THR's Must-Reads of the Week: Queen Latifah, Gay Hollywood Weddings, Rehab Investigation

 Lorenzo Agius

Between industry dinners, premiere parties and countless meetings, here's what you may have missed this week in entertainment news.

Cover Story: In this week's issue of The Hollywood Reporter, TV editor, east coast Marisa Guthrie sits down with Queen Latifah to talk about her new daytime talk show, The Queen Latifah Show, where she plans to welcome everyday heroes onto the show as well as famous friends including Pitbull and Will Smith.

Emmy Season: Senior editor Stacey Wilson looks at 12 categories with potentially historic wins, which includes a possible first award for a black lead actress in a drama (Kerry Washington for Scandal), while THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg focuses on the nominees up for lead comedy actor and actress.

Gay Marriages: With the U.S. Supreme Court's historic June 26 vote to overturn California's Prop 8, same-sex couples have been headed to the altar. THR highlights two industry power couples tying the knot along with a chic resource for throwing an A-list reception. 

A-List Hollywood Rehab: Senior writer Gary Baum investigates a Hollywood rehab center, uncovering the facilities' issues and the two deaths that took place.

TV Review: THR TV critic Tim Goodman's comment on AMC's new drama Low Winter Sun, "If any series needs to sprinkle in a dose of levity -- even dark humor -- it's Low Winter Sun."

Film Review: THR chief film critic Todd McCarthy says of Elysium, "when the air goes out of this balloon, it goes fast."

News in Review:

STORY: Leah Remini Files Missing Person Report for Scientology Leader David Miscavige's Wife

STORY: Source: Bruce Willis Left 'Expendables 3' Over $1 Million-a-Day Fee Demand

STORY: ABC Names First Non-White 'Bachelor'

TV in Review:

EXCLUSIVE: 'Game of Thrones' Alum Nabs Dual Role in Starz's 'Outlander'

STORY: 'Downton Abbey' Cast Talks Season 4, Mourning Matthew and the Series' Future

STORY: 'Grey's Anatomy' Boss Previews Meredith's Evolution in 'Funnier' Season 10

Film in Review:

EXCLUSIVE: 'Chronicle's' Alex Russell to Star in Indie Film 'Believe Me'

EXCLUSIVE: Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci to Return to Write Next 'Star Trek'

STORY: Harrison Ford In, Bruce Willis Out of 'Expendables 3'

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