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‘The Assistant’ isn’t about Harvey Weinstein. But he looms over it.

Director Kitty Green spoke with several assistants as part of her research, including some who once worked for Weinstein

Wonder why you see more naked women than men on-screen? Maybe you’re asking the wrong question.

It’s a more complicated subject than you might think

The award show I’d actually watch would be 1,000 times better than the Oscars. Baby Yoda would be in the front row.

No Bad Men would win awards, and whenever one was so much as alluded to, Tom Hanks would be there to soften the blow

These movies and shows from the early 2000s make us nostalgic. But they haven’t aged well.

Here are 7 we find problematic, but love anyway

The ‘secret’ the first female director of ‘Star Wars’ didn’t want fans to know before opening night

Victoria Mahoney, a woman of color, on the film that meant ‘everything,’ Ava DuVernay and more

Santa doesn’t have to be a man. These women prove that.

From 'Noelle’ to ‘Mrs. Claus Takes the Reins,’ we bring you examples of a woman-led Christmas

How Vanessa Hudgens ended up in your Netflix holiday queue

With ‘The Princess Switch’ and ‘The Knight Before Christmas,’ the actress is all-in on Christmas cheer

7 female directors share their favorite women-helmed films of the decade, from ‘Winter’s Bone’ to ‘Selma’

‘I think women are making such incredible films right now,’ says ‘Late Night’ director Nisha Ganatra

I watched the top 10 Hallmark Christmas movies so you don’t have to. Here’s what I learned.

What I thought would be a fun, somewhat silly experiment turned out slightly differently

A ‘Star Wars’ actor sparked a conversation about gender fluidity. Women have been using sci-fi to explore gender and sexuality for centuries.

From ‘Frankenstein’ to ‘Star Trek’ fan fiction, women have long expressed gender and sexuality through the medium