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Jimmy Fallon’s Bittersweet ‘Box Of Lies’ With His ‘Forever Friend’ Julianne Moore

Jimmy Fallon competed with Oscar-winning actress Julianne Moore on The Tonight Show on Tuesday night, where the lying skills (is lying a skill?) of both contestants were put to the extreme test, as Hollywood Reporter mentioned. As People...Show More Summary

Gender Bias in Hollywood Reportedly Draws Federal Scrutiny

The American Civil Liberties Union had sought an investigation into the hiring practices of studios, networks and talent agencies.

Actress Julianne Moore Responds to MRC Study

An MRC study published yesterday was the subject of a piece in The Hollywood Reporter. The study analyzed the violence in the top 10 movies currently in theatres to showcase the hypocrisy of celebrities demanding gun control after the Roseburg shooting. (For the record: 334 separate violent acts; 121 acts of gun violence; 39 dead out of 142 total victims.)

Old Yeller Actor Kevin Corcoran Dies at 66

Kevin Corcoran, who starred in the 1957 classic Old Yeller, has died after a five-year battle with colorectal cancer, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 66. Corcoran played Arliss Coates, the youngest brother in both Old Yeller and the 1963 sequel Savage Sam. He reteamed with his co-star... Read More > Other Links From Kevin Corcoran Old Yeller

Rick Moranis won't appear in the 'Ghostbusters' reboot

The Keymaster has left the building. In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, beloved comedian Rick Moranis — who hasn't appeared onscreen in a film or TV show since 1997's Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves — says that unlike Bill Murray,...Show More Summary

Dan Rather Confesses 'A Lot of Flaws,' But Not on Rathergate

The forthcoming Rather-phony-documents movie – shamelessly titled Truth – is the latest occasion for Rather to claim (to The Hollywood Reporter) "We reported a true story....There wasn't any doubt then, and there is no doubt in any reasonable...Show More Summary

'Jackass' star Steve-O gets 30 days in jail for his Sea World protest

Jackass star Steve-O was sentenced to 30 days in jail on Wednesday after climbing at least 100 feet up a crane in Hollywood to protest Sea World in August, the Associated Press reports After climbing the crane, Steve-O, who's real name is Stephen Glover, inflated a large killer whale balloon with the words "Seaworld Sucks" and lit fireworks. Show More Summary

Rupert Murdoch says Ben Carson would be a ‘real black president’

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21st Century Fox head Rupert Murdoch promoted a Ben Carson interview on Fox News on Wednesday by suggesting he is more black than President Barack Obama. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Murdoch called the former neurosurgeon and his wife “terrific” on Twitter before adding,...

Newswire: Tatiana Maslany in talks to play one person in David Gordon Green’s Stronger

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany is “in early negotiations” to join Stronger, the Boston Marathon bombing movie directed by David Gordon Green. Stronger is based on a book of the same name by Jeff Bauman,...Show More Summary

Tatiana Maslany In Talks For Boston Bombing Drama; Alex Wolff Joins ‘The Standoff’

Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany is early negotiations to star in Stronger, an upcoming film about the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing that will focus on survivor Jeff Bauman, who lost both legs during the attack. The Hollywood Reporter first reported the news. Show More Summary

Aaron Sorkin Says Steve Jobs' Widow Told Leonardo DiCaprio & Christian Bale Not to Do the Movie

Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, and Jeff Daniels get serious for the lastest cover of The Hollywood Reporter. Here’s what the Steve Jobs cast had to share with the mag: Michael on playing Jobs: “I was nervous. I was very nervous. It was going to be a big challenge, the volume of words alone. [...]

Newswire: Steve-O gets 30 days in jail, temporary ban from Hollywood for crane shenanigans

The saga of Steve-O (real name Steven-O) and his ill-conceived crane-based protest against SeaWorld has apparently reached its conclusion, as news network KTLA is reporting that Steve-O has just been sentenced to 30 days in jail. OnShow More Summary

Fox Renews Series for Two Years

Fox sent a signal to one of its shows that it intends to keep the series around for a while. The show is “Bob’s Burgers,” which received a renewal for seasons seven and eight. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports...

No keymaster this time: Rick Moranis turns down role in Ghostbusters remake

I do not believe, for one second, that Ghostbusters 3 will be a movie worth watching. And apparently Rick Moranis doesn't believe it's a movie worth acting in: The Hollywood Reporter says Moranis turned …

Newswire: Rick Moranis turned down a cameo in the Ghostbusters reboot

In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Rick Moranis revealed that, contrary to popular belief (and his own Wikipedia page), he hasn’t officially retired from acting. But that doesn’t mean he’s going to reprise his role, however briefly, as Louis Tully in Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot. Show More Summary

Jennifer Lopez To Host And Perform On American Music Awards, Joe Jonas And Charlie Puth Up Ahead

Jennifer Lopez fans rejoice as The Hollywood Reporter confirms that Jennifer Lopez will be hosting and performing in the upcoming American Music Awards 2015. The American Music Awards 2015 (AMA) is still a few weeks ahead but we have confirmed, straight from Jennifer Lopez herself, that she will be hosting and performing on the night... Show More Summary

The New 'X-Files' Opening Credits Might Look A Little Familiar

The truth is still out there people, and so are the original "X-Files" opening credits. At a screening for the new series at MIPCOM television trade fair on Tuesday, which was reportedly warmly received, The Hollywood Reporter says some of the biggest applause came when the original opening credits aired before the episode. Show More Summary

The Feds Are Officially Investigating Hollywood's Glaring Gender Gap

The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has officially launched an investigation looking into the lack of female directors working in Hollywood. The LA Times reports government officials have already requested interviewsShow More Summary

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