Disney’s Beauty And The Beast Turns 25, Angela Lansbury (Mrs. Potts) Sings Title Song, We Cry

September 21, 2016 by

25 years ago, on November 22, 1991, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast had its theatrical release and captivated audiences worldwide, becoming the first animated feature film to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. On Sunday, during a 25th anniversary screening of the classic film at Lincoln Center in New York, Angela ... [Read More]

New ‘Moana’ Trailer Has Us Already Cheering For Disney’s Daring Teen Hero

September 16, 2016 by

"For generations this peaceful island has been home to our family. But beyond our reef, a great danger is coming. Legend tells of a hero who will journey to find the demigod Maui, and together they will save us all." That hero's name is Moana and we cannot wait to see her in action this November. Official Film synopsis: From Walt Disney Animation Studios comes “Moana,” ... [Read More]

Kristen Bell Stars In Spoof Video To Highlight Women’s Inequality In The Workplace

September 15, 2016 by

“Why outsource all your production to far away countries like India, China and Narnia when we have the cheapest and best workforce right here in the good ole’ US of A: Women.” - Kristen Bell, Pinksourcing Pitchwoman In this premiere episode of Celebs Have Issues from HuffPost Originals, a video series that aims to put serious causes in the spotlight, “using wit and laughter ... [Read More]

You Clean Up Nice… A Funny Music Video “For All The Ladies Who Are Done Being Judged”

August 29, 2016 by

Written and starring writer, improvisor, and funny mama Laura Eichhorn, this is "You Clean Up Nice", which she describes as "A funny music video for all the ladies who are done being judged. We're beautiful and powerful just the way we are." Laura is a graduate of iO West and The Second City Hollywood Training Center. ... [Read More]

L.M. Montgomery’s ‘Anne Of Green Gables’ (1908) Being Adapted For 2017 Netflix Series

August 23, 2016 by

In 1905, Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874 – 1942) wrote her first novel, Anne of Green Gables, and received rejections from every publisher to whom she sent it. So she put her manuscript "away in a hat box" and there it sat until 1907, when she dusted it off and decided to have another go at getting ... [Read More]

10 Wise And Witty Quotes From Lucille Ball That Remind Us Why We Love Lucy

August 6, 2016 by

On October 15, 1951, I Love Lucy made its television debut, cementing Lucille Ball’s status as one of America's top comedic actresses, and pioneering a new sitcom genre that would influence countless family-related sitcoms for years to come. The success of the show was unmatched, as was Lucille’s perfectionism and hard work. ... [Read More]

Broad City Goes Colonial, Characters React To News Of Hillary Clinton’s Historic Nomination

July 29, 2016 by

"What the butter is wrong with you people? Why did it take so long? It's right there in the Declaration of Independence...all men...aaaaall men are created... ohhhhhh." Last night, Stephen Colbert transported himself to July 4, 1776, via satellite, to share the news of Hillary Clinton's historic achievement as the first woman ... [Read More]

Directed, Written, Produced By Women, New ‘Equity’ Thriller Puts Women On Wall Street At Center Of Story

July 29, 2016 by

Directed by Meera Menon, written by Amy Fox, and starring Anna Gunn (Breaking Bad) with Alysia Reiner (Orange Is the New Black) and Sarah Megan Thomas, who also serve as producers, Equity is the first film of its kind… a financial thriller made by women that puts women on Wall Street at the center of its story. Described ... [Read More]