The Race
Oscars: Burt Bacharach Enters Race with First Original Film Score and Song in Years (Exclusive)
Oscars: Burt Bacharach Enters Race with First Original Film Score and Song in Years (Exclusive)
The three-time Oscar winner wrote the score for 'Po' and the song "Dancing with Your Shadow" as a tribute to his daughter Nikki, who died in 2007.
Nate Parker to Appear on '60 Minutes' for 'Birth of a Nation' Release (Exclusive)
Nate Parker to Appear on '60 Minutes' for 'Birth of a Nation' Release (Exclusive)
The writer-director-star of the Sundance sensation has been at the center of controversy since a series of interviews called attention to rape charges he faced years ago.
THR Cocktail Party Kicks Off Awards Season
THR Cocktail Party Kicks Off Awards Season
The Hollywood Reporter's Janice Min and Lynne Segall welcomed a host of power players to a soiree at Geoffrey Zakarian's The Garden Bar in Beverly Hills.
'The Awards Pundits' on Brad and Angie, Paramount's Woes and the New York Film Festival
'The Awards Pundits' on Brad and Angie, Paramount's Woes and the New York Film Festival
Scott Feinberg and Stephen Galloway discuss the week's awards-related news and controversies.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Ruth Negga ('Loving')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Ruth Negga ('Loving')
The best actress Oscar contender reflects on her biracial heritage, getting cut out of '12 Years a Slave' and tapping into 'the spirit' of one half of the couple at the center of the landmark 1967 interracial marriage Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Rob Reiner ('LBJ')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Rob Reiner ('LBJ')
The 69-year-old reflects on growing up in his legendary father's shadow, shifting his focus after 'All in the Family' from acting to directing and the 2016 presidential election ("I'm rooting for the gal that Meathead would've voted for," not a "con man").
Santa Barbara Film Fest: Warren Beatty to Receive Kirk Douglas Award
Santa Barbara Film Fest: Warren Beatty to Receive Kirk Douglas Award
The actor and director, who will return to the silver screen after a 15-year absence on Nov. 23 with 'Rules Don't Apply,' becomes the 11th recipient of the career achievement honor.
Emmys: The Show That Had Everything (Analysis)
Emmys: The Show That Had Everything (Analysis)
THR's awards columnist applauds a funny host, a brisk show and a group of winners more worthy and diverse than pundits imagined possible.
Feinberg Forecast: The Oscar Race Post-Toronto Film Festival
Feinberg Forecast: The Oscar Race Post-Toronto Film Festival
THR's awards expert weighs in after the 41st Toronto International Film Festival.
Emmy Voter: End the 'For Your Consideration' Event Gravy Train (Guest Column)
Emmy Voter: End the 'For Your Consideration' Event Gravy Train (Guest Column)
Ballot decisions "shouldn't come down to whether or not an event offers a filet mignon or champagne," writes an anonymous TV Academy member who argues for a cap on 'FYC' parties.
Emmy Voter Reveals Brutally Honest Ballot: 'People v. O.J.' "Vastly Overrated," 'House of Cards' Had "Worst Season Yet"
Emmy Voter Reveals Brutally Honest Ballot: 'People v. O.J.' "Vastly Overrated," 'House of Cards' Had "Worst Season Yet"
"The reason you tune in to that show is to see Kevin Spacey, and he was in a f—ing coma," writes a member of the producers peer group about the Netflix series as he makes his case for favorites 'Mr. Robot,' 'Silicon Valley' and 'Fargo.'
James Corden to Return as Host of Hollywood Film Awards
James Corden to Return as Host of Hollywood Film Awards
The Emmy and Tony winner will be back, for the second year in a row, on Nov. 6.