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Ministries Can Do Better Than Inclusion-Rider Diversity

Rather than wait for outside demands, faith-based organizations should proactively pursue representation as part of their mission. Once Oscar winner Frances McDormand ended her acceptance speech with the two words “inclusion rider,”Show More Summary

Matt Damon, Ben Affleck join Hollywood stars in adopting inclusion riders

It all started at the Oscars, when Frances McDormand challenged her colleagues to demand diversity on- and off-screen in their contracts.        

Paul Feig, Matt Damon, and Ben Affleck adopt inclusion riders, Netflix not so much

At the Oscars earlier this month, Frances McDormand ended her Best Actress acceptance speech with the words “inclusion rider,” instructing her colleagues in Hollywood to demand that their future contracts specifically call for gender-balanced creative times or more equal pay. Sho Read more...

Matt Damon, Ben Affleck's Production Company to Adopt Inclusion Rider

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Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have heard Frances McDormand's call to action. At the Oscars, the Best Actress winner made headlines (and got a lot of people Googling) when she ended her acceptance speech with two words: "inclusion rider."...Show More Summary

Frances McDormand's Oscars speech is a rally cry for women

After winning the best actress Oscar for her performance in 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,' Frances McDormand took to the stage to support women and call for equality.        

Oscars 2018: 'The Shape of Water' wins best picture at the Academy Awards

Frances McDormand gets best actress, Gary Oldman named best actor, and Allison Janney and Sam Rockwell take supporting honors.        

Michael B. Jordan Vows To Adopt Inclusion Rider For His Production Company’s Projects

Days after “inclusion rider” was trending in the wake of Frances McDormand’s impassioned Oscars speech, Michael B. Jordan has made a promise. The Black Panther and Creed actor said in an Instagram post today that he will include inclusion riders for all projects made by his production company. “In support of the women & men who are leading this fight, I…

Inclusion Rider: Backstage at the 90th Academy Awards

If any single person at the 90th Academy Awards qualifies as a force of nature, it is assuredly Frances McDormand. The star of Martin McDonagh’s “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” spent the entire awards season relishing in the freedom of being unapologetically herself, and her spirit was infectious. Show More Summary

Man pleads not guilty to stealing Frances McDormand’s Oscar prize

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The man accused of stealing Frances McDormand’s Oscar trophy pleaded not guilty Wednesday and will fight the felony charge.

Inclusion rider could make Hollywood more diverse, advocates say

“I have two words to leave with you tonight, ladies and gentlemen: inclusion rider.” With that cryptic salvo from the stage at Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony, lead actress winner Frances McDormand sent much of Hollywood frantically Googling and speed-dialing their attorneys to figure out what...

Frances McDormand's stolen Oscar and a special appearance by Drake highlight the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscars party

"This is my posse," Frances McDormand said as she approached the hulking security men guarding the entrance to the Vanity Fair Oscar party Sunday night. The guards waved the freshly minted Oscar winner and her crew into the bash at the Wallis Center for Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, and as...

The curious case of Frances McDormand's lost and found Oscar and more post-show party scenes

“That's my baby boy!” Frances McDormand gushed while clutching her Oscar inside the Governors Ball after her win at the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday. The actress was talking about her son, Pedro, but McDormand would soon be searching for her newest baby boy — her lead actress Oscar for her performance...

Frances McDormand's Oscar Thief Was Arrested

Police arrested 47-year-old Terry Bryant after he stole the Oscar belonging to Frances McDormand at the Governor's Ball.

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Someone Tried to Steal Frances McDormand's Oscar

Someone swiped Frances McDormand's Oscar statuette right off her table at the Governor's Ball Sunday night, and police say the alleged thief has been arrested. A photo of the alleged Oscar-napper circulated on social media Sunday night; according to Cara Buckley of the New York Times, a photographer managed to...

Accused Oscar Thief's Spiritual Adviser Says His Story Reflects Society

The man accused of stealing Frances McDormand's Oscar has quite the support system -- including his rabbi, who says the arrest is more about society than a guy allegedly making off with someone's trophy. Terry Bryant's arraignment was postponed…

The case of Frances McDormand's Oscar: Grand theft or publicity stunt gone too far?

Was the great Oscar caper of 2018 actually just a stunt from a publicity-seeking celebrity wannabe? That was the question as Terry Bryant faced his first court hearing after picking up Frances McDormand’s Oscar statuette at the Governors Ball after the Academy Awards and mugging to the cameras...

Accused Oscar thief Terry Bryant charged with felony grand theft

A Los Angeles man accused of stealing Frances McDormand’s Oscar and bragging about the prize in a Facebook video is facing a felony grand theft charge, officials said Tuesday. Prosecutors charged Terry Bryant with a single felony count for taking the bronze statuette because it is worth more than...

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