Though “Bohemian Rhapsody” today is a song so enduringly popular that it can be pulled off of just about any willing (or unwilling) listener’s lips, the song originally received among critics a scattered, halting applause, mingled with the jeering of popular publications that called it “pretentious and irrelevant,” or, more creatively, a “brazen hodgepodge.”
The majority of Wu’s involvement in the comics industry has been for female-led titles, and her depictions of women have been refreshing, to say the least.
The very heart of “Star Trek Beyond” hinged on its makeup and hairstyling department.
“Moonlight” is the first feature film McMillon has worked on, and she’s making history for it: McMillon is the first black woman ever nominated for an Oscar in Film Editing.
Just two days after the 2017 SAG awards where she won for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black,” Diane Guerrero spoke at UCLA about her new memoir, “In the Country We Love: My Family Divided.”
Our new series, “Success Saturdays” will focus each week on an amazing woman who has triumphed in, and left an impact on, the entertainment industry. For the first piece in this series, we’re taking a look at two “Bright Lights” of Hollywood who were lost this past December: mother and daughter, Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher.
A new take on “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” has reinvigorated the heart of the tale and have made the musical accessible to wider audiences with one simple thing: the use of Deaf talent.
I never thought that I would be begging my friends to listen to a rap battle between Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson, but life does not always take us down a road we expect.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” felt like a beautiful combination of the old and the new, setting the stage for something great and unexpected in the next two films. More than this, it felt like Star Wars had finally become an inclusive universe, where women and people of color could see themselves as the heroes.