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Hollywood leading ladies fight for pay equality
From Emma Stone to Robing Wright, demand to be paid and deserve the same respect with the rights as their male counterparts.
Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange talk gender equality in Hollywood
What has changed for women in Hollywood since the 1960s? Plenty -- and also not enough. That's the perspective viewers get from director Ryan Murphy 's "Feud." The series stars Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange as Bette Davis and Joan Crawford during the period when studios pitted the two actresses
Chrissy Teigen, Patricia Arquette and more react to United Airlines leggings incident
After United Airlines barred two girls from boarding a flight this weekend because they were wearing leggings, which the company said is part of their policy for relatives and friends of employees who travel for free on standby, actors and activists have taken to social media to criticize the
United Airlines faces backlash over leggings controversy
The airline company stopped two young women from boarding at Denver International Airport for wearing leggings.
Patricia Arquette upset Oscars left her trans sister out of In Memoriam tribute
Patricia Arquette was less than pleased with the In Memoriam tribute at Sunday's Oscars as it did not include her sister Alexis Arquette, a trans activist and actor with more than 70 screen credits. "I was really pissed off the academy left out my sister Alexis in the memoriam because Alexis had a
Emma Stone's road to the 2017 Oscars
As the front-runner to take home the best actress Oscar for her performance in "La La Land," it's easy to forget how far Emma Stone has come in such a short amount of time. The 28-year-old actress was in her late teens when she made her first splash on the big screen in the 2008 comedy "Superbad,"
Why 2017 could be the most political year of the Academy Awards
For decades, going to the movies has given people a two-hour escape from the daily news cycle. But at the Academy Awards -- the pinnacle event in Hollywood -- winners on occasion have used the platform to bring attention to political issues. ABC News film critic Peter Travers predicts this year
The Stars Who Have Shown Up to Donald Trump's Inauguration
Today Donald Trump was sworn in as 45th president of the United States. Among those attending, in addition to Trump's family, were outgoing President Obama and his wife Michelle; former presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter; and former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary
Janelle Monae, Maxwell to Perform at Women’s March on Washington
The growing Women's March on Washington -- which has added A-list names like Scarlett Johansson and Cher to its list of participants in the past few weeks -- added a roster of musicians set to perform at the demonstration. An official statement from the grassroots event stated that Janelle Monáe,
Ashton Kutcher Applauds Natalie Portman for Speaking Out on Gender Pay Gap
Ashton Kutcher said he is "so proud" of Natalie Portman for speaking out on the Hollywood gender pay gap. The actor, who starred alongside the Oscar-winning actress in their 2011 film "No Strings Attached," was responding to Portman's recent interview in Marie Claire UK . In the interview, Portman