How Anna May Wong Fought Against Racist Stereotypes
The first Chinese American film star had to content with Hollywood’s racism.
By Theodore S. Gonzalves and Ryan Lintelman
Quinta Brunson, Amanda Seyfried, More Back WGA Strike at the Met Gala
“Everything changed with streaming, and everybody needs to be compensated for their work. It’s f**king easy.”
By Lexi McMenamin
Intimacy Coordinators Are Seeking Recognition at The Oscars
Ethical porn director Erika Lust is seeking recognition for intimacy coordinators at the award ceremony.
By Aamina Khan
The Union-Busting Roots of the Oscars
Giving filmmakers and actors awards was a ploy to keep them from organizing.
By Sophie Hayssen
Have the Golden Globes Really Changed?
We are still looking at these broken institutions for validation.
By Sara Li
57 Asian Actors You Should Know
We can't get enough of these talented stars.
By Isis Briones, Tommy Tsao, Kristi Kellogg, and Sara Li
Major Hollywood Studios Halt Movie Releases in Russia
Warner Bros. will not be releasing “The Batman” in Russia.
By Kaitlyn McNab
Everything You Need to Know About the 2022 Golden Globes Situation
No broadcast. No livestreams. No actors.
By De Elizabeth
Ruby Rose Alleges “Batwoman” Misconduct, Injuries on Set
“Enough is enough. I’m going to tell the whole world what really happened on that set.”
By Sara Li
Hollywood Production Workers Are Considering a Strike
"Our people have basic human needs."
By Lexi McMenamin
Hollywood Played a Role in Hypersexualizing Asian Women
“We become exotic objects of white male sexual desire."
By India Roby
These Twin “Gossip Girl” Producers Wrote a Book About Hollywood Success
“We want to help create that access for people who don’t normally feel they can take up a space in this world.”
By P. Claire Dodson
If You’re Debating Cleopatra’s Race, You’re Missing the Point
Hollywood has been white-washing ancient civilization for decades.
By Fareeha Molvi
Fat Girls on Screen Deserve a Reckoning
The body-positivity movement didn't end the normalization of fat-shaming.
By Brande Victorian
John Boyega Wants Disney to Give Black Characters More Nuance
"I’m in an industry that wasn’t even ready for me."
By Ella Cerón
Hollywood Needs to Redefine What a Leading Lady Looks Like
“The impression [is] that a leading lady in film can only be defined by white womanhood.”
By Danielle A. Scruggs
Please, Give Us More Diverse Single-Protagonist Stories
Two major Golden Globes 2020 wins signify the desire to see complicated characters up close and personal.
By Danielle Kwateng-Clark
Did #MeToo Work?
We look back at the reckoning that brought justice to some but not all.
By Tayo Bero
Gabrielle Union, Yahya Abdul-Mateen, and Other Actors Called Out Stylists Who Can’t Work With Black Hair
“Listen, if u stay quiet, u WILL have bald spots, hair damage, look NUTS."
By Alyssa Hardy
Meet the Women Behind Some of the Biggest Movies From This Past Year
Cinematographers are crucial to every film.
By Valentina Valentini