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Top women executives in Hollywood gathered on Thursday for TheWrap's annual Power Women breakfast, where keynote speaker California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris discussed the importance of women seeking elected office, while sharing her own journey in public life. A panel discussion followed with Wendy Greuel, L.A. city controller and candidate for mayor; Cathy Schulman, president of Women in Film and Mandalay Entertainment; screenwriter and journalist Nell Scovell; Anne Globe, chief marketing officer for DreamWorks Animation; and Sharon Waxman, editor-in-chief of TheWrap. Here's the full Wrap coverage, and watch video of the »
- Wrap Staff
It's Sunday afternoon — your last chance to read all that stuff you meant to read last week before Monday brings a new deluge of things you will want to read. Below, some of our recommendations: "The Cat's Meow" by David Kamp (Vanity Fair): Exploring the enduring greatness — and possibly genuine niceness — of Martin Short. "Twelve Gigs on a Boat" by Laura Barton (Intelligent Life): For the last year, a boat balanced on top of a building has been one of London's premier concert venues, because who wouldn't want to perform on a boat balanced on top of a building? "Inside the Greatest Writers Room You've Never Heard Of" by Nell Scovell (Splitsider): Recalling shortest-lived late-night network show of all time: The Wilton North Report. "A Soap Opera on the High Seas" by Charles Homans (New York Times Magazine): On the reality TV empire of Thom Beers, »
- Andre Tartar,Caroline Bankoff
In celebration of Fox's 25th anniversary, the youngest of the Big Four broadcast TV networks is gathering its biggest stars to look back on the quarter-century of lots of laughs and plenty of drama that all started on April 5, 1987.
The alt-nuclear family of "Married ... With Children," "Ally McBeal" herself, Calista Flockhart, the heartthrobs of "Beverly Hills, 90210," Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny of "The X-Files," the flashback friends of "That '70s Show" and many more will reminisce on Sunday in a special will be there to pay tribute to Fox's most memorable moments.
But before "Fox's 25th Anniversary Special," hosted by none other than Ryan Seacrest, kicks off on Sunday, April 22 at 8 p.m. on Fox, HuffPost TV reached out to some of the industry's finest to look back on the network.
- The Huffington Post
Women In Film, Los Angeles, adds 11 new members to its Board of Directors. Orly Adelson, Adriana Alberghetti, Stephanie Allain, Darla K. Anderson, Holly Bario, Janet Daily, Sue Naegle, Keri Putnam, Michelle Raimo Kouyate, Nell Scovell and Winnie Wong join the non-profit, led by its returning second term president, producer Cathy Schulman ("Crash"). The group is "an enormously impressive group of the best and brightest people in Hollywood devoted to making positive change for both men and women working in the media business,” says Schulman. “These industry experts will be invaluable in guiding Wif's continuing commitment to next generation thinking, strategic »
4 items from 2012
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