Tom Staggs at Sun Valley
HOLLYWOOD August 5, 2021
Kevin Mayer, Reese Witherspoon, and why the Hello Sunshine deal might actually make sense.
Bryan Lourd in 2020
HOLLYWOOD August 1, 2021
It’s called "agenting," baby!
Tim League
HOLLYWOOD August 1, 2021
A conversation with Tim League, founder of the Alamo Drafthouse chain, about what it takes to survive a pandemic.
Scarlett Johansson in a scene of Black Widow
HOLLYWOOD July 29, 2021
The suit hits on the precise business problem plaguing Hollywood in 2021: the interests of the studios no longer appear aligned with those of the stars.
Reese Witherspoon in 2017
HOLLYWOOD July 25, 2021
There’s a sense among entertainment bankers that Hollywood is looking to capitalize on the frothy markets enjoyed on Wall Street. And really, why not?
Tom Barrack in 2015
HOLLYWOOD July 22, 2021
It’s all incredibly sordid and depressing. Yet not too surprising to those of us who have dealt with men like Barrack before.
Frank Darabont arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' at ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome
HOLLYWOOD July 18, 2021
Frank Darabont might be an erratic person, but he wasn’t wrong to feel screwed over what went down with 'The Walking Dead.'
Scarlett Johansson, David Harbor, and Florence Pugh in a scene from Black Widow
HOLLYWOOD July 15, 2021
Disney is hyping the Marvel movie as the first modern, Covid-era blockbuster. So why are so many people around town so skeptical?
Senior Vice President Global Communications Paul Roeder, Walt Disney Studios EVP of Theatrical Distribution Dave Hollis and President of Marketing at The Walt Disney Studios Ricky Strauss attend The Walt Disney Studios invites you to a Special Screening of “Inside Out” at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace during CinemaCon 2015
HOLLYWOOD July 15, 2021
Groomed in cutthroat New York politics, Zenia Mucha meticulously protected Iger’s reputation for almost 20 years. Can anyone replace her?
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.
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