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While awards season may be getting off to a slow, COVID-delayed start, the main critics groups in New York and L.A. haven't waited to bestow their accolades. But, lacking an overwhelming consensus, they may not have as much impact as they have had in the past.
01/14/2021 by Gregg Kilday
The 83-year-old legend will become the 67th — and 16th female — recipient of the HFPA's highest honor.
01/26/2021 by Scott Feinberg
The star book agent will co-run the department alongside Keya Khayatian.
01/12/2021 by Bryn Sandberg
Producer Ricky Kirshner on Pulling Off 'Celebrating America' in Just 6 Weeks With High Security, Secret Fireworks, Tom Hanks
Due to the pandemic, a typical inaugural ball was replaced by a star-studded TV special led by Kirshner and Glenn Weiss. THR caught up with Kirshner to hear how they kept so many secrets (including the Katy Perry finale's fireworks).
01/22/2021 by Chris Gardner
The company says the number of campaigns it has run for marketers on Twitter grew by 25 percent from 2019-2020.
01/25/2021 by Alex Weprin
The entertainment giant says that Great Divide Insurance Company is denying tens of millions of dollars in coverage by reading insurance policies in an "overly narrow and wrongful manner."
01/15/2021 by Eriq Gardner
'Beautiful World, Where Are You' centers on follows four young characters in Ireland as they navigate trying times.
His additional credits include 'The Rum Diary' and 'The Cleaner,' which Rhulen produced under his Film Engine banner.
01/19/2021 by Trilby Beresford
Lee also won best director honors, with the film taking home an award for best ensemble and star Chadwick Boseman receiving the NBR Icon Award.
01/26/2021 by Hilary Lewis
The late legendary broadcaster was an occasional guest of the late-night host's for three decades.
01/25/2021 by Katie Kilkenny
GLAAD's annual "Where We Are on TV" report indicates that asexual characters continue to be non-existent, while representations of those living with HIV/AIDS has dropped significantly.
01/14/2021 by Trilby Beresford
The high-profile pic has been delayed on two occasions for a theatrical release amid the coronavirus pandemic.
01/22/2021 by Etan Vlessing
Film Independent Spirit Awards: 'Never Rarely Sometimes Always,' 'Minari,' 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom,' 'Nomadland' Top Nominations
The ceremony, typically taking place on the beach in Santa Monica, will air in primetime on April 22, three days before the Oscars.
01/26/2021 by Hilary Lewis, Mia Galuppo
With Emmy winners 'Watchmen' and 'Succession' out of the running, a handful of newcomers — from 'The Flight Attendant' to 'Never Have I Ever' — are hoping to charm the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
01/06/2021 by Mikey O'Connell
There were two ties, in the categories of best screenplay and best documentary.
01/11/2021 by Hilary Lewis