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‘Roman Holiday’ Gets Broadway-Bound Musical Makeover

The Oscar-winning 1953 screen classic is headed to the stage with a score of Cole Porter standards in an adaptation due to premiere in San Francisco in summer 2017.

The Hollywood Ten: The Men Who Refused to Name Names

When the House Un-American Activities Committee subpoenaed filmmakers to testify about communism in the industry, a few held their ground — and for a time, lost their livelihood.

Millie Moore, Film Editor on Dalton Trumbo’s ‘Johnny Got His Gun,’ Dies at 86

She also worked on 'Cagney & Lacey' and on the Oscar-winning documentary 'The Man Who Skied Down Everest.'

TIFF: ‘Trumbo’ Turns Its Lens on Hollywood, Often an Oscar-Winning Formula

Jay Roach's film about the blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, played by Emmy winner Bryan Cranston, had its world premiere at the Toronto Jay Roach's film about the blacklisted screenwriter…

Oscars: When Politics Takes the Podium at the Academy Awards

Because not everybody believes that controversy is a dirty word.

BOOK REVIEW: ‘Hollywood Exiles in Europe’

A new book offers a rare look into the lives of the blacklist victims who escaped to Europe.

How a Poor Jewish Kid From Upstate New York Became Kirk Douglas — Hollywood’s Best-Loved Gladiator

Born Issur Danielovitch, the 95-year-old star of "Spartacus" looks back on his legendary career.

The Eat Sheet: New Restaurant Caulfield’s Debuts Hollywood Blacklist Mural (Exclusive Photo)

THR has the first look at a mural depicting blacklist era writers at the new Thompson Hotel brasserie.