Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Keira Knightley & Jessie Buckley Cast in ‘Misbehaviour’; Based on True Story of the First Black Woman to Win Miss World

Left Bank Pictures and Pathé have launched sales on Philippa Lowthorpe's Miss World film Misbehaviour. A feature film based on the true story of the first Black woman to win the Miss World competition. Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Fast Color), Keira Knightley (Colette), and rising star, Jessie Buckley (Beast) are set to star in the film based on Rebecca … Continue reading Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Keira Knightley & Jessie Buckley Cast in ‘Misbehaviour’; Based on True Story of the First Black Woman to Win Miss World

GoC Monthly Jams: September

The summer breezed right past and many of us may wish we kept our mouths shut about how hot it was. October is now upon us, and it's time to layer the clothes, drink hot chocolates, watch those scary movies and eat some sweets! Sounds like a great October, right? Wrong. You need some sweet … Continue reading GoC Monthly Jams: September

Interview: A Conversation With Yetide Badaki on Storytelling, ‘American Gods’, and ‘Wonderland’

In between the filming of the second season of American Gods, actress Yetide Badaki took a few minutes to chat with me about her new project Wonderland, which brings together complex characters and her passion for storytelling. There’s about a seven-hour time difference between her set and my study chair (as well as an entire ocean), but, thanks to modern … Continue reading Interview: A Conversation With Yetide Badaki on Storytelling, ‘American Gods’, and ‘Wonderland’

An Obsession With the Bodies of Superhero Actors: Body Shaming, Sexual Harassment, and Objectification

Superheroes have been drawn with ridiculously and unnaturally perfect bodies from the get-go and that’s fine, sometimes it even adds to the entertainment. The exaggerated curves, bulges, and muscles are often so absurd it’s laughable. While that’s all great, no healthy human being can obtain these bodies in real life, especially if that human has … Continue reading An Obsession With the Bodies of Superhero Actors: Body Shaming, Sexual Harassment, and Objectification

‘Captain Marvel’ Writer Geneva Robertson-Dworet to Pen Andy Weir’s ‘Artemis’ Adaptation

Geneva Robertson-Dworet, the woman behind the upcoming Captain Marvel, has been called upon to adapt The Martian author Andy Weir's latest novel, Artemis, for Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Released last November by Crown Publishing, Artemis follows a directionless 20-something Jazz from Artemis, the first and only city on the moon. A smuggler, she … Continue reading ‘Captain Marvel’ Writer Geneva Robertson-Dworet to Pen Andy Weir’s ‘Artemis’ Adaptation

Evan Rachel Wood ‘Just Now’ Receiving Pay Parity for ‘Westworld’ Season 3

Evan Rachel Wood's Dolores Abernathy is the magnificent heroine, regarded by many as the face of HBO's Westworld. Surprisingly, Wood told TheWrap that for the first two seasons of the hit show, her paycheck didn't quite measure up to those of her male counterparts. In a recent interview with Sharon Waxman, the founder and CEO … Continue reading Evan Rachel Wood ‘Just Now’ Receiving Pay Parity for ‘Westworld’ Season 3

Meet the Siblings in ‘Incredibles 2’ Who Want to Legalize Superheroes

In the new Incredibles sequel, Brad Bird continued the fact that superheroes are still illegal. Incredibles 2 continues the story just moments after the first movie's climactic finish, where the super family defeat a robot in a very illegal, very public citywide skirmish. On June 15, the big topic will be the return of supers in … Continue reading Meet the Siblings in ‘Incredibles 2’ Who Want to Legalize Superheroes

Pixar to Debut First Woman-Directed Short-Film ‘Bao’ this Summer

With excitement over Incredibles 2 skyrocketing, there has been speculations over which short film will premiere with the long awaited sequel. After the previous controversy over Coco's lengthy Frozen short, I'm sure audiences were curious to see what else the studio had up their sleeve. Pixar revealed the premise of their new short Bao and … Continue reading Pixar to Debut First Woman-Directed Short-Film ‘Bao’ this Summer

Ava DuVernay Assembles All-Female Director Team For Third Time Straight for ‘Queen Sugar’

Ava DuVernay continues to prove that she practices what she preaches as she prepares for the return of the hit show Queen Sugar. Based on a book of the same name, Queen Sugar follows the lives of three siblings and their recently inherited 800-acre sugarcane farm in Louisana. DuVernay has been vocal about the need for women creators behind … Continue reading Ava DuVernay Assembles All-Female Director Team For Third Time Straight for ‘Queen Sugar’