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Judge Upholds $1B Major Label Verdict Against Cox Communications

A U.S. District Court judge has upheld the $1 billion verdict against Cox Communications that found the cable and internet service provider liable for piracy infringement of over 10,000 musical works…

New Campaign Aims to Unseat Donald Trump With a Coordinated Music Effort

With the Democratic campaign to unseat President Donald Trump already well underway, a pair of music industry veterans turned activists are announcing a new initiative titled 46 for 46.

‘GLOW’ Music Supervisor Breaks Down ’80s Pop Gems in Season 2

'GLOW' music supervisor Bruce Gilbert talks to The Hollywood Reporter about the '80s pop songs featured in the second season of the Netflix wrestling series.

Michael C. Hall on the “Dexorcism” That Led to Netflix’s ‘Safe’

In a wide-ranging interview, the actor talks with THR about what he learned from David Bowie, Trump's America and, yes, his thoughts on a 'Dexter' (or 'Six Feet Under') reboot.

From ‘Straight Outta Compton’ to ‘Unsolved’: Meet Hollywood’s Go-To Tupac

Marcc Rose was also poised to play the late rapper in John Singleton's stalled Tupac biopic.

How ‘The Killing’ Backlash Influenced Veena Sud and Her Netflix Drama ‘Seven Seconds’

The showrunner talks with THR about how the divisive season one finale played a role in the anthology-style format of the Regina King starrer.

Joel McHale on Doing ‘The Soup’ 2.0 for Netflix and Why He Won’t Target Trump

The actor and host talks with THR about ending his beloved E! show and how 'The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale' compares.

From ‘The Big Sick’ to ‘Here and Now’: Holly Hunter Opens Up About Her Resurgence

The actress talks with THR about how good roles for her dried up after 'Saving Grace' ended and why she wanted to work with Alan Ball on his new HBO family drama.

‘Altered Carbon’: Inside the Drama’s 15-Year Road to Netflix

Showrunner Laeta Kalogridis talks with THR about claims of whitewashing, the portrayal of women and key changes from the source material.

Taylor Kitsch on ‘Waco,’ A ‘Friday Night Lights’ Movie and His Hollywood Lows

The actor talks with THR about how he overcame misfires 'John Carter' and 'Battleship' and, yes, weighs in on the long-rumored 'FNL' movie.

Inside ‘Madam Secretary’s’ Trump-Like Impeachment Episode

Co-star Keith Carradine, who plays the president on the CBS drama, talks with THR about the show's real-life parallels.

How ‘Insidious: The Last Key’ Muddles Its Most Important Message

The film starring an over-70 heroine makes earnest, if often clunky, stabs at progressiveness.