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Her portrayal of Marina in “A Fantastic Woman”, a transgender woman who faces discrimination and rejection from the deceased’s family before the death of her partner, has put Hollywood at her feet

The best and worst dressed of the Oscars 2018

Emma Stone stepped out of the conventional long dress to attend the Oscar ceremony and opted for black pants and a silk jacket, which has made her the most beautiful and best-dressed actress at the Oscars

Cruz assumed that he was surprised to receive an award for his career at only 43 years old: “I don’t fully understand it, I’m surprised that they chose me”

Jennifer Lawrence becomes a sexy spy in Operation Red Sparrow

The film revolves around a young woman recruited against her will by a Russian espionage program that trains her to become a deadly secret agent.

The actresses who compete to win the Oscar

Frances McDormand (Three ads for a crime) has monopolized the awards for best actress this year, but to win what would be her second Oscar, she will have to defeat Saoirse Ronan, Meryl Streep, Margot Robbie and Sally Hawkins on Sunday

Alicia Vikander in love with the role of Lara Croft

The Swedish actress takes over from Angelina Jolie in the role of action heroine Lara Croft, who adapts to the new times by showing her “more vulnerable” side and a less obvious sexuality

Lupita Nyong'o will bring the memoirs of presenter Trevor Noah to the cinema

The Kenyan actress born in Mexico is going to bring to the cinema “Born a Crime”, the memories of childhood in the South African apartheid era of the presenter and comedian Trevor Noah

Mexican actress Karla Souza denounces that she was raped by a director

Karla Souza denounced having been sexually harassed and raped at the beginning of her career by a film director in an interview with the television network CNN in Spanish

Emma Watson donates $1.4 million to anti-bullying fund

“In the very recent past, we lived in a world where sexual harassment was an awkward joke, a difficult and unavoidable part of being a girl or a woman,” say some 200 women, including actresses.

“It has become a taboo, no one can touch anyone else. It is a deficit of our society that we move away from physical contact”, lamented the veteran actress Hanna Schygulla who acts as a nun in the French film “La Prire”.