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Rambling Reporter
To promote the Peacock revival, stars Soleil Moon Frye and Cherie Johnson sat between cardboard cutouts of reporters and answered questions that had been submitted in advance.
01/21/2021 by Chris Gardner
Movies
For their adaptation of Nico Walker’s semi-autobiographical novel — their gritty follow-up to the ground- and record-breaking 'Avengers: Endgame' — directors Joe and Anthony Russo homed in on addiction and PTSD, tapping their younger sister, Angela Russo-Otstot, to co-write the script in this family affair: "You have to submit the ego to the collective."
01/25/2021 by Mia Galuppo
Movies
The faith-based indie studio has started production on 'God's Not Dead: We the People,' with Isaiah Washington and David A.R. White in lead roles.
01/22/2021 by Etan Vlessing
Culture
They met when she was working for the L.A. Rams and married in 1973.
01/04/2021 by Mike Barnes
The Race
The Hollywood Reporter's awards columnist updates his projections.
01/04/2021 by Scott Feinberg
Movie Reviews
A rampaging buffalo transforms men into beasts in India’s Oscar submission from Lijo Jose Pellissery.
01/21/2021 by Deborah Young
Heat Vision
"I call this a black-belt level of moviemaking because it's just so fast and it's so intricate," says Ryan Watson of the Disney+ show's action scenes. "I've never done anything this intricate and this vast."
01/18/2021 by Kirsten Chuba
Heat Vision
The actor says she heavily prepared for her final moments of the film to "give it everything I have."
01/15/2021 by Aaron Couch
The Race
The Hollywood Reporter's awards columnist updates his assessment.
01/22/2021 by Scott Feinberg
The Race
The Hollywood Reporter's awards columnist updates his projections.
01/15/2021 by Scott Feinberg
Live Feed
Sarah Lancashire and David Hyde Pierce star in the drama from showrunner Chris Keyser.
01/14/2021 by Lesley Goldberg
Awards
This season’s crop of blunt, commanding and steely female protagonists — seen in 'Ammonite,' 'The Forty-Year-Old Version,' 'Nomadland,' 'Pieces of a Woman' and 'Promising Young Woman' — provide strength in numbers.
01/23/2021 by Sheri Linden
Music
The group — then a quartet of 15-year-olds from Detroit called The Primettes — was signed to Berry Gordy Jr.’s Motown Records in 1961, setting it on a path to superstardom.
01/17/2021 by Seth Abramovitch
Culture
Based on the Oscar-winning short film and published last year, 'Hair Love' tells the story of a Black father learning to style his daughter's hair.
11/09/2020 by Lexy Perez
Live Feed
Creator Austin Winsberg talks with The Hollywood Reporter about how the pandemic changed his NBC dramedy — from the nature of the big musical scenes to the loss of a fan-favorite actress.
01/05/2021 by Jean Bentley