Entertainment News #10

This week the MCU might have out LGBT+ characters, the Oscars try to be less white and more of the days news…

Kevin Feige says the MCU will have out LGBT+ characters, both “ones you’ve seen and ones you haven’t seen.” [The Playlist]

Sony Pictures are developing a Silk movie,  which will star a Korean-American superhero.  [Collider]

The third class of Academy members invited after #OscarsSoWhite is 49 percent women and 38 percent people of color—and numbers 928 people in total. [Vanity Fair]

2018 BET Awards: Kendrick Lamar Wins Big [Variety]

The Grammys will expand the number of nominations in the record, song and album of the year and best new artist categories from five to eight [Billboard]

The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) voted to change the name of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award to the Children’s Literature Legacy Award due to the the Little House books reflecting “dated cultural attitudes toward Indigenous people and people of color”. [VOX]

Lindsay Lohan says she’s in a better place now [New York TImes]