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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
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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
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
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
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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
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
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The 'Mister Miracle' scribe talks about writing the upcoming not-exactly-sequel to the iconic 1986 series.
09/10/2020 by Graeme McMillan
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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
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
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
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In his Netflix documentary, Canadian wunderkind crooner Shawn Mendes offers a behind-the-scenes view of humble stardom.
11/22/2020 by Robyn Bahr
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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
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
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