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Hilary Lewis

Deputy Editor, East Coast,

Hilary Lewis is the East Coast Deputy Editor for The Hollywood Reporter's website, helping oversee digital coverage of entertainment news and key events. Based in the New York office, Lewis joined THR in 2013 after spending four years as a reporter/producer for The New York Post. Prior to that, she was an entertainment editor at Insider and an editorial assistant at Doubledown Media. She is a graduate of Duke University.

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus, ‘You Hurt My Feelings’ Team Break Down Fallout From “Betrayal”

[The following story contains spoilers from You Hurt My Feelings.] When Julia Louis-Dreyfus heard the concept behind her new movie You Hurt My Feelings, it immediately resonated with her. The project, from writer-director Nicole Holofcener, with whom Louis-Dreyfus worked on the 2013 film Enough Said, follows Louis-Dreyfus’ author character, Beth, as she’s working on a […]

Johnny Depp Fractures Ankle, Delaying Hollywood Vampires U.S. Tour Dates

Johnny Depp has suffered a “painful” ankle fracture, the actor and his band Hollywood Vampires revealed on Instagram Monday. In a letter posted to his Instagram stories, Depp explained the fracture. “It began as a hairline break but somewhere between Cannes and Royal Albert Hall, it got worse rather than better,” Depp wrote in part. […]

‘Smoking Tigers’ Filmmakers on Going From Untold Stories to Tribeca Competition: “We Wouldn’t Have This Opportunity Otherwise”

Since 2017, AT&T and the Tribeca Festival have provided financing and support to filmmakers from underrepresented backgrounds through the Untold Stories program, with the winner receiving $1 million, as well as mentorship and guidance, to turn their pitch into a feature film that gets a guaranteed screening at the following year’s Tribeca Festival. But this […]

Webby Awards Highlight Threat of AI Amid Backdrop of Writers Strike

The threat of AI replacing human creativity loomed large over the 2023 Webby Awards Monday night. During the New York ceremony honoring the best of the Internet, host Roy Wood Jr. frequently did battle with what was introduced as an AI voice, which claimed it could replace Wood Jr. as host due to all it […]

GLAAD Awards: ‘Fire Island,’ ‘Anything’s Possible,’ ‘We’re Here’ Among Winners

Fire Island, Anything’s Possible and We’re Here are among the 2023 GLAAD Media Award winners presented in New York Saturday night. Fire Island and Anything’s Possible tied for best streaming/TV film and We’re Here won for best reality series. Other award recipients announced Saturday night include The Problem With Jon Stewart (best variety or talk […]

Netflix’s New Releases Coming in May 2023

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s first scripted TV series, the Jennifer Lopez-starring action film The Mother and documentaries featuring Anna Nicole Smith and Barack Obama are among the high-profile projects hitting Netflix this month. At the end of May, the streamer is dropping the Schwarzenegger-starring spy comedy FUBAR, in which the former California governor and Top Gun: Maverick’s […]

‘Never Have I Ever’ Highlights Fallout From Season 3 Cliffhanger in Final-Season Trailer

Netflix’s Never Have I Ever is going out with a bang. The official trailer for the final batch of episodes of the coming-of-age high-school comedy from Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher sees season four kicking off right where season three ended. Though it appears Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) and Ben (Jaren Lewison) may have taken each […]

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race: All-Stars’ Cast Speak Out Against “Bigoted” Anti-Trans Legislation During MTV Movie & TV Awards

Castmembers from RuPaul’s Drag Race: All-Stars spoke out against legislation aimed at the LGBTQ community and responded to “threats against drag performers” in their acceptance speech for best competition series at the 2023 MTV Movie & TV Awards. “At this time it’s so important to hear queer and trans stories from queer and trans people, […]

MTV Movie & TV Awards Features Pretaped Sketches, Acceptance Speeches and “Best of” Clips Amid Writers Strike

The 2023 MTV Movie & TV Awards featured merely a handful of explicit references to the ongoing writers strike but the non-live event clearly looked different. The show featured numerous pretaped segments and acceptance speeches and clips both from upcoming movies and TV shows and previous editions of the MTV Movie & TV Awards. Additionally […]

Maria Menounos Reveals She Survived Pancreatic Cancer

Maria Menounos has revealed she survived a fight with stage 2 pancreatic cancer. The former E! News host, who in 2017 opened up about having surgery to remove a brain tumor, tells People that she was diagnosed in January and had surgery the next month to remove a pancreatic tumor. After suffering from painful leg […]

Tribeca: David Fincher, Paul McCartney Talks and ‘New Jack City’ Reunion Screening Added to Lineup

The 2023 Tribeca Festival has added panel discussions with David Fincher, Paul McCartney and Patty Jenkins and reunion screenings of New Jack City and How Stella Got Her Groove Back, the latter of which is celebrating its 25th anniversary. The annual New York festival, running from June 7-18, has announced the lineups for its Talks […]

Tony Nominations: Oscar Isaac, Danielle Brooks, ‘Ain’t No Mo,’ ‘1776’ Among Snubs and Surprises

The 2023 Tony Awards nominations featured a number of snubs and surprises, including an unexpected six nods for Ain’t No Mo, which closed shortly before the end of 2022 despite a star-studded effort to keep it going. It seems Tony voters well remembered this fall’s productions, handing out five nods for Cost of Living, which […]