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Elizabeth Banks made something of a serendipitous gaff this past Tuesday at the Women In Film Crystal + Lucy Awards. The Pitch Perfect actress received an award “for excellence in features,” and used her acceptance speech to call out director Steven Spielberg for his lack of films starring leading ladies. Show More Summary
In discussing Elizabeth Banks' criticism of Steven Spielberg, some white feminism blind spots became clear.
What was supposed to be an empowering speech about women in film ended up majorly backfiring for Elizabeth Banks. The Pitch Perfect 2 director was the recipient of the Excellence in Film Award at the annual Crystal + Lucy Awards in LA...Show More Summary
Banks admits she ‘messed up’, but the discussion is far from over
Actress and director Elizabeth Banks offered a long apology to Steven Spielberg after taking heat for comments she made Tuesday night at the Women In Film Crystal + Lucy Awards. Banks, who was honored with the Crystal Award for excellence...
The June 13 awards show celebrated Tracee Ellis Ross, Zoey Deutch, Elizabeth Banks, Mira Nair, Dan Rather and others.
At the most, this seems like a slightly misinformed, spa-judgment statement made about the biggest and most influential filmmaker of the modern tentpole error. Does Banks wish she could take it all back? Yeah, she likely does.
Actress and director Elizabeth Banks took to Twitter yesterday to apologize to director Steven Spielberg after she mistakenly called him out for "never" having directed a movie with a female lead. Because it's not true. While accepting...Show More Summary
The 2017 Crystal + Lucy Awards were handed out this week, with two of the top awards going to Elizabeth Banks, recipient of the Crystal Award for excellence in film, and Tracee Ellis Ross, who was honored with the Lucy...
Elizabeth Banks tweeted out an apology yesterday after she neglected to mention "The Color Purple" when she stated at the Women in Film awards that Steven Spielberg had never directed a movie with a female lead. She was royally roasted...Show More Summary
With “Wonder Woman” still lording over everything and everyone else at the box office, the timing could not have been more perfect for Women In Film’s 2017 Crystal + Lucy Awards, which honor femmes in filmmaking and television. But the...
While accepting an award at the Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards on Wednesday night, actress and director Elizabeth Banks (Pitch Perfect 2) put director Steven Spielberg on blast in a big way for the lack of female lead characters that have appeared in his films over the years. Show More Summary
Earlier this week, actress and director Elizabeth Banks took an opportunity to call out Steven Spielberg for his lack of women-led movies, blasting the prolific director from the podium at the Women in Film’s Crystal + Lucy Awards. “And by the way, he’s never made a movie with a female lead,” Banks said at the time. Show More Summary
Is it too late for Elizabeth Banks to say she's sorry?? As we reported, on Tuesday, the Pitch Perfect star gave a speech at the Women in Film Los Angeles' Crystal + Lucy Awards where she mistakenly said Steven Spielberg "never made a movie with a female lead." Related: Tinashe Clarifies Colorism Comments! Of course, this isn't true. [...]
During her acceptance speech for an award in excellence in feature directing, Elizabeth Banks called out Steven Spielberg for what she sees as poor allyship. People are criticizing her for getting a fact wrong, at the expense of her larger message.
Elizabeth Banks was slammed by people on social media this week after she forgot that Steven Spielberg directed the iconic film The Color Purple while slamming him for not featuring female leads in his movies. The 43-year-old actress and director was accepting Women in Film’s Excellence in Film award on Tuesday (June 13) when she [...]
After taking a beating on social media, Banks released a statement this afternoon acknowledging she screwed up and that she didn't intend to dismiss the important and culturally iconic film.
When Elizabeth Banks called out Steven Spielberg for not directing any films with female leads, she forgot about 'The Color Purple.'
It’s a significant film, but it doesn’t negate Elizabeth Banks’ point. Read more...