Search results for: ""Ferris+Bueller's+Day+Off"++John+Hughes"
A Zelig of American politics and culture, best known for the "vast wasteland" speech he gave as JFK's FCC chair, reflects on helping to pave the way for public TV, presidential debates and the Obamas' marriage.
09/14/2020 by Scott Feinberg
Newly-minted co-executive producer Stephen "tWitch" Boss is also set to guest-host episodes during the upcoming season.
09/08/2020 by Katie Kilkenny
The second man to walk on the Moon, now an Emmy nominee for footage he shot more than 50 years ago, reflects on his path to NASA, his struggles after he left it, conspiracy theorists and why he is a believer in SpaceX.
09/07/2020 by Scott Feinberg
Netflix's 'Strong Black Lead' Marketing Team Shows the Power (and Business Benefit) of Amplifying Black Voices
The streamer's growing library of Black programming has led to spinoff projects (the #HeyQueen video series and 'Okay, Now Listen' podcast) and necessary conversations on race in the industry: "It's time to shift the narratives in Hollywood."
08/06/2020 by Shamira Ibrahim
Earlier, he worked as a writer and editor for 'Hit Parader' magazine.
07/31/2020 by Mike Barnes
Before the debut of 'Growing Belushi,' the former sitcom star reveals why he moved to Oregon to harvest the "plant that heals" and sheds new light on the "trauma of his life."
08/19/2020 by Seth Abramovitch
The Golden Globe winner, for a semi-autobiographical show about a Muslim American millennial's identity crisis, reflects on his own relationship with faith, how stand-up comedy changed his life and good, bad and ugly responses to his show.
08/30/2020 by Scott Feinberg
Berry is making her directorial debut with the drama that is premiering at TIFF.
09/11/2020 by Borys Kit
Critics' Conversation: 'I May Destroy You,' 'P-Valley' and Other Summer TV Greats, Groans and Guilty Pleasures
THR's TV critics break down the delights and disappointments of Summer 2020's small-screen offerings, including 'I May Destroy You,' 'P-Valley,' 'Lovecraft Country,' 'Perry Mason,' 'Immigration Nation' and — yes — 'Selling Sunset.'
08/28/2020 by Daniel Fienberg, Inkoo Kang
The one-off special was poised to shoot in August but the pandemic has pushed that date again.
08/07/2020 by Lesley Goldberg
The two music stars have teamed for a crowdfunding campaign aimed at restoring voting rights in Florida for the formerly convicted, along with private donations from Jeffrey Katzenberg and Steven Spielberg.
09/23/2020 by Kirsten Chuba
The awards were handed out over five nights this week in ceremonies hosted by Nicole Byer.
09/14/2020 by Kimberly Nordyke, Hilary Lewis
The beloved character actor reflects on being one of 10 kids born to Lebanese immigrants, the restless streak that led to his greatest successes and why, in his sixties, he's relishing new challenges.
08/14/2020 by Scott Feinberg
Selena Gomez Shares Private Message to Facebook Leadership on Hate, Racism: "We Have a Serious Problem"
"Facebook and Instagram are being used to spread hate, misinformation, racism, and bigotry," Selena Gomez wrote to Facebook's top executives Friday night.
09/18/2020 by Chris Gardner
Delegates from across the country pledged their support for Biden in a video montage that featured Democrats in places like Alabama’s Edmund Pettis Bridge, a beach in Hawaii and the headwaters of the Mississippi River.
08/18/2020 by the Associated Press