According to The Hollywood Reporter, Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke have come up with an interesting strategy in their attempt to appeal the verdict of the big “Blurred Lines” copyright trial from 2015, when Marvin Gaye’s familyShow More Summary
Amid the mass layoffs at ESPN on Wednesday came a report from Hollywood Reporter that several big-name ESPN personalities, including Ryen Russillo, would be taking on reduced roles moving forward. When Russillo’s radio partner Danny Kanell announced he had been let go, it seemed to figure that Russillo was in trouble. Show More Summary
The Hollywood Reporter published a softball interview with NBC News president Noah Oppenheim, but there was one question that granted an unintentionally funny answer. When asked how the leftist tilt on MSNBC might shade public opinion...Show More Summary
The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore is no more, but at least one of its alums has found a new showcase for her talents. According to The Hollywood Reporter, former Nightly Show head writer and contributor Robin Thede will host her own late-night talk show, The Rundown With Robin Thede, on BET. Show More Summary
According to The Hollywood Reporter, La La Land’s Damien Chazelle is directing a musical TV show called The Eddy that is currently searching for a home. Though THR doesn’t mention the word “jazz” in its story, we’re going to guess that, in one way or another, the genre will be involved. Show More Summary
Damien Chazelle, the Oscar-winning director of La La Land, has a new project on the horizon—but we don’t quite know what exactly it will be just yet. The Hollywood Reporter reports that Chazelle is set to direct... something... for television,...Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: First-quarter attendance at Universal Studios Hollywood jumped 60 percent this year, following last year's opening of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the park's corporate bosses reported today. Comcast Chief Executive Officer Brian Roberts reported the attendance gain to Wall Street analysts in a conference call this morning. Show More Summary
In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, NBC news president Noah Oppenheim is opening up about Megyn Kelly, President Donald Trump, and what he thinks of what's been going on over at Fox News, namely, Bill O'Reilly's departur...
Dr. Luke’s ongoing legal battle with Kesha amid sexual assault allegations seemingly led to his long-anticipated removal as CEO of Kemosabe Records, The Hollywood Reporter noted this week. Quick reminder: Dr. Luke and his company, which...Show More Summary
Forceful words like “fired” aren’t quite accurate when it comes to the news, detailed in The Hollywood Reporter, that Sony is ending its working relationship with Dr. Luke (a.k.a. Lukasz Gottwald), the record producer whom Kesha has accused of years of sexual and psychological abuse while she was under contract with him. Show More Summary
Burton Guster is coming back to the USA Network. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Dule Hill, who played Gus on Psych, is returning to the network after his eight-year stint on the detective series. Hill won't be reprising his beloved Psych role but instead will be playing a brand new character on USA's current smash hit, Suits.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony Music is severing its ties with Dr. Luke at Kemosabe Records, which is a subsidiary of Sony. Dr. Luke established Kemosabe Records with Sony in 2011. Over the past few years, Sony has been under immense pressure from supporters of Kesha to fire Dr. Show More Summary
Hollywood writers may go on strike this May and some of our favorite TV shows may be in jeopardy! Buzz60's Djenane Beaulieu (@djenanebeaulieu) reports.
The site of star-studded soirees during the golden age of Old Hollywood A glamorous Holmby Hills mansion formerly home to Hollywood socialite Edith Meyer Goetz has sold for more than $40 million, The Real Deal Reports. The lucky newShow More Summary
For the newest issue of The Hollywood Reporter, Samantha Bee and Lena Dunham sat down to talk about the election, the world, and Bee's upcoming "Not the White House Correspondents Dinner" special.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony may now be in the midst of severing ties with Lukasz Gottwald, aka Dr. Luke. The news follows a prolonged attempt by the producer to keep Kesha under contract even after the artist accused him of drugging, raping and psychologically abusing her. THR cites “a source” who says that the company is in negotiations to […]
Hit maker Dr. Luke is no longer chief executive of the label he founded under Sony Music in 2011, but sources indicate his relationship with the label hasn’t been completely severed. On Tuesday, the Hollywood Reporter wrote that Sony had distanced itself from the producer, born Lukasz Gottwald,...
Sony’s Kemosabe Records has parted ways with Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald, according to court documents obtained by The Hollywood Reporter. The documents state that Gottwald “is no longer the CEO of Kemosabe Records and does not have authority...Show More Summary
Life finds a way for actor Jeff Goldblum. The “Jurassic Park” star is returning to the dino world after signing on to the “Jurassic World” sequel, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Goldblum will reprise his role as the witty mathematician Dr. Show More Summary
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jeff Goldblum will once again face-off against hungry, hungry pre-historic carnivores in the Jurassic World sequel. Goldblum’s character Dr. Ian Malcolm managed to survive trips to both Jurassic Park and the 1997 sequel The Lost World: Jurassic Park by using his knowledge of chaos theory ... More »