Cynthia Nixon lost the New York Democratic primary against Andrew Cuomo. "I’m not discouraged. I’m inspired," the actress tweeted. "To all the young people. To all the young women. To all the young queer people who reject the gender binary. Soon you’ll be standing here, and when it’s your turn, you’ll win."
The movie ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ opens this weekend, an adaptation of the 1962 feminist science fiction book written by Madeleine L'Engle. The casting has been praised for its gender and racial diversity, featuring biracial actor Storm Reid, Oprah Winfrey and Mindy Kaling.
Julia Louise-Dreyfus won two Screen Actors Guild awards, bringing her total SAG count higher than any other actor’s. The actress, who has been battling breast cancer for months, could not attend the ceremony but shared a funny Tweet to mark the occasion.
Robert De Niro apologized to Canadians for Donald Trump’s behavior at the G7 following an f-bomb filled rant at last week’s Tony Awards. Meanwhile, his Broadway show, ‘A Bronx Tale,’ was interrupted by a Trump protester, while the president criticized the film star’s IQ on Twitter.
Lindsay Lohan is under fire for telling a British newspaper that women who speak out in the #MeToo movement look weak. Although she noted she’s “supportive of women” and “everyone goes through their own experiences,” Lohan called women who make allegations "attention-seekers."