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When 72-Year-Old Sherry Lansing is on a Magazine Cover: Photo Freakouts and a Hollywood Ageism Epiphany

The former Paramount chief was terrified to be photographed, but, writes THR's former editor Janice Min, she quickly became a role model for growing older gracefully.

Songwriter Roundtable: Justin Timberlake, Sting, Alicia Keys and More Hitmakers on Gender Bias, Trump’s “Hitler-Level” Rhetoric and Fears of a “Divided States of America”

The artists behind songs in this season's movies — also including Tori Amos, John Legend and Pharrell Williams — join THR's first-ever songwriter roundtable discussion to reveal the feeling of "blacking out" (in a good way), the freedom of not wearing makeup and their concerns for a post-election America.

THR 100: How the Staff Put Together This Power List

President and chief creative officer Janice Min explains the ranking process, the lack of diversity and what simple test determined the differential players.

#OscarsSoWhite: Academy Chiefs Reveal Behind-the-Scenes Drama That Led to Historic Change (Exclusive)

"It's not about political correctness," CEO Dawn Hudson, joined by president Cheryl Boone Isaacs, tells Janice Min as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' top brass sit for a lengthy, wide-ranging interview about Chris Rock, critics of the membership changes and how inclusion is essential for survival.

The Hollywood Reporter Rebirth Turns 5 Today

Back in 2010, the trade daily transformed into a glossy weekly magazine and website. Its editor, Janice Min, writes about what went into making it work.

The Hollywood Reporter to End Rankings for Women in Entertainment Power 100

In a reflection of the times, both THR, after 23 years, and sister publication Billboard will change their annual lists.

Top 25 Red Carpet Designers Celebrated With 4 Covers

The Hollywood Reporter's president and chief creative officer Janice Min introduces the second annual list celebrating high fashion and big business.

The Donald Trump Conversation: Murdoch, Ailes, NBC and the Rush of Being TV’s “Ratings Machine”

In his first magazine cover interview and photo shoot as the leading Republican, the reality TV presidential candidate lets loose on Hillary's email scandal ("Watergate on steroids"), Bill Cosby ("Was he drunk?"), whether he'll go on Megyn Kelly's show, why he won't accept vice president, Melania as first lady, and if he even needs Fox News and the haters.

Anne Sweeney on Her Final Days at Disney, Shadowing Angela Bassett and Joining Twitter

Hollywood's outgoing nine-time Most Powerful Woman is about to depart Disney as she revisits her shocking decision, reveals her progress in becoming a TV director, what she and Robert Iger talk about and how she'll judge success now

Disney Shocker: Top Exec Anne Sweeney to Exit to Become TV Director (Exclusive)

Hollywood's most powerful woman quits at the top after 18 years to become a TV director (yes, really!) as Disney CEO Bob Iger reveals his succession plan ("My goal is to do it fast") and both detail the full backstory in interviews with THR.

The New York Issue

THR devotes this, our second annual New York issue, to the East Coast side of the industry.

The Path to the Oscars

FROM THE EDITOR: Editorial director Janice Min looks back at THR's roundtable series, which featured many of this year's nominees.