Suffragette, Jennifer Lawrence Salary, Wonder Woman 2017, Captain Marvel 2019 – Beyond The Trailer

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Women in Hollywood! Suffragette 2015, Jennifer Lawrence salary, Wonder Woman 2017, Captain Marvel 2019, Women Directors!

Beyond The Trailer host Grace Randolph gives a review of Women in Hollywood today! The new movie Suffragette about women getting the vote! Women directors, like Ava DuVernay and Patty Jenkins! Patricia Arquette and Jennifer Lawrence talking about the salary pay gap for women in Hollywood vs men! And of course comic book movies! Wonder Woman 2017! Captain Marvel 2019! Ant-Man and Wasp 2018! When will Black Widow get a solo movie?! Share your own reaction to this review of Women in Film before you see the full movie of Suffragette 2015! And be sure to make Beyond The Trailer your first stop for movie and entertainment news here on YouTube today!

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    Luke Wells2020 years ago

    If 7% of women directed movies, couldn’t it be possible there is just more
    male directors then females, why does it matter? They still have the right,
    don’t they?

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      Emily Rosenthal2020 years ago

      +Luke Wells Certainly, there are male directors who are better for a
      project. I’m not suggesting otherwise. I am saying that the pool of female
      directors though is quite slim, and that gender is sometimes taken into
      account when a director is being chosen.
      When one thinks of famous directors, they are almost entirely male. Surely
      there are not that few talented women that this would be the case.

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      Luke Wells2020 years ago

      But here’s an idea, maybe these male directors are just the better choice
      for the project,

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      The Artist Formerly Known As..2020 years ago

      Oh my friend your making to much sense. .most of time with issues like
      these the facts don’t matter..

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      Emily Rosenthal2020 years ago

      +Luke Wells The probability of there being that few female directors
      (contrary to popular belief, women are not a minority) in comparison to
      male directors is slim (if there is some proof of this somewhere, I’d be
      happy to resin that comment). And just because someone has the right to do
      something doesn’t mean they are actually going to be allowed to do it. Take
      African-Americans when they were given voting rights; sure, they had the
      right to vote, but most were kept from voting.
      The same logic applies here. Female directors are less likely to be hired,
      because they are often seen as less marketable. As such, many are unable to
      get their careers off the ground, or not to the height that they could be.
      It’s a vicious cycle in that way.

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    Majinga Zetto2020 years ago

    I don’t care if a movie is directed by a man or a woman. Just bring me a
    good plot and well developed and interesting characters. And please keep
    misandry and sexism out of art. It really sucks to have movies ruined by
    toxic nonconstructive and sexist male-bashing feminism that does not seek
    equal rights for both genders.

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    Emre Cosgun2020 years ago

    Only 52 million? 1st world problems -.-
    The pay gap is so horrible! Women need to get a job, where they get payed
    more so they can see, that the pay gap is a myth? That’s too much work!

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    Emre Cosgun2020 years ago

    Only 52 million? 1st world problems -.-
    The pay gap is so horrible! Women need to get a job, where they get payed
    more so they can see, that the pay gap is a myth? That’s too much work!

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    rurutu M2020 years ago

    Everyone go to the marvel store online, buy all the black widow merch and
    send it to Grace

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    Bless2020 years ago

    I’m all for equal rights but if a movie directed by a woman, starring a
    woman, written by a woman gets a terrible review I’m not going to see it in
    theaters. There’s no double standard because I don’t see bad films starring
    men either.

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      Pers Godiva2020 years ago

      that’s exactly what you should do 🙂 Judge a movie on whether or not it’s
      good not who is involved.

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    hhh12002020 years ago

    i’m glad lawrence is getting her money but she still don’t interest me as
    an actress.

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      TheoKabala892020 years ago

      agreed.

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    Mɛᴛʀᴏ Orlɛanž2020 years ago

    52 million a year? Fk these over paid actors and then whine about how it’s
    not enough. She makes more than CEOs and presidents of large corporations.
    But, it’s because she’s a woman that she make 10% less than RDJ? Get the fk
    outta you feminist grout.

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    lightvsdark212020 years ago

    I’m so proud of you for doing this. What a great message! Thanks Grace for
    inspiring the public!

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      1 002020 years ago

      +Zethonring23 gender equality? Can you prove there is inequality between
      the sexes? The wage gap is a debunked myth. Women are getting hired at jobs
      their not qualified for just to meet quotas. So what inequalities do you
      speak of dunbfuck. Because of women and leftism, we no longer have a
      running space program

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      Zethonring232020 years ago

      +Sam Angelo “Because of women and leftism, we no longer have a running
      space program.” I can’t tell if you’re being serious or trolling, either
      way I’m not even going to humour such drivel anymore, seriously dude, seek
      help.

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      1 002020 years ago

      +David Patterson is that what liberals call it when someone brings light
      onto the lies of feminism

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      1 002020 years ago

      +Zethonring23 way to quote a factual sentence of mine and not make a point.

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      David Patterson2020 years ago

      +Sam Angelo Go away. You’re here just to argue and troll.

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    The Artist Formerly Known As..2020 years ago

    Danielle Radcliffe as Captain Marvel..

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    Ore Bolarin2020 years ago

    There is no reason for a BW movie. It doesn’t benefit the MCU and that’s y
    it won’t be made. Just takes time and money from other movie projects

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      High Heel Knight2020 years ago

      +Ore Bolarin I agree that there doesn’t need to be a Black Widow movie.
      Grace’s point is that it is odd that there hasn’t been a good female super
      hero lead movie since the Renaissance began. Although both DC and Marvel
      have announced plans for films, that is still only ONE each and we have to
      wait several years for them. Marvel could have made the Ant-Man movie into
      an Ant-Man & Wasp movie from the get go, but didn’t. Perhaps irconicly, the
      closest thing we have had to a super powered female lead movie since
      “Catwoman” was “Lucy,” starring Scarlett Johansson. That character isn’t
      really heroic, but she has powers and is the leading character.

      Just in case you’re wondering, I know that Marvel has the Agent Carter
      television series and the upcoming Jessica Jones series on Netflix. I know
      that DC just launched Supergirl on television. In terms of theatrical major
      motion pictures, it is past time that the public has been offered decent
      female super hero movies.

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    Snag Prophet2020 years ago

    What are you on about voting for?

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      Red Queen2020 years ago

      +Snag Prophet Because it’s Election Day in the USA.

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    frank ponds2020 years ago

    Lawrence only has herself to blame for not negotiating properly. She even
    said that herself. Also, Lawrence is miles below RDJ and such in terms of
    establishment in the industry. Also, RDJ markets the hell for Marvel–from
    constant appearances in costumes to good deeds. I’m not saying there isn’t
    a level of inequality for women in the industry, it’s just my sympathy for
    JLaw is next to nil. Other established actresses and such who’ve had to
    deal with this for decades, however, I understand.

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      Pers Godiva2020 years ago

      Yeah I think you might be right. And let’s not forget: she’s only 24 while
      RDJ is in his 50s. You can’t compare that kind of age difference when it
      comes to how established they are.

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      frank ponds2020 years ago

      +Pers Godiva Exactly.

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      The Artist Formerly Known As..2020 years ago

      +frank ponds She’s was a fad..on the way out now..

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      The Artist Formerly Known As..2020 years ago

      +Keith Gerholt ^^^prone to outburst. .self destructive personality

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    ReviewForReel2020 years ago

    Actually Wonder Woman can’t vote in our elections, she’s not a us citizen.

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    Jacobemiller872020 years ago

    This pay equality rant from J-Law kills me when she doesn’t do half the
    film promotion work that RDJ does but wants to be paid the same. Also how
    many blockbuster directing gigs were turned down by female directors this
    year? If women want a bigger seat at the table they need to do the work and
    not just art house films and Oscar bait

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      tree bear2020 years ago

      +Jacobemiller87 jennifer is a 3 time oscar nominated actress and an oscar
      winner who brings in large audiences to movie theaters while Chris
      Hemsworth is…Thor? Also, she never said she wanted to make the same
      amount of money RDJ makes, her issue was with Renner getting paid higher
      than her in American Hustle where her role was more prominent than his was
      (she also had won an Oscar by this time). Because of this, she asked Sony
      for more money for her upcoming passengers film. This led to people calling
      her bratty for asking for too much money and then she wrote the article to
      address this issue. Not sure what the big deal is here…she has been
      working nonstop since her big break from Winters Bone. She has every right
      to complain about hollywood pay gap even though this topic might not be
      relatable to most women in the working industry.

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      fourth10002020 years ago

      +Jacobemiller87 because, women feel entitled to men and women’s empathy.
      That’s why they complain.
      Men don’t get emotionally or physically rescued. So we can’t complain.

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      Keith Gerholt2020 years ago

      J-law can’t promote all her movies at once. The only thing RDJ is really in
      is avengers and those come out years apart so he has all the time in the
      world to promote.

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      Jacobemiller872020 years ago

      +letsdreamthatdream I read it my issue with it is that she made choices and
      her choices led to her getting paid what she was paid. Look at Chris
      Hemsworth he does more physical work in The Avengers movies than any of his
      co-stars yet got paid the least and you don’t see him writing letters about
      their being a pay gap. It just seems like J-Law beeds better representation.

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      Jacobemiller872020 years ago

      +Keith Gerholt That’s on her then. RDJ did the work and had the
      representation to get what he felf he deserved. if you do a bunch of movies
      a year and don’t do the press tours and the promotion for the project why
      would a studio consider bumping your salary higher?

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    Un Lobo2020 years ago

    Grace are you really having trouble finding Black Widow Merch?

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    Reiner Pineda2020 years ago

    People who said Jennifer is complaining are probably those people that do
    not understand she had stated from that letter. Nonetheless, It’s okay that
    way because it only validates her point.

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    Jar Jar Binks2020 years ago

    People actually believe the female pay gap still? Lol

    Reply

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