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New Mermaid Drama Headed to Freeform

July 28, 2016 by Laura Berger

Rebecca Thomas’ live-action version of “The Little Mermaid” starring Chloë Grace Moretz is currently in pre-production, but it looks like…

Netflix Renews “Chelsea” and “Lady Dynamite” for Second Seasons

July 28, 2016 by Casey Cipriani

Netflix has renewed two of our favorite funny women. As Deadline reports from the TCA’s, Chelsea Handler’s talk show “Chelsea” and Maria…

Annette Bening at Center Stage of New York Film Festival

July 28, 2016 by Casey Cipriani

The New York Film Festival, which takes place from September 30-October 16 this fall, has just announced that “20th Century Women” starring…

Trailer Watch: Meg Ryan Reteams with Tom Hanks for Her Directorial Debut “Ithaca”

July 28, 2016 by Laura Berger

Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks are reuniting on the big-screen, but what makes the collaboration especially exciting is the fact that they are…

Sequel to Disney’s “The Rocketeer” Will Feature a Black Female Protagonist

July 28, 2016 by Casey Cipriani

Fire up your proton packs, ladies…uh, we mean rocket packs! Following in the footsteps of the all-female “Ghostbusters,” another hero is…

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