The spectacular Broadway singer and actress Elaine Stritch.
Patricia Arquette really enjoyed her 12 years of Boyhood.
Marvel Comics addresses superhero gender disparity. Thor will be female!
Leighton Meester is not a “tart” in Broadway’s Of Mice & Men.
ABC will address diversity with Cristela, and NBC will showcase more women in next season’s lineup.
Robin Wright portrays her most revealing role yet in The Congress.
“I’m not ashamed.” Ousted New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson continues to inspire.
Being “difficult to work with” was never Katherine Heigl’s intention.
Deadline reminders: Hamptons International Film Festival (7/24), Fox Mentoring Program (7/28).
— KELLY GLOVER
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