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Jon Favreau Unveils ‘Star Wars’ Series ‘The Mandalorian,’ Marvel Plans and a New Venture

With 'The Lion King,' 'Spider-Man: Far From Home,' Netflix's 'Chef Show' and now the Disney+ series about to drop a trailer at D23, Jon Favreau chats about his next endeavor and how he plans to bridge storytelling and technology (and Hollywood with Silicon Valley).

THR’s First-Ever Live Roundtable: 6 Stars on Harassment, Nude Scenes and People They “Despise”

Bryan Cranston, Armie Hammer, Robert Pattinson, Diane Kruger, Margot Robbie and Octavia Spencer sat down before a studio audience for The Hollywood Reporter's inaugural movie star summit about their craft, the cons of social media and how one ended up with a severed human foot.

Power Lawyers Returns! Nominations Now Accepted for Top Entertainment Attorneys List 2017

The annual special issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine publishes April 26.

‘Shameless’ Star Emmy Rossum Demands Equal Pay and More for Season 8 (Exclusive)

The renegotiations are holding up the renewal for the veteran Showtime dramedy.

Ex-Obama Speechwriter Jon Favreau Wants to Put Anxious Hillary “Bedwetters” at Ease

With ex-Obama staffers Jon Lovett, Dan Pfeiffer and Tommy Vietor, Favreau hosts the popular 'Keepin' It 1600' podcast and says liberals shouldn't worry: "The race, to us, has been remarkably stable when you look at the fundamentals, which most of the horse-race coverage doesn't do."

TV Titans Roundtable: 5 Chiefs Spar Over the Future (and Netflix’s Role as Arch-Frenemy)

"More is not better. Only better is better," says HBO's Richard Plepler as he joins Netflix's Ted Sarandos, A+E's Nancy Dubuc, AMC's Josh Sapan and NBCUniversal's Bonnie Hammer for a discussion to debate the industry's 'Game of Thrones'-style fight for viewers, dwindling ratings, monetization, innovation — and the bragging rights of being the first to figure it all out.

Power Lawyers Returns! Nominations Now Accepted for Top Entertainment Attorneys List 2016

The annual special issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine publishes April 20 with an all-new category devoted to studio and in-house lawyers.

Michael Jackson Estate Sued for Shutting Down Tribute Film ‘Messages to Michael’

Sharad Chandra Patel claims he was assigned a contract from his dying son to make a movie about Jackson's fans, but the late entertainer's executors won't provide home video footage or music rights.

ITV Calls Off Purchase of The Weinstein Co. TV Division

The U.K. TV giant has been acquiring U.S., U.K. and other production companies.

UTA Fires Back at CAA Defections Lawsuit: “A Flailing and Desperate Attempt to Save Face” (Exclusive)

"Despite what CAA would like to believe, its front doors are not a one-way turnstile," reads the response to the lawsuit.

How the Nasty ‘Godzilla’ Lawsuit Could Affect Jilted Employees

Dan Lin, Roy Lee and Doug Davidson say they were promised producer credits on the movie, but Legendary contends they didn't do much to justify being included.

Oscars 2015: Early Best Picture Predictions

Meryl Streep's musical, Angelina Jolie's next directorial effort and David Fincher's "Gone Girl" adaptation are among the films already getting buzz.