It may seem that the industry has changed for the better, but fewer minorities and women directed movies in 2022. Coupled with this year's disappointing snub of Black women at the Oscars, it’s pretty obvious that Hollywood still has a long way to go.
Sam Levinson’s upcoming show The Idol touts itself as “the sleaziest love story in all of Hollywood”. But in the year of Blonde, Pam & Tommy and a post-Roe United States, any story that claims to be the pinnacle of sleaze faces stiff – no pun intended – competition.
From Ansel Elgort to Armie Hammer, the advent of #MeToo and social media has seen a slew of actors be "cancelled". But with leading roles in blockbusters like West Side Story and Death On The Nile, studios are left to pick up the pieces. THE FACE speaks to industry insiders to find out how they're mediating the impact.