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Ryan Gajewski

Staff Editor, Digital

Ryan Gajewski is THR's Digital Staff Editor. He previously worked as a writer and editor at E! News, Playboy, Us Weekly and The Wrap. His work has earned both the National Arts & Entertainment Journalism and Southern California Journalism awards. Gajewski's play "George and Laura Bush Perform… Our Favorite Sitcom Episodes" has been produced in NYC starring Jen Tullock ("Severance") as Laura. He is co-author of the Penguin Random House book "Los Angeles Like a Local."

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‘Vanderpump Rules’ Star Ariana Madix Reveals First Look at Lifetime Movie Role Amid Scandoval Drama

Vanderpump Rules standout Ariana Madix is staying focused on her future as Bravo prepares to unveil the highly anticipated final episode from its three-part reunion special centering on the controversy known as “Scandoval.” On Wednesday, Lifetime revealed the first images of Madix as Officer Karen in its forthcoming movie Buying Back My Daughter that also […]

Tiffany Haddish, Sam Richardson Investigate Murder at Wedding in ‘The Afterparty’ Season 2 Trailer

The trailer for the second season of Apple TV+ comedy series The Afterparty teases the return of castmembers Tiffany Haddish, Sam Richardson and Zoë Chao as a new mystery unfolds. Ahead of the season’s July 12 launch, footage was released Wednesday from the Chris Miller-created series. In the spot, Detective Danner (Haddish), Aniq (Richardson) and […]

Rachel Sennott, Ayo Edebiri Start a High School Fight Club to Hook Up With Cheerleaders in ‘Bottoms’ Trailer

Rachel Sennott and Ayo Edebiri are literally fighting for a chance to find love at their high school in the first full trailer for the forthcoming comedy Bottoms. Director Emma Seligman’s feature focuses on PJ (Sennott) and Josie (Edebiri), who start a fight club in an unconventional effort to lose their virginities to two popular […]

Disney Creators Vent Over Disappearing Film and TV Shows On Streaming

Eliza Skinner had no idea that her Disney+ series Earth to Ned would be permanently taken off the platform until a text on the show’s writer group chat in mid-May shared an article about Disney removing more than 70 films and series from its streaming services that month. Among the disappearing titles was the comedic […]

Adam Devine and Pierce Brosnan Team Up After a Bank Robbery in Netflix’s ‘The Out-Laws’ Trailer

Adam Devine discovers he has a lot to learn about Nina Dobrev’s family life after he meets her parents, played by Pierce Brosnan and Ellen Barkin, in the trailer for the Netflix action-comedy film The Out-Laws. The feature from director Tyler Spindel (The Wrong Missy) centers on bank manager Owen (Devine), who finally meets the […]

Kim Cattrall Takes Charge as the Head of a Makeup Empire in Netflix’s ‘Glamorous’ Trailer

Kim Cattrall faces plenty of drama as the head of a beloved makeup line in the first full trailer for the Netflix series Glamorous. Cattrall stars as cosmetics mogul Madolyn Addison, who hires gender-nonconforming queer man Marco Mejia (Miss Benny) to help revitalize her Glamorous beauty brand. The series debuts June 22 and also stars […]

‘Vanderpump Rules’ Reunion Reveals Tom Sandoval and Raquel Leviss’ Private Chat About Ariana Madix; Restraining Order Update

The second part of the Vanderpump Rules reunion special featured the first on-camera conversation between Tom Sandoval and Raquel Leviss since season 10 finished airing, and it also updated viewers on the temporary restraining order that Leviss filed against Scheana Shay in the aftermath of Sandoval cheating on longtime partner Ariana Madix. After last week’s […]

Sharon Stone Discusses Challenges With Getting Work Since Her Stroke, Rails Against “Anti-Woke Bullsh**” at THR’s Raising Our Voices Event

Sharon Stone kicked off The Hollywood Reporter’s Raising Our Voices luncheon gala Wednesday with an impassioned speech about her health journey and the challenges she has faced as a result of speaking up for herself. Stone opened the second annual event that was held at Audrey Irmas Pavilion and GenSpace in Los Angeles and featured […]

‘The Flash’ Director Andy Muschietti on Ezra Miller’s Potential Future With Franchise: No One Else “Can Play That Character as Well”

With The Flash finally ready to hit the ground running, filmmaker Andy Muschietti is weighing in on whether he would want embattled star Ezra Miller involved in a possible sequel to the Warner Bros. superhero feature. Muschietti and producing partner Barbara Muschietti sat down for an upcoming episode of podcast The Discourse podcast ahead of […]

‘Succession’ Star Brian Cox Reflects on Series After Finale Airs: “The Greatest Work Experience Ever”

As the world continues to discuss the Succession series finale, Brian Cox is sharing heartfelt thoughts about his time playing Logan Roy for HBO’s Emmy-winning drama. The actor, who debuted as the Roy patriarch in the premiere episode that aired in June 2018, took to his Instagram Stories on Monday to express his appreciation for […]

‘Vanderpump Rules’: Chaotic Reunion Begins With Ariana Madix and Tom Sandoval’s Tension, Threats of Violence

The long-anticipated Vanderpump Rules reunion finally kicked off with tears, hostility and even threats of violence as Lisa Vanderpump and her crew hashed out the much-debated controversy surrounding Tom Sandoval cheating on longtime partner Ariana Madix with their co-star Raquel Leviss. Bravo aired its first installment of the three-part reunion Wednesday, as host Andy Cohen […]

Joe Jonas Admits He Was “So Jealous” When Brother Nick Landed ‘The Voice’ Gig: “I Cried My Eyes Out”

Nick Jonas has a solo hit called “Jealous,” but it’s his older brother Joe Jonas who is admitting to feeling that very way due to a recent gig that his sibling landed. Joe, Nick and Kevin Jonas, who comprise the band Jonas Brothers, were guests on the Armchair Expert podcast for an episode released Monday. […]