The Ghostbusters reboot is tracking to make about $40 million to $50 million in its debut weekend, which is typically nothing to sneeze at, but the movie has a $154 million budget to make back. That said, Ghostbusters has faced … More
Ronan Farrow penned a scathing op-ed in The Hollywood Reporter, calling out stars who clearly have lots of other options for working with Woody Allen, as well as the media for dismissing his sister Dylan Farrow’s claims. If you forget, … More
Remember that whole wage gap story Jennifer Lawrence told about getting paid less than her male co-stars for her work in the grossly overrated Oscar bait that was American Hustle? Yeah, it turns out, it may not necessarily have been … More
Gwyneth Paltrow, the bane of actual working mothers everywhere, has issues with what she perceives as a gender wage gap in Hollywood. “Your salary is a way to quantify what you’re worth,” she told Variety (via Page Six). “If men … More
Upon rewatching one of my all-time favorite films, Goodfellas, it occurred to me that the movie has a slew of wisdom about business. If you want to get ahead in your career, don’t make the mistakes Henry Hill and company … More
Full disclosure: I have the biggest girl crush ever on Peggy Carter, played by Hayley Atwell, of Captain America and Agent Carter. In addition to slaying bad guys and office sexists with equal aplomb, she also just has the absolute … More
The Oscars are this weekend, and Marion Cotillard is nominated for her turn in Two Days, One Night. The gist of the story: A Belgian woman takes medical leave for depression from her job. When she gets back, her bosses … More
Dame Judi Dench is one fierce lady. (Seriously, you don’t mess with James Bond’s boss.) She’s also a generous and understanding one, and she’s speaking out on how the wealth gap is making it harder and harder for lower-income students … More
It all sounds fine and good and so very Cannes, except there is just one teensy weeny detail that is really stuck in my craw: out of those twenty-one films in competition, only one is directed by a woman. One: Valeria Bruni Tedeschi’s A Castle in Italy. Cannes, I can’t help but ask — what’s up with that? More
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I absolutely love Rebel Wilson so I was thrilled when I heard she would be hosting the MTV Movie Awards. It has been seven long years since a woman has hosted and Rebel is the comedy girl of the moment. Notice I how I haven’t once mentioned her weight. That is because I don’t need to. If Rebel weighed 100 pounds I would still think she was quite funny (that Channing Tatum butt pillow was hilarious) but Rebel seems to not only embrace the fat jokes but promote them and she needs to stop.
There’s always an excuse for movie night.
This time around, we’re studying some of our favorite films for hints on that valuable but hard-to-pin-down skill: networking. More
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Mike Nichols film Working Girl. The film truly took America by storm, capturing the honest reality of the tricky social waters of business (and who can forget that amazing Carly Simon soundtrack. It made riding the Staten Island ferry seem like a glorious pilgrimage.) Though we work in this country where you can come from nothing and get to the top, judgement on your clothing, accent and hair will provide major upheavals for you long the way. Roger Ebert wrote in his 1998 review of the film: More
If you watch a movie or a TV show in which a character works for a magazine, it looks pretty darn awesome. Even if you aren’t a senior editor the salary fully supports your awesome lifestyle which includes a SoHo loft and a Prada bag. But in reality, working at a magazine may not be quite as cool as these portrayals. More