It's Friday! Not only is the weekend mere hours away, but this means we've put another week of Objects in Space behind us. I don't know about you, but I've definitely been having fun here.
Here are some links we've clicked on and we think you should, too:
- 25 years after the release of Death Becomes Her, the film that fizzled out in theaters is getting a new afterlife with help from the LGBTQ community. (Vanity Fair)
- Somewhat unexpectedly, the Disney Channel is creating a space for moms of color to see themselves on screen. (Ravishly)
- Star Trek Beyond actor John Cho sounds off about starring in his latest film and navigating Hollywood as an Asian-American. (GQ)
- Boy, what a surprise, guess who's still talking the most in movies? White men. (The New York Times)
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