Scottie Madden hit a career milestone as a showrunner. But she says the opportunities dried up after she came out as transgender.
"Hay todo tipo de gente: doctores, abogados, maestros... No solo narcotraficantes,¿sabes?".- Carla Hool, mexicana.
“There are doctors, there are lawyers, there are teachers. They're all sorts of people. Not just the drug dealers, you know?” How casting director Carla Hool is opening doors for Latino actors.
“What would you do to get out of Queens? What would you do to have a better life?” After years of hustle, Ocean’s 8 and Crazy Rich Asians actor Awkwafina is bound for superstardom.
"There was never a moment where somebody was advocating for me to get a higher wage."
In a push for equal pay, California banned employers from asking about job candidates’ salary history. But actors like Westworld’s Leonardo Nam say the legislation alone hasn't solved Hollywood’s wage gap.
“Our attitude on the show has always been, whatever is out there affecting our young people, we should be talking about it on Degrassi,” said the show’s co-creator, Linda Schuyler, who said Parkland student activists will inspire a storyline in the upcoming season.
"To all the dreamers out there, we stand with you."
Actor Anthony Rapp, actor Harry Dreyfuss, a filmmaker, a journalist, and a House of Cards crew member are among the many men who have come forward.
“We wanted to make sure that it was undeniably beautiful for even those who were uncomfortable with same-sex romance,” American Gods showrunner Bryan Fuller told reporters.
The filmmaker has been accused of molesting his daughter, Dylan Farrow, when she was a child — a claim he has vehemently denied.
CBS reportedly refused to raise their salaries to match those of their white costars.
And here's why.
Ms. Marvel! Squirrel Girl! Miss America! We're getting them all.
"It is an interpretation of that story in a different culture, so there are going to be some obvious changes," Roy Lee told BuzzFeed News in response to accusations of whitewashing. "Some people will like them, some people may not."
After 24 years, The Joy Luck Club remains the only Hollywood film to feature a majority Asian-American cast. Now, those behind the 1993 tearjerker tell BuzzFeed News how they pulled off the movie no one thought possible.