Kevin Smith's 'Jay and Silent Bob Reboot' Pays Tribute to His Entire Career

Kevin Smith almost died in February 2018, when he had a massive heart attack and was told he had an 80 percent chance of not making it. The filmmaker was at peace with the notion of passing on, seeing it as a high school graduation of sorts, moving on to the next chapter after accomplishing everything he's set out to do. But he had one regret: If he died, the last movie he'd made would be 2016’s Yoga Hosers.

Who Voices Shatter In ‘Bumblebee’? Angela Bassett Had A Ball Taking On The Villain

In her three-decade-spanning career, Angela Bassett has tackled every kind of role you can imagine, including inspiring rom com heroine Stella in How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Wakanda matriarch Ramonda in Black Panther, and, of course, her many characters in American Horror Story. But in Bumblebee, the upcoming sixth installment of the Transformers anthology, Bassett tackles something completely new.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Reveals Thoughts on Felicity Jones-Starring Biopic 'On the Basis of Sex'

The Supreme Court justice was interviewed at and hosted the star-studded New York premiere of the film (Hillary Clinton and Gloria Steinem were among the guests). It’s no easy task to tell Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s story. The Supreme Court justice has become an icon in recent years, earning the moniker "Notorious R.B.G." But her nephew Daniel Stiepleman wanted to tell the story of her rise, before she became a bona fide celebrity.

4 Latina Stars Weigh In On The Battles They’re Still Fighting In A Slowly Changing Industry

Back in 2016, Latina writer and producer Ligiah Villalobos created a Latina Bechdel Test, per People, that she applied to the 50 top grossing films of that year. To pass, the film had to include a Latina character who was college educated and didn’t speak with a thick accent. The only movie that made the cut was Disney’s animated Zootopia — with Gazelle, a minor character who was voiced by Shakira. And it turns out that not much has changed in the film industry since then.

The Ian McEwan 'On Chesil Beach' Movie Takes On Female Sexuality In A Brand-New Way, Says Star Saoirse Ronan

If you’ve been waiting for Saoirse Ronan’s return to the big screen after her award-winning Lady Bird, the arrival of the actor's new film On Chesil Beach couldn't be more exciting. The movie, based on Ian McEwan’s 2007 novel of the same name, tells the story of Florence, a 21-year-old terrified of consummating her marriage with Edward (Billy Howle). Her reticence over sex makes the duo question the future of their relationship, and realize how vastly different their needs are when it comes to i

Molly Ringwald's New Movie 'All These Small Moments' Will Feel Brutally Real To Women Of Any Age

After the success of female-led coming of age stories like Lady Bird, there’s been a demand for stories that realistically portray womanhood. Luckily, a new film that perfectly captures its various stages, from adolescence to middle age, has emerged this year. All These Small Moments, which premiered at April's Tribeca Film Festival, features the teenage Howie (Brendan Meyer) as its protagonist, but the story is hardly about him. Instead, it focuses on the women in his life — Molly Ringwald, Jem

Puerto Rican 'Drag Race' Alumni Talk Show's Impact on the Island Ahead of Benefit Concert

Last month, RuPaul’s Drag Race star Phi Phi O’Hara announced she was organizing Reinas Unidas/United Queen, a drag benefit show in Minneapolis (Nov. 6 at First Avenue) raising funds for Puerto Rico. The benefit’s proceeds will all go to Somos Una Voz, a relief initiative created by Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony. It has a stacked lineup featuring some of the show’s most beloved queens, including Cynthia Lee Fontaine, Naysha Lopez, and Madame LaQueer, whose drag careers flourished in Puerto Rico
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