Actress Anna May Wong shattered a glass ceiling by starring in an American major motion picture 97 years ago. But nearly a century later, representation issues still plague Hollywood.
But there’s some progress: The Director’s Guild of America reports more women directing TV shows.
The acclaimed actress spoke about the freedom of personal choice – as a mother and a voter – while accepting her latest award.
The media queen released her 2019 holiday gift guide – and a third of it is brought to us by women entrepreneurs.
The biographical feature film – which had women in lead roles both on and behind the camera – performed better than expected during its opening weekend. But we shouldn’t be surprised.
As the Academy recognized the achievements of women at its Governors Awards, honoree Geena Davis offered an idea for how to turn the tide toward equality.
Actress Michelle Williams made America’s ongoing pay gap between men and women employees the topic of the night at the 71st annual awards show.
Several Hollywood actresses are leading the charge to make bringing babies to work more commonly accepted.
The new director is said to have shrewdly leveraged her in-demand status to secure an almost unheard backend deal.
The world-famous performer opened up about the difficulties of keeping up with professional responsibilities while dealing with personal struggles.
Maisie Williams, the actress who brought fan-favorite character Arya Stark to life, is taking the tech startup world by storm and helping fellow creatives grow their talent networks.
The performer and business owner just broke a serious glass ceiling in the fashion world for women of color. She’s also the latest celebrity to turn star power into sales.
The singer has captured the attention of millions through cryptic-yet-savvy social media updates. How can women entrepreneurs similarly intrigue clients and customers?
The 77-year-old business mogul shows no signs of slowing down – as the ad for her new cooking competition show demonstrates. That’s the kind of spirit we want to see more of in the world.
“Captain Marvel” soared to the top of the box office this past weekend, in the latest win for women’s representation in movies.