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Women in Hollywood

Sarah Jessica Parker on the Surprising Start of "Sex and the City"

Playing Carrie Bradshaw might have launched Sarah Jessica Parker’s career, but the legendary role came as a complete surprise to the rising star at the time! Read More »

Hunger Games Star Natalie Dormer on What It's Like to Train for Onscreen Battle and a Marathon, Simultaneously

Natalie Dormer is an action star—onscreen and in real life. She plays Margaery Tyrell on “Game of Thrones” and Cressida, a propaganda film director turned warrior in the “Hunger Games” franchise.  Read More »

Women are Owning the Box Office, Both Onscreen and In Seats

Proving, partially, the importance of story. Read More »

Meryl Streep’s Next Role: ‘Suffragette’

This year will be filled with powerful female protagonists, and we can’t wait.  Read More »

6 Scenes We’d Love to See in the New Cinderella

The new Cinderella movie is out March 13, and we’re all wondering how much of an update the Disney live action version really is. Read More »

10 Times Rashida Jones Won Our Hearts

It's actor and director (and Amy Poehler's "wife for life") Rashida Jones' birthday, and at MAKERS we're celebrating with a look at some of her greatest momen Read More »

'Ms.' Miniseries in the Works with Marisa Tomei Playing Gloria Steinem

HBO is developing a miniseries called “Ms.,” which will depict the creation of Ms. Magazine through the eyes of one of its founders, Gloria Steinem. Read More »

Top 5 Moments for Women at the Oscars

Hear how Patricia Arquette brought the crowd to their feet and #AskHerMore brought substance to the red carpet. Read More »

Alfre Woodard Hosted a Star-Studded Oscars Party

The event honored Hollywood women of color, and it looked like the best night ever.  Read More »

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