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How Being A 'Bachelor' "Villain" Changes Your Life, According To Taylor Nolan

It's been a year since Taylor Nolan sat in the hot seat at the Women Tell All and tearfully revealed that all the Bachelor drama between her and Corinne Olympios had forced her to walk away from her career in mental health counseling. Today, things …
By Martha Sorren

How Glenn Howerton’s New Role Compares To 'Always Sunny’s “Darth Vader-Level Evil” Dennis

NBC's A.P. Bio piques curiosity from the get-go as Jack, a Harvard professor-turned-high school biology teacher, insists he'll be tasking students with ruining the life of his nemesis instead of leafing through their textbooks. Though his character, …
By Taylor Maple

Why It's Actually Great That Activism Is "Trendy," According To Actor Zoey Deutch

If you've noticed recently that you've been getting more Facebook event invites to marches than birthday parties and that your friends are spending their brunch money on poster boards and paint, it's not just you; these days, it seems, everyone's an …
By Rachel Simon

This Little Known Factor Actually Affects Gender Equality In Movies, Says Tessa Thompson

It's a conversation that's been had across Hollywood time and time again, and yet it doesn't seem to be going anywhere: Why aren't there more women working behind-the-scenes in film? And why are the women portrayed on screen not nearly as diverse or …
By Anna Klassen

Daniel Radcliffe's Thoughts On Hollywood's Treatment of Women Will Make You Love Him Even More

To say that Daniel Radcliffe is outspoken about what he believes in would be an understatement. On screen, the former Harry Potter star is known for playing characters as varied as Allen Ginsberg, beat poet, and Igor, Victor Frankenstein's sidekick, …
By Kadeen Griffiths

If You're Calling Daniel Radcliffe's Post-'Harry Potter' Movies Weird, You're Missing The Point

Though it wasn't actually his first film role, playing Harry Potter in the titular franchise of movies is unquestionably what shot Beasts of Burden star Daniel Radcliffe to international fame. But since the final Potter movie debuted in 2011, Radclif…
By Kadeen Griffiths

Why You Need To Stop Worrying About Things You Can't Control, According To Oprah Herself

It is a truth universally acknowledged that if Oprah Winfrey offers you a piece of advice, you pay close attention. And that's exactly what Storm Reid, the teenage star of the upcoming A Wrinkle in Time adaptation (out March 9), did on set of the fil…
By Anna Klassen

Ava DuVernay's Bold AF Demands To Diversify 'A Wrinkle In Time' Will Give You Chills

With A Wrinkle in Time, Ava DuVernay has made history as the first black woman to helm a 100 million dollar film. But according to the director, there was only one way she was going to take on the job: if she was allowed to showcase a diverse family …
By Anna Klassen

It Took Heather Graham YEARS To Make A Movie About Women Ditching Toxic Men. The Reason? Men.

They say you should write what you know. But in Hollywood, that age-old advice apparently needs an addendum: Write what you know — as long as men are into it. And for actor and newly minted director/screenwriter Heather Graham — a woman who swam thro…
By Kelsea Stahler

‘Mozart In The Jungle’ Shows That The Classical Music World Isn’t Immune To Gender Inequality

When audiences meet Lola Kirke's Mozart In The Jungle character Hailey Rutledge, she's an artist in that transitionary period between childhood prodigy and adult success. An oboist, Hailey may not have the skills to become one of the all-time greats,…
By Sage Young

The Awesome Reason Why Netflix's New Tearjerking Movie Has An Almost All-Female Crew

The new Netflix movie, Irreplaceable You, takes a fresh approach to a story about a couple whose relationship gets derailed when one of them becomes seriously ill. In this case, the person is Abbie (played by Gugu Mbatha-Raw) who finds out she has ca…
By Angelica Florio

Here's What Happens When A Movie Doesn't Make Race Or Sexual Orientation A Plot Point

Picture a sweet comedy movie about a father named Frank and his daughter, Sam. He's white, she's a young woman of color. They disagree about her future plans as she eyes colleges. Occasionally, Sam's girlfriend swings by to stare deeply into her eyes…
By Kelsea Stahler

Carrie Brownstein On Why Even The Obama Era Should Have Enraged You

An icy January morning soon after Hollywood's show of solidarity for the #MeToo movement at the Golden Globes and almost exactly one year into the Trump Administration feels like a momentous time to be sitting across from Carrie Brownstein. The Sleat…
By Samantha Rollins

Jessica Biel Explains How She's Teaching Her Son About Gender Equality When He's Only 3

Silas Randall Timberlake is only three, but he already knows how to respect a woman. No, really. As she tells me at LA's 2018 Makers Conference in February, Jessica Biel is parenting her son with husband Justin Timberlake with a no-BS policy when it …
By Taylor Ferber

Gloria Steinem's Take On How Time's Up Has Changed The World Will Give You Chills

In the last few months, the #MeToo and Time's Up movements have led to a revolution, bringing old and new allegations of sexual assault and misconduct against men to the spotlight. And while many victims may be reluctant to speak out due to fear that…
By Taylor Ferber

You Need To Hear Gloria Steinem & Amber Tamblyn's Advice For Getting Equal Pay Right Now

No matter how many times you've heard this stat before, it's still sobering: according to the National Women's Law Center, the average, full-time white working woman in the United States earns only 80 cents for every dollar a male makes. The gap is e…
By Taylor Ferber

What Creed Bratton Really Thinks About That ‘Office’ Reboot Idea

TV buffs know Creed Bratton best as his Dunder Mifflin Paper Company alter-ego — a man of the same name who never quite made sense, but whose hilarious air of mystery made him one of the most intriguing characters on television. And now that sources …
By Taylor Maple

The Original ‘Queer Eye’ Wasn’t Perfect — Here's How The Reboot Is Righting Those Wrongs

In Netflix's 2018 reboot of the classic Bravo show Queer Eye there is, of course, a new Fab Five. And according to Karamo Brown, the culture expert of the new Queer Eye, this updated version of the show is much more inclusive of the broad gay experie…
By Drew Koch

Why Aubrey Plaza Wants You To Watch More Movies That Have NOTHING To Do With Politics

It's nearly impossible to watch a new film without passing it through the lens of the #MeToo conversation or the national political discourse in 2018. But if you can manage to find a film that legitimately doesn't touch on a single topic of current p…
By Kelsea Stahler

Why Peter Kraus Doesn't Want To Be The Bachelor To Find Love

It's a casual afternoon in the Bustle offices, and Bachelorette star Peter Kraus is showing me photos of his dog, Daisy. And not just one, but several. Here she is snuggled up next to him. Here she is taking a selfie with him. Here she is laying on t…
By Martha Sorren