At the AVN Awards this past weekend, people who work in the industry disagreed on what’s changed and what hasn’t since the assault allegations against James Deen, who was conspicuously among them.
Representatives of the groups depicted in The Revenant spoke with BuzzFeed News about the actor’s Golden Globes speech calling on listeners to “protect … indigenous lands.”
Queen Latifah did not look amused.
There were plenty of impressive performances this year, but BuzzFeed Entertainment talked with a group of actors about their particularly outstanding achievements — on screen and off. Here are our features, presented in chronological order of when they were published.
BuzzFeed Entertainment talked to the people behind some of the biggest projects of the year (like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Empire, Furious 7, and Making a Murderer). Here’s the best of those features, presented in the order of when it was published. Warning: SPOILERS ABOUND!
I’m not saying they’re incompetent, I’m just saying they don’t have a very good track record.
Note: We cannot discount the possibility that hundreds of thousands of people wandered into these movies by accident.
Lily LaBeau and Bonnie Rotten, two women who repeatedly worked with the porn star — who’s recently been accused of rape — told BuzzFeed News he deliberately upset them during filming.
More like double-NO-seven, amirite, ladies?
Gyrators gonna gyrate, I guess.
“This industry puts a bad view on plus-size women and the way we dress, and it’s because we don’t have options,” designer Ashley Nell Tipton tells BuzzFeed News.
We hadn’t been in the same room in more than a decade, but we came together for the Angels.
The writer behind the Oct. 27 episode “Viral” talks to BuzzFeed News about revenge porn and whether women belong. (Spoilers if you have not seen this week’s episode.)
Pauley Perrette and NCIS’s wardrobe honcho Rachel Good picked their favorite Abby looks.
Despite dismal statistics on women in Hollywood that haven’t changed significantly for decades, the actor and activist thinks we’ve reached a turning point.
Three women filmed for the A&E reality show 8 Minutes filed a lawsuit against the network and the production company on Friday, alleging the show failed to fulfill promises it made to them.
These are the people who took home a winged lady holding an atom.
A new study shows that the number of women in power in TV has stalled in recent years.
Finally a suspense thriller that’s not preoccupied with male genitalia! (No spoilers for the Mr. Robot finale; some for the 16-year-old movie.)
Because that is exactly how it works!