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Music
He wrote hits for Elvis, had his own No. 1 with "Baby, Don't Get Hooked on Me" and hosted an NBC variety show.
09/29/2020 by Mike Barnes
Live Feed
The Hollywood Reporter speaks with star Jonathan Majors about the HBO horror series' fourth episode: "The American game is fixed."
09/06/2020 by Richard Newby
Movie Reviews
'Barry' director Vikram Gandhi chronicles the outrageous career of rapper/troll Tekashi69 in this Hulu doc.
11/16/2020 by John DeFore
Awards
The fan-voted show, hosted by Taraji P. Henson, included memorable performances from Bell Biv DeVoe, Billie Eilish and Jennifer Lopez with Maluma.
11/22/2020 by Hilary Lewis
Movies
The musician and composer discusses the crazy "rollercoaster" that comes with working with his younger brother, Sacha Baron Cohen: "The nature of his projects are not like with a usual film."
11/19/2020 by Alex Ritman
Heat Vision
The director wrote of the late star: "It is with a heavy heart and a sense of deep gratitude to have ever been in his presence, that I have to reckon with the fact that Chad is an ancestor now."
08/30/2020 by Ryan Parker, Borys Kit
Awards
Tracee Ellis Ross, Tiffany Haddish, Ellen Pompeo and other winners also gave speeches filled with messages of hope and positivity during Sunday's show.
11/15/2020 by Kimberly Nordyke
Heat Vision
The 'Mister Miracle' scribe talks about writing the upcoming not-exactly-sequel to the iconic 1986 series.
09/10/2020 by Graeme McMillan
Live Feed
The actor and musician's first producing project for his recently launched shingle Image 32 launches on Netflix with a cameo from the Jonas Brothers.
11/09/2020 by Jean Bentley
Television
The Hollywood Reporter speaks with the erstwhile 'Scandal' star about his role in the HBO thriller's second episode.
08/25/2020 by Richard Newby
Television
Five top TV creators — 'Watchmen's' Lindelof, 'Power's' Kemp, 'The Good Fight's' Michelle King, 'Little Fires Everywhere's' Liz Tigelaar and 'The Terror: Infamy's' Alexander Woo — talk candidly and passionately about inclusive writers rooms ("Do better"), studio notes on flawed police portrayals ("I don't think cops would do that"), and examining one's own assumptions: "Having those moments in your body where you realize that you're a part of the system — it's humbling."
06/16/2020 by Lacey Rose
Movie Reviews
In his Netflix documentary, Canadian wunderkind crooner Shawn Mendes offers a behind-the-scenes view of humble stardom.
11/22/2020 by Robyn Bahr
Heat Vision
The filmmaker recalls Stan Lee's one demand for appearing in a cameo, and how Jason Lee was eating a Whopper when he was offered the role of Brodie.
10/13/2020 by Brian Davids
Awards
Many of the nominees played characters who were grappling with nuanced female relationships, brought to life by the (mostly female) writers: "This is the way my friends and I talk, but I haven't seen this onscreen."
08/11/2020 by Scott Huver
Politics
Joining Oprah Winfrey on Apple TV+'s 'The Oprah Conversation,' the former president discussed the meaning behind his memoir 'A Promised Land' and reflected on his presidency.
11/17/2020 by Lexy Perez, Hilary Lewis