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Awards
The awards were handed out over five nights this week in ceremonies hosted by Nicole Byer.
09/14/2020 by Kimberly Nordyke, Hilary Lewis
Live Feed
NBC's comedy 'Mr. Mayor,' starring Ted Danson, is one of 10 broadcast shows premiering the week of Jan. 4.
01/03/2021 by Rick Porter
The Race
The Hollywood Reporter's awards columnist updates his projections.
01/15/2021 by Scott Feinberg
The Race
The most popular funnyman of the past 25 years reflects on his circuitous route to comedy, followed by his rapid ascension up its ranks; his long and fruitful collaboration with Adam McKay, both at 'SNL' and on films; and his most recent project, which is Grammy-nominated.
01/08/2021 by Scott Feinberg
Heat Vision
Director Terry Gilliam, star Madeleine Stowe, producer Charles Roven and more look back at the creative battles that made the film great: "I wasn't sure it was going to work."
01/08/2021 by Aaron Couch
Culture
'Hasta la Vista, America,' written by Kurt Andersen and performed by Baldwin, will parody Trump's final speech that's an imagined Farewell Address-meets-2021 State of the Union Address and presidential memoir preview.
01/11/2021 by Kirsten Chuba
Awards
There were two ties, in the categories of best screenplay and best documentary.
01/11/2021 by Hilary Lewis
Politics
The veteran documentary filmmaker of 'John Lewis: Good Trouble' reflects on the lessons she learned from the late congressman and civil rights activist in processing the political events of the past week: "He told me that if I let anger overwhelm me, I was the person who lost the most. That if I stopped loving my country, I was the person who would experience an incalculable loss."
01/14/2021 by Dawn Porter
Television Reviews
Netflix's four-part documentary about the investigation into the Night Stalker murders follows legendary homicide detectives Gil Carrillo and Frank Salerno.
01/12/2021 by Daniel Fienberg
Movies
Six of the season's most compelling documentarians — including Amy Ziering, Jesse Moss, Jim LeBrecht and Garrett Bradley — discuss censorship, how history is determined by who is in power and the one person they wish would watch their films.
01/06/2021 by Tatiana Siegel
Television
The late game show host passed away Sunday morning after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
11/08/2020 by Lexy Perez
Rambling Reporter
The author, speaker and iconic New Yorker talks to THR about the riots in Washington, D.C., missing out on a promo tour and how it feels to make Martin Scorsese laugh.
01/14/2021 by Chris Gardner
Rambling Reporter
The Oscar-winning filmmaker talked about the late Chadwick Boseman with Ryan Coogler, touched on his legacy with Jodie Foster and received tributes from Rosie Perez, Angela Bassett and the cast of 'Da 5 Bloods.'
01/14/2021 by Chris Gardner
The Race
The Hollywood Reporter's awards columnist updates his projections.
01/04/2021 by Scott Feinberg
Style
Months of cabin fever have made entertainment industry car lovers appreciate their rides more than ever, whether taking them out for long spins to nowhere in particular or working on them in their garages: "Without this car, I'd literally have no projects."
10/14/2020 by Jon Alain Guzik