Dan Stevens, best known for his role as Matthew Crawley on "Downton Abbey," has been cast as the Beast to Emma Watson's Belle.On Wednesday, the Hollywood Reporter confirmed that the dapper British actor will star in Disney’s live-action "Beauty and the Beast."Stevens, 32, expressed his enthusiasm for the project by tweeting an image that reads "Beast Mode" on Wednesday night.
As the ‘blackballing’ saga continues between Mo’Nique and Lee Daniels, Gabourey Sidibe is finally breaking her silence on the matter. Mo’Nique has been making the rounds since writing her Hollywood Reporter revealation about being blackballed...Show More Summary
Seth Rogen is refuting a recent Hollywood Reporter article's claim that Sony producer Amy Pascal was delayed moving into her new office—which was previously occupied by Rogen and his writing partner Evan Goldberg —because the space smelled too much like weed. Read more...
Following yesterday's pitch perfect announcement that Luke Evans had signed up to play Gaston in Disney's live action version of their groundbreaking animated fairy tale "Beauty & the Beast," The Hollywood Reporter has made word that...Show More Summary
Following the whitest Academy Awards in nearly 20 years, UCLA’s Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies released its 2015 Hollywood Diversity Report. Sociologist and center Director Darnell Hunt described the findings to The Hollywood Reporter: “Hollywood is not progressing at the same rate as America is diversifying.” The study, which surveyed the […]
The Hollywood Reporter reports Downton Abbey's Matthew Crawley, a.k.a. the actor Dan Stevens, will take on (assumedly!) the heavy prosthetics of the Beast in Bill Condon's upcoming live-action adaption of Beauty and the Beast. He'll play opposite Emma Watson (Belle) and Luke Evans (Gaston), and if you still aren't quite sure your Matthew can... More »
Natalie Wood‘s mysterious death isn’t the only scandal surrounding the Hollywood icon’s memory. According to an explosive new report in The National ENQUIRER, she was cheating on Robert Wagner before… READ ON
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Sony has to do some heavy-duty renovations to clear the air of the thick cloud of weed hanging over Seth Rogen's office. Not so, says Rogen, who, poor thing, believes his "shit smells good." Read more...
By writing and directing The Interview, which prompted the Sony Pictures hack, Seth Rogen may be indirectly responsible for Amy Pascal losing her job as studio co-chair. Now, according to a new report from The Hollywood Reporter, the comedian continues to haunt her life.
Earlier in the day it was reported by the Hollywood Reporter that Sony’s Amy Pascal couldn’t properly step down from her position at the company, and into her new role as on-the-lot producer because her new office space was Seth Rogen‘s old one. Show More Summary
Daniel von Bargen, the character actor best known as George Costanza’s boss during the final season of “Seinfeld,” has died at age 64. The Cinncinati native passed away over the weekend following a long illness, The Hollywood Reporter...Show More Summary
Oprah Winfrey, the talk show host legend, is laying off 200 employees as she shuts down the iconic Harpo Studios in Chicago and moves to Los Angeles, The Hollywood Reporter said. This isn’t the end of Winfrey’s empire, though; it’s
New WGA report shows that for writers, TV isn't the answer to Hollywood's diversity problem
The war of words between Mo’Nique and her Precious director Lee Daniels is only getting worse. After the two seemed to have a misunderstanding about comments to The Hollywood Reporter regarding Mo’Nique being "blackballed" by Hollywood, she later accused Daniels of having a problem with her not directly thanking him... More »
“In a new report, the guild said women writers’ share of TV staff jobs was 29% in the most recent season, down from 30.5% in the previous season. Meanwhile, minorities accounted for 13.7% of employment, compared with 15.6% during the 2011-12 season.”
VH1's Gossip Table reports that Masika Kalysha posted a picture of she and Justin Bieber in bed on her Instagram, could they be an item?
Oprah Winfrey and Harpo Studios have called Chicago home for the past 26 years. That’s about to change. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Oprah is shutting down Harpo and shifting all operations to OWN’s headquarters in LA. This is...Show More Summary
Kyle Chandler gives a smirk on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter‘s latest issue, out on newsstands now! Here’s what the 49-year-old actor had to share with the mag: On his childhood: “It was such a different world. Our mom and dad had a kennel, and we always had animals around: cows, horses, chickens. In [...]
Mo’Nique has been on a media blitz since writing her essay about being blackballed for The Hollywood Reporter. The story has evolved from her being told by Lee Daniels that she was blackballed, to Mo’nique actually saying she was lowballed, now back to saying Daniels was the one who actually blackballed her.
Why is Hollywood delivering the same old story when audiences are explicitly asking for more?