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Bob Iger Rings Opening Bell At NY Stock Exchange
HOLLYWOOD July 8, 2021
The streaming model has effectively eaten the entire television business, allowing the studios to realign who makes what—sometimes to the detriment of top talent.
Bill Cosby arrives at the Montgomery County Courthouse
HOLLYWOOD July 1, 2021
Bruce Castor’s big whiff, according to criminal lawyers I’ve talked to, was not getting the non-prosecution deal in writing.
Ron Meyer at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival
HOLLYWOOD June 27, 2021
Meyer has been quiet since the Charlotte Kirk scandal, so I was intrigued by a rumor going around last week that he had found a new job.
Ryan Murphy and Ted Sarandos at "The Politician" Season One Premiere
HOLLYWOOD June 24, 2021
In a world where Netflix is motivated more by ruthless efficiency than by pricey name-brand talent, who needs Ryan Murphy or Shonda Rhimes?
Shari Redstone at the Allen & Co conference in Sun Valley
HOLLYWOOD June 20, 2021
ViacomCBS in a peculiar place: Still too small to meaningfully compete with the streaming giants, yet just big enough to think they can leverage their assets to survive.
A scene from the film In the Heights
HOLLYWOOD June 17, 2021
'In the Heights' felt big, especially among the mostly white executives who expected another 'Crazy Rich Asians' style hit. So why did it falter?
Brenda and Aaron Gilbert at the Bron @TIFF party
HOLLYWOOD June 13, 2021
A candid conversation with Aaron Gilbert, the prolific producer-financier, on how his company, Bron Studios is navigating the Covid shutdown.
Emma Stone as Cruella in Cruella
HOLLYWOOD June 10, 2021
When the pandemic hit, Disney set about remaking itself to serve streaming (and shareholders). The talent compensation system hasn’t caught up.
Casey Wasserman at the Sun Valley conference
HOLLYWOOD June 6, 2021
The Hollywood mogul and sports agent executive discusses what's next for the entertainment industry in the COVID era.
Ava DuVernay addresses the Hollywood Foreign Press in 2017
HOLLYWOOD June 3, 2021
Publicists aren’t often considered power players. But given the decline of traditional media, their dark arts have increasing currency.
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