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‘Judy’: 6 of the Film’s Stars and Their Real-Life Inspirations

Take a look at Renee Zellweger and more of the famous cast of Judy Garland biopic 'Judy' and their real-life inspirations.

Emmys: 18 Memorable LGBTQ Winners and Nominees

Ahead of the 2019 Emmy Awards, take a look back at memorable LGBTQ winners and nominees, including Lily Tomlin, Ellen DeGeneres, Ryan Murphy, Wanda Sykes, Jim Parsons, Neil Patrick Harris, Jane Lynch, Laverne Cox, RuPaul Charles, Ricky Martin and Jonathan Van Ness.

Netflix’s New Releases Coming in August 2019

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will be added to Netflix in August 2019.

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in August

Take a look at the titles that will disappear from Netflix next month.

‘Juliet, Naked’ and ‘Maiden’ Doc Set for First Northwoods Film Festival

Rose Byrne and Ethan Hawke's 'Juliet, Naked' and sailboat-race doc 'Maiden' are among the movies set for the first annual Northwoods Film Festival in Wisconsin in 2019. Check out the full lineup.

Naomi Watts, ‘Luce’ Director on How the Film Explores Issues of Race, Identity for Kids

Naomi Watts and 'Luce' director Julius Onah spoke to The Hollywood Reporter at the movie's New York red-carpet screening about the complex relationship between the film's two white parents and their adopted black son, and what it's like releasing such a movie just as President Trump makes racist comments about minority congresswomen.

11 Memorable Movies About Space Exploration

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20, 1969, take a look at 11 memorable movies about space exploration.

‘Playing With Fire’ Trailer: Uptight Firefighter John Cena Becomes a Babysitter in Family Comedy

Paramount has released the trailer for the new family comedy 'Playing with Fire,' starring professional wrestler turned actor John Cena. In the film, Cena plays an uptight fire superintendent who must faces his hardest task yet— babysitting three kids he and his crew rescued until they can locate their parents.

Emmys Polls: Who Should Win in the Limited Series and TV Movie Categories?

Vote below for who you think will win Emmys in the TV movie and limited series categories and keep checking to see who is in the lead.

Emmys Polls: Who Should Win in the Comedy Categories?

Vote for who you think should win the 2019 Emmys for best comedy series, best actor in a comedy series and best actress in a comedy series.

Team Behind Jesse Eisenberg Starrer ‘Art of Self-Defense’ Talks Using Satire to Explore What It Means to Be a Man

Jesse Eisenberg and 'Art of Self-Defense' director Riley Stearns talk to The Hollywood Reporter about how the violent, dark comedy uses satire to explore masculinity and being comfortable in one's own skin.

How ‘I Love You, Now Die’ Aims to Show Michelle Carter Texting Suicide Case in Different Light

Erin Lee Carr and the team behind 'I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter' talk about how the HBO doc aims to portray defendant Michelle Carter in a new light. She was convicted of involuntary manslaughter after the then-17-year-old seemingly encouraged her boyfriend, Conrad Roy, 18, to kill himself through text messages and phone calls.