Oscar winner is… a white, middle-aged man

The Telegraph U.K. reports: After a year in which statistics showed women being increasingly marginalized in the film industry, the 2015 Oscar nominations have been criticized for featuring too few women and too many middle-aged white men. Reaction on the internet was fierce. When David Daniel pointed out the stark lack of diversity in the nominations, it was retweeted more than 1,200 times in 20 minutes. All of the nominations for both Best Adapted and Original Screenplay, … [Read more...]

Jenny McCarthy – WOMAN of ACTION™

A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this woman that used her challenge in life, Took Action and now devotes a great amount of her time to bettering the lives of other women that have experienced the same challenge as herself. That is, a child born with AUTISM, and thriving through the trials and tribulations of these special children!       WOMAN of ACTION™     Jenny McCarthy       Jenny McCarthy is an … [Read more...]

Celebrating comedienne Joan River’s 80th Birthday!

IMAGE - YOUR QVC FAMILY Joan Alexandra Molinsky (born June 8, 1933), better known by her stage name Joan Rivers, is an American television personality, comedian, writer, film director, and actress. She is known for her ribald, depreciative style. Rivers' comic style relies heavily on her ability to poke fun at herself and other Hollywood celebrities. Joan Rivers was born Joan Alexandra Molinsky in Brooklyn, New York, the daughter of Russian Jewish immigrants Beatrice (née Grushman; January … [Read more...]

The Whistleblower: The movie the U.N. would prefer you didn’t see

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon traveled to Hollywood last year to cajole filmmakers and movie stars into making pictures that portray the U.N.'s good works. The Whistleblower, a scathing full-length account of the U.N. peacekeeping effort in Bosnia during the late 1990s, is not what he had in mind. The Samuel Goldwyn Films movie, which is due out in theaters in Los Angeles and New York on Aug. 5, stars British actress Rachel Weisz as a U.N. policewoman who stumbles into the sordid … [Read more...]

Rachael Kempson – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is inspired to share the memory of a wonderful woman that devoted her Life to family, taking a much less public viewing than that of her family and creating scenes of emotions in her plays, films and television; born 100 years ago today. We offer this Tribute as a Memory of a Life Lived to its Fullest.     WOMAN of ACTION™   Rachael Kempson   The matriarch of one of theatre and film's most famous acting dynasties took … [Read more...]

Jane Fonda Introduces One Billion Rising to West Hollywood

  V-Day Board member Jane Fonda joined One Billion Rising regional coordinator Lindsey Horvath at the West Hollywood City Council meeting to introduce One Billion Rising during the public hearing portion of the evening. ONE IN THREE WOMEN ON THE PLANET WILL BE RAPED OR BEATEN IN HER LIFETIME. ONE BILLION WOMEN VIOLATED IS AN ATROCITY ONE BILLION WOMEN DANCING IS A REVOLUTION On V-Day’s 15th Anniversary, 2.14.13, we are inviting ONE BILLION women and those who love them to WALK … [Read more...]

TRADE of INNOCENTS – World Premiere Sept 29

  SEX TRAFFICKING of CHILDREN: The numbers surprised me. Several thousands of women and girls each year routinely forced to have sex multiple times per day? 1 official and many unofficial trafficking circuits spanning the country? Over 5,000 brothels disguised as massage parlors? 13 as the average age of entrance into the trade? $200,000 in profit per girl/child per year? The land of the free? Yes, I’m talking about America. Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in … [Read more...]

WOMAN of ACTION™ – Sybil Jason

A Celebration of Women™ Celebrates the Life of yet another amazing woman, one that started as a girl and maintained the title "America's Little Sweetheart." Celebrate with us.........in honor of all children of our world. WOMAN of ACTION™ Sybil Jason {Shirley Temple Black} Shirley Temple was born on April 23, 1928 in Santa Monica, California, one of three children. She began taking singing and dancing lessons when she was two years old, and when she was three and a … [Read more...]

OSCARS 2011: Celebrating Best Actress Nominees!

Best Actress   Nominees: Jennifer Lawrence in Winter's Bone Annette Benning in The Kids Are All Right Helen Mirren in The Tempest Carey Mulligan in Never Let Me Go Natalie Portman in Black Swan Winner: Portman. Carey Mulligan was a front runner in 2010 with her role in An Education and she will again this year, but Never Let Me Go may have to lean on supporting categories while Natalie Portman rises to the top as the ballerina on the brink of nervous breakdown in Black Swan. Previously … [Read more...]

Virgo is the Analytical Iceberg they say, Virile Virgo Men

    Virgo is the Analytical Iceberg they say, is that true?     Virile Virgo Men Hot Actor Action   Sensual, smart and a little mysterious, Virgo guys are some of the sexiest creatures on the planet. Richard Gere, Hugh Grant and Tommy Lee Jones are excellent examples of the virile Virgo man.   So what makes them so attractive?   Virgos have an aura of self-control that makes them seem unattainable and deliciously intriguing. They have high standards and can be impatient with people and … [Read more...]

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