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The Hollywood Reporter

  1. tokyo lies
    So the Story That Inspired Tokyo Vice Might Not Be Totally TrueInsiders have questioned the accuracy of journalist Jake Adelstein’s 2009 memoir.
  2. ¡bailar!
    Yes, Even Wilmer Valderrama’s Baby Is Encanto ObsessedThe Valderrama’s are definitely talking about Bruno.
  3. Jimmy Kimmel Predicts a Kathy Griffin Comeback: “She Is One of the […]Since the infamous Trump photo controversy in May 2017, Kathy Griffin has had an extremely challenging eight months full of lost jobs, lost […]
  4. black love matters
    Will Smith Wanted Django to Be a Love StoryHe wasn’t big on the film’s violence.
  5. past lives
    Do People Realize That Brie Larson Was a Pop Star?She dropped an album, Finally Out of P.E., in 2005.
  6. sequels
    Die Hard Fan Who Pitched Sequel Is Very Chill“I’m not going to hear from them. My chances are slim to none.”
  7. Amy Schumer, Lena Dunham, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Ellie Kemper Comment on […]The Hollywood Reporter recently sat down for a roundtable interview with some of today’s top comedy actresses to chat about everything from […]
  8. roundtables
    Watch THR’s 2015 Oscar Round TablesEveryone loves Laura Dern. 
  9. Chris Rock Explains How He Helped Leslie Jones Get Hired at ‘SNL’Chris Rock has a powerful Hollywood Reporter essay out today that breaks down his thoughts on Hollywood’s race problem, and in the middle of […]
  10. ‘THR’ Explains Why Jokes Aren’t Always Covered by the Copyright ActTHR ran an interesting guest column over the weekend called “Why It’s So Hard to Get the Law to Protect a Good Joke” that explores intellectual […]
  11. Seth Meyers and Fred Armisen Talk All Things ‘Late Night’Late Night successor Seth Meyers is on the cover of this month’s issue of The Hollywood Reporter, which includes a lengthy interview with the […]
  12. Mike Mariano on Why Taking Over ‘Raising Hope’ Makes Him Feel Like a […]“As we begin season four here at Raising Hope, the despair is palpable. The children are acting up, Mom has started drinking and when recurring […]
  13. oral history
    Read an Oral History of LA’s Wildly Influential Groundlings TheaterTHR has a new oral history of The Groundlings Theater, the LA-based comedy institution where Phil Hartman, Kristen Wiig, Will Ferrell, and also […]
  14. Jerry Seinfeld Talks About What the ‘Seinfeld’ Gang Is Up to Now The Hollywood Reporter just put out their Emmys portfolio featuring interviews with a bunch of people like Tina Fey, Mitch Hurwitz, and Hank […]
  15. trouble on set
    Zombies Aren’t the Only Trouble Facing Brad Pitt’s World War ZDon’t hold your breath for that trilogy.
  16. insidery
    Nikki Finke Is Suing the Hollywood ReporterBiggest scoop ever!
  17. trade-off
    The Hollywood Reporter Will Be a Weekly MagazineThere goes your trade paper.
  18. trades
    Janice Min Hired to Run Hollywood Reporter’Us Weekly’ goes left coast.
  19. nikki finke
    Nikki Finke Offered House to Edit Hollywood Reporter for Five Minutes, Reports Nikki Finke“A $1 million Malibu home which, I was told, ‘you can keep whether you stay 5 minutes or 5 years’ in the job.”
  20. hollywood elder statesmen
    Morgan Freeman Keeps Things Real at Actors RoundtableFreeman burst out laughing after making Nicholas Cage admit he hasn’t smoked crack, for example.
  21. obits
    The Movie Star Is Dead, AgainBut the nobody lives!
  22. trades
    Hollywood Reporter Sold?To News Communications, Inc., reportedly!
  23. printmediapocalypse
    Variety’s Website to Cost Money, Hollywood Reporter Possibly Going Paperless?Nikki Finke says both trades will put up paywalls online and ‘HR’ will soon dump its print edition.
  24. piracy
    Hollywood Reporter Hires PirateYarrrr! Roger Friedman got a new job.
  25. beef
    Hollywood Blog Wars Continue to EscalateBut is the whole thing just a tempest in a teapot?
  26. the best part
    Burn, Tinseltown, Burn!: Translating Today’s ‘Hollywood Reporter’ Story on the Coming Labor UnrestWill the coming labor difficulties in Hollywood — including potential strikes by the Writers Guild, the Screen Actors Guild, and the Directors Guild — result in the rushed green-lighting of not-ready-for-the-screen pieces of shit?