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Netflix is bringing Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin back together. Hope Dolly Parton makes an appearance.

Now Hiring! Women and Hollywood is looking for new columnists.

These changes at Getty Images are most welcome and long overdue. (Video)

Audition news: You may be too attractive to book a commercial.

You should read this before entering that screenplay contest.

The Harvard Lampoon is now being run by women — yes, we’re funny!

— KELLY GLOVER

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