The filmmaker behind some of the oddest movies ever made, as well as the TV series 'Twin Peaks', will receive an honorary Oscar.
Actress and gender rights advocate Geena Davis has announced a partnership with the Disney studio on new AI technology which will 'spellcheck' scripts for gender bias.
Geena Davis and filmmaker Tom Donahue sat down at the Variety Studio presented by AT&T at TIFF to discuss Donahue’s new documentary film “This Changes Everything.” The film explores the insidious and systemic sexism in Hollywood through the voices of celebrities like Davis, Meryl Streep, Sandra Oh, Jessica Chastain, and many other ambassadors of the #TimesUp […]
'Beetlejuice' writer Larry Wilson shared some information about the movie fans might be surprised to learn.
It’s hard to imagine Stath doing anything other than punching faces and torsos these days, but there was a time when he was punching through the surface tension as a member of the National Diving Squad, with which he competed for 12 years. Sporting both hair and a pair of skimpy Speedos, he represented England at the 1990 Commonwealth Games in Auckland, finishing 11th in both the three-metre springboard and the 10-metre platform. Geena Davis is a hugely talented archer.
Geena Davis has said that classic feminist road movie ‘Thelma & Louise’ could have been rather different, had she got her way. Davis, who was nominated for an Oscar for her role as Thelma Dickinson in Ridley Scott’s acclaimed film, originally wanted the part of Louise, which went to Susan Sarandon. 25 years since the movie’s release, she’s explained why she wanted to be the waitress who kills would-be rapist Harlan (played by Timothy Carhart) before going on the run.