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Inside the Return of NYC In-Person Events With the ‘Pose’ Final Season Premiere

Mj Rodriguez, Billy Porter and the rest of the cast and crew of the groundbreaking FX series brought back the red carpet in socially distanced style.

Reese Witherspoon, Marc Maron Reflect on Lynn Shelton’s “Bittersweet” Emmy Nomination in Emotional American Cinematheque Tribute

The late director was remembered by friends, including Kerry Washington, Jon Hamm and Mark Duplass, in an emotional virtual event on Tuesday night.

‘Mulan’ Producers on Premiering Amid “Unprecedented, Tricky” Coronavirus Outbreak

Inside the premiere of Disney's live-action version of 'Mulan' in Los Angeles amid the coronavirus outbreak, where international guests were washing their hands and the lobby was stocked with hand sanitizer.

Hillary Clinton Says She “Won’t Endorse” Anytime Soon

Hillary Clinton talked to The Hollywood Reporter about the 2020 election and her headline-making comments regarding Bernie Sanders at the New York premiere of her Hulu docuseries, 'Hillary.'

Harvey Weinstein, Russell Simmons Accusers Call for Industry Support for Survivors

Days after Harvey Weinstein was convicted of rape in a landmark verdict for the #MeToo movement, women who accused the former movie mogul and Def Jam co-founder Russell Simmons of sexual misconduct joined forces in New York to talk about what's next for the entertainment industry, including the need for the business to support and hire survivors.

How LaKeith Stanfield, Issa Rae’s ‘Photograph’ Roles Reflect Future Ambitions

How Issa Rae and LaKeith Stanfield's 'Photograph' roles reflect their hope to keep challenging themselves, and significance of Universal releasing black love drama on big screen from 'The Photograph' world premiere in New York.

Rihanna Calls for Unity at NAACP Image Awards: “We Can Fix This World Together”

Rihanna calls for unity at the 2020 NAACP Image Awards where nominee Yvette Nicole Brown and winner Harold Perrineau told The Hollywood Reporter why the evening recognizing the achievements of people of color is so meaningful to them.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Honored by Hillary Clinton at DVF Awards

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg proved once again Wednesday night that not only can she make history, she can also move mountains. The 11th annual DVF Awards, normally held in New York City, were moved to Washington in order to ensure that the evening’s recipient of the Lifetime Leadership Award, Ginsburg, could be present to accept.

Will Ferrell, ‘Downhill’ Team Praise Smart Intentionality of Star and Producer Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Will Ferrell and the team behind Searchlight's 'Force Majeure' adaptation 'Downhill' talk about being inspired by star-producer Julia Louis-Dreyfus, particularly her smart intentionality, at the film's New York premiere.

Oscars “Night Before” Party Sets Star Hosts, Hollywood Reporter Returns as Sponsor

The "Night Before," one of the most exclusive events of Hollywood’s awards season, is returning for its 18th year.

Susan Sarandon, Geena Davis Celebrate ‘Thelma & Louise’s’ “Empowering” Legacy Despite “Infuriating” Reception

At a special New York screening of 'Thelma & Louise,' Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis talked about angry critics, female directors being shut out at the 2020 Oscars and the 100th anniversary of the women's suffrage movement.

‘Black Panther’ Costume Designer Ruth E. Carter Says Oscar Noms’ Lack of Diversity Due to Ratings Pressure Amid Shortened Season

Oscar-winning 'Black Panther' costume designer Ruth E. Carter and African American Film Critics Association founder Gil L. Robertson talked about the lack of diversity among the 2020 Oscar nominees at the AAFCA gala on Wednesday night.