Diane Keaton's Stillborn Feminist ShowQuicklink submitted by Amanda Lang Permalink
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|I was sorry that Diane Keaton's show Tilda, in which she was set to play a Nikki Finke-like blogger terrorizing Hollywood, never went forward at HBO, and now that I'm watching Entourage, I'm even more sorry that we're not getting an insider-y looking entertainment industry story from a woman's perspective. But I regret even more that this show, written by Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Marti Noxon, where Keaton was supposed to play 'an old-guard feminist leader who tries to give new spark to the cause by starting a sexually frank women's magazine,' never happened. It would have been the most explicitly feminist show since Maude, right? And even more so since it's about doing the work of feminism, not simply living by and advocating its tenets.|
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