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TIFF 6ix: Essential Links for the Week of April 10, 2016
TIFF 6IX: girlfriends over-the-edge edition
#1 It’s been 25 years since the release of Thelma and Louise. Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon reflect on feminism and Hollywood a quarter century after the release of their groundbreaking film. “The movie is a love story of women. It's very romantic. When the film came out, there were men, strangely enough, who wrote me letters that said, "Thelma & Louise got me to leave my small town." Don't dream it, be it.
#2 Time Warp: Man Finds Vintage Polaroids From The Set Of Rocky Horror On NYC Subway, but luckily the image of Frank-N-Furter in that corset never gets old.
#3 Continuing the troubling trend of whitewashing in Hollywood: Scarlett Johansson as Major Motoko Kusanagi in Ghost in the Shell.
#4 Cannes announced its 2016 lineup. See who is headed to the south of France for some rosé and competition.
#5 Good news Millennials! AMC Entertainment CEO announces he is “open” to allowing texting in some theatres.
#6 This week in surprising sequel news: James Cameron is actually making FOUR Avatar sequels. He'd also like you to know: he sees you, and you're welcome.