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  1. hollywood
    Public Nudity, Near Deaths, and Other Wild Tales from Chateau MarmontHighlights from a new tell-all.
  2. john singleton
    Why America Needs More Movies Like John Singleton’s RosewoodThe director’s 1997 film is one of the few to explore black experiences with racist terrorism between the Civil War and the civil-rights movement.
  3. in conversation
    Anjelica Huston on Growing Up, and Growing Older, in Hollywood“I always thought how great it would be to be a woman of leisure. But I have to work.”
  4. writers vs. agents
    More Than 7,000 WGA Writers Officially Fire Their AgentsThe battle centers on the agency practice of “packaging.”
  5. writers vs. agents
    How Hollywood Writers Are Finding Jobs After Firing Their AgentsCan the WGA’s internet jobs board, a Twitter hashtag, and networking “mixers” provide the employment connections agents once did?
  6. the industry
    The Hollywood Fight That’s Tearing Apart Writers and Agents, Explained“If you can only leverage profit for yourself, but not for me, what the fuck do I need you for?”
  7. the industry
    WGA Slams Hollywood’s Four Biggest Agencies With Lawsuit“Charging packaging fees is not only bad for writers, it is unlawful.”
  8. hollywood
    What’s the Difference Between an Agent and a Manager?As the WGA-ATA dispute continues, let’s break down these two similar but separate gigs.
  9. surveys
    How Do Hollywood Writers Feel About Leaving Their Agents? 8 Weigh In.“We’re just going to be floating, and people aren’t going to give a fuck. There are going to be casualties for sure.”
  10. representation
    Why Are Latinx Stories Still So Rare on TV?The showrunners of One Day at a Time and Vida talk Hollywood, Latinx representation, and the “alchemy” of seeing yourself on TV.
  11. the industry
    That Big Hollywood Agent-Writer Fight Gets a New ChapterWGA members have overwhelmingly voted to restrict what their agents can do.
  12. chat room
    Abby’s Star Natalie Morales Is Making TV History“It’s something that I can’t talk about too much or I’ll burst into tears.”
  13. apple tv
    A Guide to All of Apple’s Announced Streaming ProjectsApple TV+ will launch this fall with an ambitious slate of TV and film projects. Here’s what’s already in the works.
  14. the streaming wars
    Apple’s TV Event: What We Know (And Don’t Know) About Its Streaming PlatformThe tech giant is making a billion-dollar bet to turn itself into a major player in the TV industry. Will it work?
  15. lgbtq
    Ellen Page Says Hollywood Pressured Her to Stay in the Closet“I was distinctly told, by people in the industry, when I started to become known: ‘People cannot know you’re gay.’ ”
  16. academy awards 2019
    Just Skip the Oscars This YearEven the people planning the awards show seem over it.
  17. time's up
    Time’s Up President and CEO Lisa Borders Announces ResignationThe former WNBA president was appointed to the position late last fall.
  18. first person
    Amber Tamblyn: What Growing Up in Hollywood Taught Me About Boys’ ClubsDecades later, the Oscars are still going to men.
  19. movies
    The Best Movies You Can’t See (Yet)The 2018 Black List is a look inside the minds of Hollywood’s next great screenwriters. We turned five of their scripts into comics.
  20. #metoo
    Elisabeth Moss, Tyra Banks, and More on What’s Changed in Hollywood Post-#MeToo“I would say the way certain male directors have spoken to me is different.”
  21. hollywood
    The True Story Behind My Dinner With Hervé“Now I’ve told you all ze bullshit stories, what about ze truth? Would you like to hear ze real story of my life?”
  22. burglary
    There’s a New Bling Ring in TownThe LAPD arrested three teens suspected of burglarizing the homes of Rihanna, Christina Milian, and other celebrities.
  23. burglary
    There’s a New Bling Ring in TownThe LAPD arrested three teens suspected of burglarizing the homes of Rihanna, Christina Milian, and other celebrities.
  24. the industry
    NBC Chief Bob Greenblatt Is Stepping Down TodayAfter eight years at the Peacock, sources say Greenblatt is leaving to find new challenges.
  25. tv review
    Who Gets to Define Jane Fonda?The HBO documentary Jane Fonda in Five Acts reduces the Hollywood legend, even as it strives to exalt and empower her.
  26. first person
    17 Years After 9/11, I’m Still a Terrorist in Hollywood’s EyesThis week, we observe the anniversary of 9/11 and start a new fall TV season. As unconnected as those may seem, they are totally intertwined for me.
  27. #metoo
    Here’s How #MeToo Leaders Are Responding to the Asia Argento AllegationsRose McGowan, Rosanna Arquette, and Tarana Burke refuse to let it damage the movement.
  28. les moonves
    CBS Investigating Les Moonves Ahead of New Yorker Report“The Board will promptly review the findings and take appropriate action.”
  29. sexual harassment
    Mira Sorvino Claims Casting Director Gagged Her With a Condom When She Was 16The actress says she’s been asked for sex in exchange for a role many times.
  30. interview
    Marisa Tomei Knows What She’s WorthA frank conversation on money, beauty, and sticking with work you love.
  31. podcasts
    You Must Remember This Is Back With Stories of Hollywood’s ‘Urban Legends’Karina Longworth previews the new season of her hit podcast about Hollywood’s forgotten history.
  32. politics
    Cynthia Nixon Goes After New York’s Tax Breaks for MoviesIs she exposing corporate welfare, or biting the hand that feeds?
  33. sexual harassment
    With #AskMoreOfHim, Men in Hollywood Pledge to Hold Each Other AccountableDavid Schwimmer, David Arquette, and Matt McGorry helped form the new group.
  34. sexual misconduct
    94 Percent of Women in Hollywood Say They’ve Been HarassedAccording to a new survey.
  35. time's up
    Why Kate Middleton Didn’t Wear Black to the BAFTAsShe showed up in a green dress, despite Time’s Up’s campaign.
  36. hollywood
    Charlyne Yi Says Marilyn Manson Harassed ‘Every Woman’ While Visiting House SetHe also called Yi a “China man.”
  37. iO West Is Shutting Down Next WeekiO West, the Los Angeles branch of Chicago’s iO Theater (formerly ImprovOlympic) founded by Del Close and Charna Halpern, is closing its doors […]
  38. #metoo
    Dylan Farrow Slams New York Times Columnist Who Defended Woody Allen“I’ve consistently stated the truth for 25 years, I won’t stop now.”
  39. Holly Hunter Is Keeping It RealThe Oscar-winning actress on aging in Hollywood, returning to TV, and the latest act of her “durable” career.
  40. Salma Hayek Tells Oprah She ‘Felt Ashamed’ for Delaying Her Weinstein Story“I felt like my pain was so small compared to all the other stories.”
  41. hollywood
    Keira Knightley Says Female Characters in Modern Films ‘Nearly Always Get Raped’“I don’t really do films set in the modern day because the female characters nearly always get raped.”
  42. pay gap
    Mark Wahlberg Is Donating $1.5 Million to Time’s UpIn Michelle Williams’s name.
  43. sexual harassment and assault
    Liam Neeson Thinks Hollywood’s Reckoning Is a ‘Bit of a Witch Hunt’With regards to Garrison Keillor and Dustin Hoffman, specifically.
  44. time's up
    Greta Gerwig Says She Will Not Work for Woody Allen Again“If I had known then what I know now, I would not have acted in the film.”
  45. golden globes 2018
    The Whispers Were Deafening at the Golden GlobesIt feels like a very thin wall that separates the “bad men” locked out of the room and those still guaranteed a seat comfortably inside.
  46. golden globes 2018
    Time’s Up Initiative Has Raised Nearly $16 MillionThe money will go toward the campaign’s Legal Defense Fund.
  47. golden globes 2018
    Rosario Dawson Wants Everyone to Wear Black TomorrowIncluding those who aren’t at the Golden Globes.
  48. power
    What Is Time’s Up, a New Women’s Initiative in Hollywood?Hundreds of A-listers including Shonda Rhimes, America Ferrera, and Reese Witherspoon, are members.
  49. golden globes 2018
    Why You Should Absolutely Watch the Golden Globes This YearIt should be the most interesting one yet.
  50. legal battles
    Two Weinstein Police Investigations Under Review With L.A. District AttorneyThe Los Angeles district attorney’s office is reviewing two Beverly Hills police investigations into Weinstein and three reports about James Toback.
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