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John Legend in, Jennifer Hudson out. Legend, fresh off his Emmy win for his role in NBC's Jesus Christ Superstar Live, has... [Read More]
CBS employees awoke to a horror show on Sunday morning when they read Ronan Farrow's devastating follow-up to his July 27 article in The New... [Read More]
CBS employees awoke to a horror show Sunday morning when they read Ronan Farrow's devastating follow-up to his July 27 article in the New Yorker... [Read More]
An inquiry by AT&T-owned Warner Media has arisen in response to an anonymous letter from an individual identified only as "Social Justice Warrior" that raised... [Read More]
Amazon Studios says there is no release date for Woody Allen's new film. The move comes after renewed attention to sexual abuse allegations by his... [Read More]
As Jessica Chastain's director steps down over past assault, the Time's Up leadership struggles to weigh "varying degrees of misbehavior" and whether a rush to... [Read More]
UTA is finally making its money moves. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that the agency has sold what is being described as a "... [Read More]
CBS insiders pushed for a Les Moonves investigation weeks before New Yorker exposé. Industry insiders take sides and the Hollywood Reporter reveals a board letter... [Read More]
CBS CEO Leslie Moonves, one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, is accused of unwanted kissing and touching in a New Yorker article set... [Read More]
Sources say her termination was due to racially insensitive comments. [Read More]
It's not just mass consolidation and downsizing that should worry you — think about shrinking TV seasons, disappearing backend and what Harvey Weinstein knows. [Read More]
In a desperate attempt to compete with Netflix (and each other), moguls like AT&T's John Stankey are talking big, flying blind and generally giving their... [Read More]
On Nov. 1, when the Los Angeles Times first published allegations of sexual misconduct against Brett Ratner, Sil Lai Abrams thought, "... [Read More]
On Nov. 1, when the Los Angeles Times first published allegations of sexual misconduct against Brett Ratner, Sil Lai Abrams thought, "Russell's next." Abrams, 48,... [Read More]
The star was famously fired by the Endeavor CEO after his 2006 arrest following an anti-Semitic and sexist tirade, but now Emanuel has been pushing... [Read More]
As the most powerful man in animation nears the end of a six-month "sabbatical" for personal "missteps," CEO Bob Iger must soon determine his fate.... [Read More]
The move comes as a response to a new rule banning movies from the official competition that don't have theatrical distribution in France. [Read More]
A leaderless group "became a brand overnight," say insiders, but the anti-harassment crusade now seeks structure and a real leader amid skepticism about CAA's role... [Read More]
A leaderless group "became a brand overnight," say insiders, but the anti-harassment crusade now seeks structure and a real leader amid skepticism about CAA's role... [Read More]
Sources say Motion Picture Group co-president Erik Feig and Motion Picture Group co-chairman Patrick Wachsberger are making plans to depart the company ahead of a... [Read More]
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