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Dorothy Pomerantz


Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Dorothy:

23andMe had bad news about my health. I wish a person had delivered it

I thought it would fun to have my DNA analyzed, so I sent my spit to 23andMe. It told me I was at very high risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer. → Read More

'Fantastic Four' Is Disney's Nightmare

Media stocks are fragile and movie goers are unpredictable. A Marvel flop at Disney would really hurt. → Read More

Women Still Ridiculously Underrepresented In Movies

Hollywood really needs to do better. → Read More

Universal Is Killing It This Year Thanks To Minions, Dinosaurs And Fast Cars

The studio goes its own way with home-grown franchises. → Read More

'Star Wars' Brings The Funny With A Han Solo Movie From Chris Miller and Phil Lord

The directing duo is best known for movies like '21 Jump Street' and 'The Lego Movie.' → Read More

NBC Dumps Trump

The network will no longer show his beauty pageants. → Read More

Despite Weak Box Office For "Entourage," HBO Should Make More Movies

By working with Warner Bros., HBO could create a steady stream of mid-budget films. → Read More

'Pitch Perfect 2' Kicks Off A High-Stakes Summer For Female Movies

If the slew of female-cetric comedies do well this summer, it will be that much harder for executive to deny the power of women at the box office. → Read More

'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' Is On The Road To Setting A Dangerous Precedent

If $1 billion becomes the norm for blockbusters, we're all in trouble. → Read More

What The Hell Is Verizon Thinking?

The telecom company was bound to upset ESPN with its new slim-bundle offering. → Read More

Comcast-Time Warner Cable Deal Appears To Be Dead

Comcast will reportedly withdraw its proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable. → Read More

Maybe Comcast Doesn't Really Need Time Warner Anyway

The cable giant might be better off focusing growth on broadband instead of trying to acquire all of Time Warner's customers. → Read More

Why It Matters That A Woman Is Still Directing 'Wonder Woman'

And why she should be allowed to fail. → Read More

Why An R-Rated 'Deadpool' Would Be Smart Business

An R rating will keep 'Deadpool' true to his roots and set the movie apart from other superhero films. → Read More

Are You Willing To Pay $36 Per Month For ESPN?

An a la carte world probably won't make good economic sense. → Read More

Tom Cruise Needs 'Mission: Impossible' More Than 'Mission: Impossible' Needs Him

The 'Mission: Impossible' films are the only thing maintaining Cruise's status as one of the top movie stars in Hollywood. But it's hard not to wonder how a different actor might breath new life into the almost 20-year-old franchise. → Read More

Will An Apple Web TV Service Be The Tipping Point For Cord Cutting?

The unbundled world is not going to come cheap. → Read More

'Frozen 2' Is In The Works

The first movie didn't seem to leave a lot for a sequel but that hasn't stopped Disney from launching yet another franchise. → Read More

How Capitalism Can Help Fix Hollywood's Lady Problem

"The Last Man On Earth" underscores how for male writers and directors, female characters all too often only exist in the context of the male lead. → Read More

With 'Inspector Gadget' Remake, Netflix Is Going All In On Kids Shows

Netflix is working hard to earn the loyalty of its youngest viewers and, by proxy, their parents. → Read More