When screenplays depict women as eye-candy lacking in confidence – also the creation of female writers hoping to appeal to the wider industry – you know there’s a gap in gender perception.
It's day three of the Sage Summit, and Hollywood actresses Gwyneth Paltrow and Zooey Deschanel have flown into Chicago to discuss making the switch from Tinseltown to trade with respective businesses Goop and HelloGiggles.
Currently planning to purchase a spot in the US that can accommodate your business class lifestyle? Perhaps you want to channel your inner pop star? Well, it just so happens that Robbie Williams has listed his Beverly Hills abode for sale – you might want to, ahem, take that.
The movie industry has just undergone a huge change as Zorro actor Antonio Banderas is set to star in the world’s first equity crowdfunded Hollywood film, Salty, following £1.9m raised on SyndicateRoom.
Talk about a captive audience to make any marketer salivate. Beyond the 43.5m viewers who tuned into the 2016 Oscars live, it was the billion plus global audience who, if they didn’t watch the entire ceremony, caught just one clip: Leonardo DiCaprio’s long awaited Academy Award win.
A Cornwall-based retreat formerly owned by Kate Winslet has been placed on sale for £400,000, more than double the price she paid for it following the success of blockbuster Titanic.
Our world is accelerating at a frenetic pace. All around, digital advancements and new social platforms are changing the way we work and interact with each other. So what can we learn from Hollywood about recruitment?
British actress Kate Winslet may have just found an enemy in the form of The Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence, after calling the pay gap dispute the star is leading “vulgar”.
In an article on Lena Dunham's new site Lenny, actress Jennifer Lawrence has said she is done trying to find the "adorable" way to state her opinion on the gender pay gap – and she's not the only one.