The two-year extradition case involving Roman Polanski, the director of “Chinatown,” “Rosemary’s Baby,” “Repulsion” and other cinema classics, is over. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Supreme Court of Poland closed the case, rejecting the Polish government’s request to extradite...
Milo Ventimiglia has a way with words when describing the NBC drama This Is Us. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Ventimiglia, who plays patriarch Jack Pearson on the breakout drama series, says viewers should prepare for a very bloody Christmas on the midseason finale, titled “Last Christmas.” “It’s going to get bloody,” Milo... Show More Summary
The company behind the long-running A&E reality show “Duck Dynasty” has been rocked by a fraud investigation, with two of the company’s key figures temporarily suspended. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that Scott and Deirdre Gurney, the founders of...
Margaret Whitton best known for her role as Rachel Phelps in the baseball comedy Major League has died, the Hollywood Reporter is reporting. Whitton died peacefully at her Palm Beach residence in Florida after a short battle with cancer, she was 67. Show More Summary
According to The Hollywood Reporter, actor Van Williams died last week from kidney failure. Though he appeared in a bunch of TV shows throughout the ‘60s and ‘70s, Williams is best known for starring in the short-lived Green Hornet TV series as Britt Reid, the Green Hornet himself. Show More Summary
As confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter, actress Margaret Whitton—best known for playing Cleveland Indians owner Rachel Phelps in the Major League movies—has died following what a friend described as a “brief battle with cancer.” Apparently, her illness came on so suddenly that she was still developing new projects as recently as a few months ago. Show More Summary
Margaret Whitton -- who played Indians owner Rachel Phelps in "Major League" -- has died at age 67. She died peacefully at her home in Florida after a brief battle with cancer, this according to the Hollywood Reporter. Whitton was GREAT in…
CBS CEO Les Moonves discussed a lot of topics at a conference Monday, but it’s his take on the reason for declining NFL ratings that stands out. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Moonves’ comments at the UBS 44th Annual Global Media...Show More Summary
In another case of a journalist completely lacking self awareness, NBC Today anchor Savannah Guthrie admitted to The Hollywood Reporter that she tried “really hard” to stay unbiased in her job. But not before slamming viewers who didn’t share her own opinions as “biased.” “I try really hard to stay neutral,” she said. Show More Summary
From the Hollywood Reporter: Trump headed to the White House has been good for business at the Grey Lady. The New York Times has seen paid subscriptions online skyrocket since the election on Nov. 8. “We’ve seen really remarkable growth,”...Show More Summary
In a profile piece of TODAY co-host Savannah Guthrie in The Hollywood Reporter,NBC News chairman Andy Lack expressed admiration for her tenacity to push for answers.
The Oscars 2017 are coming! With the awards night less than three months away, preparations are moving into high gear. A big piece of the puzzle is reportedly in place now, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The host for the 2017 Oscars will be Jimmy Kimmel. Show More Summary
Jimmy Kimmel has been tapped to host the Oscars on Feb. 26, according to Variety and the Hollywood Reporter, marking the late night host’s first time ever hosting the prestigious Academy Awards. The decision makes a lot of sense: Not...Show More Summary
Jimmy Kimmel will take on hosting duties for this year’s Oscars ceremony, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Sources told the outlet the comedian is set to host the 89th annual Academy Awards ceremony, which will air on ABC Feb. 26. Show More Summary
Following in the footsteps of Chris Rock, comedian and late night host Jimmy Kimmel will be the 89th Oscars show's emcee next year, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Kimmel enjoyed a successful run hosting the Emmys in 2012 and this past September, so taking on the Oscars seems like an obvious next step for him. Show More Summary
Dec 5 (Reuters) - U.S. comedian and talk show host Jimmy Kimmel is to host the 2017 Oscars ceremony in February, Hollywood trade publications Variety and The Hollywood Reporter said on Monday. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences,...Show More Summary
One of the most successful new dramas of the fall season has made a key change behind the cameras. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that Jon Harmon Feldman is out as showrunner on “Designated Survivor,” ABC’s first-year Kiefer Sutherland...
Like it or not, this year's Oscars is going to be so full of pranks, and also Matt Damon jokes. Jimmy Kimmel has signed on to host the ceremony, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The ceremony will air on ABC, Kimmel's home network, on February 26. It'll be Kimmel's first ... More »
Designated Survivor is undergoing yet another regime change. Showrunner Jon Harmon Feldman has been replaced by Jeff Melvoin. The Hollywood Reporter, which first reported the news, explains that Feldman left ahead of a deal with ABC Studios to work on multiple projects for pilot season. Show More Summary
Savannah Guthrie will definitely return to Today when her maternity leave is up: The morning-show co-anchor recently inked a new deal with NBC. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Guthrie's renewed, long-term contract keeps her at Today for a while, though the duration was not specified. Show More Summary