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L.A.’s Housing Crisis Hits Hollywood: The Entertainment Workers Living in Their Cars

In response to L.A.'s exorbitant housing costs, The Hollywood Reporter takes a look at the industry workers living in their vehicles, some by choice, some less so.

Woody Allen’s Secret Teen Lover Speaks: Sex, Power and a Conflicted Muse Who Inspired ‘Manhattan’

Woody Allen's 'Manhattan' muse Babi? Christina ?Engelhardt reveals details about her secret seven-year fling with the director when she was a then-16-year-old model.

“Everybody Was Getting Laid”: Hollywood’s Queen of 1980s Nightlife (Finally) Tells All

Hollywood Nightlife Queen Helena Kallianiotes opens up about her time presiding over a club where Jack Nicholson and Anjelica Huston partied with Prince and Madona and where photos were never allowed.

Stunted: How Hollywood’s Content Boom Is Leading to More Stuntperson Injuries and Deaths

As the content boom strains the ranks of seasoned pros, productions are hiring haphazardly and cutting corners as stunt performers go public with complaints that SAG-AFTRA regulations have "no teeth."

Jami Gertz Got Game: How an Actress Became an NBA Team Owner

How 'Lost Boys' star Jami Gertz became one of the richest actresses in the world (it helps to marry a billionaire), learned to love basketball and ended up buying the third-worst team in the NBA.

Celebrated Hollywood Horse Trainer at Center of Bizarre Animal Abuse Claims

Rex Peterson, one of Hollywood's most celebrated horse trainers, finds himself at the center of a saga as twisted as a dark Western after facing accusations of stallion abuse.

‘Black-ish’ Creator Kenya Barris Breaks Silence on That Shelved Anti-Trump Episode, His ABC Exit and “Unapologetic” Netflix Plans

Black-ish creator Kenya Barris reveals the backstory to his shelved anti-Trump episode that led to his departure, clashes with Disney's Ben Sherwood, "monster" Roseanne and the anxiety of high expectations with his massive streaming deal: "I don't know if it's scary for Ryan and Shonda, but I'm f—ing terrified."

Malibu Murder Mystery: “Everyone’s Freaking Out” Over Unsolved Killings, Bodies Dumped, Police Questions

Residents of the once-idyllic community of Monte Nido, adjacent to Will Smith's $43 million compound, are in a panic and begging law enforcement for some answers: "I feel like a sitting duck out here."

Jim Carrey’s (Reluctant) Return to Hollywood: At Home With an Actor, Artist and Trump-Era Agitator

In his first extensive profile in years, Jim Carrey, the one-time $20 million-a-movie star and current political cartoonist opens up about his disappearance, his personal pain, his outrage and why he's returning to the spotlight with Showtime's 'Kidding': "My plan was not to join Hollywood. It was to destroy it."

Hunting the Con Queen of Hollywood: Who’s the “Crazy Evil Genius” Behind a Global Racket?

For more than a year, some of the most powerful women in entertainment — including Amy Pascal, Kathleen Kennedy, Stacey Snider and a 'Homeland' director — have been impersonated by a con artist who targets insiders with promises of work, then bilks them out of thousands of dollars. The Hollywood Reporter has obtained exclusive audio recordings of the savvy imposter, described as a "crazy evil genius," as victims come forward and a global investigation heats up.

Her Darkest Role: Actress Allison Mack’s Descent From ‘Smallville’ to Sex Cult

Like many in Hollywood, Mack sought spiritual guidance outside the mainstream. But 12 years after checking out a women's empowerment seminar, she stands accused of recruiting "slaves" and branding women with a hot cauterizing pen. Through interviews with close friends and ex-members of the Nxivm cult, THR reveals how a charismatic fan favorite allegedly morphed into the leader's No. 2 and explores the persistent allure and pernicious effect of cults on entertainment.

“Lines Got Blurred”: Jeffrey Tambor and an Up-Close Look at Harassment Claims on ‘Transparent’

In his first interview since facing accusations of inappropriate behavior on set, the veteran actor — now back on screen in 'Arrested Development' — opens up about what he did ("I was mean, I was difficult") and what he claims he didn't do ("the other stuff, absolutely not") in one of the most complex cases of the #MeToo era.