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See Natalie Portman as Jacqueline Kennedy in the Trailer for Her New Film "Jackie"

Just when you thought Natalie Portman couldn't get any better, she disappears into the role of Read More »

Mindy Kaling May Just Have Written Your Favorite New Workplace Comedy

Mindy Kaling has just given us another reason to love her as she has brought a whole new feminine heroine to the small screen (one that isn't afraid to wear stripes with polka dots) and is now a successful doctor, entrepren Read More »

Hakuna Matata! Disney Is Remaking "The Lion King"

From "Maleficent" to "Beauty and the Beast," a plethora of Linda Woolverton's classic Disney hits have been or are being remade with star- Read More »

Did Sarah Jessica Parker Just Hint at a "Sex and the City" Return?

Rumors are resurfacing of a possible return of "Sex and the City." And after an interview with the Press Association, MAKER  Read More »

Can You Say Triple Threat? These Two Actresses Are Joining Oprah in Disney Adaptation of "A Wrinkle In Time"

As if Oprah Winfrey and Ava DuVernay teaming up again wasn't enough for the making of the Disney adaptation of "A Wrinkle In Time," add  Read More »

Here's What You Need to Know About the Real Women Behind the 'Hidden Figures' Movie

Inspired by a true story, "Hidden Figures" reveals the history of three of the African-American women who calculated the "important mathematical data n Read More »

Kirsten Dunst Is About to Turn "The Bell Jar" Into a Movie (Starring Dakota Fanning, No Less)

This is one book-to-movie adaptation we can definitely get behind: Kirsten Dunst is taking up the Read More »

Watch This Powerful Trailer Highlight the Supreme Court Case that Paved the Way for Marriage Equality

Fifty-eight years ago, Mildred and Richard Loving married in Washington, D.C., in a ceremony that, in 1958, was illegal because of the Racial Integrity Act of 1924. The act prohibited inter-racial couples from marrying in fear of mixed offspring diluting Virginia's "whiteness." Read More »