• The Hollywood Reporter on LinkedIn
  • Follow THR on Pinterest

THR Weekly Magazine

Latest News

  1. John Green Promotes 24-Year-Old "Virtual Assistant" to Production Partner

    7:00 am 8/21/2015

    Rosianna Halse Rojas started as a fan, became a long-distance assistant and now, with Green's first-look producing deal at Fox 2000, has moved into a partnership role.Read more

    • 3
  2. Peter Bogdanovich Reflects on "Brilliant" Barbra Streisand, "Irritating" Cher

    6:00 am 8/21/2015

    The 76-year-old director of 'She's Funny That Way' (out Aug. 21) offers confessions from behind the scenes of four of his most notable films including 'The Last Picture Show,' 'Mask' and more.Read more

    • 4
  3. Emmys: HBO Dominates Director Races With 'Veep,' 'Silicon Valley' and 'Game of Thrones'

    5:00 am 8/21/2015

    From a sheer numbers perspective, the cable titan stands the best chance of taking home a win with five nominations (five times more than anywhere else).Read more

    • 1
  4. Emmys: Comedy Creators Armando Iannucci, Jill Soloway and More on Weird Fan Reactions and Stressful Moments

    5:00 am 8/21/2015

    The producers and stars of this year's best comedy series nominees talk about misconceptions, offer Emmy night advice and reveal which of their characters they'd most like to share a drink with.Read more

    • 2
  5. Emmys Comedy Handbook: How 'Transparent,' 'Louie' or 'Veep' Could Dethrone 'Modern Family'

    5:00 am 8/21/2015

    THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg offers his uncompromising take on the upside and downside for each of the seven best comedy series contenders.Read more

    • 5
  6. Emmys: Why Jon Stewart and Amy Schumer Are the Ones to Beat in the Variety Races

    5:00 am 8/21/2015

    THR's awards analyst dissects Emmy's first-ever split variety race — talk show and sketch series — featuring nominees both dearly departed (Colbert, Letterman and Stewart) and fast on the rise (hello, Amy Schumer).Read more

    • 2
  7. 2005: While Stars Like Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Aided Katrina Victims, Kanye Stole the Show

    11:00 am 8/20/2015

    "George Bush doesn't care about black people," said the rapper, going off-script during a telethon segment with Mike Myers. Though he was cut off, the words went live and overshadowed a celeb panel (Bruce Willis, Benicio Del Toro) fielding phone calls, a performance by U2 and $30 million raised.Read more

    • 1
  8. How 'Fantastic Four's' Josh Trank Can Get Out of Directors Jail

    10:00 am 8/20/2015

    The filmmaker's debacle could make him unhirable, but Hollywood history has shown there's a proven path to career recovery (just ask David O. Russell).Read more

    • 5
  9. How Tom Rothman, Mark Gordon and the Fulfillment Fund Are Improving L.A.'s Graduation Rates

    9:00 am 8/20/2015

    The Fund has the same goal now as it did when Dr. Gary Gitnick launched it back in 1977: Help kids go to college. "Violence is the result of poverty, and the only way to fight poverty is with education."Read more

    • 1
  10. Why Hollywood Loved the Ice Bucket Challenge (Guest Column)

    9:00 am 8/20/2015

    A year after the viral phenomenon, NeueHouse's Tim Geary, whose wife suffers from ALS, writes about how the entertainment industry helped create a sensation: "People feel it's necessary to put their goodness on show irrespective of whether any good is actually being done."Read more

    • 1
Syndicate content