Stop us if you’ve heard this before: ESPN and Keith Olbermann may be on the outs. The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that, as a condition for Olbermann’s two-year contract to be renewed, the erstwhile commentator can’t do commentary on his ESPN2 show. The suits in Bristol do know which Keith Olbermann they’re talking to, right? […]
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There are dysfunctional families, and then there are those who write tell-all books. The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that Ronald Miscavige Sr., the father of Scientology leader David Miscavige has inked a deal with St. Martin’s...Show More Summary
Because all TV shows are being turned into movies, and all movies are being turned into TV shows, '80s classic film "Fatal Attraction" is being "reimagined" as a limited-event television series. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fox has ordered a script for a remake of the 1987 thriller that starred Glenn Close and Michael Douglas. Show More Summary
It didn’t take long for ESPN to deny the report that it wants Keith Olbermann to tone down his criticism of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Responding to a report from the Hollywood Reporter that ESPN wants to put a clause in Olbermann’s next contract prohibiting him from commentaries critical of the league or its commissioner,…
ESPN and Keith Olbermann may be headed toward a tough negotiation to keep the outspoken host on the sports network. Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that ESPN has floated a highly problematic condition for an extension of Olbermann’s...Show More Summary
Paul Thomas Anderson just threw his fans a major curveball: The acclaimed director is set to write the live-action Pinocchio starring Robert Downey Jr., The Hollywood Reporter reports. Anderson, whose last project was 2014's Inherent Vice, is also in talks to direct. (For reference, Anderson has both written and directed... More »
With the debate over the Confederate flag back in the news following last month's racist church shooting in Charleston, The Hollywood Reporter reports that TV Land has pulled all reruns of The Dukes of Hazzard. The network has seen pushback over the show's iconic "General Lee," a 1969 Dodge Charger with... More »
Huh! This is a bit of a head-scratcher: Paul Thomas Anderson is writing and possibly directing the live-action remake of "Pinocchio" starring Robert Downey Jr. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Anderson will pen a draft with eye toward directing the film. Show More Summary
Jeremy Renner has come a long way in dealing with rumors about his sexuality. In 2012, the actor exploded when asked about chatter that he's gay, telling The Hollywood Reporter: How about I go peek in your window, take what underwear...Show More Summary
Open Road Films has unleashed the first teaser for the Snowden biopic. Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as the infamous whistleblower Edward Snowden. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the script was based on two books: a nonfiction...Show More Summary
Recently,The Hollywood Reporter sat down with actresses and female showrunners of CBS shows like Mom, Elementary, and Extant to discuss their perspectives on sexism in Hollywood.
On September 8, Pretenders leader Chrissie Hynde will release her (first) memoir, Reckless: My Life as a Pretender, via Doubleday. Today The Hollywood Reporter revealed the book’s cover, via publisher Doubleday. All we can say it: those. boots. The book traces Hynde’s life from her childhood in 1950s Akron, Ohio; to her punk training spent working in… Read More
NBC Universal announced it had ended it relationship with Donald Trump over comments he made recently about immigrants coming over the Mexico border, Deadline Hollywood reports. The television network also said it would no longer air the “Miss USA” and [...]
Two-time Oscar winner Kevin Costner is reportedly in talks for a high-profile project that would mark his first regular role on a TV series. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that Costner is negotiating for the Amazon legal drama “The...
John O’Hurley, who played Elaine’s long-time boss, J. Peterman, on the long-running sitcom ‘Seinfeld,’ has revealed to The Hollywood Reporter what made the series so different. Asked by interviewer Aaron Couch, “Have you been about to pinpoint what made ‘Seinfeld’...
on March 26, 2015 in Washington, DC." /> As the biggest global sporting scandal of the year, Hollywood is preparing to make a FIFA film on the corruption at the heart of football’s governing body. According to the Hollywood Reporter,...Show More Summary
The Academy of Motion Arts and Sciences, the group responsible for deciding on and dishing out the Oscars, has extended invitations to 322 new potential members, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In recent years, the group has come under heavy scrutiny for its discernible lack of diversity, with the majority... More »
Per The Hollywood Reporter, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are combining on a movie that will be of some interest to American soccer fans. The American side of the FIFA scandal is getting the movie treatment with Ben Affleck among those bringing story to the big the screen. Capping off eight days of negotiations, Warner Bros. Show More Summary
Ellen Page came out as gay on Valentine’s Day in 2014. The Hollywood Reporter documented Page’s speech, given as part of the Human Rights Campaign’s Time to Thrive conference to benefit LGBT youth. Page said “I am tired of hiding and...Show More Summary