I participated in a Huff Post Live conversation yesterday with some great folks including producer Lynda Obst about the lack of women on screen this summer. Check out our conversation.
M in LA |
July 31, 2013 6:05 PMReply
The host didn't even know what an IP was? Sad to hear how the women speaking list so many requirements to what they think should be considered a women lead movie, that's lame. 'Hunger Games' doesn't count? So because a book is an IP, the mass of females that went to see the move don't count? I think this is a group of folks that can easily complain based on the parameter of whats on the box-office. There's lot of indies doing things where women are the leads, highlight them...
July 28, 2013 10:22 AMReply
So men are afraid to go to women that have women. So it's not the female haters club at the studios? It's the male population. Warners, Sony, Universal, Paramount are making crap catered to men.
M in LA |
July 31, 2013 6:08 PM
Yeah, if you listen to the speakers you'd think its all because of men that women led movies don't get made..not true....
July 28, 2013 1:23 AMReply
Preach on sisters!
I loved your review! You really seem to get what Outlander is about.
I just wanted to bring to your
Great review! You did your job, and did it well. Obviously did your homework unlike many other
Your CommentMy strapping 6'3" husband loves these books as much as I do. They are NOT
Sara, thank you for the thoughtful and refreshing article.
So tired of being talked down to,
Outlander is definitely not just for women. I think the story is compelling enough that anyone could