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Colton Haynes Discusses Lengths He Took To Stay in Closet on ‘Teen Wolf’ and ‘Arrow’

When a teenage Colton Haynes appeared in a suggestive spread in a 2006 issue of underground magazine XY — shirtless, locking lips and in evocative poses with his then-boyfriend — the aspiring actor-model was sure it would help launch his career. Not only that, he was so proud of the shoot that he sold copies […]

Carter Bays on How the End of ‘How I Met Your Mother’ Led to Debut Novel ‘The Mutual Friend’

When the final season of CBS’ How I Met Your Mother concluded in 2014, co-creator Carter Bays wasn’t sure what was in store next. But his answer came when dusting off a book and finding inspiration in the varied worlds of literary fiction. “After working on How I Met Your Mother for 10 years and […]

Julio Torres Hopes to Showcase the “Beauty of Everyday Life and Objects” in ‘I Want to Be a Vase’ Book

When Julio Torres released an HBO special My Favorite Shapes, he shared his favorite shapes, while offering varied stories, anecdotes and jokes. Now three years later, the comedian is continuing to take the audience into a vibrant world of shapes but now more specifically household objects in his debut children’s book I Want to Be […]

Sex Columnist Details Chance (But Chaste!) Encounter With Ethan Hawke in New Tell-All

With Moon Knight, The Northman and The Black Phone, Ethan Hawke is having (yet) another moment, but writer Alyssa Shelasky still isn’t over the one she shared with him on the streets of New York City back in 2004. In her new tell-all, This Might Be Too Personal, Shelasky, who pens New York magazine’s Sex […]

Colleen Hoover’s ‘Maybe Someday’ Novel Acquired by eOne for TV (Exclusive)

Colleen Hoover’s novel Maybe Someday is set to get the adaptation treatment. Entertainment One Ltd. (eOne) has closed a deal to develop the New York Times bestselling author’s 2014 novel into a television series. Hoover and Lauren Levine (I Am David, Bridge to Terabithia) will executive produce while eOne will serve as the studio. The adaptation would […]

Geena Davis Memoir ‘Dying of Politeness’ to Release in Fall

Oscar winner Geena Davis has a memoir coming out this fall, titled Dying of Politeness, and described by the actor as her “journey to badassery.” HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, announced Tuesday that the book will be published Oct. 11. According to the publisher, Davis will share “laugh-out tales” about her modeling career and […]

Henry Winkler to Release Memoir in 2024

Henry Winkler is busy as ever these days, but the actor is still making time to write a memoir. Celadon Books announced Wednesday that it has a deal with Winkler to tell his life story. The memoir, currently untitled, is scheduled for 2024. Winkler, 76, became famous in the 1970s as “The Fonz” on the […]

Jimmy Fallon on “Bizarre” Ride of Hitting NYT Best-Seller List for Fifth Time for ‘Nana Loves You More’

Jimmy Fallon took a 10-minute break on Good Friday to talk about something great that happened in his career — he snagged a spot on the New York Times best-sellers list for the fifth time. The affable late night veteran earned the distinction for his latest children’s book with illustrator Miguel Ordoñez, Nana Loves You More, […]

Terry Crews Looks Back on Career, Life and Finding a “Place of Peace” in ‘Tough’ Memoir

In the opening pages of Terry Crews’ latest memoir, Tough, he writes of a night when everything changed. In 2004, his acting career was taking off following his breakout performances in White Chicks and Friday After Next, with a role in the remake of The Longest Yard up next. While out for a celebratory dinner […]

Stephanie Allain Bray’s First Book Acquired by Candlewick Press

Emmy-nominated film and TV producer and Homegrown Pictures founder Stephanie Allain Bray is releasing her first book. Candlewick Press president and publisher Karen Lotz has acquired the world rights to Allain Bray’s picture book I’m In Charge. For the book, Allain Bray teams with longtime friend and essayist and memoirist Jenny Klion, marking their first literary collaboration. The […]

13 Hollywood YA and Children’s Book Authors on the Importance of Libraries

Idina Menzel, John Lithgow, R.L. Stine, Becky Albertalli and more celebrity authors and writers spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about the role libraries have played in their lives and why children should always have access to the books that line their shelves.

Stone Village to Adapt Gillian Flynn’s First Publishing Acquisition for Television

Gillian Flynn’s first publishing acquisition is heading to the small screen. Stone Village Television is set to adapt author Margot Douaihy’s forthcoming novel, Scorched Grace, as a premium television series. Scott Steindorff, Dylan Russell and Zhara Astra will executive produce the series. Stone Village head of development Shannon Kobler will co-produce. Jennifer Thomas of United Agents […]