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Bryn Sandberg

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Rising Inflation Hits Hollywood as Production Costs “Have Shot Through the Roof”

With inflation hitting the U.S. economy at large, Hollywood is feeling the impact of it on its film and television production. The rising demand and sluggish supply of building materials is hampering

How Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program Pivoted Amid Pandemic

Starting in 2020, the participants in THR and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles' WIE Mentorship Program pivoted to Zoom connections, including mock interviews: 'I learned to speak up…

All-Female Mentoring Group Femtors Aims to Help Rising Hollywood Execs Achieve “Career Longevity”

Femtors, founded by WME partner Cori Wellins, pairs top Hollywood women with mid-level-position executives to create 'career longevity': 'We're really looking at filling out the upper parts of the pyr…

Hallmark Programming Exec Michelle Vicary Steps Down

Crown Media’s lead programming and production executive, Michelle Vicary, is stepping down. She will leave her post as executive vp programming at the beginning of June after 22 years with the

Gavin Newsom Adds $30M to California’s Film Incentives Program

As states continue to open up and the film industry kicks back into high gear, Gov. Gavin Newsom is attempting to lure more productions to California. The governor has added $30 million to the

Tyler Perry Fills Out Cast for Netflix Film ‘A Jazzman’s Blues’

Eight actors have joined the movie, which will be written, directed and produced by Perry.

Studios, Guilds Agree to Extend Return-to-Work Safety Protocols to June 30

The current agreement, which was reached last September, is up April 30.

Hulu Lands Stanford Sugar Baby Ring Drama Series Following Bidding War (Exclusive)

The darkly comedic series, '$ugar,' hails from rising writer and producer Kimi Howl Lee.

Production in Los Angeles Keeps Rebounding as More Film and TV Projects Return

Film permit requests were up 45 percent from February to March.

Will Packer Won’t Move Productions Out of Georgia Despite New Voting Law

"I'm going to stay shooting in Georgia," the Atlanta-based producer said.

‘The Flight Attendant’ and ‘Chad’ to Move Production to California

The state will welcome both series for their second seasons.

‘Euphoria’ Showrunner to Produce Adaptation of Novel ‘Ohio’ for HBO (Exclusive)

The 'Euphoria' showrunner will produce Stephen Markley's adaptation of his debut novel about a small town reunion.