Micah Fowler, the star of Speechless, is just your average almost-famous high school senior with a disability rights mission.
“He’s a complete dangerous monster,” the Transparent creator said.
Tonight he is America’s gross uncle.
Background checks aren’t a standard practice during acquisitions at film festivals, sources told BuzzFeed News. But fallout from The Birth of a Nation star’s past may change that.
The writer behind THAT episode spoke with BuzzFeed News about abortion dance anthems and taboo jokes.
“No, we haven’t seen men being raped,” Casey Bloys, HBO’s newly-appointed president of programming, said of Game of Thrones at a press event on Saturday. But, he added, “Men are castrated.”
White men have been directing around 70% of all TV episodes. CBS’s diversity and inclusion office is taking modest but quantifiable steps to change that.
In Season 1, Wayward Pines viewers wondered where the female “aberrations” were. In Season 2, they’re running the show. (Spoilers for the July 6 episode.)
In Season 3, a guard raped an inmate and instantly became a villain. This season, it’s not so simple. (Spoilers for Season 4, Episode 4 and beyond.)
Minor spoilers if you haven’t seen Season 4, Episode 4.
Disability rights activists have rallied against the normalization of suicide for disabled people in Me Before You. Protesters told BuzzFeed News the scope of the protest is unprecedented.
Idiocracy screenwriter Etan Cohen talks to BuzzFeed News about his 2006 movie “coming true” with the 2016 election and the anti-Trump ads he’s working on with Camacho himself, Terry Crews.
AMC’s series brought pregnancy into the workplace in the best way.
“If you want to see this person again, you have to, as we say, check them.”
Independence Day: Resurgence and the U.S. Army teamed up to advertise both the movie about a make-believe alien invasion and the real-life Army.
The breakout star of Master of None talked about her new fame on a panel hosted by Netflix.
“Immigration is a feminist issue,” the actor, producer, and activist said at the Feminist Majority Foundation’s Global Women’s Rights Awards.
“You’ll learn that it actually ends up making the show better, and it’s really smart business,” Greg Berlanti told BuzzFeed News.
Speaking at the New York Film Academy’s campus in Burbank, California, Swedish Film Institute CEO Anna Serner scoffed at the film industry’s lack of action on gender parity.