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Sian Heder on How Winning an Oscar Changed Her Life (But Not Her Car)

The Oscar-winning filmmaker of best picture winner 'CODA' explains how her life has and has not changed since she won gold in 2022: "There's an incredible…

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Sian Heder on How Winning an Oscar Changed Her Life (But Not Her Car)

A new crop of winners will soon find out how owning an Oscar can change one’s life and career, which is why The Hollywood Reporter asked Siân Heder at the recent Spirit Awards how having one has impacted hers. Heder, a winner for best adapted screenplay last year for her work on the best picture […]

‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Producer on What Rapper Lil Jon Had to Do With Decision to Take Party Bus to Oscars

The makers of Everything Everywhere All at Once had a celebratory solution for the task of transporting everyone everywhere all at once on Oscar night: a fleet of party buses. The best picture-winning team hit the town in supersized rides, traversing from the 95th Oscars to afterparties including Vanity Fair’s event at the Wallis Annenberg […]

Ryan Raftery to Debut Kris Jenner-Inspired Musical ‘Mother of the Year’ at Joe’s Pub

When Ryan Raftery hits the stage at Joe’s Pub this week in Mother of the Year, a parody musical inspired by iconic Hollywood momager Kris Jenner, he’ll have something special in his arsenal: a wig that may or may not have sat on her head. “Kris’ hair guy sent me a wig, but I’m not […]

Oscars: Inside Vanity Fair’s Starry Afterparty Where A-Listers Waited in Line and Justin Bieber Wore a Blanket

There’s a scene in Clueless that finds Alicia Silverstone’s Cher fielding a surprise phone call from her father, Mel Horowitz, played by the great Dan Hedaya, who wants her home immediately. “I expect you to walk in this door in 20 minutes,” he demands, a tall order considering Cher is at a party in the […]

MPTF’s ‘Night Before’ Hosts Oscar Nominees Cate Blanchett, Austin Butler, Angela Bassett and Colin Farrell

Saturday, aka the night before the Oscars, proved to be a starry night on the Fox lot. The Motion Picture & Television Fund mounted its annual “Night Before” party, and the 21st annual fundraiser was typically teeming with Oscar winners and nominees, filmmakers, executives and entertainment industry insiders. The results are cause for celebration as […]

Reese Witherspoon on Dream to Play Tambourine on ‘Daisy Jones & the Six’

Reese Witherspoon played it cool when asked by THR at the Daisy Jones & The Six premiere to reveal what kind of creative notes she offered to the team behind her company Hello Sunshine’s high-profile adaptation of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s best-selling novel. “I had some notes,” she said with a smile at the show’s premiere […]

‘Young and the Restless’ Cast Digs Up the Past to Honor Milestone 50th Anniversary

A dozen actors from The Young and the Restless took a break from the grind of soap opera duties to mark the show’s 50th anniversary March 1 by doing something that can’t happen every day: unearthing a time capsule that was buried on the CBS Television City lot for 25 years. Interred on March 26, […]

Cara Delevingne Says Concerning Paparazzi Images Led to Rehab Stay, Sobriety Journey: “I Was Not OK”

Cara Delevingne sparked widespread concern after paparazzi images captured at a private airport in L.A. last September showed the model and actress looking disheveled and acting erratically upon returning from Burning Man. Now, in a revealing cover interview with Vogue, the 30-year-old said she’s grateful for those images because it sent her on a path […]

Where in the World Is ‘Banshees of Inisherin’ Star Jenny the Donkey?

She’s one of the most talked-about stars of awards season, a screen newcomer whose scene-stealing debut performance has been gushed over in countless column inches, and whose name has been called out in numerous acceptance speeches. Yet Jenny the miniature donkey — plucked from Equidae obscurity by Martin McDonagh and thrown in among the A-list […]

‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Star Stephanie Hsu on Starring Opposite “Silly” Ryan Gosling

Stephanie Hsu snagged her first Oscar nomination for her work in The Daniels’ Everything Everywhere All at Once and this awards season, it seems that she’s been needed everywhere all at once. In between appearances at the DGA Awards, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, the Oscar nominees luncheon, the AFI Awards, the Critics Choice Awards, […]

Spirit Awards: 9 Things the Cameras Missed

Film Independent posted up on Santa Monica Beach on Saturday for the Spirit Awards, the biggest party for the independent film scene. While cameras captured the live show for a stream on IMDb (a first after being aired on IFC for years), The Hollywood Reporter was inside the iconic white tent on the beach to bring you […]

Bozoma Saint John Recalls Asking for God’s Help With “Résumé Mess” Before Landing Job With Dr. Dre, Jimmy Iovine

Over the years, Bozoma Saint John has ascended the ranks at Pepsi, Uber, Apple Music and Endeavor, ultimately landing in the C-suite as head of marketing at Netflix (before leaving in March 2022). But, as she writes in her new memoir, The Urgent Life: My Story of Love, Loss, and Survival, she did so without […]

Oscars: Complete Guide to 2023 Red Carpet Events and Parties (Updating)

Event producers are gearing up to roll out miles of red carpet in Los Angeles this week for what is shaping up to be a packed schedule of starry parties and gatherings to celebrate the 95th annual Academy Awards. The Hollywood Reporter has gathered intel on all the events below. Monday, March 6 International Women’s Day SummitWaldorf Astoria […]

Why ‘Palm Trees and Power Lines’ Movie Is a “Hard Watch” for Star Jonathan Tucker

Since starting his career in the mid-1990s, Jonathan Tucker has racked up some 60 film and TV credits. But with his newest, the indie drama Palm Trees and Power Lines, the 40-year-old faced one of his toughest challenges. The film, which marks the feature debut of Jamie Dack (who won a directing prize at the […]

James Cameron Convenes ‘Avatar 2’ Fans for Unfiltered Feedback: “We’re Not Looking for Praise”

Days before James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water splashed its way past his 1997 film, Titanic, on the global box office charts to become the No. 3 movie of all time (not adjusted for inflation), the filmmaker took a seat on the Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank to do something he said he’s […]

Apple TV+ Series ‘Jane’ Inspires California Science Center Exhibit for Kids, Families

Jane is coming to life at the California Science Center in Los Angeles. Apple TV+ and Sinking Ship Entertainment announced a new kids museum experience based on Jane, the forthcoming 10-episode mission-driven series inspired by the work of Dr. Jane Goodall. The exhibit will be called “Jane’s Endangered Animal Experience” and will post up in […]