Does it get any better than Jessica Chastain and Barbra Streisand?
Over the past month, Jessica and Barbra have joined other actresses in Hollywood speaking out on sexism in the industry and what it means to be a powerful woman in a male dominated world. Both of the ladies gave eloquent analyses on the topic and offered words of wisdom for their successors.
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Chastain, who is currently working on the film The Zookeeper's Wife, expressed her excitement over collaborating with more women than usual, saying:
"We're not even 50 percent of the crew – we're probably something like 20 percent women and 80 percent men – but it's way more than I've ever worked with on a film before. Usually on a movie it would be me and maybe two or three other women, even though there are 100 people there. It's crazy. I loved making the movie Lawless – it was a very masculine story about three brothers – but when Mia Wasikowska showed up on the set, I ran into her trailer and yelled, 'It's a girl!' I was so happy."
Woah, we can't believe Jess is usually on set with just two or three other women! Insane!
The beauty added:
Good for you, Janet Jackson!
The superstar singer has made Billboard history this week after earning herself the top spot on the company's Billboard 200 albums chart with her new work Unbreakable.
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And unbreakable really is the theme for Jackson, here; now that she's graced the top spot in 2015, that makes her just the third musical artist ever to achieve
We love to marvel at Bradley Cooper on the big screen, but now he's stepping BEHIND the camera as a director!
The American Sniper star is in talks to make his directorial debut with a remake of the musical A Star Is Born!
This would mark the third remake of the 1937 movie that followed an alcoholic movie star who helps an aspiring young actress find fame.
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The 1954 retelling starred Judy Garland and James Mason. The second 1976 remake starred
It's that time of year!
Michael Buble's Christmas in New York special on NBC!
Wednesday night, Michael was joined by Ariana Grande, Barbra Streisand, and even Miss Piggy.
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But it was definitely Michael's rendition of Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) that won the night!
Ch-ch-check out Michael's opening number (above)!!!
We'd be in awe too!
Barbra Streisand is trying to raise awareness of the importance of heart health in women, which is why she started the Barbra Streisand Women's Heart Center at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center!
And it's why she was on The Dr. Oz Show last Tuesday!
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The entertainer held two actual hearts in her hands, one that was healthy and one that wasn't.
The difference was incredible, and Barbra talked about how it only made her mission more important!
But honestly, what a weird thing to have someone do on a talk show!
Ch-ch-check it out (above) and see what you think.
No wonder Lea Michele idolizes her…
Barbra Streisand is QUEEN!
The icon's newly released Partners album debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart this week, making this music legend the first act to ever achieve the top slot in each of the last six decades…