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  • Yahoo
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Recent articles by Marina:

'The White Lotus' Is A Stale Entry In The 'Shows About Rich White People Problems' Genre

The HBO limited series is the latest in the plentiful well of shows about the absurdities and follies of the uber-wealthy and privileged. → Read More

Netflix’s Naomi Osaka Docuseries Couldn’t Be More Timely

The documentary follows the tennis star through a period of enormous transformation and finding her voice. → Read More

The Snubs And Surprises Of The 2021 Emmy Nominations

We're scratching our heads at "Emily in Paris," while delighted for "PEN15." → Read More

‘This Way Up’ Star Aisling Bea On Making A Comedy About Loneliness Amid The Pandemic

The Hulu series, back for Season 2, resists unrealistic movie and TV clichés about mental health. → Read More

LGBTQ Film And TV Writers To Hollywood: 'Dig Deeper And Do Better' On Representation

Nearly half of queer writers said “they have hidden their identity — or felt compelled to do so — in an industry environment” in a recent survey. → Read More

New Yorker Workers Hold Significant Leverage In Strike Threat: A Weekly Print Product

Top editors could be forced to halt production of the million-circulation magazine in the event of a work stoppage, rather than try to put out scab issues. → Read More

‘Hacks’ Fits Perfectly Into This Moment Of Reevaluating Women Who've Been Misunderstood

Jean Smart’s character in the HBO Max series channels many real-life, unfairly maligned women. → Read More

'Kim's Convenience' Star Simu Liu Gets Candid About The Show's Abrupt Cancellation

The beloved Canadian sitcom’s fifth and final season premiered on Netflix this week. → Read More

What Jon M. Chu Learned From ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ To Maximize The Power Of ‘In the Heights’

The director talks about getting the long-awaited adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes’ Tony-winning musical into theaters. → Read More

'Mare of Easttown' Brings Up Conflicting Feelings About Cop Shows

The HBO series, which aired its final episode Sunday, does a lot to elevate and complicate the standard cop show — but ultimately it's still a cop show. → Read More

'Grey's Anatomy,' 'In Treatment' And Pandemic-Related TV Are Exhausting But Necessary

On shows like "Grey's Anatomy" and "In Treatment," it would have been a disservice to ignore reality and to tell audiences it's OK to look away. → Read More

For Asian American Women, Racism And Misogyny Have Always Been Intertwined

A new report lays out how AAPI women have experienced the toxic combination of racism and misogyny throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Hollywood Movies Continue To Perpetuate Harmful Asian Stereotypes

In a time when anti-Asian racism is surging, a new study breaks down how often popular movies depict “violence, death, and disparagement” of API characters. → Read More

The Creators Of The Inclusion Rider Want All Of Hollywood To Get On Board

Three years after Frances McDormand gave inclusion riders a big spotlight, its creators want more studios and companies to commit to diversity in hiring. → Read More

In Just One Month, Advocates Collected Nearly 3,000 More Reports Of Anti-Asian Racism

The rise in racism against Asian Americans has launched a vicious cycle of new incidents and increased awareness and documentation of them. → Read More

How Underrepresented TV Writers Have Faced More Inequities During The Pandemic

A new survey of underrepresented TV writers found that last summer’s racial reckoning may have led to more opportunities — but not necessarily better ones. → Read More

The 2021 Oscars Will Almost Certainly Be The Lowest-Rated Oscars Ever — And That’s OK

The 93rd Academy Awards are finally here, ending the longest, strangest awards season in recent history. → Read More

Hollywood Is Leaving Money On The Table By Not Prioritizing Diversity, New Study Shows

Movies with more diverse casts consistently earned more at the box office and generated bigger streaming audiences in 2020. → Read More

Hollywood's Diversity Efforts Can't Ignore Disability, Advocates Say In Open Letter

Among the letter's more than 80 signatories include actors Amy Poehler, Naomie Harris, Heather Matarazzo and Janina Gavankar. → Read More

‘Who Killed Vincent Chin?’ And How Media Depictions Of Asians Have Changed (Or Not)

Christine Choy and Renee Tajima-Peña directed the Oscar-nominated 1989 film about Chin's murder, a turning point for Asian American civil rights activism. → Read More