Melissa McCarthy: Men Who Say Women Aren't Funny Should Get Out Of Their Caves 4 weeks ago
Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock have a newsflash for comedy misogynists -- women can be funny too.
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By Brent Lang
Women and minorites have gained chairs at the TV writing table over the past decade, but remain severely underrepresented
Guest Blog: It's time to put an end to the exploitive use of photographs of women to sell anything and everything
A new report from the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film shows the number of women directors fluctuated upward in 2012
California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris urges more women to run for political office, and explains why diversity matters in positions of power
What can we do to register our pure, searing outrage at the shooting of 14-year-old Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousufzai, shot in the head by a Taliban thug?
The number of female show creators and executive producers reached historic highs, according to a study by San Diego State University's Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film
Women represented 39 percent of documentary directors at film festivals, but only 18 percent of the directors of narrative features
Guest Blog: If women ran Hollywood, Wanda Sykes would reign as a long-term host on late-night network television, for starters
Guest blog: Too often male fantasies drive portrayals of mature females in Hollywood films. Women, and realism, would be better served by a more balanced approach
Representation of women in the op-ed pages of The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and The Wall Street Journal is on the rise
Study from San Diego State University finds that women are less likely to be protagonists in movies and are less likely to be portrayed as leaders on screen
ItsontheGrid sat down with the filmmakers from 'That's What She Said'
Four women directors are screening films in the competition this year -- a record, according to festival organizers - and many more are competing in other categories
We continue to explore the myth that women are congenitally unfunny. Harmon thinks they're funnier than men
"Status of Women in News Media" report shows men still dominate newsrooms
The internet has brought women another quantum leap forward -- the web doesn’t stare at your ass
Editor talks about redesigned newsweekly with the ladies of "The View"
How bad is it? "Twilight" director Catherine Hardwicke says she couldn't even get a meeting to direct "The Fighter."
The "Worldwide Leader" rolls out ESPNW on Web first
Lisa Cholodenko shot Bening, 52, in the glory of her middle years, which feels like something brave and new
What do most of the awards-season favorites have in common? No female characters of any great consequence -- if any women at all
The think tank of top women executives from inside and outside NBCU will introduce "Brand Power Index"
Actress named to the California's Commission on the Status of Women
Women writers dropped dramatically; number of female directors same as 1987
The number of women working on broadcast network programs declined negligibly to 25 percent.
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga