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Hilary Lewis

Deputy Editor, East Coast, THR.com

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Paramount+, CBS, MTV to Air Taylor Hawkins London Tribute Concert

An all-star tribute concert honoring late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins will air across Paramount’s streaming and linear platforms next month. The Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert Sept. 3 at Wembley Stadium in London will stream live on Paramount+ (in the U.S.), Pluto TV (internationally) and MTV’s YouTube channels (globally) starting Saturday, Sept. 3 at 11:30 […]

‘General Hospital’ Actress Lindsey Pearlman’s Cause of Death Revealed

General Hospital actress Lindsey Pearlman’s cause of death has been revealed nearly six months after she was found dead in Los Angeles. According to the Los Angeles County coroner’s office, Pearlman died by suicide from sodium nitrite toxicity. The case was closed Aug. 1, the coroner’s office tells The Hollywood Reporter. Pearlman, 43, had recurring […]

‘Call Jane’ Trailer: Elizabeth Banks Joins Forces With Underground Abortion Network

In the first trailer for the drama Call Jane, Elizabeth Banks plays a woman whose dangerous pregnancy leads her to seek an illegal abortion as she ultimately joins forces with the underground Jane collective in 1968 Chicago. The film, which premiered at Sundance, has become even more timely since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. […]

‘Never Have I Ever’ Boss on Helping Characters Become “Grown-Up Versions of Themselves” and Future of the Love Triangle Headed Into Final Season

Co-creator Lang Fisher talks about the Netflix teen comedy's central romance changing shape, how season three was about lead character Devi developing her self-confidence and what to expect thematically from the show's upcoming fourth season.

Alice Diop, Kelly Reichardt, Paul Schrader Movies Added to NY Film Festival Main Slate

Alice Diop, Kelly Reichardt, Paul Schrader, Park Chan-wook and Ruben Östlund are among the high-profile directors whose films are set to screen during the main slate of the 2022 New York Film Festival. Park’s Decision to Leave and Östlund’s Triangle of Sadness are among the Cannes prize-winners coming to the annual fall event in Manhattan […]

Kenan Thompson to Host 2022 Emmy Awards

Kenan Thompson is set to host the 2022 Emmy Awards, it was announced today. The Saturday Night Live star will emcee the ceremony airing on NBC and streaming live on Peacock on Monday, Sept. 12. “Being a part of this incredible evening where we honor the best of the television community is ridiculously exciting, and […]

Serena Williams Says She’s “Evolving Away From Tennis”

Tennis superstar Serena Williams is preparing to step away from the sport, she writes in a Vogue essay that posted on Tuesday. Williams writes that she doesn’t like the word “retirement,” but she says she’s moving on from tennis to focus on other businesses and her family. “I have never liked the word retirement,” she […]

NY Film Festival Sets ‘The Inspection’ as Closing Night Screening

The New York Film Festival has set A24 film The Inspection as its closing night screening. The drama, written and directed by Elegance Bratton (documentary Pier Kids, Viceland series My House) in his first narrative feature, is based on Bratton’s own experiences as a gay man in Marine Corps basic training after a decade living […]

‘Surface’ Team on Twists and Turns in the Gugu Mbatha-Raw Thriller: “You Won’t Know What to Expect”

After just a few episodes of Apple TV+’s Surface, viewers have already experienced a number of twists and turns, as what characters believe happened may not have taken place as they thought and those same characters’ motivations appear to shift. But those who think they know what the Apple TV+ thriller, starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw as […]

Laura Poitras Opioid Epidemic Doc to Screen as NY Film Fest Centerpiece

Laura Poitras’ opioid epidemic documentary All the Beauty and the Bloodshed is set to screen as the centerpiece movie at the 2022 NY Film Festival. The film from Participant weaves together two narratives: the life and career of artist Nan Goldin and the downfall of the Sackler family, which Goldin personally took on to hold […]

Noah Baumbach’s ‘White Noise’ to Open 2022 NY Film Festival

A month after making its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, Noah Baumbach’s film adaptation of Don DeLillo’s acclaimed novel White Noise will open the 2022 New York Film Festival. The Netflix title, starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, will have its North American premiere at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall in Manhattan on […]

Whoopi Goldberg Remembers Nichelle Nichols as “First Black Person I’d Ever Seen Who Made it to the Future”

Whoopi Goldberg took time to remember Star Trek star Nichelle Nichols on Monday’s The View. Goldberg, in her role as moderator on the ABC daytime show, spoke about Nichols in a segment midway through the Monday broadcast in which she and the other co-hosts discussed the numerous high-profile individuals who died recently including Bill Russell, […]