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NEWSLETTERS
HOLLYWOOD November 14, 2021
Mathew Rosengart ran circles around the clowns controlling Spears’ life for the past 13 years.
Bob Chapek
HOLLYWOOD November 11, 2021
Disney’s disappointing fourth quarter underscores the risk, and the unforgiving new reality, for entertainment companies that have hitched their share price to ceaseless subscriber growth.
Morgan Wallen
HOLLYWOOD November 8, 2021
WME kind-of, sort-of dropped Morgan Wallen after the country music star got caught saying the n-word. Now Wallen’s WME representative is leaving to start his own agency—with Wallen as his marquee client, of course.
Keith Redmon
HOLLYWOOD November 7, 2021
Since his ouster, the behind-the-scenes war between Keith Redmon and Anonymous Content has led to darker and more inflammatory recriminations.


David Zaslav
HOLLYWOOD November 4, 2021
He's having dinner with Ari and Bryan, holing up at the Polo Lounge, and meeting with Jason Kilar's direct reports. As he works on the $43 billion Warner-Discovery combination, David Zaslav seems to be all over town, and the subject of an endless game of Telephone... if Biden's antitrust enforcers don't rain on the victory parade.
Hayna Hutchins vigil
HOLLYWOOD October 31, 2021
The indie film industry is notorious inside Hollywood for penny-pinching financiers, lax on-set managers, cheap hires and poor on-sent conditions.
Kevin Hart
HOLLYWOOD October 31, 2021
Kevin Mayer and Tom Staggs’ Blackstone Group-backed company is one of the suitors as Kevin Hart jumps on the private equity party bus.
People using Oculus VR
HOLLYWOOD October 28, 2021
A conversation with Matthew Ball about how Hollywood botched the rise of the internet, digital gaming, online distribution—and how Disney could turn Robert Downey Jr. into a metaverse billionaire.


Bill Kramer and Dawn Hudson
HOLLYWOOD October 24, 2021
Saving the Oscars must be the focus of the new C.E.O.—and with Hudson’s 2020 compensation reaching $950,000, the Academy should be able to convince a strong candidate to take the job. Who?
Dave Chappelle
HOLLYWOOD October 24, 2021
It’s an open secret in Hollywood that many feel the movement toward greater accountability and inclusion sometimes goes too far—and are terrified of getting called out, themselves. Now Netflix has become an unwitting signpost in the culture wars, and some believe it may signal a turning point.
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