It took 17 years, but now we know that there is a good reason for the existence of Batman and Robin.
Because, of course, a woman who refuses to follow narrow rules about what makes a “good girl” is instantly transformed into an immoral she-beast.
12 Years a Slave and Gravity win big…
Stuff I found on the Net today. (Well, actually, yesterday.)
At the press screening of Frozen yesterday morning, we were greeted by a winter wonderland, complete with evergreen trees, fake snow, and real live reindeer…
I guess Disney doesn’t think French audiences are put off by titles that suggest a movie is about a woman.
The showstopping central musical number is a glorious anthem to female power and ability… and so, in fact, is the whole wonderful movie. Disney is finally getting it. (new DVD/VOD US/Can)
Hint: That’s not enough.
Did I just see that? While the graybeards stand around crying that someone must do something, the feisty girl goes out on her own to save the day?
It’s not that hard. Turns out there’s even a handy-dandy blueprint for it. It’s just that the blueprint has only ever been used to portray men on movie posters.