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  • Of Course HBO Isn't Going To Remake The Finale Season Of Game Of Thrones

    Of Course HBO Isn't Going To Remake The Finale Season Of <i>Game Of Thrones</i>

    There is no way to make a piece of art satisfying to everyone. Fans were asking for the impossible.

  • Game Of Thrones Finale Review: The North, And We, Will Remember (Spoiler Alert)

    <I>Game Of Thrones</I> Finale Review: The North, And We, Will Remember (Spoiler Alert)

    A once-grandiose show, Game Of Thrones goes out on a goofy note, just like the high fantasies it once critiqued.

  • Opinion: Game of Thrones' "The Long Night" Felt Decidedly Conventional

    Opinion: <i>Game of Thrones</i>' "The Long Night" Felt Decidedly Conventional

    I love "Game of Thrones"; more than any other work of art, George R.R. Martin's novels and the television adaptation of them have defined my career as a critic. But if you asked me whether "Game of Thrones" is a genuinely great show, after "The Long Night," I'd have to answer: not today.

  • Game Of Thrones 8: The Only Way The Show Can Truly End

    <I>Game Of Thrones 8</I>: The Only Way The Show Can Truly End

    If the show wants to be true to George R.R. Martin's best ideas, there can be no happy ending.

  • The Obamas' Netflix Deal Sounds Great for the Obamas. Is It Good for Netflix?

    The Obamas' Netflix Deal Sounds Great for the Obamas. Is It Good for Netflix?

    It's a smart pairing for the Obamas, who are making their first foray into producing in an environment that's likely to give them a lot of time and space to figure out what they're doing.

  • Wonder Woman 2 Gives Director Patty Jenkins Record-Breaking Fee. But Will It Change Hollywood?

    <I>Wonder Woman 2</i> Gives Director Patty Jenkins Record-Breaking Fee. But Will It Change Hollywood?

    The first benchmark that's useful to extract from Jenkins' Wonder Woman contract is monetary: Her deal apparently makes her the highest-paid female director ever and sets a new mark that other women will be able to use in comparable situations

  • Game Of Thrones: Women Become Leading Contestants For The Iron Throne

    <i>Game Of Thrones</i>: Women Become Leading Contestants For The Iron Throne

    As Game of Thrones has entered its third act, its female characters have moved from the margins to become leading contestants for the Iron Throne

  • How Priyanka Chopra's Baywatch Could Have Been A Funnier Movie

    How Priyanka Chopra's <i>Baywatch</i> Could Have Been A Funnier Movie

    There was a solid opportunity for Baywatch to tee up on a particularly bogus attempt to rebrand feminism. Focusing Victoria's plot more sharply on her conviction that smuggling drugs, privatizing a public beach and murdering people are all feminist acts would have been funnier than her bland vamping

  • Opinion: The Case For Ivanka Trump As First Lady

    Opinion: The Case For Ivanka Trump As First Lady

    It's a measure of just how hilariously awful Donald Trump's choices to fill his administration have been so far that when the idea began to circulate last week that his daughter Ivanka Trump might end up serving as his de facto first lady.

  • Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie Divorce And The 'Marriage of Equals' Fantasy

    Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie Divorce And The 'Marriage of Equals' Fantasy

    A divorce like Brangelina's is both the end of a pleasant dream, and in the end, a bit reassuring: If folks like that can't make it work, maybe we're relieved of the obligation to strive for perfection in our marriages

  • How Game of Thrones Finally Fulfilled Its Dark Feminist Promise

    How Game of Thrones Finally Fulfilled Its Dark Feminist Promise

    This is the year that Game of Thrones most fully realized its ambitions to explore what it means to survive rape, forced marriage and other aspects of patriarchy and slavery. Women rose to power on Game of Thrones, but at a great and terrible cost that illustrated how little power individuals have over the systems

  • Opinion: 47 Years Ago, Hillary Clinton's Practice Nomination Speech

    Opinion: 47 Years Ago, Hillary Clinton's Practice Nomination Speech

    Almost half a century ago, when Hillary Rodham became the first student to speak at a Wellesley College commencement, she dismissed, 1969-style, the tired cliche of politics as the art of the possible. "The challenge now," Rodham said, channeling what students graduating this spring might describe as her inner Bernie Sanders, "is to practice politi...

  • Dwayne Johnson For POTUS. Could The Rock Win The White House?

    Dwayne Johnson For POTUS. Could The Rock Win The White House?

    "I'll be honest, I haven't ruled politics out. I'm not being coy when I say that, but at the moment I am not sure. I can't deny that the thought of being governor, the thought of being president, is alluring. And beyond that, it would be an opportunity to make a real impact on people's lives on a global scale"

  • What Will it Take For Hollywood to Drop Famous, Dangerous Men?

    What Will it Take For Hollywood to Drop Famous, Dangerous Men?

    Heard's decision first to not go to the police and then to give a statement is one of the best illustrations of why actually getting these men to trial would be good not only for the larger causes of justice, but also for an industry that has flailed and failed in response to serious allegations against famous men

  • Priyanka Chopra? Gillian Anderson? No, a Woman Shouldn't Play James Bond

    Priyanka Chopra? Gillian Anderson? No, a Woman Shouldn't Play James Bond

    As much as I am all for the idea that women should have equal shots at playing characters who have traditionally been played by men for no particularly good reason, and as loath as I am to agree with someone who defaults to canards that lazy in his writing, I fear I have to side with Oleksinski on this one

'Alyssa Rosenberg The Washington Post' - 23 News Result(s)

  • Of Course HBO Isn't Going To Remake The Finale Season Of Game Of Thrones

    Of Course HBO Isn't Going To Remake The Finale Season Of <i>Game Of Thrones</i>

    There is no way to make a piece of art satisfying to everyone. Fans were asking for the impossible.

  • Game Of Thrones Finale Review: The North, And We, Will Remember (Spoiler Alert)

    <I>Game Of Thrones</I> Finale Review: The North, And We, Will Remember (Spoiler Alert)

    A once-grandiose show, Game Of Thrones goes out on a goofy note, just like the high fantasies it once critiqued.

  • Opinion: Game of Thrones' "The Long Night" Felt Decidedly Conventional

    Opinion: <i>Game of Thrones</i>' "The Long Night" Felt Decidedly Conventional

    I love "Game of Thrones"; more than any other work of art, George R.R. Martin's novels and the television adaptation of them have defined my career as a critic. But if you asked me whether "Game of Thrones" is a genuinely great show, after "The Long Night," I'd have to answer: not today.

  • Game Of Thrones 8: The Only Way The Show Can Truly End

    <I>Game Of Thrones 8</I>: The Only Way The Show Can Truly End

    If the show wants to be true to George R.R. Martin's best ideas, there can be no happy ending.

  • The Obamas' Netflix Deal Sounds Great for the Obamas. Is It Good for Netflix?

    The Obamas' Netflix Deal Sounds Great for the Obamas. Is It Good for Netflix?

    It's a smart pairing for the Obamas, who are making their first foray into producing in an environment that's likely to give them a lot of time and space to figure out what they're doing.

  • Wonder Woman 2 Gives Director Patty Jenkins Record-Breaking Fee. But Will It Change Hollywood?

    <I>Wonder Woman 2</i> Gives Director Patty Jenkins Record-Breaking Fee. But Will It Change Hollywood?

    The first benchmark that's useful to extract from Jenkins' Wonder Woman contract is monetary: Her deal apparently makes her the highest-paid female director ever and sets a new mark that other women will be able to use in comparable situations

  • Game Of Thrones: Women Become Leading Contestants For The Iron Throne

    <i>Game Of Thrones</i>: Women Become Leading Contestants For The Iron Throne

    As Game of Thrones has entered its third act, its female characters have moved from the margins to become leading contestants for the Iron Throne

  • How Priyanka Chopra's Baywatch Could Have Been A Funnier Movie

    How Priyanka Chopra's <i>Baywatch</i> Could Have Been A Funnier Movie

    There was a solid opportunity for Baywatch to tee up on a particularly bogus attempt to rebrand feminism. Focusing Victoria's plot more sharply on her conviction that smuggling drugs, privatizing a public beach and murdering people are all feminist acts would have been funnier than her bland vamping

  • Opinion: The Case For Ivanka Trump As First Lady

    Opinion: The Case For Ivanka Trump As First Lady

    It's a measure of just how hilariously awful Donald Trump's choices to fill his administration have been so far that when the idea began to circulate last week that his daughter Ivanka Trump might end up serving as his de facto first lady.

  • Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie Divorce And The 'Marriage of Equals' Fantasy

    Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie Divorce And The 'Marriage of Equals' Fantasy

    A divorce like Brangelina's is both the end of a pleasant dream, and in the end, a bit reassuring: If folks like that can't make it work, maybe we're relieved of the obligation to strive for perfection in our marriages

  • How Game of Thrones Finally Fulfilled Its Dark Feminist Promise

    How Game of Thrones Finally Fulfilled Its Dark Feminist Promise

    This is the year that Game of Thrones most fully realized its ambitions to explore what it means to survive rape, forced marriage and other aspects of patriarchy and slavery. Women rose to power on Game of Thrones, but at a great and terrible cost that illustrated how little power individuals have over the systems

  • Opinion: 47 Years Ago, Hillary Clinton's Practice Nomination Speech

    Opinion: 47 Years Ago, Hillary Clinton's Practice Nomination Speech

    Almost half a century ago, when Hillary Rodham became the first student to speak at a Wellesley College commencement, she dismissed, 1969-style, the tired cliche of politics as the art of the possible. "The challenge now," Rodham said, channeling what students graduating this spring might describe as her inner Bernie Sanders, "is to practice politi...

  • Dwayne Johnson For POTUS. Could The Rock Win The White House?

    Dwayne Johnson For POTUS. Could The Rock Win The White House?

    "I'll be honest, I haven't ruled politics out. I'm not being coy when I say that, but at the moment I am not sure. I can't deny that the thought of being governor, the thought of being president, is alluring. And beyond that, it would be an opportunity to make a real impact on people's lives on a global scale"

  • What Will it Take For Hollywood to Drop Famous, Dangerous Men?

    What Will it Take For Hollywood to Drop Famous, Dangerous Men?

    Heard's decision first to not go to the police and then to give a statement is one of the best illustrations of why actually getting these men to trial would be good not only for the larger causes of justice, but also for an industry that has flailed and failed in response to serious allegations against famous men

  • Priyanka Chopra? Gillian Anderson? No, a Woman Shouldn't Play James Bond

    Priyanka Chopra? Gillian Anderson? No, a Woman Shouldn't Play James Bond

    As much as I am all for the idea that women should have equal shots at playing characters who have traditionally been played by men for no particularly good reason, and as loath as I am to agree with someone who defaults to canards that lazy in his writing, I fear I have to side with Oleksinski on this one

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