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Jessica Williams is Leaving “The Daily Show” After Raising Its Game

July 01, 2014 by Women and Hollywood

Your favorite “Daily Show” correspondent is leaving the late-night program. Entertainment Weekly has revealed that Jessica Williams’ last…

Trailer Watch: Women Get Their Own Narratives in “Abortion: Stories Women Tell”

June 29, 2016 by Casey Cipriani

Much like the intense gun-safety debate going on around the country today, abortion remains a hot topic despite the fact that it was…

Listen: Podcast with “Our Kind of Traitor” Director Susanna White

June 29, 2016 by Melissa Silverstein

Women and Hollywood recently spoke with British director Susanna White about “Our Kind of Traitor,” her upcoming spy thriller starring Ewan…

Sarah Gadon Will Star in Netflix’s “Alias Grace”

June 29, 2016 by Casey Cipriani

Netflix’s “Alias Grace” has found its star. The streaming site has announced that Sarah Gadon (“Belle,” “A Dangerous Method”)will take on…

Drew Barrymore May Host a Talk Show

June 29, 2016 by Laura Berger

Drew Barrymore may be the next purveyor of cute animal videos and water-cooler chatter. Deadline reports that sources have confirmed that…

Leslie Jones Takes to Twitter to Find Designer Duds for “Ghostbusters” Premiere

June 29, 2016 by Laura Berger

In today’s head-scratching “WTF” news, “SNL” star Leslie Jones experienced problems trying to secure an outfit to the upcoming premiere of…

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