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This Year, Hollywood’s China Relationship Finally Unraveled

It doesn’t matter how accommodating the industry may be — the next phase of the Xi Jinping era may be defined by less space for Western content.

“We Are Not Meant to Be Isolated”: Denis Villeneuve, Mahershala Ali, Rebecca Hall and the THR Producer Roundtable

Producers Tim White ('King Richard'), Laura Berwick ('Belfast') and Tanya Seghatchian ('The Power of the Dog') also talk about the importance of the theatrical experience and gun safety on sets after the 'Rust' tragedy.

Lena Dunham, Kanye West, Princess Diana Movies on Tap for Sundance

The indie film mecca returns to an in-person event with a smaller lineup but perhaps more hot-button fare than usual.

Amid Legal Jeopardy, Jussie Smollett Is Shopping New Projects

Dropped by UTA and facing charges over allegedly staging a hate crime in January 2019, the actor-director has nevertheless found financing for a film and a proposed TV series.

Sundance and Berlin Festivals Resist Altering Plans Amid Omicron Fears

The COVID-19 variant is derailing press tours for projects like Netflix’s 'Don’t Look Up,' but 2022 organizers are forging on with in-person events.

Why ‘Bond’ Mogul Barbara Broccoli Has Earned a License to Chill

For nearly three decades, the shockingly modest producer (and former Hollywood Reporter intern) has steered the James Bond franchise through multiple reinventions — including handpicking Daniel Craig — and now sits atop a 007 empire worth billions. Just don’t tell her she has power and influence: "I’m boring," she says.

John McAfee Film in the Works From ‘Plot Against the President’ Director (Exclusive)

Amanda Milius, whose Russiagate critique became one of the most successful docs of 2020, has acquired rights to Mark Eglinton’s upcoming book 'No Domain: The John McAfee Tapes.'

Hollywood Warms to Saudi Arabia’s Money Again

It wasn’t too long ago that power brokers rushed to distance themselves from the country after the killing of columnist Jamal Khashoggi. Now it’s hosting a star-studded film festival and backing big-budget features with U.S. talent.

Why Streamers Are Stalling on Sharing Data

Success is subjective, subscriber bases vary wildly, and confusing metrics math has left Hollywood with little more to go on than "we know hot programming when we see it."

Hollywood Studio Projects Get Stricter About COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

As the federal government pushes employers to act, producers are increasingly enforcing the requirements: “Nobody wants an Aaron Rodgers situation."

Eight Deaths at Travis Scott Astroworld Concert Include 14-Year-Old, Official Calls for Independent Investigation

Houston authorities said victims range in age from 14 to 27, show's security procedures are being investigated: "Perhaps the plans were good, but they weren't followed. Perhaps it was something else entirely."

Bob Iger Quietly Working on New Book (Exclusive)

While plotting his next professional chapter, the Disney chairman has begun drafting a follow-up to 2019’s memoir 'The Ride of a Lifetime.'