important that we continue to pressure employers to make equal pay a priority.

Head over to Variety to read Chastain’s piece. You can catch her in Niki Caro’s “The Zookeeper’s Wife,” now in theaters. The drama is based on a true story and centers on zookeepers who saved hundreds of lives during the Holocaust.

Jessica Chastain on the Power of Saying “No” and Her Fight for Equal Pay was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Laura Berger

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