Our Next Gen class of 2012 share what it is like to be nominated to our list of industry superstars under 35. Now in its 18th year, we celebrate the future power players in television, talent, publicity, management, legal, film, digital and agents.
Behind the scenes of our cover shoot with rapper, songwriter and producer Snoop Lion. Snoop shares his love for finding new talent, running his children’s football league and his transition from Snoop Dogg to Snoop Lion.
The 3rd annual event, held at Beverly Hills restaurant Cut, drew many industry notables and included a conversation between Ziffren Brittenham founding partner Ken Ziffren and THR executive editor Matthew Belloni. READ MORE
The Hollywood Reporter’s third annual Power Business Managers breakfast acknowledges the unsung professionals who keep the engine room of the industry's money machine humming. Business managers maximize cash flow from much-whittled paychecks and prevent overindulged stars from acting on their worst impulse purchases.
A cable paycheck is all the rage, but taxes, commissions and fees can reduce that to $200K per year, says Scott Feinstein, who manages Taylor Lautner, Mila Kunis and Aaron Paul -- so a client might dream of Lamborghini but wake up to BMW instead. READ MORE
From Vincent Gallo's and Jeremy Renner's adventures in real estate to Robert De Niro's restaurants, Woody Harrelson's wheat-waste paper mill and Susan Sarandon's table-tennis-themed nightclubs, THR's rundown of the profits and perils of moonlighting. READ MORE
The Hollywood Reporter's Entertainment Business Managers Power Breakfast celebrating the top business managers in Hollywood, these are the moneymen, moneywoman, people who handle the finances for some of the top stars in Hollywood. READ MORE