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Weekly Roundup: Sarandon Dishes, Fox Sports Disses
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The Last of Robin Hood star Susan Sarandon discusses, well…everything.

The percentage of women on film crews is only 23% (in 2013, less than 2% of directors were women!), but thank you again, Tina Fey.

Terry Press named President of CBS Films.

Did Fox Sports demote reporter Pam Oliver because of female ageism?

Suggestions to help women achieve peak performance in meetings.

“I don’t think there’s a magic bullet answer,” Universal Pictures Chairwoman Donna Langley on Hollywood’s gender issue.

Women in Animation launches a very important mentorship program.

— KELLY GLOVER

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