Jean de Mailly's chronicle, written around 1250, contains the first mention of an unnamed female pope, and it inspired several more accounts over the next several years.
The most popular and influential version is that interpolated into Martin of Opava's Chronicon Pontificum et Imperatorum, later in the 13th century.
And I think this falls into that category in little ways.
For example, I shot a scene early on where I had to take off all my makeup. I’m hoping I’m part of many, many more little things like that moving forward.
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Most versions of her story describe her as a talented and learned woman who disguised herself as a man, often at the behest of a lover.
In the most common accounts, due to her abilities, she rose through the church hierarchy and was eventually elected pope.
It’s a stretch for me, but in the most exciting way possible. There’s women all over the crew—it’s a very female-driven project.
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Over time, you’ll see her go on to become one of the first female stand-up comedians.
Maisel took home two Golden Globes on Sunday, one for best musical or comedy television series and another for best actress in a musical or comedy series.
The show's leading lady, and first-time Globe winner, Rachel Brosnahan nailed her acceptance speech, calling for more unique female stories on the small and big screens.women's rights initiative Time's Up.
And I’ve shot scenes like that before where they cover up your zits, cover up the red, scenes where you’re “not wearing any makeup.” But I got to take all of my makeup off while on camera.