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Kristen Stewart Talks Sexism in Hollywood: "It's a Really Ridiculous Thing to Say You're Not a Feminist"

13 October 2014 6:00 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Unlike some of her peers, Kristen Stewart has a grasp on the foundations of feminism. Though it can be difficult to work in a "a male-dominated and -driven business," the Camp X-Ray actress says it's also "fun to be the underdog." Still, she would like to see more women working behind the lens. Stewart agrees with The Daily Beast's assessment that women in Hollywood are given fewer chances than their male counterparts. Twilight's Catherine Hardwicke, for example, had to release 2013's Plush via Video on Demand versus in theaters. "That's a thing that women have to do—you must persevere. That's what we've been doing. You need to make something that's undeniably »

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Kristen Stewart Expresses Her Displeasure about Sexism in Hollywood

13 October 2014 12:51 AM, PDT | icelebz.com | See recent iCelebz news »

Unlike some of her peers, Kristen Stewart has a grasp on the foundations of feminism.

Though it can be difficult to work in a "a male-dominated and -driven business," the Camp X-Ray actress says it's also "fun to be the underdog." Still, she would like to see more women working behind the lens.

Stewart agrees with The Daily Beast's assessment that women in Hollywood are given fewer chances than their male counterparts. Twilight's Catherine Hardwicke, for example, had to release 2013's Plush via Video on Demand versus in theaters. "That's a thing that women have to do.you must persevere. That's what we've been doing. You need to make something that's undeniably good. If a woman makes a bad movie, or does something stupid, then the door just slams shut," Stewart says. "It's f--ked up."

Part of the problem, Stewart says, is that young actresses are afraid of being labeled feminists. »

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Kristen Stewart Expresses Her Displeasure about Sexism in Hollywood

13 October 2014 12:51 AM, PDT | icelebz.com | See recent iCelebz news »

Unlike some of her peers, Kristen Stewart has a grasp on the foundations of feminism.

Though it can be difficult to work in a "a male-dominated and -driven business," the Camp X-Ray actress says it's also "fun to be the underdog." Still, she would like to see more women working behind the lens.

Stewart agrees with The Daily Beast's assessment that women in Hollywood are given fewer chances than their male counterparts. Twilight's Catherine Hardwicke, for example, had to release 2013's Plush via Video on Demand versus in theaters. "That's a thing that women have to do.you must persevere. That's what we've been doing. You need to make something that's undeniably good. If a woman makes a bad movie, or does something stupid, then the door just slams shut," Stewart says. "It's f--ked up."

Part of the problem, Stewart says, is that young actresses are afraid of being labeled feminists. »

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Kristen Stewart Expresses Her Displeasure about Sexism in Hollywood

13 October 2014 12:51 AM, PDT | icelebz.com | See recent iCelebz news »

Unlike some of her peers, Kristen Stewart has a grasp on the foundations of feminism.

Though it can be difficult to work in a "a male-dominated and -driven business," the Camp X-Ray actress says it's also "fun to be the underdog." Still, she would like to see more women working behind the lens.

Stewart agrees with The Daily Beast's assessment that women in Hollywood are given fewer chances than their male counterparts. Twilight's Catherine Hardwicke, for example, had to release 2013's Plush via Video on Demand versus in theaters. "That's a thing that women have to do.you must persevere. That's what we've been doing. You need to make something that's undeniably good. If a woman makes a bad movie, or does something stupid, then the door just slams shut," Stewart says. "It's f--ked up."

Part of the problem, Stewart says, is that young actresses are afraid of being labeled feminists. »

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Drew & Toni together at last!

8 October 2014 7:40 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Manuel here catching up on a female-helmed, female-centered film coming our way in 2015 (one hopes!).

Have you guys heard about Miss You Already? The pic starting shooting in London just this past month and it stars none other than Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette. The film is directed by Catherine Hardwicke, whose filmography seems endlessly baffling to me: Thirteen (2003), Lords of Dogtown (2005), Nativity Story (2006), Twilight (2008), Red Riding Hood (2011), and something called Plush (2013; anyone seen it? IMDb tells me it stars Cam “Amos cookies” Gigandet). I mean, I know female directors have a hard time getting passion (or any other kind of) projects made, but can someone explain to me this set of films? I guess one could make a thorough-line about Hardwicke’s interest in young women’s lives, which makes Miss You Already an interesting departure.

The film centers on Milly and Jess “who have been best friends since childhood. »

- Manuel Betancourt

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You Can Finally See Joe Carnahan’s R-Rated Party ‘Stretch’ Next Month

10 September 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

With Joe Carnahan‘s latest film, Stretch, Blumhouse is hoping to do for action what the production company has done for horror: make a project with low risk, high reward. Their movies cost peanuts compared to most major releases. If they make a hit, it’s a major success. If they put out a bomb, nobody is going to the poorhouse. It’s a great business model that’s mostly been used for horror movies. They’ve stepped outside of their wheelhouse every now and then, to mixed results. For example, Catherine Hardwicke’s Plush was a melodramatic rock ‘n’ roll sex thriller that, despite being Hardwicke’s most fun movie in a years, went unnoticed. Hopefully that won’t be the case for Stretch. The film was originally going to be released by Universal back in March, but they dropped the picture two months before its scheduled debut. The studio was unwilling dish out the money »

- Jack Giroux

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Rachel Weisz and Toni Collette to Headline Miss You Already

22 April 2014 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

Rachel Weisz and Toni Collette are set to headline an upcoming comedy drama titled Miss You Already with Variety reporting that Twilight and Red Riding Hood helmer Catherine Hardwicke will direct. Scripted by Morwenna Banks, Miss You Already follows two London-based best friends whose relationship falls apart when one becomes pregnant and the other becomes ill. Hardwicke most recently directed Plush , starring Emily Browning and Cam Gigandet. Weisz, meanwhile, last appeared in Sam Raimi's Oz The Great and Powerful while Colette can soon be seen starring opposite Thomas Haden Church in director Megan Griffiths' Lucky Them . Embargo Films' Christopher Simon and Felix Vossen will produce. (Photo Credit: DC5 / Joe Kan / WENN.com) »

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Blum On Carnahan's "Stretch," "Jem" Movie

3 April 2014 10:14 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

"The Grey" and "Smokin Aces" director Joe Carnahan's controversial new drama "Stretch" was pulled from the release calendar a while back with many wondering when we will ever get to see it.

The story stars Patrick Wilson as a chauffeur whose new ride is a devious billionaire (Chris Pine). Their night together leads to increasingly dangerous encounters. Jessica Alba, Brooklyn Decker, Ed Helms, and Ray Liotta also star.

Universal had planned a wide release but essentially dropped the movie soon after scheduling it. The film's producer Jason Blum has now spoken about the release date incident and says there is a chance it could end up at Toronto this year. He tells Collider:

"What happened with it was that all of the movies that we make, we don't announce and date them wide until they're finished. We got ahead of ourselves with Stretch and dated the movie.

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- Garth Franklin

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Producer Jason Blum Explains Why Joe Carnahan’s Stretch Lost Its Release Date and When We Might See the Movie

3 April 2014 8:11 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

I was incredibly bummed when Joe Carnahan's Stretch was pulled from the calendar.  I'm a huge fan of the director (The Grey was my favorite film of 2012), and Stretch has a catchy premise: Patrick Wilson plays a chauffeur who picks up a difficult and devious billionaire, played in a cameo by Chris Pine.  As the night goes on, their interaction leads to increasingly dangerous encounters.  Jessica Alba, Brooklyn DeckerEd Helms, and Ray Liotta also appear in the film.  The movie was supposed to have a wide release, but Universal concluded it would be unwise to spend $20 million to $40 million to distribute the movie, so they dropped it. Yesterday, we spoke with producer Jason Blum for his new film, Oculus, and he also provided an update on the status of Stretch, and when we might finally see the film.  Hit the jump for more. Collider: It was so disappointing »

- Matt Goldberg

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