Ellen Page and Alia Shawkat in Bust Magazine photoshoot, Oct-Nov 2009.
-Do they consider themselves feminists?
-Ellen: Yeah, sure, of course, definitely. Wouldn’t you think everybody would be a feminist? It’s annoying there has to be a label for something like that. Ultimately, I’m a humanist. But if someone asks it as a yes-or-no question, I’d have to say obviously. I hope that everyone would be.
-Ellen: I think absolute media saturation is just horrifying. Making young girls feel like they’re not good enough to propel them to consume more is so sad. You see girls who just don’t like themselves or feel like they need to be prettier or skinnier.
"The IMAX Corporation announced the release of Warner Bros science fiction film Inception on the giant screen next summer. The anticipated Christopher Nolan film will debut on the same day as its theatrical release, July 16, 2010.Not much is known about Nolan’s film yet, other than a few scattered spoilers. Ellen Page recently urged fans not to search for clues in order to make the experience that much better next summer.Leonardo DiCaprio and Ellen Page shooting "Inception" in L.A., on 4th October 2009.
If you haven’t seen the spoiler-free teaser traile yet, it’s great. The movie stars Page, Leonardo DiCaprio, Cillian Murphy, Marion Cotillard, Ken Watanabe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Michael Caine.I wouldn’t be surprised if IMAX picked up The Twilight Saga: Eclipse for a two week run from the beginning of July to the start of this given the popularity there. No announcement has been made by IMAX or Summit Entertainment. It would be a first for that series". Source: www.newsinfilmcom