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Action movie star Milla Jovovich took to social media on Saturday morning to urge others to join the morning's march in downtown Los Angeles: "Bring water, wear green and come support a movement that really should not need to be happening in this day and age."

"I can't work in Texas anymore," said "Abbott Elementary" star Lisa Ann Walter, who stated that she is working with SAG-AFTRA to inform members of the reproductive health laws in each state. "We won’t quit until women are guaranteed autonomy all over this country."
“The fight for safe and legal abortion is the fight of our lifetime and women are ready to rise up and challenge the Supreme Court. The future of reproductive rights is in our hands and we will fight to save Roe V Wade state by state to ensure women’s rights are protected,” said Emiliana Guereca, co-executive director and co-founder of the Women’s March Foundation.

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"Top Chef" host Padma Lakshmi shared photos of herself with Laura Dern and Christy Burns at New York City's rally, holding a sign that says "No Uterus No Opinion."
The rallies were organized by organizations including Planned Parenthood and the Women's March Foundation, which brought millions of protestors to the streets around the world after the election of Donald Trump.
Allred spoke about her experience of having an illegal abortion in California in the 1960s before Roe v. The attorney said she almost died from an infection. Wade.
Thousands of people turned out for the Los Angeles event in front of City Hall, while more than 380 rallies were planned across the United States.
"Abortion is essential healthcare," Lake said at the rally.
"Every woman, every family deserves the right to their own body.” "We all share one thing in common, and that is that we are enraged," actress Connie Britton said.

On Friday, Planned Parenthood took a full-page ad in the New York Times signed by artists including Camila Cabello, Selena Gomez and Olivia Rodrigo, saying "We Will Not Back Down."
41 states have introduced anti-abortion restrictions in 2022. Legislatures in conservative states are already passing restrictions to block access to legal abortions.
Speakers including Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti, mayoral candidate and congressperson Karen Bass, attorney Gloria Allred and actors including Ricki Lake and Christine Lahti urged people to fight for reproductive freedom at the "Bans Off Our Bodies" rally in downtown Los Angeles Saturday.
Organizers want to get across the message that a majority of Americans support Roe v Wade. Wade by the Supreme Court, which could see up to 36 million people across the country lose access to abortion. The rally was part of a nationwide effort to protest the expected overturning of Roe v.

"You get to explore [the characters] and the consequences on a deeper level," said Kidman of the decision to continue after the climactic finale, which coincided with the end of Liane Moriarty's novel and was originally meant to end the series. "You see their lives unfold in a much deeper way."
“I am of a generation that waited to be asked to dance," Streep said, "but I’m so admiring of you for getting out in front of stuff, for being on the balls of your feet, for seeking out material.” In that respect, Streep continually emphasized her appreciation for Witherspoon and Kidman banding together to get "Big Little Lies" made in the first place.
(Co-stars Shailene Woodley and Zoe Kravitz were unable to attend, but Witherspoon enthused about Kravitz's character getting to explore her relationship with her mother, played by Crystal Fox, while Streep gushed that "Shailene is just a miracle in this.") In a conversation moderated by “Vanity Fair” editor-in-chief Radhika Jones, Streep joined stars Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, and Laura Dern hours before their season 2 premiere to discuss their experiences with the celebrated HBO drama and why they were so determined to bring it back.
Another big part of the decision to return was the huge reaction the show received. “The year at the Golden Globes when Oprah gave that incredible speech…and we were able to go up there and talk about this show was truly one of the greatest moments of my life and career," Witherspoon said. Plus, as they all agreed, "Big Little Lies" represented a rare treat in their careers when they got to collaborate with many women rather than be the sole female voice on set; the fact that they even get along well enough to have an ongoing group chat is a bonus. (While they wouldn't reveal the content of their conversations, Kidman at least allowed that she's the most enthusiastic emoji user, while Witherspoon said that she "likes a gif.")
After playing her character Celeste, who was abused by her husband (Alexander Skarsgaard), Kidman says she has become much more aware of the realities of domestic violence and was "suddenly able to hear the stories and be a voice for a lot of those stories." Still, she didn't want Celeste to get past her trauma too quickly in the second season. The cast also discussed the impact of how the series tackled domestic violence, a purposeful turn given that the Wing talk was presented in partnership The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV). "You're going to see her navigating that path." "I was adamant that she wasn't a superhero," Kidman said.
[But] 'Big Little Lies' crossed over. They could feel what you felt. That’s an amazing gift to humanity."” /> "The hardest thing is getting men to watch a story where they put themselves in the bodies of protagonists who are female," Streep continued. "It’s almost an impenetrable act of imagination for any men.
When asked to join a second season of “Big Little Lies,” Meryl Streep didn’t hesitate.
Above all, everyone agreed, the best part about making a second season of "Big Little Lies" was the opportunity to dig deeper into the lives of (as Streep put it) "very complicated, flawed, hysterically funny but tragic women." 
“The first season was the greatest thing on television.” “[My agents] asked me, ‘don’t you want to read it?’ And I said no,” the actor laughed, sitting alongside her co-stars Wednesday at the Wing Soho in New York City.
We all want authentic stories.” Still, Dern admitted that the wide reach of "Big Little Lies" surprised her. "Because men loved the show! "In my narrow-minded perception, and perhaps cellular perception that comes with some sexism, I thought, ‘well, women will watch the show.’ Which is not okay!" she exclaimed. Frat boys love the show, teenagers loved the show.
"For all of our lives as little girls, we grew up reading all the books that had male protagonists…we spent all our lives living through [them]," Streep said (adding later that she never wanted to be "Wendy or Tink….I wanted to be Peter Pan!").

“Godless”- Ellen Lewis, Jo Edna Boldin (Location Casting), Rene Haynes
(Native American Casting), Helen Geier (Location Casting), Kate Sprance
"BlacKkKlansman" – Kim Taylor-Coleman
“Queer Eye” – Gretchen Palek, Danielle Gervais, Ally Capriotti Grant, Beyhan
"Henry IV" – Tracy Lilienfield, Emily Towler (Associate)
Paris (Location Casting), John Ort (Associate)
“A Series of Unfortunate Events” – David Rubin, Corinne Clark (Location
Isle of Dogs – Douglas Aibel
Former "Glee" stars Darren Criss and Amber Riley charmed the crowd with several musical numbers. Criss performed the songs he used to audition for "Glee," beginning with Rodgers and Hart's "Where or When" and transitioning into a rendition of Britney Spears' "…Baby One More Time." Riley brought the house down with a cover of "I Am Changing" from "Dreamgirls," and then she and Criss finished with a duet of "Stand by Me."
"Jesus Hopped the A Train" – David Caparelliotis, Lauren Port
"Mean Girls" – Bethany Knox
McMaster (Location Associate) (Associate), Marie A.K.
Other honorees included CSA founders Mike Fenton, Joe Reich, and Al Onorato, as well as Steven Tylor O'Connor, who was honored with the associate spotlight award.
Casting), Jennifer Page (Location Casting), Andrea Bunker (Associate)
"- Margery Simkin, Michael Donovan, Richie Ferris (Associate) "Mamma Mia!
“The Crown”- Nina Gold, Robert Sterne
“Ozark”- Alexa L. Fogel, Tara Feldstein Bennett (Location Casting), Chase
"The Lost" – Matthew Lessall
"I've literally grown up with this community of amazing artists. They really have championed my career, so to get an opportunity to pay tribute to them means a lot to me," Dern told Variety on the red carpet. "Lynn Stalmaster, who is named for the award I happen to be receiving, is the first person I ever auditioned for, and is a deep memory that really built my career in a very specific way."
Black Panther – Sarah Halley Finn, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting), Jason
"Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" – Jim Carnahan
"The Kindergarten Teacher" – Stephanie Holbrook, Henry Russell Bergstein
School Girls: Or, the African Mean Girls Play – Adam Caldwell, Will Cantler, Karyn Casl
Other presenters included Pamela Adlon, Mayim Bialik, Betsy Brandt, Michael Campion, Tony Cavallaro, John Cho, Joel Courtney, Brandon Victor Dixon, Colman Domingo, Ron Funches, Keir Gilchrist, Dohn Norwood, and Baron Vaughn.
Fogel, Tara Feldstein Bennett (Location Casting), Chase “Atlanta”- Alexa L.
And even to the point of risking their own career, I have a couple of memories of the casting director saying, 'No, I'm staying,'" Laura Dern said in her speech while accepting the Lynn Stalmaster Award for Career Achievement at the Casting Society of America's 34th annual Artios Awards held on Thursday at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. "I was in inappropriate rooms, and I was placed in hotel rooms. It is because of the casting director that I was a protected child in this industry.
At Stage 48 in New York, Tina Fey and Jeff Richmond received the Marion Dougherty New York Apple Award. In L.A., festivities were hosted by June Diane Raphael of "Grace and Frankie" and "Black Monday" star Paul Scheer. Two ceremonies took place on opposite coasts.
"Once on This Island" – Craig Burns
Ryan Murphy presented the Hoyt Bowers Award to Robert Ulrich, Eric Dawson, and Carol Kritzer.
Paterno – Ellen Chenoweth, Susanne Scheel (Associate)
"Angels in America" – Jim Carnahan
"Madeline’s Madeline" – Stephanie Holbrook
"Crazy Rich Asians" – Terri Taylor, Sarah Domeier (Associate)
"Hamilton" – Bethany Knox
"Angels in America" – Tara Rubin, Laura Schutzel, Amy Potozkin (Location
See the full list of winners below.
"Green Book" – Rick Montgomery, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting), Thomas
“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”- Jeanie Bacharach, Cindy Tolan, Anne Davison
“Relationship Status” – Meg Morman, Sunday Boling” />
Stamey (Associate), Nicholas Amick Mudd (Associate)
Sullivan (Associate)
"Vice" – Francine Maisler, Amber Wakefield (Additional Casting)
(Associate), Betsy Fippinger (Associate)
“Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert” – Bernard Telsey, Patrick Goodwin
“Rick and Morty” – Ruth Lambert, Robert McGee
Paris (Location Casting), Kathryn Zamora-Benson (Associate)
And Eric called me and said, 'Do you want me to cast the doll?' And I knew they were the ones for me," Murphy joked. I was just starting out on our second script in 'Nip Tuck' and it called for the lead Dylan Walsh to have sex with a rubber blow-up doll. God, it was 2003 I think. "I've been working since Robert and Eric since, when was it?

Milo Ventimiglia, "This Is Us"
Chrissy Metz, "This Is Us"
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Game of Thrones"
Tracee Ellis Ross, "Black-ish"
Sarah Paulson, "American Horror Story: Cult"
Jeff Daniels, "The Looming Tower"
Sean Hayes, "Will and Grace"
Michelle Dockery, "Godless"
Edgar Ramirez, "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story"
"Twin Peaks" (Showtime)
"The Handmaid's Tale" (Hulu)
Louie Anderson, "Baskets"
Kate McKinnon, "Saturday Night Live"
Debra Messing, "Will and Grace"
Eric McCormack, "Will and Grace"
Emilia Clarke, “Game of Thrones”
"Godless" (Netflix)
Here's one final stab at guessing the major categories.
Jeff Daniels, "Godless"
Lead Actor – Comedy Series
Betty Gilpin, "GLOW"
Pamelon Adlon, "Better Things"
Lead Actress – Comedy Series
Jason Bateman, "Ozark"
Lead Actor – Limited Series/TV Movie
Titus Burgess, "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"
Anthony Anderson, "Black-ish"
"Game of Thrones" (HBO)
Supporting Actress – Limited Series/TV Movie
Supporting Actress – Comedy Series
Donald Glover, "Atlanta"
Millie Bobby Brown, "Stranger Things"
Rita Moreno, "One Day at a Time"
Multiple players from "Gianni Versace" and "The Looming Tower" are taking aim here. In fact, nearly the whole slate could be filled out with stars from the latter. The only contender that could really shake things up is Brandon Victor Dixon from "Jesus Christ Superstar," but Michael Shannon is often an awards favorite even when the project isn't, so he's a possibility with "Fahrenheit 451." And if voters can get past the ick factor, Jason Ritter could even find a spot for his unsettling turn in "The Tale."
"Howards End" (Starz)
Freddie Highmore, "The Good Doctor"
This category is absolute murder to predict this year. Shalhoub and Winkler are respected vets expected to cruise into the lineup, while former winner Hayes is a strong bet to return to the fray. And of course, Burgess is a perennial at this point. Henry ought to find love in a category that boxed him out last year, but Marc Maron ("GLOW") could fall either way depending on how much "GLOW" galvanizes voters; perhaps they'll make him wait for the even-better second season. Recent winners like Anderson and Alec Baldwin ("Saturday Night Live") could end up on the outside looking in. Even without "Veep," this bench is deep.
"Flint" (Lifetime)
Jon Voight, "Ray Donovan"
Sterling K. Brown, "This Is Us"
Drama Series
Television Movie
Lead Actor – Drama Series
Lead Actress – Limited Series/TV Movie
"Paterno" (HBO)
Lead Actress – Drama Series
Hayley Atwell, "Howards End"
Ann Dowd, "The Handmaid's Tale"
In all likelihood, however, we'll be looking at a slate of previous nominees this year. Netflix is battling to find room for one of its new programs, like "Manhunter" or "Ozark," but return bids for "The Crown" and "Stranger Things" are more likely. The only new series that has a fighting shot otherwise is AMC's "Killing Eve," a binge-watching hit with a dedicated fanbase.
The story here will be Hulu expanding its Emmy game with "The Looming Tower," a new potential for awards success after scoring with "The Handmaid's Tale" last year. And if "Twin Peaks" misses the cut (it could), expect rioting from David Lynch's obsessed fanbase. This feels like the likely quintet but programs such as "Genius: Picasso" (NatGeo), "Patrick Melrose" (Showtime) and "Top of the Lake: China Girl" (Sundance) are in the mix as well.
"Westworld" (HBO)
"The Tale" (HBO)
Megan Mullally, "Will and Grace"
"Atlanta" (FX)
Comedy Series
Matthew Rhys, "The Americans"
Leslie Jones ("Saturday Night Live") and D'Arcy Carden ("The Good Place") are outside possibilities as well. The weakest links here are probably Metcalf (in a show canceled in the wake of Roseanne Barr's Twitter meltdown) and Moreno (in a program that hasn't yet taken off with voters). "Arrested Development" star Jessica Walter could stir up enough support — and, after that New York Times interview, sympathy — to land in the field for the first time in over a decade.
"Silicon Valley" (HBO)
Alexis Bledel, "The Handmaid's Tale"
Al Pacino, "Paterno"
Elisabeth Moss, "The Handmaid's Tale"
Penelope Cruz, "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story"
Nicole Kidman, "Top of the Lake: China Girl"
Darren Criss, "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story"
This is more or less the expected lineup, but former two-time winner Uzo Aduba ("Orange is the New Black") is always a possibility. Vanessa Kirby from "The Crown" or Yvonne Strahovski from "The Handmaid's Tale" could also rally support.
Tony Shalhoub, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"
Supporting Actor – Comedy Series
"Black Mirror: USS Callister" (Netflix)
She could even be joined by co-star Jodie Comer. We'll take a flier on Oh representing the popular underdog "Killing Eve," edging out contenders like Laura Linney ("Ozark") and Mandy Moore ("This Is Us"). Clarke will ride back into battle after "Game of Thrones" took a breather last year; then it's all returning nominees after that.
Keri Russell, "The Americans"
"This Is Us" (NBC)
Peter Dinklage, "Game of Thrones"
Bill Hader, "Barry"
Thandie Newton, "Westworld"
"The Crown" (Netflix)
Lena Headey, "Game of Thrones"
Justin Hartley, "This Is Us"
Laurie Metcalf, "Roseanne"
Jessica Biel, "The Sinner"
Sandra Oh, “Killing Eve”
Jennifer Jason Leigh, "Patrick Melrose"
Laura Dern, "The Tale"
Brian Tyree Henry, "Atlanta"
Henry Winkler, "Barry"
Benedict Cumberbatch, "Patrick Melrose"
Rachel Brosnahan, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"
Banderas and Pacino are safe bets, along with Daniels (a likely double nominee this year with his supporting "Godless" performance in play as well). Virtuoso performances from Criss and Cumberbatch lead the way here. We'll lean to the former. Meanwhile, Legend or Kyle MacLachlan ("Twin Peaks") could really liven things up.
Brandon Victor Dixon, "Jesus Christ Superstar"
Supporting Actor – Drama Series
Mandy Patinkin, "Homeland"
"The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" (FX)
Peter Sarsgaard, "The Looming Tower"
Elisabeth Moss, “Top of the Lake: China Girl”
"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" (Amazon)
Supporting Actress – Drama Series
Claire Foy, "The Crown"
John Legend, "Jesus Christ Superstar"
Not to mention Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin from "Grace and Frankie," or Frankie Shaw in Showtime's new series "SMILF." Ellie Kemper hasn't missed for "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" yet so maybe it's unwise to leave her out, but with Messing returning, and Brie and Brosnahan charging in with popular new series, the lineup starts to get tight.
"Fahrenheit 451" (HBO)
Michael Stuhlbarg, "The Looming Tower"
Macy, "Shameless" William H.
Supporting Actor – Limited Series/TV Movie
Zach Galifianakis, "Baskets"
"Black-ish" (ABC)
"Modern Family" (ABC)
In this, a category that's embarrassingly thin and should be rethought as a separate arena, expect HBO to be dominant as ever. If anything is poised to surprise it could be one of two episodes eligible from Amazon's anthology series "Philip K. The cable network has three strong contenders, including one that was a critical dud but may slide in anyway ("Fahrenheit 451") and one acquired out of Sundance in a game-changing move for the Emmy landscape ("The Tale"). Dick's Electric Dreams."
Merritt Wever, "Godless"
"Barry" (HBO)
David Harbour, "Stranger Things"
Allison Janney, "Mom"
Judith Light, "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story"
Bill Camp, "The Looming Tower"
Alison Brie, "GLOW"
"Stranger Things" star Noah Schnapp is a popular pick among prognosticators, so maybe Voight isn't quite on cruise control and is due a miss. Or maybe "Game of Thrones" won't be able to secure two spots in the lineup, leaving Coster-Waldau on the outside. The strongest bets are Dinklage, Harbour and Patinkin. There are about 15 names that could end up on the ballot here, so who knows what the right combination will be?
"The Looming Tower" (Hulu)
Hader is the new kid on the block while McCormack is back with the revived "Will and Grace." Matt LeBlanc ("Episodes") and Larry David ("Curb Your Enthusiasm") are also in the mix repping revivals, while Ted Danson is still looking for a notice in NBC's critically adored "The Good Place." A drastic shake-up is unlikely, so maybe Galifianakis holds on after landing a nomination last year.
Liev Schreiber, "Ray Donovan"
Maisel" Alex Borstein, "The Marvelous Mrs.
Evan Rachel Wood, "Westworld"
It feels like this category has firmed up, but never count out an Academy favorite like Edie Falco ("Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders").
Angela Lansbury, "Little Women"
Laura Dern will be angling for a double nomination to go along with her sure-fire bid for "The Tale," but how much will voters really embrace "Twin Peaks"? Sharon Stone is an outside possibility for HBO's "Mosaic." If anyone is a weak link in the lineup it might be Leigh, overshadowed by Cumberbatch's tour-de-force work.” />
This year's Primetime Emmy Awards nominations are set to be unveiled Thursday, after another noisy season of campaigning with plenty of drama to go around. There are several new series looking for the embrace of the Television Academy, and still more returning after hiatuses long and short. What kind of a mixture will we be looking at on final ballots?
Simmons, lurking on the bubble for his dual portrayal in "Counterpart." "Westworld" players Ed Harris and Jeffrey Wright got the bump up to lead from supporting this year, but that just leaves them facing a more competitive field here. Newcomers Bateman and Highmore have their sights set on a couple of spots in the lineup, but watch out for J.K.
"The Americans" (FX)
Antonio Banderas, "Genius: Picasso"
Limited Series
Maisel") all have strong contenders. There are a number of revivals to consider as well, from ABC's embattled "Roseanne" (unlikely) and NBC's "Will and Grace" (more likely), to Showtime's "Episodes" and, maybe the strongest of the lot, HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Perhaps one of them or a critical darling like NBC's "The Good Place" or Netflix's "One Day at a Time" will finally unseat "Modern Family." HBO ("Barry"), Netflix ("GLOW") and Amazon ("The Marvelous Mrs. In contrast to the drama category, this year's comedy field promises to be popping with debut series.
"GLOW" (Netflix)
"Stranger Things" (Netflix)