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Sigourney Weaver Red Carpet – 13th Rome Film Fest

Our Favorite Women of Space: 10 On-Screen Roles with Impact

BBC America launches Space Week today, July 15, with a slew of classic films and TV series that brought the final frontier down to Earth. On the eve of the 50th anniversary, you can catch the premiere of Wonders of the Moon on Friday, July 19 at 10/9c. Here are ten women on intergalactic missions — if […]

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5 Female Friendship Flicks Not to Be Rivaled With

Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson play rival con-artists in The Hustle, releasing today (May 10). They may not be fast friends, but on first meeting they already have one thing in common: they both like money. If The Hustle follows suit of its predecessor, 1988’s Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, these two will become lifelong allies. Let’s […]

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10 Recent Films and TV Shows Bringing More Depth to Female Rivalry

Female rivalry has long had the power to fascinate, with writers, filmmakers and showrunners often pitting one woman against another in a bid to capitalize on it. Recently, though, there’s been a discernible shift in how we depict women’s relationships, with Mary, Queen of Scots — opening in theaters today (December 7) – the latest film […]

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13 Women Who Made ‘Doctor Who’ What it is Today

On screen and behind the scenes, women have steered Doctor Who since its inception in 1963. As Thirteenth Doctor Jodie Whittaker prepares to get to grips with the sonic screwdriver on Sunday (October 7), we’ve put together a list of 13 of the most influential. 1. Verity Lambert Without Verity there simply wouldn’t be a Doctor Who at all. One […]

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10 Times Aretha Franklin Embodied Her ‘Queen of Soul’ Moniker

When Aretha Franklin passed away earlier this month, the world lost an icon whose music, Barack Obama said, “helped define the American experience.” Franklin’s rich, raspy voice was so remarkable that she’d been referred to as the “Queen of Soul” since the ’60s, but here are 10 times she showed why the title was so […]

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