The movie industry has always been a man’s world, with women being almost always relegated to supporting roles or roles where they’re expected to be a little more dominant than their male counterparts.
In an industry that’s still dominated by men, there’s a very good chance that you’ll find yourself on the receiving end of a man-bashing flick.
But that hasn’t stopped women from finding themselves onscreen in more prominent roles in recent years.
In fact, according to new data from IMDb, more than a quarter of the movie characters on the site were women, with the average age of a female character being 31.
And those numbers are rising, with only 10% of movie characters in the past decade being women.
There are a few things to consider when it comes to what women can do as stars in film.
They have a better chance of being nominated for an Oscar than men, and that means that their films get more exposure, which is a plus in my book.
But there are also some things that they may not get a chance to showcase as much.
Let’s start with a few of the big ones.
Starring in one of the biggest movies of the year, the female-led film Thunderball, star Julia Roberts got to star in her first major film role when she was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar nomination for her portrayal of mother-daughter bond in Thunderball.
Roberts and director Dan Gilroy were both nominated for the film, which stars Michael B. Jordan, Kristen Wiig, and Jennifer Garner, who plays an aging mother-of-three who tries to keep her son’s business afloat.
But the film is far from a typical Hollywood blockbuster.
In the first half of the film’s running time, we see the mother-and-daughter relationship as a father-daughter affair.
We see Jordan, Wiig and Garner playing their characters with a maturity that would’ve been absent from the earlier parts of the narrative.
The film is also set in the 1950s, and as we can see in the poster below, the film takes place in the 1930s, which, while not entirely new, is the decade that women were still working to become fully-fledged citizens of the United States.
In the third half of Thunderball’s running length, the movie takes place as a contemporary day.
That’s because, despite being set in 1950s America, Thunderball is a modern movie, with some modern elements to it.
This is also where the story of a young man named Thunderball becomes a major focus of the story.
We get to see a young boy named Thunder, who goes on a quest to find his mother, and then learn about the trials and tribulations of the human race.
Thunderball is actually the fourth film in the Thunderball series, following Thunderball 2: The Return and Thunderball 3: The Battle of St. Louis.
The fourth film has been released on home video since 2013, and the fourth sequel was released in 2018.
Thunderballs first film also featured a female lead, who had a minor role in the film.
But that’s not the only difference between the film and its sequels.
In addition to a female protagonist, the first film is set in modern-day Chicago, while the second film has the city of Chicago.
And although there’s no mention of the city in the films trailer, it’s mentioned in the credits.
The Thunderball franchise has been on the rise in recent decades.
The first film debuted in 1994 and became a huge hit.
It grossed $1.3 billion at the box office and helped propel the careers of other leading female actors.
In 1997, the franchise became the biggest movie franchise of all time, grossing more than $200 million.
It’s not just female stars that are being used to make movies, but also women of color.
The movie series has always had an amazing diversity of roles for women, and a lot of that has been achieved through casting and directors who are not only from the world of acting but also from the worlds of entertainment and film.
For example, in the second movie in the franchise, a Black woman named Lola is played by Latisha Figg, and she’s not only one of Hollywood’s most iconic characters, but she’s also a leading lady in her own right.
In Thunderball: Thunderball Fever, she’s a leading female actress, played by Toni Collette.
In Thunderball and Thunderballs, it looks like Figg is getting more of a starring role in Thunderballs sequels.
When she’s seen in the trailer for Thunderball 4: The First Shot, it seems that she’s going to have a more prominent role in that film.
She’s also played by Lupita Nyong’o, who was nominated in Best Supporting Actress for her role as Lola in Thunderbolts.
In other words, there are plenty