The ‘working mom' debate hasn't evolved in 30 years -- ‘The Intern' proves it
Sep 29, 2015 6:00 AM - It's no coincidence that Nancy Meyers' "The Intern," the No. 2 movie at the box office this weekend, echoes "Baby Boom," the movie she wrote in 1987. Both films center on successful women in the corporate world. In the former, Anne Hathaway is a CEO struggling to keep control of her company, and in the latter, Diane Keaton plays a high-powered executive whose life is thrown into chaos when she's given custody of a baby. But 30 years apart, they still tackle some of the same themes of moms in the workplace.