'Stranger Things' actress Millie Bobby Brown also will star in the film.read more
Check out Scott Feinberg's in-depth conversations with actors and actresses, directors and screenwriters, songwriters and a sound mixer — from A (as in Casey Affleck) to Z (or at least W, as in Denzel Washington).read more
Season two of the Kaitlin Olson comedy will consist of 13 episodes.read more
But, overall, female characters accounted for just 32 percent of all speaking roles, down slightly from 2015, according to a new study.read more
The 'Star Wars' film will be released in 2018.read more
Clive Standen is forced to live up to Liam Neeson's standard in an NBC series prequel that takes little from the 'Taken' films while also adding little that's new.read more
From the heartbreaking 'Manchester by the Sea' to the melancholy 'Moonlight' to the toe-tapping 'La La Land,' THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg and chief film critic Todd McCarthy make their respective closing arguments for who deserves to take home the gold.
"And just because this attack didn't happen, folks, doesn't mean we don't stand in solidarity with all the people who did not suffer." read more
Trump tweeted that his "last night in Sweden" statement was in reference to a Fox News story.read more
Apatow stressed the importance of "using humor or any other weapon we have."read more
No one in Oscar history has received more nominations without a win than this sound mixer, whose 21 noms span 33 years. read more
Brad Grey's exit comes amid a $450 million loss, a tug-of-war with Viacom's CFO and a plan to impose a "steering committee" to greenlight movies, which may hurt the effort to recruit his replacement.read more
After dozens of golden statuettes were stolen, there was a frantic race to make a whole new batch — but the scramble was all for naught.
"And that is to be the final thing about it," the director tweeted Tuesday. read more
Along with "fake news" and "low-life leakers," the Academy Awards have been the target of some of Donald Trump's most withering tweets. The author of 'The Narcissism Epidemic' suspects that behind the bluster is a yearning to be taken seriously by Tinseltown.read more
'Godfather' actor Carmine Caridi, the only AMPAS member to be expelled for sharing DVD screeners, reflects on his Oscar infamy ("I was doing a guy a favor, and he screwed me") and a career that might have been.read more
'THR' ranks the women vying for Nick Viall's heart based on their episode performance. This week, there are no eliminations, but a fifth woman could be added into the mix when a familiar face returns.
'Dangerous' was originally supposed to be published by Threshold Editions, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. read more
His résumé also included 'The Incident,' 'Two-Minute Warning,' 'Diary of a Mad Housewife' and 'My Favorite Year.'read more
The controversial figure was booked as the keynote speaker at the Washington conference, which welcomes President Trump on Friday.read more
Artist and photographer Rashid Johnson will make his feature directorial debut with the project based on Richard Wright's classic novel.read more
The actress also will produce the adaptation of the upcoming Karen Cleveland novel.read more
He'll topline the drama that will bow its first two hours in 1,000 Imax theaters over Labor Day before bowing later on ABC with extended episodes.read more
'The Brink' alum returns to the cable network and joins fellow Academy Award winner Holly Hunter in the series.read more
Twitter analysis of acceptance speeches at the Golden Globes, Emmys, Grammys and SAG Awards indicates that the anti-Trump sentiment went over well with television audiences.
Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg and Reed Hastings openly challenge a president who may scrap net neutrality and curb globalist growth as Rupert Murdoch and more see opportunity in the chaos.read more
'Quantico' showrunner Josh Safran talks to THR about the decision to make Season 2 more romantic, political and aspirational when it returns in March.
Colleague Neil Cavuto paid tribute during his show: "She took stock of life much more than any stock in life."read more
Paramount's Brad Grey is merely collateral damage in an industry that’s figuring out how to survive.read more
The 'Cider House Rules' author, who gave a pro-choice acceptance speech for his 2000 screenplay win, wants winners to speak their mind come Feb. 26: "In our community, tolerance of intolerance is unacceptable."read more