A comedy genius, Oscar-winning actor and TV trailblazer meets a tragic end as Garry Marshall, Terry Gilliam, Carrie Fisher and those who knew him best rec...
The actress tells THR she was blown away by her longtime friend's charisma and the way in which he absorbed his surroundings
Terry Gilliam and Lynda Obst tell THR about the late actor's ability to save the day — on more than one occasion
William Knoedelseder, author of 'I’m Dying Up Here: Heartbreak and High Times in Stand-Up Comedy’s Golden Era,' recalls the late actor's days as a man...
"Robin Williams often was at his most affecting when he didn't allow himself to hide behind the hurt," writes Michael Rechtshaffen
THR's chief TV critic looks back on an explosive comedic persona: The former 'Mork & Mindy' star "was a larger-than-life performer exploding out of his ch...
The producer of the 1980 movie on how the star's insistence on perfection led to a "brilliant" performance
The late actor supported several philanthropic efforts, once donating the full proceeds from a tour in New Zealand to relief efforts after a major earthqu...
Mark Johnson says the late comedian could "do an amazing riff" on any subject
Sean Bean, Ali Larter and Morris Chestnut as well as executive producer Howard Gordon and showrunner David Wilcox tell how they got "a very challenging co...
Marvel vs. DC? That's just the beginning as more than 20 superhero pics head to theaters by 2020 and a studio "pissing contest" hits comical heights
Top writers are scarce, and executives say they are considering new options
Two back-to-back decisions could lead to an overhaul of the industry
Military buttons disappear and face-melting could be cut as the Japan-owned studio preps the Seth Rogen comedy
Boardwalk Entertainment will team with Adam Levine for its 10-part event series about music in the 1970s
Wang Jianlin's plan for a $1.2 billion Beverly Hills compound might be the next big step toward owning a Hollywood studio
FXX will begin airing reruns of the animated series with a 200-hour marathon in August before the show makes its app debut in October
Diagnosed with cancer in 2012, Alex Doe endured a 3 1/2-year residuals runaround from Warner Bros. and SAG-AFTRA that threatened health insurance coverage
The hotel had no vacancies on two recent weekends, but the top group supporting the boycott says it hasn't backed down
At the height of the crisis, the inventor of the famous anti-choking technique claimed HIV could be cured by injecting patients with malaria. New document...
A philanthropic consultant tells THR how to properly vet an organization
The choking-technique doctor's controversial theories hit primetime in 1995
Judd Apatow, Paul Rudd, Olivia Wilde and other stars have used CrowdRise, an innovative for-profit website that uses crowdsourcing to drive charitable fun...
In THR's Philanthropy Issue, the director and 21st Century Fox exec talk about how they're helping aspiring filmmakers as part of L.A.'s new Ghetto Film S...
In THR's Philanthropy Issue, Maria Shriver and Lionsgate's Rob Friedman say next summer's Special Olympics World Games will bring $400 million to the city
"It was unheard of to talk about [mental illness] publicly," says the actress in THR's Philanthropy Issue
"I've lived it firsthand," the DreamWorks chief says in THR's Philanthropy Issue, explaining her passion for the anti-bullying Kind Campaign, founded by L...
In THR's Philanthropy Issue, the co-founder of A&M Records talks about his hands-on involvement at the UCLA music school built in his name
The actor, a big supporter of the Alzheimer's Association, talks in THR's Philanthropy Issue about the steps he's taking to stave off the disease
In THR's Philanthropy Issue, the actor-comedian, along with actor/former firefighter Steve Buscemi, talk about their respective efforts to assist firehous...
The 'House of Cards' star says in THR's Philanthropy Issue why he was inspired to mentor aspiring young actors
The singer explains in THR's Philanthropy Issue how his own experiences led him to launch a program to help New York City educators
As Russian tensions heat up, the longtime nuclear disarmament activist Michael Douglas opens up in THR's Philanthropy Issue about staying true to his miss...
Celebrities and entertainment companies are auctioning off everything but the kitchen sink in a race to raise money online
Reality stars, dilettantes and Chris Brown need not apply as charities search for the right words to turn down famous faces who could hurt more than they ...
Ahead of the HFPA's charity awards banquet, president Theo Kingma tells THR about the organization's philanthropic priorities and plans to expand
"I never thought I'd find American parents who'd let their child be part of this film," casting director Todd Thaler tells THR.
NBCUniversal International Studios will produce and co-finance the 12-episode series, based on Chelsea Cain’s novel 'One Kick,' with German channel RTL ...... Read More
Terrorists storm the U.S. embassy in Copenhagen in the new eight-part drama from the makers of 'Follow the Money' and 'A Hijacking.' Read More
The two-time Oscar winner is in the running again this year for 'Fences,' an adaptation of the late August Wilson's acclaimed play that Washington directed Read More
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