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‘Westworld’ Star Thandie Newton Says She Will Also Receive Equal Pay for Season 3

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‘Westworld’ Star Thandie Newton Says She Will Also Receive Equal Pay for Season 3
Westworld” star Thandie Newton says she will be receiving the same pay as her male costars for the show’s upcoming third season, shattering “calcified pain, resentment, frustration.”

Contract negotiations are currently underway with the HBO series, Newton told Vanity Fair, saying, “We’re all equal across the board. It’s really exciting. It’s unprecedented. It’s–goodness; it shatters so much calcified pain, resentment, frustration. It just shatters it.”

Because of the progress being made, Newton vowed to never take on another project that would pay her less than her male counterparts.

Also Read: Evan Rachel Wood Is 'Just Now' Receiving the Same Pay as Male 'Westworld' Co-Stars (Exclusive Video)

“I wouldn’t do anything if it didn’t. Definitely not,” she said. “F— that. It literally sets a precedent, and [HBO is] leading the way, which is amazing.”

Newton’s revelation comes almost a week after costar Evan Rachel Wood told TheWrap that her paycheck didn’t match her status for the series’ first two seasons. At least, it wasn’t equal to what the leading men were raking in.

“I think I’m just now to the point where I’m getting paid the same as my male co-stars,” Wood said in a recent interview with Sharon Waxman, TheWrap’s founder and CEO.

With the sophomore installment about to premiere, Wood found out she was getting a bump for Season 3 equal to the likes of Anthony Hopkins and Ed Harris — the men of Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy’s drama (well, the latter still is, as of that messy freshman year finale).

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“I was just told that, you know, ‘Hey you’re, you’re getting equal pay.’ And I was like [gasp]. And I almost got emotional,” Wood said. “I was like, ‘I have never been paid the same as my male counterparts … Never, never.'”

Earlier this month, HBO boss Casey Bloys addressed the topic of pay parity at the premium cabler following comments made by an exec who said the bump in salaries the cast of “Big Little Lies” received for Season 2 “short of raped” the network.

“One of the things that’s come out of thinking about the movement and some conversations with Reese [Witherspoon], who’s really at the forefront, is something we’ve done recently,” Bloys told The Hollywood Reporter. “We’ve proactively gone through all of our shows — in fact, we just finished our process where we went through and made sure that there were no inappropriate disparities in pay; and where there were, if we found any, we corrected it going forward. And that’s is a direct result of the Times Up movement.”

A spokesperson for HBO has not yet responded to TheWrap’s request for comment.

Westworld” Season 2 will premiere Sunday at 9/8 c on HBO.

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Watch ‘Westworld’ Panel at Tribeca Film Festival Awkwardly End Right After Cringeworthy Fan Question (Video)

Watch ‘Westworld’ Panel at Tribeca Film Festival Awkwardly End Right After Cringeworthy Fan Question (Video)
The “Westworld” panel at the Tribeca Film Festival took itself offline Thursday after its very first question from the audience.

The hit HBO sci-fi series’ slot at Tribeca’s 2018 gathering saw co-creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, and cast members Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Jeffrey Wright and James Marsden, discuss the upcoming Season 2 with a moderator.

It was followed by a Q&A session that included exactly one question, which ended up being a fan’s request for Nolan — who co-wrote “The Prestige,” “The Dark Knight,” “The Dark Knight Rises,” and “Interstellar” with his brother, Christopher Nolan — to read his screenplay.


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“We love the show and how it’s able to keep the audience captivated by, in a way, the human potential, but in the same regard, it’s pretty amazing to see how you are able to have a certain idea and to be able to put it on screen for us to be able to see where your mind is. And it’s an unbelievable thing for us to see it and understand it,” the audience member said. “We love the show. We can’t wait to see what the rest of the season has in store for us. And just a side thing for Jonathan — first of all, the cast, every single one of you is amazing. But for Jonathan, especially, my brother and I right here, we’re huge fans of ‘Interstellar.’ If anybody else is as well? I think a lot of us are. You wrote that, and we’re actually aspiring screenwriters as well and that inspired us a lot. And you’ve touched something within us and we hope that one day we can actually show our screenplay to you.”

Nolan thanked him before the fan could continue, and then the moderator said it was getting late and shut that thing down.

While it’s obvious that the majority of the room was not thrilled that was the only query the group answered before things wrapped up —- as they audibly groaned in unison in the video — the festival said the panel didn’t end because of the nature of the question.

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“The moderator portion of the panel ran long and we had time for one question during the Q&A and that was the question,” Tribeca’s Executive Vice President of of Communications & Programming Tammie Rosen told TheWrap Friday.

Watch the clip below. The awkward part starts around the 50:00 mark.

Westworld” Season 2 premieres Sunday at 9/8 c on HBO.

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Tribeca TV: Westworld

Watch a Live conversation with James Marden, Thandie Newton, Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright, Jonathan Nolan, and Lisa Joy at #Tribeca2018. Westworld is back and more mind-bending than ever.

Posted by Tribeca on Thursday, April 19, 2018

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Kyle Selig and More Join Inaugural Astep Gala

Astep Artists Striving to End Poverty has added more performers to the lineup for their inaugural gala, Astep amp Friends, on Monday, April 23, at 54 Below. Joel Perez, Noah Ricketts, Carrie Manalakos, and Mean Girls' Kyle Selig join previously announced performers, including Tony Award nominees Kate Baldwin and Laura Osnes, as well as Mean Girls' stars Erika Henningsen and Grey Henson, Hamilton's Sean Green Jr., and Jessica Vosk.
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Tina Fey Talks ’30 Rock’ Reboot Rumors With Jimmy Fallon

A 30 Rock reboot? Tina Fey addressed those recent rumors Thursday on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. She acknowledged that the rumors began with her and a comment she made on the red carpet for her new Mean Girls musical. “Here’s what I’ll say. So we were on the red carpet for the Broadway opening and someone was like, 'Would you ever do a "30 Rock" reboot?' And I was like 'Maybe …,'" Fey told Fallon. “And a little bit of that is on me,” Fey told Fallon. “I must…
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'Mean Girls' Musical: Watch 'I'd Rather Be Me' Performance on 'Fallon'

'Mean Girls' Musical: Watch 'I'd Rather Be Me' Performance on 'Fallon'
Tina Fey introduced an exhilarating performance of "I'd Rather Be Me," a song from her ongoing Mean Girls Broadway musical, on Thursday's Tonight Show.

Cast member Barrett Wilbert Weed, who plays Janis in the production, offered an emo edge to the arena-rock-styled number, venting about the drama of high school life over surging violins and guitars. "So your best friend screwed you over, acted nice when she not nice/ Well, I have some advice 'cause it's happened to me twice," she belted. "Here's my secret strategy – it always works because
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Why ‘Westworld’ Star Evan Rachel Wood Turned Down ‘Mean Girls’ (Video)

Why ‘Westworld’ Star Evan Rachel Wood Turned Down ‘Mean Girls’ (Video)
While you watch “Westworld” on Sunday, think about how good Evan Rachel Wood would have been in “Mean Girls.”

Yeah, that almost happened. The actress behind the HBO series’ lead robot host Dolores Abernathy not only auditioned for the 2004 Tina Fey feature comedy, she “turned it down.”

“There’s a good reason,” Wood assured Jimmy Fallon on Thursday’s “Tonight Show.” “I was already supposed to do a film called ‘Pretty Persuasion’ that was set in a high school that was very ‘Heathers’-esque. And it was very similar. I was already kind of doing that, so I was like, ‘I can’t [do ‘Mean Girls’].”

Also Read: Evan Rachel Wood Is 'Just Now' Receiving the Same Pay as Male 'Westworld' Co-Stars (Exclusive Video)

We guess that checks out. Wood did not reveal which role she was offered, but the talented singer sure hopes to get a second crack at a Fey movie. Maybe Fallon, Fey’s friend and former “Weekend Update” partner, can help.

“As long as the next movie you’re doing is not about a robot uprising, I will happily [do it],” Wood simultaneously told the “30 Rock” creator and Fallon’s 30 Rock studio audience last night.

Um, we’ve got some bad news for you, Evan. Somewhere, Lindsay Lohan is brushing up on her A.I.

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Watch the video above.

Westworld” Season 2 premieres Sunday at 9/8c on HBO.

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Tina Fey Surprising Her Fans After Hearing Their Sweet Tributes Will Bring a Tear to Your Eye

Tina Fey Surprising Her Fans After Hearing Their Sweet Tributes Will Bring a Tear to Your Eye
Tina Fey has been a source of inspiration for many fans. From starring on Saturday Night Live and writing Mean Girls to creating 30 Rock and penning her best-selling books, the comedic legend has proven that hard work and believing in one's self can make dreams come true. A few fans showed their appreciation for Fey on Thursday's episode of The Tonight Show. While visiting her new Broadway musical Mean Girls, these supporters sent Fey messages in which they expressed how much she's meant to them. So, they were totally surprised when Fey came out and met them in person.  "Tina Fey, you are extremely special to me, and you are such a strong, empowering woman who really shows me...
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Tina Fey Addresses '30 Rock' Reboot Rumors on 'The Tonight Show'

Tina Fey addressed recent rumors of a possible 30 Rock reboot during a Thursday appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. According to the actress, writer and producer, she is definitely thinking about bringing Liz Lemon and the cast of Tgs With Tracy Jordan back to life.

"Here's what I'll say. We were on the red carpet for the Broadway opening [of Mean Girls] and someone was like, 'Would you ever do a 30 Rock reboot?' And I was like, 'Maybe.' And, like, a little bit of that is on me," Fey told Fallon with a laugh. "I must be so...
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Leslie Jones, Colin Jost to Star in ‘Baby Nurse’ for Universal

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Leslie Jones, Colin Jost to Star in ‘Baby Nurse’ for Universal
Leslie Jones and Colin Jost will star in Universal’s “Baby Nurse,” the first film that Lorne Michaels will develop under his new pact with the studio, it was announced Wednesday.

“Baby Nurse” will follow a special agent assigned to the most humbling undercover role in the history of the FBI. Written by Austin Winsberg, Michaels will be produce alongside executive producer Jost.

On Wednesday, it was announced that Universal Pictures has entered into a first-look production agreement with the Emmy-winning producer and his Broadway Video. His long-time collaborator, Erin David, will oversee the film division.

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Best known as the creator and executive producer of “Saturday Night Live,” Michaels is already part of the NBCUniversal branch. He is an executive producer of the Emmy-nominated “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and “Late Night With Seth Meyers” on NBC, as well as IFC’s “Documentary Now!”, “Portlandia” and “30 Rock.”

“Lorne Michaels is already such a vital part of the NBCUniversal family, so we are thrilled to formalize our long standing relationship with him on the film side of his company,” said Peter Cramer, president of production at Universal. “We look forward to collaborating with Lorne and his fantastic team as he continues his unparalleled run of success in producing quality, all-audience entertainment.”

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His film credits include serving as a producer on “Mean Girls,” “Baby Mama,” “Wayne’s World,” “Tommy Boy” and “Three Amigos,” the latter of which he produced and co-wrote with Steve Martin and Randy Newman. He has spent almost 30 years at Paramount Pictures with his films.

Additionally, Michaels renewed his television deals — he resigned multi-year agreements for “SNL” and extended his NBC primetime deal.

CAA and Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren, Richman, Rush, Kaller & Gellman L.L.P represented Michaels and Broadway Video in the deal.

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Lorne Michaels Signs Film Production Deal With Universal

Universal Pictures has entered into a first-look production agreement with “Saturday Night Live” creator and executive producer Lorne Michaels and his company Broadway Video, Variety has confirmed.

At the same time, Michaels has extended his deal with NBC, keeping the comedy icon in the Comcast family. NBC declined to comment, but the NBC deal is a multi-year one. Michaels’ previous film pact had been with Paramount. Both NBC and Universal share a same parent company in cable giant Comcast.

The first film being developed under the new film deal is “Baby Nurse” with Leslie Jones and Colin Jost attached to star. Austin Winsberg wrote the original screenplay about a special agent assigned to the most humbling undercover role in the history of the FBI. Michaels will produce alongside executive producer Jost, who serves as “SNL’s” head writer and “Weekend Update” co-host.

Michaels is one of the dominant forces in television comedy.
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‘SNL’ Sets Amy Schumer & Tina Fey To Host Final Two Shows Of Season 43

Amy Schumer and SNL alum Tina Fey are set to host the final two Season 43 episodes of NBC’s Saturday Night Live on May 12 and 19, respectively. The booking marks Schumer’s second hosting gig and Fey’s sixth. Both Schumer and Fey have big projects to plug: Schumer’s feature film I Feel Pretty hits theaters Friday, and Fey has the Broadway musical version of Mean Girls heading into Tony Award season. She wrote the book for the musical, based on the 2004 movie she wrote. SNL…
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SNL: Tina Fey and Amy Schumer Set as Season 43's Final Hosts

Tina and Amy are back… sort of.

NBC has announced the final two hosts of Saturday Night Live‘s 43rd season. First up is Amy Schumer, who is set to return for her second hosting stint on May 12 with musical guest Kacey Musgraves.

Then on May 19, Tina Fey is back to headline the season finale, with musical guest Nicki Minaj.

As previously announced, Donald Glover will pull double duty on Saturday, May 5, when he also serves as musical guest under his rap pseudonym Childish Gambino.

Schumer is currently promoting the big-screen flick I Feel Pretty, which hits theaters on Friday.
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‘Saturday Night Live’ Sets Amy Schumer, Tina Fey as Hosts for Final Episodes of Season 43

‘Saturday Night Live’ Sets Amy Schumer, Tina Fey as Hosts for Final Episodes of Season 43
Amy Schumer and Tina Fey are set as the hosts for the final two episodes of “Saturday Night Live’s” 43rd season.

Schumer will do the honors on May 12, with musical guest Kacey Musgraves. Fey will return to her NBC alma mater for the season closer on May 19. Nicki Minaj is on board as musical guest.

Schumer, who is back on the big screen this weekend with the debut of “I Feel Pretty,” has hosted “SNL” once before. Fey will log her sixth time as host of the show, for which she served as head writer and longtime anchor of “Weekend Update.
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2018 Drama League Nominations Include ‘Angels in America,’ ‘Band’s Visit,’ ‘Iceman Cometh’

The 84th annual Drama League Awards will herald in a particularly distinguished group of theatermakers, judging by the list of nominees announced this morning. Presented by Harriet Harris, Julie White, and Christopher Sieber at Sardi’s Restaurant, the list of 2018 nominees include both Broadway and Off-Broadway greats. Among those in contention for this year’s Tony Awards are several Broadway productions opening this spring: “Carousel,” “My Fair Lady,” “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical,” “Mean Girls,” “Frozen,” “Travesties,” “Saint Joan,” “Three Tall Women,” “Lobby Hero,” “The Iceman Cometh,” “Children of a Lesser God,” “Angels in America,” “Harry Potter and The Cursed Child: Parts One and Two.” The Drama League’s list of nominees for the Distinguished Performance Award, which annually recognize the season’s best actors, include several stars who will be eligible for 2018 Tony nominations. As the distinction can only be given once in an actor’s lifetime, the League also
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18 Stars We’re Worried About on Tax Day, From Nicolas Cage to Lindsay Lohan (Photos)

18 Stars We’re Worried About on Tax Day, From Nicolas Cage to Lindsay Lohan (Photos)
Tax Day is here, and don’t worry Cardi B, it’s confusing for everyone. These stars have all had issues with the IRS in the past. Hopefully they’re not sweating it again at the deadline.

Wesley Snipes

The “Blade” star spent three years in prison after being found guilty on three counts of failing to file a federal income tax returns in 2008. Snipes dodged $7 million in taxes between 1999 and 2000.

Lindsay Lohan

The “Mean Girls” star was caught trying to stiff the IRS three years in a row (2009, 2010, 2011), leading the IRS to seize her bank accounts in 2012. Charlie Sheen eventually helped pay back some of her debt.

Chris Tucker

Rush Hour” star Chris Tucker reached a settlement with the IRS in 2014. A federal tax collector filed a $2.5 million lien against the actor, but it was described as a formality necessary to the settlement.

Dennis Rodman

The former NBA star may need to put his friendship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un to the test by taking out a loan to pay off the $450,000 he owed to the states of California and Michigan, plus the federal government, in back taxes in 2014.

Teri Polo

The Fosters” star Teri Polo filed for bankruptcy in 2014, with Chapter 11 filings that showed she owed $745,000 in back taxes to the IRS and another $27,000 to the state of California.

Sean Kingston

The “Beautiful Girls” singer was hit with a lien in 2012 after the IRS found out he never paid $131,379 in taxes from 2009, the year he made it big in the music industry.

Lauryn Hill

This Grammy-winning singer paid her tax debt to society, failing to file returns on $1.8 million earned between 2005 and 2007, by serving three months in prison in 2013.

O.J. Simpson

“The People v Oj Simpson” detailed O.J. Simpson’s murder charges, but not his tax issues. In 2013, the IRS filed a lien for more than $500,000 of unpaid taxes between 2000 and 2011.

Richard Hatch

The original “Survivor” winner Richard Hatch was convicted of tax evasion in 2006 for failing to pay taxes on the show’s $1 million prize. He served 51 months in federal prison.

Willie Nelson

When the IRS came asking for millions of dollars in unpaid taxes from Willie Nelson, the country singer was forced to auction off his personal belongings. He even released the album “The IRS Tapes: Who’ll Buy My Memories?” to help raise the money for repayment.

Pamela Anderson

Former “Baywatch” star Pamela Anderson was hit with tax liens totaling more than $350,000 in 2012 over unpaid taxes to the federal government and the state of California.

Martha Stewart

Unrelated to her 2004 prison sentence for insider trading, Martha Stewart was forced to pay $220,000 in back taxes to the IRS in 2002 for her home in New York.

Nicolas Cage

The IRS slammed Nicolas Cage with a bill for $6.2 million in 2009. The actor promptly sued his money manager for negligence and fraud.

Al Sharpton

In 2014, The New York Times reported that Reverend Al Sharpton owed more than $4.5 million in back taxes to the IRS, adding that his National Action Network was only able to survive by not paying payroll taxes on its employees.

Joe and Teresa Guidice

After filing for bankruptcy in 2009, Joe and Teresa Giudice were convicted on fraud charges in 2013. Joe was also charged with failure to file tax returns for 2004-08.

Lionel Richie

In 2012, Lionel Richie owed $1.1 million to the IRS in unpaid income taxes from 2010.

Christie Brinkley

The IRS issued a tax lien against supermodel Christie Brinkley totaling $531,000 in 2011. Worth an estimated $80 million, Brinkley apologized publicly soon after and vowed to pay it back immediately.

Ja Rule

Rapper Ja Rule plead guilty to tax evasion and illegal firearm possession in 2011, serving two years in New York prison. He owed more than $1.1 million to the IRS in unpaid income taxes.

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‘SNL’ Cast Saves a Diner Lobster’s Life With ‘Les Miserables’ Songs (Video)

‘SNL’ Cast Saves a Diner Lobster’s Life With ‘Les Miserables’ Songs (Video)
Never order the lobster at a diner, according to “SNL.”

Cast member Pete Davidson made that mistake in a sketch in the show’s April 14 episode, hosted by former “SNL” writer and stand-up comic John Mulaney. When Davidson and Chris Redd head to a diner for lunch, Redd orders a grilled cheese sandwich, while Davidson asks for the lobster special — much to everyone’s shock.

“Did you just order lobster in a diner?” Redd asked, incredulous.

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“Yeah, why?” Davidson replied.

“Because it’s a diner,” Redd returned. “The whole seafood section is on the menu as a joke. I mean the word seafood is in quotes!”

“I don’t see what the big deal is,” Davidson said. “It’s on the menu. I’ll have the lobster.”

“As you wish,” said Mulaney, as the diner’s waiter. “All right everyone, the time has come,” he called to the rest of the restaurant. “We’ve got an order here for one lobster.”

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A moment later, a giant lobster tank rolled out, with Kenan Thompson inside costumed as a gigantic lobster. He sang of his impending death, a riff on the “Les Miserables” song “Who Am I,” with the lobster standing in for Jean Valjean.

When the song ended, Redd and everyone in the restaurant again begged Davidson to reconsider his order.

“I mean, you can’t eat him now, man. They just sang ‘Les Mis!'” Redd said.

“I’m sorry, dude, I’m more of a ‘Mean Girls’ guy — on Broadway now,” Davidson replied with a wink at the audience.

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Kate McKinnon joined the sketch as the lobster’s daughter, Cosette, volunteering to take his place for execution with another song. But it wasn’t enough, so the entire restaurant staff hit the stage, rolling out a barricade set to sing a lobster-ified version of “Do You Hear the People Sing?” in protest of Davidson’s order. Sing-along lyrics popped up at the bottom of the screen, complete with a bouncing lobster to help viewers follow along.

The song finally got the lobster’s plight through to Davidson. In the broadcast version of the sketch, Davidson relented and ordered a tuna melt, but in the version of the sketch “SNL” uploaded to its YouTube channel, there was one last dark added.

“All right, forget the lobster,” he said to cheers from the rest of the cast. “I’ll have the veal instead.”

“All right, everybody, let’s go kill that baby cow!” Mulaney declared as the sketch ended.

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Tina Fey Credits TBS To Mean Girls' Continued Relevance In Pop Culture

It's been 14 years since Mean Girls was in theaters, and people are still reprimanding others for trying to make "fetch," happen or tweeting out references to the movie on October 3rd. With the film's official musical about to open on Broadway, Tina Fey shared with Variety why she thinks the film is still relevant almost a decade and a half later:

I think so much of that credit goes to TBS. Isn’t it always on TBS? Thank you, TBS!

Fey speaks the truth, but it's also because Mean Girls is a damn good film that picked a pretty relevant part of the teenage experience to capture. High school is rough, teens are mean, and learning that cutting others down to feel better about yourself isn't a great way to live is a lesson not everyone learns in life. I also like the part where Damien yells, "She Doesn't Even Go Here!
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Kylie Jenner Is Now The "Cool Mom" With Highlighter Pink Hair at Coachella

It's officially Kychella — sorry, Coachella — season again, folks! Kylie Jenner always goes over the top with her Coachella hair and outfits, and if you thought 2018 would be different since she just had a baby two months ago, you thought wrong. Kylie boarded a plane to Indio, CA on April 13 alongside Kourtney Kardashian and bestie Jordyn Woods, and hours later she was decked out with a new pink hairdo. A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Apr 13, 2018 at 5:55pm Pdt "I’m not a regular mom I’m a cool mom," she wrote as the caption on her latest Instagram, quoting Amy Poehler in Mean Girls. That couldn't be more spot on. Fans called the look "iconic," "mom goals," and "so millennial." She was rocking a highlighter pink wig with gorgeous natural makeup, and a skintight white tank top that showed off (and barely contained) her massive cleavage. Hours earlier
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Tina Fey Wants to Make Sure She’s Not the Only Woman in a Writers’ Room

Tina Fey Wants to Make Sure She’s Not the Only Woman in a Writers’ Room
In her speech at Variety‘s Power of Women luncheon on Friday, Tina Fey discussed the significance of women helping women.

Fey credits all the women she’s worked with for her success.

“My whole life is just ride-or-die bitches as far as the eye can see,” she said.

She says the word bitch is a compliment, quoting the titular heroine in “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” the Netflix series she co-created and co-executive produces.

“The community of women that I work with have always inspired me to do better,” she said. “To be the best I can be, if not better.
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‘Mean Girls’ on Broadway Genuinely Embraces Its Feminism in Ways the Movie Never Did

‘Mean Girls’ on Broadway Genuinely Embraces Its Feminism in Ways the Movie Never Did
Girl Talk is a weekly look at women in film — past, present, and future.

[Some spoilers for the “Mean Girls” musical ahead.]

There’s a great joke about feminism in Mark Waters’ high-school comedy classic “Mean Girls,” smashed into a key dramatic exchange. Newbie Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan), deep in her first invite-only lunch with the so-called Plastics, is pumped for information by the notoriously gossip-obsessed Gretchen Wieners (Lacey Chabert). Breathlessly, Gretchen asks Cady if she’s seen any cute boys at North Shore High yet, and when Cady tells her she’s got her eye on Aaron Samuels (Jonathan Bennett), Gretchen is overcome.

Turns out, Aaron is the ex-boyfriend of Regina George (Rachel McAdams), queen of the Plastics, and that’s just not okay. He’s off-limits, girls don’t date their friends’ ex-boyfriends. In Gretchen’s own words, that’s “just the rules of feminism.”

Mean Girls” isn’t overtly about feminism,
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