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Allison Shearmur, ‘Star Wars’ producer, dead at 54

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“Star Wars” and “Hunger Games” producer Allison Shearmur died Friday, according to the Hollywood Reporter. She was 54.

Disney’s Sword In The Stone Live-Action Remake Adds 28 Weeks Later Director

Disney is definitely not stopping making live-action versions of their animated classics anytime soon. Now, even The Sword in the Stone has a director. The Hollywood Reporter reveals that Disney is in negotiations with Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later) to have the director helm the live-action remake of The Sword in the Stone. Byran […]

Disney's Live-Action 'Sword in the Stone' Hires '28 Weeks Later' Director

Because these Disney reboots clearly need more zombies! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Spanish director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is now negotiating to direct "The Sword in the Stone," a live-action reimagining of Disney's 1963 animated...Show More Summary

Catherine Zeta-Jones addresses Michael Douglas sexual harassment allegations after his accuser speaks out

Catherine Zeta-Jones continues to support Michael Douglas even after his accuser spoke out in an article published by The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday and in a later interview on the Today show. Read more | Linking Blogs | Comments

Skunks Hate Dakota Johnson

People around the world, they pay good money to see the Fifty Shades movies, but the skunks? The skunks hate Dakota Johnson. In a revealing conversation with The Hollywood Reporter, Johnson said she’s developed a “skunk situation” at her Hollywood Hills home. “This was the fourth time in a year, ... More »

Michael Douglas has been accused of sexual harassment by a former employee, days after preemptively denying it

Michael Douglas was accused of sexual harassment by the writer Susan Braudy in interviews with The Hollywood Reporter and "Today" on Friday. Braudy alleged that, during her employment under Douglas in the 1980s, the actor subjected her...Show More Summary

4-time Oscar nominee Michelle Williams was reportedly paid 8 times less than Mark Wahlberg for 'All the Money in the World' — with comparable screen time

According to a story in The Hollywood Reporter, Michelle Williams was paid nearly ten times less than co-star Mark Wahlberg for "All the Money in the World." Last week news surfaced that Williams got paid under $1,000 for the reshoots...Show More Summary

Michael Douglas Accuser Details Sexually Harassment Incidents. Douglas Denies Allegations

A woman who was hired to run Michael Douglas’ production company in the late 1980’s has accused the actor/producer of sexual harassment, reports The Hollywood Reporter. The accuser’s name is Susan Braudy, according to the story, which is written by...

Michael Douglas Accuser Shares Her Story

The sexual misconduct story that Michael Douglas pre-emptively denied last week is now public. Journalist and author Susan Braudy tells the Hollywood Reporter that the actor subjected her to incessant sexual harassment when she ran the New York office of his Stonebridge Productions company in the late 1980s, including so...

Why It May Be Difficult to Get to Parity in the Salaries of Men and Women Performers

It may not be that easy for actresses in Hollywood to be paid as much money as their male counterparts, reports Lacy Rose in a piece for The Hollywood Reporter. That’s the conclusion reached by Rose “after talking to a...

Tracee Ellis Ross Threatens to Do Less Black-ish If She Doesn't Get Equal Pay

Tracee Ellis Ross might be the next Hollywood actress to join the watershed movement for pay equality. The Hollywood Reporter revealed in their story about the way women are fighting for equal pay for equal work in Hollywood that Ross...Show More Summary

Michael Douglas, alleged harassment, media and the #MeToo moment

In December, I was connected to a woman who was ready to share her story. The approach was familiar, something that has happened dozens of times to editors and reporters at The Hollywood Reporter and other media outlets since Oct. 5,...Show More Summary

Kristen Wiig Is Coming Back to TV in a New Series With Reese Witherspoon

If you've missed seeing Kristen Wiig on the small screen, help is on the way. The Saturday Night Live alum is executive producing and starring in a 10-episode comedy series for Apple. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show isShow More Summary

Ellen Pompeo Describes Fight for $20M Salary

Ellen Pompeo is now the highest-paid actress on television—and she didn't get there by being a pushover. In a candid interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Pompeo, now in her 14th season starring in ABC's Grey's Anatomy, says she has finally "gotten to the place where I'm OK asking for...

Thursday Morning Open Thread: One Can But Hope

(Drew Sheneman via Man’s a known germaphobe, maybe he’ll get an urge to feel clean inside as well as out. Or he could stroke out, after reading the latest from Hollywood Reporter: Michael Wolff’s controversial Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House is coming to television. Endeavor Content — the financing and […]

Kristen Wiig to star in one of Apple's many Reese Witherspoon shows 

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kristen Wiig is set to star in You Think It, I’ll Say It, the first scripted comedy series from Apple. The show is inspired by an upcoming short story collection by Curtis Sittenfeld, and Apple has already given it a 10-episode order even though it doesn’t have a production studio… Read more...

Jennifer Aniston & Reese Witherspoon netting huge payouts from Apple for upcoming TV drama

While we’ve heard quite a bit about the different series Apple has planned for its original content efforts, details on those shows have been sparse. The Hollywood Reporter claims today, however, that Apple is shelling out upward of $1.25 million per episode to both Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon for their upcoming show… more…

Trump White House Tell-All to Become TV Series

A controversial best-selling book that has been described as “the publishing sensation of 2018” — Michael Wolff’s “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” — is being made into a television series, The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports. “Endeavor...

Apple greenlights new Reese Witherspoon-backed comedy series starring Kristen Wiig

Apple has landed its first half-hour comedy series, according to a new report from The Hollywood Reporter out this afternoon. The series, which will be exec produced by and star SNL vet Kristen Wiig, hails from Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine. Show More Summary

White House Tell-All To Become TV Series

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From the Hollywood Reporter: Michael Wolff’s controversial Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House is coming to television. Endeavor Content — the financing and sales arm formed in October between sister companies William Morris Endeavor and IMG — has purchased film and television rights to the No. Show More Summary

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