As we look forward to this Thursday’s Muse Awards, here are some of our honorees:
Blythe Danner talks to The Hollywood Reporter’s “Awards Chatter” podcast about her 50 year career and taking on her first leading film role at age 72 in I’ll See You in My Dreams.
Lizz Winstead’s Tinder parody app Hinder, created by her advocacy project Lady Parts Justice, lets users swipe left on politicians who are weak on equal pay laws, LGBTQ rights, women’s health and education.
Sarah Barnett has built buzz for BBC America during her tenure as President and General Manager.
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