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Hollywood in the Metaverse: 5 Considerations for Content Creators (Guest Column)

Metaverse” has quickly worked its way into the Hollywood lexicon as the idea, starting out as science fiction but now evolving into an attainable aspiration that companies are racing to bring…

Guest Column: How ‘Tick, Tick … Boom!’ Revealed the Power of Collaboration

Tick, tick, tick … That’s the sound we hear when we’re waiting for something to happen. While we’re taking notes and working toward a goal and living in the “before.” While we’re looking at…

Guest Column: A Doctor’s Plea to End On-Set Testing on Film and TV Productions

It is time for the TV and film industry to stop COVID testing as outlined in the negotiated return-to-work guidelines. Although these protocols have been very effective at achieving their goal

Guest Column: After 94 Years, It’s Time for the Academy to Recognize the Art Form of Stunt Work

Why is it, in the Academy Awards’ 94-year history, an apparent prejudice is allowed to continue toward stunt professionals by not recognizing their extraordinary artistic and physical contribution…

‘As We See It’ Creator Jason Katims: Why My Son Hates My TV Shows (Guest Column)

My wife and I stepped out of the limo, returning home from the Kodak Theatre, back in the days when people actually attended awards shows in real life. We were arriving triumphant, a shining new Emmy

Jonathan Majors’ Powerful Letter of Thanks to Sidney Poitier: “We’ve Got Your Back!”

To Sir … Dear Mr. Poitier, My name is Jonathan, I am an actor, and there are a few things I’d like to share with you — and whoever else may read these words. When I was 14 years old, a…

George Wallace Remembers Bob Saget: “It Was His Gift to Find Humor in Darkness”

Hollywood is mourning the death of Bob Saget, following his untimely passing at age 65. The actor and stand-up comedian, whose comedic and affable portrayal of widowed dad Danny Tanner on…

‘Hot in Cleveland’ Creator: “Every Hug From Betty White Felt Like a Little Miracle”

Hot in Cleveland creator Suzanne Martin reminisces about Betty White, who died of natural causes Dec. 31, 18 days shy of her 100th birthday. Hot In Cleveland was such a happy set — Betty said…

Critic’s Appreciation: Betty White Was as Important as She Was Beloved

A TV staple before most Americans knew what TV was, an icon from game shows, sitcoms, movies and more, White was the rare entertainer to earn universal affection and respect.

Guest Column: Denis Villeneuve Pays Tribute to “Untamable” Director Jean-Marc Vallee

Filmmaker Denis Villeneuve (Arrival, Blade Runner 2049, Dune) pays homage to his compatriot and beloved competitor Jean-Marc Vallée (Dallas Buyers Club, Wild, Big Little Lies), who died this week at…

Guest Column: Life Lessons From My Aunt Joan Didion

When we lost Joan Didion last week, I found myself in new territory as I joined the mourning masses for someone who was beloved on an epic public scale. I am part of Joan’s big, messy family of…

Critic’s Notebook: Saying Goodbye to ‘Insecure’ and Its True Love Story

Issa Rae's HBO series was stylish and funny, but its complex portrait of a deep, tumultuous friendship between two Black women is its most potent legacy.