The two deliver lovelorn gazes in the upcoming Greta Gerwig-directed remake of the 1868 Louisa May Alcott novel.
"The Notebook" is finally on Netflix this month and yes it (barely) passes the Bechdel Test!
ABBA's songs were never that kind to women, but 'Mamma Mia' provides a surprisingly feminist re-telling of Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus' music.
Thirty-five years on from its publication, Nora Ephron’s semi-autobiographical novel is an all-too-human declaration of gustatory independence.
If Lupita Nyong'o could go to the Oscars wearing prescription glasses and still look like a goddess, then nobody can tell me I have to wear contacts to my neighbor's cousin's wedding.
With beautiful, underrated performances from Meryl Streep and Cher, "Silkwood" follows the life and mysterious death of pioneering labor activist Karen Silkwood.
Parkland survivors confront lawmakers on gun control, local deputies to carry rifles at schools in Florida county, right-wing pundits angry after Twitter suspends thousands of bots, and more.
To start, both Greta Gerwig and Jordan Peele are among the Best Director noms.
Check out the first trailer for Steven Spielberg's upcoming film that follows the 'Washington Post' in the wake of the Pentagon Papers.
Meryl Streep, Judd Apatow, and Lena Dunham have condemned the tycoon's alleged abuses, but much of the industry is still silent.
Before director Ridley Scott settled on Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon, he experimented with multiple combinations of leading women. A new book, "Off the Cliff," out next month, explores all the backstage drama.