The number of female directors working on big studio films has finally surpassed the single digits. Here's the complete list.\r\n\r\n"Money Monster," directed by\u00a0Jodie Foster\u00a0for Sony TriStar (in theaters May 13, 2016)\r\n\r\n"Me Before You," directed by Thea Sharrock (in theaters June 3, 2016)\r\n\r\n"Bridget Jones's Baby" directed by Sharon Maguire for Universal (in theaters Sept. 16, 2016)\r\n\r\n"Queen of Katwe," directed\u00a0Mira Nair\u00a0(in theaters Sept. 23, 2016)\r\n\r\n"Underworld: Blood Wars," directed by Anna Foerster (in theaters Oct. 14, 2016)\r\n\r\n"Unforgettable," directed by Denise Di Novi for Warner Bros. (in theaters in 2016, exact date not yet known)\r\n\r\n"Wonder Woman," now in production with director Patty Jenkins for Warner Bros. (in theaters June 2, 2017)\r\n\r\nAfter\u00a0Elizabeth Banks\u00a0bowed out, Trish Sie jumped in to direct "Pitch Perfect 3" for Universal (in theaters Aug. 4, 2017)\r\n\r\nMireille Soria is directing "Madagascar 4" for 20th Century Fox (in theaters\u00a0May 18, 2018)\r\n\r\nAva Duvernay\u00a0is set to direct Disney's live-action adaptation "A Wrinkle in Time" (release date TBD)\r\n\r\nOscar winners\u00a0Jennifer Lee\u00a0and Chris Buck are returning to co-direct "Frozen 2" (in theaters in 2018) -- representing a directing duo that's one-half woman.\r\n\r\nLucia Aniello is signed on to direct Sony and Columbia's "Rock That Body" (in theaters June 23, 2017)\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nFemale directors in Hollywood have\u00a0spoken\u00a0out about gender discrimination again and again and again. So it is surprising that not a single female director appears on the upcoming release slate for 20th Century Fox or Paramount, two of Hollywood's major studios.\r\n\r\nA tally by TheWrap found 22 consecutive films from Fox -- not counting Fox Searchlight, the studio's art-house division -- and 25 consecutive releases from Paramount had only male directors attached. So far, that covers all movies scheduled to hit theaters this year, next year and 2018 too.\r\n\r\nRepresentatives for Fox declined to comment; Paramount did not respond to repeated requests from TheWrap. Neither studio disputed the statistics.\r\n\r\nRead more here.