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    Maleficent Writer Linda Woolverton on Adapting Fairy Tales for a New Generation

    The woman whose films have made well over a billion dollars discusses how she was able to keep the integrity of Maleficent's villainy while also making sure we still rooted for her.

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    Heroines of Cinema: These 10 Female Filmmakers Prove Why Hollywood Studios Should Change Their Tune

    One thing that shocks me more than anything about the sexism of the film industry is the inability of the Hollywood studios to hire female directors. The statistics speak for themselves — last year, the only woman to solely direct a film released on more than 2000 screens was Kimberley Peirce with "...

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    Nia Vardalos Prepping My Big Fat Greek Wedding Sequel

    "A few jaded press corps will claim I ran out of money or just want to kiss John Corbett again," she commented on Twitter. "One of these things is true."

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    Cannes: Asia Argento on Saying Goodbye to Crap and No Longer Feeling 'Misunderstood'

    After a 10-year absence from the director's chair, Italian multi-hyphenate Asia Argento returned to the Cannes Film Festival last week with her third, and indisputably best feature, "Misunderstood."

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    Pretty Little Liars Showrunner Marlene King to Adapt Teen Occult Thriller

    You won't believe what the popular girls are up to these days.

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    Guest Post: Directing a Feature Film With Sword in Hand

    Set in present-day New York City, an American woman writer and a Japanese kendo player jump into marriage and struggle with the conflicts of love and independence in "When Night Turns to Day." They turn to kendo to help them channel their wildest impulses and search for the inner strength to fight f...

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    Glenn Close Books a Movie and a Broadway Show

    Close will appear in an 18-week run of "A Delicate Balance" and star in Jane Anderson's adaptation of "The Wife."

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