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THR’s Blackfamous Roundtable: Revered and Underrecognized at the Same Time — The Duality of Fame in Black Hollywood

When you survey the landscape of the world’s most recognizable faces, you’ll find the likes of Beyoncé, Oprah, Will Smith, Michael Jordan, Rihanna, Denzel Washington and more. Black. Famous. Blackfamous, however, has come to represent something different: an example of how the perspective of celebrity shifts depending on which world you inhabit. It can mean […]

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in April

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will disappear from Netflix next month.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — David Glasser (‘The Current War: Director’s Cut’)

David Glasser, the CEO of the new 101 Studios, speaks about its first major release, his start as a child actor and — in depth for the first time since the start of the #MeToo movement — his years working with Harvey Weinstein.

Oscars Flashback: In 2006, ‘Crash’ Upset ‘Brokeback Mountain’ as Best Picture

The Paul Haggis-directed drama controversially edged out Ang Lee's cowboy romance featuring the late Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal in career-defining roles.

Oscars: Entire ‘Spotlight’ Cast to Compete in Supporting Acting Races (Exclusive)

In a year filled with debates over categorizations, the current best picture Oscar frontrunner has decided to treat all of its impressive cast — which includes Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber and Stanley Tucci — the same way.

Paul Haggis: ‘Crash’ Didn’t Deserve to Win Best Picture

"I wouldn't be voting for 'Crash,' only because I saw the artistry that was in the other films."

Recount! Oscar Voters Today Would Make ‘Brokeback Mountain’ Best Picture Over ‘Crash’

Even the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences makes mistakes from time to time. THR polled hundreds of Academy members and asked them to recast their ballots in historic races, a referendum on what films have stood the test of time.

Could ‘Nightcrawler’ Be the ‘Crash’ of This Season?

Tom Ortenberg, who ran Lionsgate's film division when it distributed 2005's best picture Oscar winner, now runs Open Road Films and believes that his top contender this year greatly resembles his underdog hopeful from nine years ago

Paul Haggis Developing ‘Lords of Opium’ TV Drama for Canada’s Bell Media

The Canadian broadcaster is also hot-housing one hours from "Stargate SG-1's" Robert C. Cooper, "Miss Congeniality's" Katie Ford and "Brothers & Sisters'" Stephen Tolkin.

Jennifer Esposito Takes THR’s Taste Test

The allergy-friendly bakery owner from CBS’ “Blue Bloods” and “Crash” talks shellfish, cauliflower bechamel sauce and a square Sicilian pizza that’s to die for.

Toronto 2013: Paul Haggis on Being Miserable, Producing ‘Third Person’

"I just wanted to restore the challenge to me, because if I don’t have a really good sense that I can fail and humiliate myself, then I’m not happy," says the Oscar-winning writer-director.

Oscars 2012: Is There a Recipe for Ratings Success?

A historic look at the hosts, nominated pictures and numbers that put the telecast on an annual roller-coaster ride.