#SeeHer related issues in the news.
As the #MeToo movement sweeps through Hollywood, there’s been plenty of talk about how people want to support women — that they absolutely value women’s voices and hope more can be heard to even out decades of inequality.
Olay launched its new Face Anything campaign on Monday with a message of being true to oneself, partnering with influencers to reach a wide audience.
Even if you skipped the requisite Cipriani bellinis at Ad Age's annual Women to Watch luncheon Thursday, it was all you could do not to happy-cry and emotional-cry in the course of two minutes.
Writer and showrunner Soo Hugh has also inked a two-year deal with studio Media Res as part of the pact for the series.
Gal Gadot is gearing up to play another wonder woman. Sources tell Variety that Gadot is near a deal to star in and executive produce a Showtime series based on the life and career of Hedy Lamarr.
Katie Couric is taking a stand against the Snapchat dysmorphia trend that’s caused an uptick in plastic surgery patients who are trying to replicate filtered versions of themselves
Beyonce has called for a greater acceptance of naturally curvy figures, saying she was listening more to her body after giving birth to twins by Caesarean section last year.
Dove is looking to critique the meaning of ‘I’m fine’ – a phrase usually snapped by insecure teenagers – in an animated series of films celebrating its ongoing partnership with Cartoon Network.
News broke today of Warner Bros.' plans to release a Supergirl movie. The film already has a screenwriter attached, with scribe Oren Uziel penning the superhero project.
From “Sharp Objects” to “The Handmaid’s Tale” to “Killing Eve” and beyond, complicated women have replaced male anti-heroes as television’s most compelling characters.
At first, I didn't notice that so many of my idols growing up were Latina. I am a certified child of the gloriously cringe-filled 2000s, but one thing that decade got right was the incredible representation of young Latina women.
Jodie Foster will be directing more, and that’s good news for women in Hollywood.