WEEKLY ROUNDUP:ROSIE LEAVES, S.EPATHA MERKERSON & LAVERNE COX JOIN NEW SHOWS.
[getty src=”462681638″ width=”406″ height=”594″] The View will lose a different Rosie than originally speculated. Brainstorming, outlining, first drafts and other tips for a successful screenwriting career! What’s next for Dakota Johnson after Fifty Shades of Grey? (VIDEO) Comedian Margaret Cho turned her pain into a successful comedy career. S. Epatha Merkerson joins Chicago Med and Laverne Cox...READ MORE
Weekly Roundup: Rosie’s New ‘View’ & Film Schools’ Gender Bias
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Weekly Roundup: Emmy Fever & a New ‘View’
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Weekly Roundup: Tonys Recap & Shonda’s Life Advice
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