Dina Meyer - Starship Troopers
Will always cherish this mammary
5, 6, and...
>On a recent episode of the Fox program “Outnumbered,” actor Dean Cain discussed the widely reported “gender pay gap,” the perception that women in Hollywood get paid less based on their sex.
>Cain argued that actors are paid "based on their worth" no matter what their sex. He also pointed out that when he played Superman in the 1990s show "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman," he made less than co-star Teri Hatcher, who played Lois Lane.
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Every male actor in the world must dread being asked about the wage gap. If you agree with it, you're tacitly admitting that you're paid as much as you are--at least in part--because you're a man, and that you believe you aren't worth as much as you're being paid. If you disagree, you're shoving a stick directly into a giant hornet's nest that has a direct impact on your career.
Like, there's no right answer. If this comes up in the course of an interview, you're just fucked.
YOU'LL GET YOUR RENT WHEN YOU FIX THIS DAMN DOOR
Happy Thanksgiving Edition
Post your work, pitch your ideas, and pretend any of us are gonna make it.
Dedicated To: The Glassblowing Guy
Hey guys it's me, Pizza, what would you like to see in season 3
What the fuck. Just cancel the show.
>we wimmin actors should earn just as much as men!1
>btw gonna take the next two years off but you have to wait for me and when I'm back I better get a raise :^)
Bradley Cooper and Graham King are producing a Hyperion series (not kidding) http://screenrant.com/hyperion-tv-series-syfy/
Who would you cast in this?
What happened to Rosamund Pike?
She should be up there with the greats like Emily Blunt, Jessica Chastain and Bryce Dallas Howard.
why dont they make actresses like this anymore
I had an obsession with her when my friend showed me this movie in high school. It's fucking torture falling in love with an 11/10 that has very limited fapping material out there and what little there is is decades old
Is there a legal reason why disney can't do the real thing?
Every time I watch Foxcatcher I find something new to love about it.
I'm aware I'm a blacksheep in holding this film in such high regard, but I was curious what /tv/ had to say about it.
What movies made you cry /tv/?
ITT: Confusing boners when you were a kid