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Stephen Galloway

<p><em>THR</em> executive editor, features moderating <em>Hollywood Reporter</em>'s roundtable series; contributing award contender cover stories in print.</p>

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How ‘Streetcar Named Desire’ Drove Vivien Leigh to the Edge of Insanity

Fourteen years after Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh had embarked on an adulterous affair — leading them to abandon their spouses and children, unable to tear themselves apart, finally marrying in 1940 — their all-consuming love had begun to fray. The pressure of living under a glare of publicity, the microscopic attention paid to their […]

Rush Limbaugh, Radio Talk Show Host and Conservative Firebrand, Dies at 70

He swayed the right and outraged the left in more than four divisive decades on the air.

Watch Out, Hollywood: Harvey’s Coming For You

As Harvey Weinstein mounts a defense, he's likely to implicate Hollywood for knowing what he was up to and doing nothing about it.

TV’s Stormy Daniels Obsession Distorts What Really Matters

The sordid and the squalid are still given priority over anything that might shape actual lives.

Lupita Nyong’o: From Political Exile to Oscar to Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’

The actress — who has an Academy Award, beauty megadeals and two Disney franchises — opens up about her globe-trotting childhood, lingering insecurities and why she went public on Weinstein: "I couldn't sleep. I needed to get it out."

Harassment, Scandal and the Media: Is a Hollywood Witch Hunt Brewing?

Journalism is at its best exposing wrongdoing, and at its worst repeating unverified allegations.

At Home With George Clooney in Italy: Amal, the Twins, Politics and an Incendiary New Movie

On Lake Como with the 'Suburbicon' director and his family as he revels in a new life off-camera ("I'm a very good diaper guy"), swaps texts with Obama, reveals how he'll spend a $200 million tequila windfall and grapples with restlessness about art, race and justice that may hold clues to a career after Hollywood.

Why Any Movie About Trump Should Make Us Love the Man, Not Hate Him

Any filmmaker looking to explore the current president on screen needs to portray him as something more than just a pompadoured pinhead.

Johnny Depp: A Star in Crisis and the Insane Story of His “Missing” Millions

What happened to $650 million? An explosive legal battle between one of Hollywood's best-paid actors and the business managers he fired has laid bare tumultuous finances, outrageous spending and troubling behavior on Disney's new 'Pirates' movie in a case that could even change how the industry does business.

Paramount Seeking Studio Chief, But Who Would Want the Job Now?

Brad Grey's exit comes amid a $450 million loss, a tug-of-war with Viacom's CFO and a plan to impose a "steering committee" to greenlight movies, which may hurt the effort to recruit his replacement.

Billy Bush and the New Ethics of Entertainment Journalism

The fall of the 'Today' co-host doesn't just mean a blip in his career; it means the end of a certain kind of journalism.

Oliver Stone on Edward Snowden: “America Is Fed Bullshit and We Buy It” (Q&A)

The outspoken helmer recalls clandestine meetings with the exiled whistleblower, missing his mother's funeral to make 'Snowden' ("I would have had to cut like four days of filming. And we couldn't afford it") and why he cut Donald?Trump out of 'Wall?Street': "He was good. I have no complaint."