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Annenberg School stats on LGBT representation

Here Are the Stats in the Latest, Saddest Hollywood Lack-of-Diversity Study

Blockbuster Movies with Male Leads Earn More Than Those with Female Leads

One of the more interesting revelations discovered during the 2014 Sony Pictures Entertainment hack was that actresses Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams made l.

Blockbuster Movies with Male Leads Earn More Than Those with Female Leads

One of the more interesting revelations discovered during the 2014 Sony Pictures Entertainment hack was that actresses Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams made l.

Blockbuster Movies with Male Leads Earn More Than Those with Female Leads

One of the more interesting revelations discovered during the 2014 Sony Pictures Entertainment hack was that actresses Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams made l.

Which films recouped the most of their budget? Which divided audiences? Split the critics? Slice & dice the data on over 1000 major movies with this beautiful visual explorer.

Visualization explorer for every major film Very addictive data visualisation tool.

Women only said 27% of the words in 2016’s biggest movies.

Movie trailers in 2016 promised viewers so many strong female characters. I felt like this could be the year for gender equality in Hollywood’s…

Overview of Findings | GLAAD

Of the 126 releases GLAAD counted from the major studios in 22 contained characters identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender.

Diverse Casts Deliver Higher Ratings, Bigger Box Office: Study (Exclusive) | Hollywood Reporter

Audiences want more ethnic representation, a new UCLA study shows, with agencies, studios and networks lagging behind, entrenched in "an industry culture that routinely devalues the talent of minorities and women.

Diversity Sells — But Hollywood Remains Overwhelmingly White, Male

Women and minorities continue to be under-represented on TV and in film, both behind and in front of the camera, according to a new study — even though diverse films and shows make more money.

A new report out of USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism reveals striking data about minorities in Hollywood.

A new report out of USC& Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism reveals striking data about minorities in Hollywood.