The THR 100: Hollywood Reporter's Most Powerful People in Entertainment
THR presents its first ranking of the industry's most powerful execs, creatives, stars, producers, directors and reps.
M&A Activity Keep Entertainment Stocks Afloat at the Year's Halfway Mark
More than half of the 50 stocks tracked by THR fell short of the S&P 500 in the year's first half.
The Psychology of Aging Moguls: "Categorically Dangerous," Says Expert
A Yale biological anthropologist explains how fathering kids late in life, putting your name on a building and oversized power displays (Trump?) are all modes of "scent-marking" that come with moguls getting on in years.
THR 100: Hollywood's Most Powerful People Reveal Least Powerful Thing They Do (Hint: Oprah Picks Up Dog Poop)
Those who made the list revealed the less-than-glamorous aspects of their lives.
Why I'm Pro-Brexit: It will Open Up British Film to Global Equity
British director Paul Duddridge, director of 'Mothers and Daughters,' on why the U.K. industry will be better off outside the EU.
Disney to Take Stake in MLB Advanced Media (Report)
The streamer, jointly owned by all 30 MLB teams, is valued at $3.5 billion with Disney looking to take a third of the company.
- YouTube Stars Discuss Hillary Clinton, Need for "Respectful" Political Dialogue on Social Media
- 'God's Not Dead 2' Filmmakers Wade Into California Politics
- Daughter of Olympian Pans Unofficial Sequel to 'Chariots of Fire' as "Nationalistic Piece of Nonsense"
- Hollywood on Donald Trump: 20 Candid Quotes About the GOP Presidential Candidate
- Cinemark Attorneys Want Colorado Theater Shooting Victims to Pay $700K in Legal Fees
- AMC's $1.1 Billion Carmike Deal in Doubt After Shareholder Vote Delay
Universal Pictures Sued for Sending "Spam" 'Warcraft' Texts to Moviegoers
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'One Way Trip': Film Review
Choi Jeong-yeol mixes drama and crime procedural for a debut starring a quartet of South Korea’s up-and-coming leading men.
'Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll' Season 2: TV Review
The FX comedy builds on nuanced character growth and takes on 'Hamilton' while rock dramas fail around it.
'Brotherhood' ('Kapatiran'): Karlovy Vary Review
Millennial Manila-born director Pepe Diokno grafts scripted scenes onto documentary footage illustrating the dysfunctional state of his home city.
'The Infiltrator': Film Review
Reteaming with director Brad Furman, Bryan Cranston plays a real-life federal agent who goes undercover to target drug lords and the bankers who launder their money.