How an alliance of their own changed Geena Davis’ life

Sadly, it was the massive financial failure of the 1995 “Cutthroat Island” high-profile activist and the relatively warm response to ’96 “The Long Kiss Goodnight” that derailed so many plans. by Davis.

Incidentally, “Cutthroat” – despite its bad financial reputation – is perfectly watchable, and “Long Kiss” is fun, engaging, and insanely good.

Davis continued to work and gained a new generation of fans playing Stuart Little’s mother in three films. Her next project was “Pussy Island”, the directorial debut of Zoë Kravitz. She also appeared in the third season of the popular TV series “GLOW” and in the first season of “The Exorcist.”

During the Vogue interview, it was also said that Davis’ role in “A League of Their Own” has continued to reach fans for decades. Obviously Abby Wambach, the world famous soccer star, watched “A League of Their Own” as a child and grew up wanting to be a champion. She was successful.

Davis, now 66, has started or is involved in a number of charities including the Geena Davis Institute for Gender in Media, Women’s Sports Foundation, Fathers & Daughters (dedicated to gender equality across the globe). children’s media), and she is a Title IX Supporters.

There’s no way not to love Geena Davis.

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