In an interview with Marisa Guthrie of The Hollywood Reporter, Fox News boss Roger Ailes played his cards close to the vest on whether Fox will give oxygen to “fringe candidates” on the Republican side who could “torment” Jeb Bush. But he did crack wise that “Hillary is going to do whatever she wants, and the press is going to vote for her.”
On Monday morning, The Hollywood Reporter published its "introspective" cover profile of Fox News CEO Roger Ailes. We know our readers have a perpetual case of "TL;DR," so we'll do the honors of distilling some of the most interesting quotes and points for you...
Roger Ailes, the head man at Fox News, is letting his opinions be known on a range of topics, including what NBC should do about Brian Williams. In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Ailes says NBC should reinstate...
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Ailes also sounded off on Jon Stewart, Ted Cruz and mangoes
In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Fox News president Roger Ailes admitted that he despises the mango. Mangoes—the delicious national fruit of India, Pakistan, and the Philippines—it seems, are the dreaded liberal’s fruit of choice. During the interview, Ailes offered THR’s Marisa Guthrie some fruit. Show More Summary
The Hollywood Reporter publicized that CNN boasts it hired 40 new political reporters to beef up for the 2016 campaign. What was less factual was the argument that CNN is the “neutral” or fact-based channel in cable news. They reported...Show More Summary
Ben Powers, Thelma’s Husband From “Good Times” Has Died More sad news… The cast of “Good Times” has had a death in the family, comedian Ben Powers passed away over the weekend. According to CNN via the Hollywood Reporter:
Good Times actor Ben Powers has died, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 64. While a cause of death has yet to be revealed, an obituary created by his loved ones has surfaced...
The Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) on Friday filed a lawsuit against a Florida man who allegedly pretended to be the star’s nephew to win jobs and gifts, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The New York Times poaches Washington Post assistant business editor Ryan McCarthy to work on the paper’s audience development team. At WaPo, he edited Wonkblog and oversaw the creation of Storyline… The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard go through layoffs, with a total of 10 staffers losing out. Show More Summary
Here’s a look at the posts that made the most buzz the past seven days. Newspaper Reporter Named ‘Worst Job of 2015? Layoffs Hit Hollywood Reporter, Billboard Magazine Genevieve Bahrenburg Battles Her Way Through Twelve Surgeries Rodale...Show More Summary
In what seems like a great setup for a whole bunch of erotic puns (which we will try to avoid), WE tv has pulled Sex Box from its schedule after airing only five episodes. That comes from The Hollywood Reporter, which said “WE tv yanks Sex Box,” because “yanks” is a word that people use all the time. Show More Summary
Lopez says she is going to grad school fulltime. Alex Ben Block among those leaving the Hollywood Reporter, report says.
Hollywood Report has issued its list of the most powerful members of the New York media scene and at number one is Fox News boss Roger Ailes. This story is from last week, but I think some of the quotes are interesting so… The newlyShow More Summary
A drama series that was canceled by NBC will get a chance to tie up some loose ends — but not on TV. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that “Revolution” will be released next month as a digital comic...
While our sister publications The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard continue to experience digital growth, the titles are seeing a realignment of resources today. FishbowlNY has learned 10 staffers have been laid off. At The Hollywood...Show More Summary
Onetime "Thor: The Dark World" director Patty Jenkins is changing comics allegiances, switching from Marvel to DC to helm the upcoming Wonder Woman movie. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jenkins just closed a deal with Warner Bros. Show More Summary
The broadcast networks have 13 shows currently on the bubble for either cancellation or renewal, according to a new analysis by The Hollywood Reporter. “From smaller critical hits ‘The Mindy Project’ and ‘Agent Carter’ to aging procedurals ‘Bones’ and ‘CSI,’...
Filmmaker Patty Jenkins will serve as the director for the Wonder Woman film adaptation. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jenkins “will now become the first female director to handle a big project in Warner’s developing DC universe.” The executives at Warner Bros. Show More Summary