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Searchlight Sets Release Date for Jonathan Majors Bodybuilding Drama ‘Magazine Dreams’

Searchlight Pictures has set a year-end release date for the Jonathan Majors-starring bodybuilder drama Magazine Dreams. Writer-director Elijah Bynum’s feature will hit theaters on Dec. 8, 2023, at the height of the awards season when Majors would be in the running for a best actor nomination. Magazine Dreams earned strong reviews when it bowed at […]

Millie Bobby Brown to Release Debut Novel ‘Nineteen Steps’ in September

Millie Bobby Brown is adding published author to her resume. William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins, announced Friday that the Stranger Things and Enola Holmes star’s debut novel Nineteen Steps will publish this September. Nineteen Steps is a historical novel inspired by the actress’s own family history with Brown’s grandmother Ruth having survived the Bethnal Green […]

Interscope Partners With NFL for Career Day to Show Players What’s Possible Off the Field

About 20 current and former NFL players — including DK Metcalf, Joe Haden, Derwin James and Darren Waller — sat around an open gathering space at the headquarters for Interscope Geffen A&M Records in Santa Monica, California. But they weren’t there to preview new music. Instead, the athletes gained insight from executives about opportunities that […]

‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ Director Chad Stahelski Breaks Down the Ending That Made the Studio Say, “Are You Insane?”

[The following story contains spoilers for John Wick: Chapter 4.] Ding-dong, the Wick is dead. John Wick: Chapter 4 director Chad Stahelski has closed the book on Keanu Reeves’ revered assassin, John Wick, and it comes as quite a shock considering there was once a plan to shoot John Wick: Chapter 5 on the heels […]

Neon Nabs Anne Hathaway Starrer ‘Eileen’

Neon has acquired the Anne Hathaway starrer Eileen for North America, with plans to release the film this fall. Eileen, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, is based on the 2015 novel from Ottessa Moshfegh. It stars Thomasin McKenzie as Eileen, a peculiar young woman who works at a prison, where she is ostracized […]

New Adam McKay Movie Project, With Robert Pattinson, Amy Adams, Robert Downey Jr., Hits Hollywood Studios

After months of murmuring, the latest A-list ensemble project from The Big Short and Don’t Look Up filmmaker Adam McKay has hit Hollywood. Titled Average Height, Average Build, the project is being described as part serial killer thriller, part comedy, following a killer who uses political lobbyists to change laws in order to make it […]

‘Vanderpump Rules’ Star Raquel Leviss Plans to Drop Restraining Order Against Scheana Shay

Vanderpump Rules star Raquel Leviss says she plans to drop the temporary restraining order she had filed against co-star Scheana Shay, speaking out one day after the Bravo cast filmed its highly anticipated reunion show that involved both stars in Los Angeles. “I can confirm that my attorney took my case off the court calendar […]

2023 Series Mania: Four Key Takeaways

National protests in France threatened to disrupt the 2023 Series Mania television festival and international industry summit, but, in the end, the 2023 event went off without a hitch. Members of the global TV industry gathered in the northern French city of Lille to celebrate the best in new small-screen drama and ponder the future […]

How Studios Are Making Sustainability the Default

This story is part of The Hollywood Reporter’s 2023 Sustainability Issue (click here to read more). HBO Green HBO Green’s overall aim is to lower the carbon footprint and implement sustainable practices across all production. But specific to HBO and HBO Max, all of the company’s scripted fiction shows where they are the lead producer […]

Netflix’s ‘You’ Renewed for Fifth and Final Season — With New Showrunners

Joe Goldberg will stalk one last time. Netflix has handed out a fifth and final season renewal to its Penn Badgley drama You. Showrunner Sera Gamble, who has steered the series through its first four seasons (including its original run on Lifetime), is stepping back from her day-to-day role on the series. Fellow exec producers […]

Tony Shalhoub to Play Disgraced Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn in Michael Winterbottom TV Drama ‘Fall of the God of Cars’ for Fremantle

Carlos Ghosn, the disgraced Nissan exec whose dramatic fall from grace as one of the biggest names in the motoring industry has already led to several documentaries, is getting the scripted treatment. Emmy winner Tony Shalhoub (Monk, The Marvelous Miss Maisel) will play the Brazilian-Lebanese exec in the newly-announced six-part drama Fall of the God […]

Kiefer Sutherland on ‘Rabbit Hole’ and Looking Back at ‘The Lost Boys’

Kiefer Sutherland returns to TV on Sunday with his new Paramount+ series Rabbit Hole — the actor’s latest thriller following Fox’s iconic 24 and his ABC/Netflix series Designated Survivor. The 56-year-old Sutherland delivers his trademark mix of charm, intensity and desert-dry humor as he plays John Weir, a morally shady corporate spy who finds himself […]

‘Measures of Men’ Addresses Forgotten German Genocide in Africa

Director Lars Kraume knows a bit about the hidden corners of German history. His award-winning 2015 drama The People Vs. Fritz Bauer looked at the role played by the eponymous German Jewish state Attorney General in tracking down and bringing Nazi criminal Adolf Eichmann to justice. And his 2018 The Silent Revolution followed the true […]

Box Office: ‘John Wick 4’ Blazes to $8.9M in Thursday Previews

Lionsgate’s John Wick: Chapter 4 shot up the Thursday evening box office with a huge $8.9 million in previews. The fourth installment in the marquee Lionsgate action franchise is tracking to open to a franchise-best $65 million to $70 million in its domestic box office opening, more than enough to kill off the competition, including […]

‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ Showrunners on Depicting Women in the ’70s, the Final Concert and That Hopeful Ending

[This story contains spoilers for the full season of Daisy Jones & The Six.] Life is already messy without sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll making things more complicated. Just ask the showrunners of Daisy Jones & The Six Scott Neustadter and Will Graham, who address that and more in their Amazon series adaptation of […]

Actors’ Equity Launches Political Action Committee Ahead of 2024 Election (Exclusive)

Actors’ Equity Association is forming its own political action committee. The union for more than 51,000 stage managers and actors will be launching the PAC in the first week of April, with the goal of contributing money to federal candidates who support Actors’ Equity priorities. These include more arts funding, expanded health care coverage, protecting […]

Shawn Ryan Opens Up About WGA Negotiations, Netflix’s ‘Night Agent’ and How ‘Terriers’ Was Ahead of Its Time

Welcome to the 207th episode of TV’s Top 5, The Hollywood Reporter’s TV podcast. Every week, hosts Lesley Goldberg (West Coast TV editor) and Daniel Fienberg (chief TV critic) break down the latest TV news with context from the business and critical sides, welcome showrunners, executives and other guests, and provide a critical guide of what to watch (or skip, as […]

Oscar Winner ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ Leads German Film Awards Nominations With 12

To no one’s surprise, Edward Berger’s epic WWI drama All Quiet on the Western Front is the front runner for this year’s German film awards. The Netflix feature, which picked up nine Oscar nominations and won four — both records for a German movie — received 12 nominations on Friday for Germany’s top cinema honor, […]