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We really enjoyed this recent photo/video shoot of Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon reminiscing the production of Thelma & Louise nearly 25 years ago. They share some fun details like how hard it was for Geena to concentrate after seeing Brad Pitt’s abs wetted down to simulate sweat. We can only imagine…
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Question: Who made Geena Davis forget that George Clooney had auditioned for the part of Geena’s sexy cowboy one-night-stand? Answer: Brad Pitt. This realization came to light years later when George and Geena sat next to each other on a flight. The article at Contactmusic.com reports George confessed his jealousy over Brad winning the Sexy Cowboy role...
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Geena Davis: On a mission to change Hollywood. To most people, Geena Davis is a beautiful, elegant, talented actress. Few know that she is also a genius (her IQ is in the top 2% worldwide). And fewer still know of the organization she founded in 2007: The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. The...
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Quote from a newspaper: It seems like every couple of months we're hit with another rumor that producers are looking to remake Thelma & Louise. That doesn't sit well with Geena Davis. "Leave it the hell alone," Davis told me.
According to this recent article on eonline.com, Geena Davis is outspoken about her views on the remake subject. Her opinion is that the movie should be left alone. We agree. How can you improve on perfection? So many remakes have been successful at one thing…to alienate fans of the original movie. Why not just watch the...
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The Urban Dictionary, Wikipedia and Google Not a day goes by that somewhere around the world, Thelma & Louise is mentioned in the press. Simply Google those names and you will find thousands upon thousands of references. The verb, ‘Thelma & Louise-ing’ can even be found in the Urban Dictionary along with hashtags like: #tight girl friends...
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  The Institute on Gender In Media works to engage and educate the entertainment industry on ways to reduce gender disparity and create more accurate gender roles in film and television. Director of Catching Sight of Thelma & Louise, Jennifer Townsend, spent time with Geena during a gathering to promote Geena’s Institute on Gender in Media. Click...
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