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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."

‘Teen Wolf’ Alum Arden Cho Addresses Movie Release After Opting Out: “No Regrets”

Arden Cho, who played Kira on the MTV series Teen Wolf but does not appear in the new sequel film, took to social media on the day of the movie’s Paramount+ release to give an update on her mind-set. After a Twitter user posted Thursday that he was thinking of Cho that day because it […]

‘Party Down’ Trailer: Adam Scott Makes His Catering Return in Revived Comedy

The Party Down gang is back for seconds in the first full trailer teasing the Starz comedy’s long-awaited return. In the footage released Thursday ahead of the Feb. 24 launch, Adam Scott reprises his role as actor-bartender Henry Pollard, who finds himself unexpectedly reuniting a decade later with his former co-workers from the Party Down […]

Michael B. Jordan Gets Violent in ‘Saturday Night Live’ Promo

Michael B. Jordan might be a little too invested in his Creed III character during the first promo for his upcoming Saturday Night Live episode. Jordan is set to make his SNL hosting debut during the Jan. 28 installment of the NBC comedy series alongside musical guest Lil Baby. In a video released Wednesday, the […]

Lance Kerwin, ‘Salem’s Lot’ and ‘James at 15’ Actor, Dies at 62

Lance Kerwin, a former child star known for television projects James at 15, Salem’s Lot and The Loneliest Runner, has died. He was 62. Kerwin died Tuesday morning, according to his daughter Savanah. A cause of death was not given. In 1976, he starred as the younger version of Michael Landon’s character in NBC’s Landon-directed […]

Actor Julian Sands Remains Missing After 12 Days Amid Mount Baldy Search

The search continues for Julian Sands after the actor was reported missing 12 days ago in the Mount Baldy area of Southern California, according to the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department. “The Sheriff’s Department is closing in on the second full week of the search for missing hiker, Julian Sands,” read a statement issued Tuesday. “Numerous […]

Oscars: Steven Spielberg, Daniels, Martin McDonagh Nominated for Multiple Awards

Steven Spielberg, Martin McDonagh, Todd Field, Catherine Martin and the directing duo of Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert were among those nominated in multiple categories for the 95th Academy Awards when nominations were announced Tuesday. Everything Everywhere All at Once led the 2023 Oscars pack with 11 total nominations. This included three apiece for filmmakers […]

‘The Bachelor’: Zach Shallcross on His Premiere’s “Forced Kiss” and Being Called the “Boring Bachelor”

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the season 27 premiere of The Bachelor.] Zach Shallcross‘ season of ABC’s The Bachelor got started with the usual limo meet-and-greets, one abrupt exit and no shortage of kissing. Shallcross, who got his heart broken by Rachel Recchia during the previous season of The Bachelorette, had his own drama […]

‘The Bachelor’ Exec Answers Burning Questions About Zach Shallcross’ Season and the Future of the Franchise

There are few certainties with the passage of time, but one of them appears to be this: Every January, ABC will unveil a fresh new season of The Bachelor — with Zach Shallcross as this year’s pick to dole out the roses — and there will be no shortage of contestants accused of not being […]

Sundance Jurors Walk Out of Competition Screening After Technical Glitch With Captioning Device

Members of the Sundance Film Festival jury left a screening of a U.S. Dramatic Competition title Friday before seeing the film due to a glitch with the theater’s captioning devices, sources familiar with the situation tell The Hollywood Reporter. During the screening for Magazine Dreams, the Elijah Bynum-directed film that stars Jonathan Majors, the devices […]

Jeremy Renner Says He Broke 30 Bones in Snowplow Accident, Grateful for It “Uniting Actionable Love”

Jeremy Renner is letting fans know that he broke 30 bones in the New Year’s Day snowplow accident that led to his hospitalization, but that he continues to be on the road to recovery. The actor took to Instagram on Saturday to share a photo of himself receiving medical attention on his legs. “Morning workouts, […]

“We Haven’t Really Had a Breakout”: Top Unscripted TV Execs on Controversies, Trends and the Next Big Bets

As questions abound regarding the future of reality television at the start of the new year, it’s a good time to turn to the individuals behind some of the genre’s biggest success stories for answers. Walt Disney Television executive vp of unscripted and alternative Rob Mills, NBCUniversal senior vp of unscripted current production Kathleen French, […]

Aubrey Plaza Won’t Stop Slapping Herself in Intense ‘Saturday Night Live’ Promo

Aubrey Plaza has apparently done some unusual research ahead of her Saturday Night Live hosting debut. Following the NBC comedy series’ month-long hiatus, the White Lotus star will be the first SNL host of 2023 when she leads the Jan. 21 episode alongside musical guest Sam Smith. The previous episode, with Elvis star Austin Butler […]