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    Kristen Stewart as a Way More Interesting Snow White

    Kristen Stewart as a Way More Interesting Snow White

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    Snow White Hits Comic Con

    Hollywood descended on San Diego this weekend for the annual geek fest known as Comic Con. This is where the big tent pole films and high profile kicks ass TV shows come to make sure all the TV watching and film going geeks know about their shows and films. It's always been a boy fest until Twilig...

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    The Bridesmaids Effect: Kristen Wiig Gets the Green Light for Imogene

    Multiple sources are reporting that Bridesmaids star Kristin Wiig will next take on the dark comedy Imogene written by Michelle Morgan and to be directed by American Splendor directors Shari Springer Bergman and Robert Pulcini. The film will be produced by Alix Madigan of Anonymous Content (she was...

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    Two Women Get Directing Gigs - Drew Barrymore and Jerusha Hess

    Drew Barrymore and Jerusha Hess (the co-writer of Napoleon Dynamite) have both signed up for directing gigs. Barrymore will produce and direct Heist Society to be adapted by Shauna Cross (Whip It). The film will be produced Denise DiNovi, Alison Greenspan and will be released by Warner Brothers. ...

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    Mosquita y Mari and My Reincarnation Enter the Kickstarter Hall of Fame

    Here's some good news for women filmmakers.

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    Bridesmaids is a Big Fat Hit!

    Women took up the mantle and went to see the film. The gross was about $24.5 (UPDATE - $26.2) million about $10 million more than predicted. I don't know who does the predicting on these types of films but they missed the boat on this one big time. I know they wanted to keep expectations down because the mantra was (and seems always is with a film about women) that this is unprecedented and there is nothing to compare it to. I'd like to now retire these delusional thoughts. Women have starred in successful franchises, action movies and comedies. Maybe we just need to start keeping our own statistics to help people out. (Who wants to wor...

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    Saoirse Ronan Scores Title Role in The Host

    This young woman is so hot. She seems to be at the top of the list for the youth set. She can do action - Hanna; she can do drama - Atonement. She can do everything and anything. She just signed to star in Stephenie Meyer's The Host which will be on sale next week at Cannes.

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    Bridesmaids Has Not Even Opened and It's Already Being Copied

    It's a day of good news/bad news stories. Bridesmaids which doesn't even open until next week is already being copied. Kirsten Dunst and Lizzy Caplan have signed up to star in Bachelorette which is looking to shoot this summer. It's good that people are thinking that Bridesmaids will do well and ...

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    Sequels and Hollywood - Hardly Any Women Centric Titles

    The site Den of Geek put together a list of all the sequels in the works in Hollywood. There are 95 on the list. Many will never happen. Many will.

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    Rashida Jones Writes Film So She Can Have Decent Role

    Women directors have long been writing their own material in order to give them opportunities to direct. Now women actors are taking up the pen in order to get themselves decent roles onscreen.

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