IADAS: The Webby Awards nominee announcement
April 7, 2015
MTV: Movie Awards
April 12, 2015
ACM: Academy of Country Music Awards
April 19, 2015
IADAS: The Webby Awards winners announcement
April 28, 2015
June 7, 2015
Teen Choice Awards
August 9, 2015
MTV: Video Music Awards
August 30, 2015
GMA: Dove Awards
October 13, 2015
MTV: Europe Music Awards
October 25, 2015
On the Eve of 'Sound of Music' Reunion, Julie Andrews Reveals "I Was a Very Sad Little Girl"
A half-century after winning an Oscar for her first film and starring in the biggest blockbuster to that point, the legendary actress, nearing her 80th birthday, reflects on a life that hasn't always been supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
Harvey Weinstein Urges Jews to Take on Anti-Semites: "Kick These Guys in the Ass"
"We're gonna have to get as organized as the mafia," the mogul told the audience at the Simon Wiesenthal Center's national tribute dinner, where he was introduced by friend and competitor Jeffrey Katzenberg as "a really nice Jewish boy."
Eighty-Eight-Year-Old Oscar Voter Assesses Field After 2015's Bleak First Quarter: "It's Gonna Be a Long Year" (Podcast)
Marcia Nasatir, the first woman ever to serve as vp production in Hollywood and a member of the Academy for the past 40 years, rejoined THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg for the second installment of 'The Geezer and the Kid.'
MTV Movie Awards: Shailene Woodley to Receive Trailblazer Award (Exclusive)
The popular 23-year-old's three-time co-star Miles Teller, with whom she's now appearing in 'Insurgent,' will present her with the honor on April 12.
San Luis Obispo Film Fest: 'Citizen Kane' Plays in William Randolph Hearst's Private Screening Room
Ben Mankiewicz, the grandson of the film's late co-writer Herman J. Mankiewicz, introduced the unprecedented screening, a fundraiser that was given the go-ahead by Hearst's great-grandson Stephen Hearst.
SXSW: Tab Hunter Opens Up About Life As a Closeted Gay Star During Hollywood's Golden Age
The 82-year-old legend told his story in a 2005 memoir and a new documentary because, he says, he wanted people to "get it from the horse's mouth and not from some horse's ass after I'm dead and gone."
TCM Film Fest: Shirley MacLaine, Peter Fonda and an Ex-007 Will Make Appearances (Exclusive)
The fest also announced that three people whose lives have been depicted on screen — Tony Mendez ('Argo'), Aron Ralston ('127 Hours') and Mark Schultz ('Foxcatcher') — will appear together on a panel.
Oscars 2015: A Weird Season Ends With Something for Just About Everyone
THR's awards analyst performs a postmortem on the winners, the show and his own predictions.
Brutally Honest Oscar Ballot No. 9: 'Selma' "Incredibly Misleading," 'Inherent Vice' "Trash"
An anonymous male Academy member says 'Nightcrawler' is drawn from "a tremendous script," 'The Salt of the Earth' is "transcendent" and he can't vote for 'American Sniper' because it's "a right-wing ideological picture."
Brutally Honest Oscar Ballot No. 8: 'Grand Budapest' "Most Underrated," "Gender Discrimination" Hurt Ava DuVernay
An anonymous female Academy member says she has a crush on the writer of 'Whiplash,' backed 'Ida' because she's "obsessed with stories about the Nazis and WWII" and felt Patricia Arquette was "the glue that kept ['Boyhood'] together."