“I am very disturbed,” director Lasse Hallstrom tweeted.
“We have to keep telling these stories very truthfully and honestly,” Barry Jenkins to journalists at the 2017 Golden Globes.
“It’s our responsibility to make magic again ’cause I think a lot of the shit that’s happening now is bullshit.”
“The fact that a primarily African-American jury in Los Angeles could find fault with the police department is not that surprising,” Brown told reporters in the 2017 Golden Globes press room.
From the man behind one of the biggest earworms of the year, to the woman we all wanted justice for in 2016, to, of course, Chris Pratt.
Yes, there’s a lot of work to be done, but this past year wasn’t all bad.
This year sucked, but Atlanta and Awaken, My Love! definitely didn’t.
Sometimes, it’s not so hard to say goodbye.
“You don’t have to wait to be confident. Just do it and eventually the confidence will follow.”
“Seek out strong women to befriend, to align yourself with. To learn from. To be inspired by. To collaborate with. To support. To be enlightened by.” —Madonna
An abridged recap of the fight for better Asian-American representation in 2016
“It is funny how the things that happen in your life can feel terrible in the moment but lead you to those places,” La La Land actor Emma Stone told BuzzFeed News.
“Honestly, I don’t really care about Donald Trump,” Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi told BuzzFeed News.
“His name staying on the show is kinda fucked up,” Carrie Keagan told BuzzFeed News.
Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Dan Palladino told BuzzFeed News why Emily and Lorelai finally give therapy a shot — and why only one of them stays with it.
Lorelai never stood a chance. (Warning: Spoilers ahead!)
The Edge of Seventeen actor Hayden Szeto told BuzzFeed News about the significance of playing an Asian-American man who gets the girl — and how he challenged stereotypes with his approach to the role. MILD SPOILERS!
“We cannot be complacent. We cannot think that we are post-racism. We cannot afford to relax,” Sleepy Hollow actor Janina Gavankar told BuzzFeed News.
“I stand by my decision,” Rupert Sanders, director of the upcoming live-action Ghost in the Shell, told reporters. “She’s the best actress of her generation.”
“Let’s accept the reality, which does not take always the direction that we want.”