14 items from 2017
Collins revealed on Saturday at Variety’s studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, that she formerly battled an eating disorder.
“This movie was really important to me to be a part of because, as a teenager, I suffered from eating disorders,” Collins said.
“This is the first time I’m talking about it. This is my moment of talking about it,” Collins shared. “It’s important. It’s really important. It’s something that a lot of young women go through and there’s no shame in it, and this movie is about that — it’s about embracing your past and about realizing it’s something that doesn’t define who you are, but it’s about your experiences, »
- Variety Staff
Comedian Jessica Williams gave a moving speech at the women’s march in Park City, Utah on Saturday — as celebrities broke from the annual 10-day Sundance Film Festival, which began there on Thursday, to stand in solidarity with the millions of people across the globe protesting the presidency of Donald Trump.
Organized independently from Sundance, the march brought thousands of people into the city of less than 10,000 residents.
“I live in Utah and it’s just exciting,” Urem resident Brianne Borup. 27, told People, through tears. “As a woman, this election has been a scary feeling, especially when you live in »
- Dave Quinn
An estimated crowd of 7,000-plus jammed the historic center of Park City, Utah, site of 2017 Sundance Film Festival, for the Women’s March on Main. Braving snow flurries and sub-freezing weather to support women’s rights, which they claim are threatened under the brand new Trump presidency. After traversing down the city’s Main Street the boisterous crowd listened to rallying calls from Hollywood celebrities (there for Sundance), including Chelsea Handler, Mary McCormack, Maria Bello and Peter and Benjamin Bratt. “Eleanor Roosevelt once said, ‘A woman is like a tea bag; you never know how strong it is until it’s in hot...read more »
- Greg Ptacek
The Women’s March on Main hit Park City on a snowy Saturday morning, turning the first weekend of Sundance into a very different kind of must-attend event. Despite the frigid cold weather, turnout was high and the crowd remained energized during the march and hour-long parking lot rally, which spilled out around the surrounding hills and streets.
Despite the slow traffic — packed shuttles and lines of cars stretched down the ski town’s main thoroughfares and out of town as women and men flocked in from Salt Lake City and local environs — the mood was jovial, and at least one shuttle broke out into a chat of “this is what democracy looks like!” before even arriving at the rally.
- Anne Thompson and Kate Erbland
Maria Bello hasn’t gotten out of bed in 74 days. At least that’s the way she told it on Saturday at the Women’s March on Main Street, a demonstration at the Sundance Film Festival that’s a sister to the Women’s March on Washington. “I’ve just gotten out of bed for the first time in 74 days,” Bello said. “Only two things roused me from my depression — Meryl Streep’s speech at the Golden Globes and this March here at Sundance today.” Also Read: Fiery Hollywood Women Rally in Sundance: 'We Will Not Go Backwards' The crowd »
- Matt Donnelly
Park City — With chants of “Make America Great, Love Trumps Hate,” several hundred women and a cadre of supportive men took to the snow-bound streets here Saturday morning to protest the ascension of Donald J. Trump to the White House and to speak out for causes ranging from environmental protection, to Lgbtq rights to embracing immigrants of all races and religions.
The march kicked off a little after 9 a.m. local time, an hour after the scheduled start of a massive march and rally in Washington D.C. for the same causes. It coincided with similar protests around America, and the world.
Talk show personality Chelsea Handler organized and led the protest, which was expected to include Aisha Tyler, Connie Britton, Dolores Huerta, Peter Bratt, Maria Bello, Laurie David, and politicians including Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski and Park City Youth Mayor Maya Levine. Laura Dern and Charlize Theron »
- James Rainey and Brent Lang
Watch Chelsea Handler lead the Women’s March on Main at the Sundance Film Festival, which will be held in conjunction with the Women’s March on Washington.
The Women’s March in Park City, Utah, is one of over 350 sister marches planned across the United States and 20 countries around the world to demonstrate universal respect for social justice and human rights issues including race, ethnicity, gender, religion, immigration and health care. The #MarchOnMain is supported by Planned Parenthood Association of Utah, Justice Party, Summit County Democrats, Equality Now, Alliance For A Better Utah, Emily’s List, Sentry Financial and Impact Partners Film.
Led by Handler, the outspoken comedian will be joined by Aisha Tyler, Connie Britton, Mary McCormack, Benjamin Bratt, Jessica Williams, Maria Bello and more celebrities. Following the march, a rally will take place, featuring speeches from Handler and others. The entire event is expected to run from 9:00 – 11:00 a. »
- Variety Staff
Tomorrow morning the most buzzed-about event during the Sundance Film Festival will be the long-planned anti-Donald Trump march on Park City’s Main Street. The event is not associated with the festival, but will be heavily attended by fest attendees who want to make their voices heard.
If you’re attending the march and its subsequent rally, we’ve gathered up everything you’d feasibly want to know to make your experience a productive, safe, and inspiring one. Check out our tips and information below.
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When and Where
The march is scheduled to take place Saturday, January 21 from 9:00Am to 11:00Am. The march will start at 9:00Am at 220 Main Street (the Wasatch Brew Pub parking lot). A post-march rally will take place at 626 Swede Alley in the Flagpole Parking lot.
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- Kate Erbland
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When we last saw Rick Grimes and co. in the closing moments of the midseason finale of The Walking Dead, they had decided to finally rally the troops and stand up to Negan and his army of Saviors – but a recent “All-Out War” synopsis for the final batch of season 7 episodes made it very clear that this was not going to be an easy task.
Now, as the midseason premiere draws closer, AMC has released some new promotional stills featuring several of the show’s principal characters. The pics don’t seem particularly exciting or revealing at first glance, but on closer examination we might be able to glean a few things from them. Perhaps the most intriguing one is the full version of a cropped image we saw last night, which gives us a look at a new community that will presumably join Rick in the inevitable battle to come. »
- Mark Cassidy
More details are emerging for the Chelsea Handler-organized Women’s March on Main, an event Saturday in Park City during the Sundance Film Festival coinciding with post-inauguration marches being held nationwide including the March on Washington. On the list of speakers for the event, which will start at 9 Am local time at 220 Main St.: Aisha Tyler, Connie Britton, Mary McCormack, Dolores Huerta, Peter Bratt, Benjamin Bratt, Laurie David, Jessica Williams, Maria Bello and… »
#MarchOnMain organising committee member Chelsea Handler will lead the march, which takes place in conjunction with the Women’s March On Washington for women’s equality and the safe-guarding of other marginalised groups.
It is one of more than 350 sister marches planned across all 50 Us states and 20 countries.
The Park City event is scheduled to run from 9-11am and starts at 220 Main Street in the Wasatch Brew Pub parking lot.
It will culminate in a rally at 626 Swede Alley in the Flagpole parking lot when speakers will address the crowd.
The event is supported by Planned Parenthood Association of Utah, Justice Party, Summit »
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Is Goliath getting a second season? Recently, creator David E. Kelley discussed the future of the Amazon TV series, Deadline reports.Earlier this month, star Billy Bob Thornton picked up a Golden Globe for his role as Billy McBride, a washed up lawyer who takes on the major corporate firm he helped create. The show’s cast also includes Maria Bello, William Hurt, Olivia Thirlby, Sarah Wynter, and Molly Parker.Read More… »
Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and/or own this week via various Digital HD providers such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical Deepwater Horizon (action-drama; Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, Kate Hudson; rated PG-13) Kevin Hart: What Now? (stand-up comedy; Kevin Hart, Halle Berry; rated R) The Birth of a Nation (drama; Nate Parker, Armie Hammer; rated R) The Accountant (drama-thriller; Ben Affleck, Anna Kendrick; rated R) Max Steel (sci-fi adventure; Ben Winchell, Maria Bello; rated PG-13) Sold (drama; Gillian Anderson, David Arquette; rated PG-13) Claire in Motion (drama-thriller; Betsy Brandt, Anna Margaret...
- Robert B. DeSalvo
What's the future look like for Goliath now that it's won a Golden Globe? Star Billy Bob Thornton recently addressed the possibility of a second season of the Amazon series, Deadline reports.This past weekend, Thornton picked up the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Television Drama for his role as Billy McBride, a washed up lawyer who takes on the major corporate firm he helped create. The show's cast also includes Maria Bello, William Hurt, Olivia Thirlby, Sarah Wynter, and Molly Parker.Read More… »
14 items from 2017
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