The Oscar-nominated actress relays an anecdote where a prominent female actress was paid 1/16th of her male co-star
'You sign a billion-year contract... you work 100 hours a week for 10 cents an hour. It’s just brutal'
'They do not like me speaking out about anything political because it's hard to see your kid take criticism,' says Lawrence
The director of the upcoming 'Ghostbusters' remake said an equity clause for casting among minor roles would be a step towards gender parity
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Actor reportedly drinks one of the beverages every morning
(PG) Jennifer Yuh Nelson, Alessandro Carloni, 95 mins. Voiced by: Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, Seth Rogen, Dustin Hoffman, Jackie Chan, Bryan Cranston, James Hong
The brains behind 'Knocked Up' delivers a comprehensive guide on American comedy
(15) James Vanderbilt, 125 mins. Starring: Cate Blanchett, Robert Redford, Topher Grace, Dennis Quaid, Elisabeth Moss
(12a) Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, 106 mins. Starring: Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes
The dark shade of Simone’s skin and her distinctly African features defined her politics and her music – to portray her in this way is nothing short of criminal
The film is a faithful re-telling of the investigation that in 2002 blew open a Catholic paedophile scandal involving scores of priests in Boston. David Usborne travels there to meet its real-life heroes
(12A) Craig Gillespie, 118 mins. Starring: Chris Pine, Holliday Grainger, Eric Bana, Ben Foster, Casey Affleck, Graham McTavish
The BBC's lavish new John le Carré thriller 'The Night Manager' features Tom Hiddleston doing his best Bond and Olivia Colman as a 21st-century Smiley. But it's Hugh Laurie's villain – his first British television role in 13 years – who really stands out. Gerard Gilbert meets the cast and director
One attendee described the meeting between Mr Kerry and studio chiefs as a 'brainstorming session' where several issues were discussed, including how to counter the persuasive Isis message
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