A Day in the Life of Hollywood's Little People: Warwick Davis, Verne Troyer and More
Since 'The Wizard of Oz,' the short-in-stature have flocked to L.A., where work can be found in jobs ranging from human lawn jockey to mini Donald Trump. But the recent death of a 4-foot-1 cabaret act known as 'Mini Kim Kardashian' reveals the uncomfortable reality of how slowly things have evolved since the days of the freak show.
Broad Green Brothers Gabriel and Daniel Hammond Reveal Shift to Bigger Films and 'Bad Santa 2' Plans
Heading into the fall festivals, the billionaire founders of the indie-film upstart reveal a pivot to broader-appeal fare and why the midbudget movie isn't dead.
Kim Masters: My Battles With CAA's Michael Ovitz and the Truce That Never Was
As a new book puts the focus back on the agency's origins, THR's editor-at-large remembers how the agent's tantrum at the Palm restaurant and her follow-up kicked off one of Hollywood's prickliest pas de deux.
Michael Wolff on Viacom's Future Post-Philippe Dauman: 5 Key Scenarios
A CBS merger? Don’t bet on it as Shari Redstone and her new board (and Michael Eisner as CEO!?) weigh everything from major investment to selling off one or both companies.
PMK*BNC Adds VP, Boosts Role of Another (Exclusive)
Lionsgate veteran Jodie Magid Oriol is joining the PR firm, while Rachel Aberly is officially adding TV and awards to her responsibilities.
ITV Withdraws Takeover Offer for Entertainment One
eOne's stock falls after the news that came following the company's recent rejection of a $1.3 billion offer, which led analysts to discuss whether ITV would consider a sweetened bid.
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Regal Settles Monopoly Suit Led by Mark Cuban's Landmark Theatres
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'Kampai! For the Love of Sake': Film Review
Mirai Konishi's documentary explores the world of its subject through the perspective of three devotees.
'Atlanta': TV Review
Series creator Donald Glover stars with Brian Tyree Henry as cousins trying to pull their families out of poverty in the Georgia capital's music scene in FX's new existential comedy.
'Queen Sugar': TV Review
Ava DuVernay's new drama takes its time, but it's another summer winner for OWN.
'Humidity' ('Vlaznost'): Sarajevo Review
Serbian director Nikola Ljuca's debut feature is a cryptic thriller about the morally vacant lifestyles of the rich and shameless.
'Will You Dance With Me?': Film Review
The late Derek Jarman offers a time capsule of LGBT London.