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Kimberly Nordyke

Managing Editor, Digital

Kimberly Nordyke earned her master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1999. She has been with The Hollywood Reporter since June 2000, joining as a Copy Editor and moving into a Television Reporter role in 2004. She joined the digital team in 2009, working her way up to her current position as Managing Editor, where she helps to oversee awards coverage for, among other responsibilities.

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John Oliver Lobs Insults at Elon Musk on ‘Last Week Tonight’: “A Man Who Can Pull Off Pretty Much Any Bad Guy in a Movie”

John Oliver did a deep dive into Elon Musk on Sunday’s Last Week Tonight, and came up with a slew of insults to lob at the billionaire tech mogul. “This is our final show of the year, so we thought we’d focus on someone who’s had a pretty big 12 months,” the HBO late night […]

‘Sesame Street,’ ‘Muppets Mayhem,’ Jack Black Among Winners at Children’s and Family Emmy Awards

HBO/Max’s Sesame Street, Disney+’s The Muppets Mayhem and Jack Black were among the winners at the second annual Children’ &’s and Family Emmy Awards, which were handed out Sunday night by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.  Among its wins, Sesame Street (in its 56th season) was named best preschool series, while The […]

Golden Globes: ‘Barbie’ and ‘Succession’ Lead Nominations; See Full List

Barbie and Succession lead the nominations for the 2024 Golden Globes, which were revealed Monday morning. Barbie and Succession each took nine noms in the film and TV categories, respectively. On the film side, Oppenheimer came in next, with eight nods, followed by Killers of the Flower Moon and Poor Things with seven each. Netflix […]

Mort Engelberg, ‘Smokey and the Bandit’ Producer Who Worked on Bill Clinton’s Presidential Campaigns, Dies at 86

Mort Engelberg, who was a producer on films including Smokey and the Bandit and The Big Easy before transitioning into politics as an “advance man” for Bill Clinton and other presidential candidates, died Saturday in Los Angeles of natural causes. He was 86. “He was a wonderful person, a wonderful husband. He loved the movie […]

Film Independent Spirit Awards: Full List of Nominees

American Fiction, May December and Past Lives lead the nominations for the 2024 Film Independent Spirit Awards, which were were announced Tuesday morning. Each film garnered five noms, including best feature. Also nominated in that category are All of Us Strangers, Passages and We Grown Now. The Robert Altman Award, which is given to one […]

John Oliver Mocks George Santos and Fabio on ‘Last Week Tonight’

John Oliver opened the Nov. 19 episode of Last Week Tonight with a few jokes at the expense of both George Santos and Fabio. Oliver noted at the start of his HBO show the news regarding disgraced congressman Santos, who, on Friday, became the first U.S. House member to be expelled in more than 20 […]

George Santos Responds to Ziwe’s Request for an Interview: “Let’s Do It”

Is Ziwe getting an interview with George Santos? That was a deal seemingly agreed to on X (formerly Twitter) on Sunday between Santos, the disgraced congressman, and Ziwe, the comedian/writer/interviewer. It all started Saturday, when Ziwe responded to an X user who had posted photos of both Santos and Ziwe with the message, “This interview […]

Florence Pugh Hit in the Face by Flying Object While Promoting ‘Dune: Part Two’ at CCXP in Brazil

Florence Pugh was hit in the face by a flying object during an appearance at CCXP 2023 on Sunday. The actress was onstage with her fellow Dune: Part Two stars when an object was thrown in her direction, seemingly from the audience, and hit her in the face, according to videos circulating online. In the […]

John Oliver Jokes He Doesn’t Need Movies Anymore Thanks to 17-Minute Viral Hamster Maze Video

John Oliver is celebrating the end of the actors strike — sort of. On Sunday’s Last Week Tonight, he noted that the 118-day strike had come to an end after SAG-AFTRA reached a tentative deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers last week (the deal still has to be ratified by the […]

Critics Choice Documentary Awards: ‘Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie’ Named Best Doc Feature

Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie was the top winner at the 2023 Critics Choice Documentary Awards, which were handed out Sunday night. Among the other prizes the film collected was the best narration award for Michael J. Fox. It also won best biographical documentary, best direction for Davis Guggenheim and best editing for Michael […]

‘Ferrari’ Star Adam Driver Tells Festgoer “F*** You” After Being Asked About “Cheesy” Crash Scenes

Adam Driver didn’t mince words when asked about the “cheesy” crash scenes in his new movie, Ferrari. The film was screened Sunday at Poland’s Camerimage Film Festival, followed by a Q&A with the star, who also is an executive producer on the movie. “What do you think about [the] crash scenes?” Driver was asked by […]

Matthew Perry to Be Remembered in VH1, ‘Entertainment Tonight’ News Special (Exclusive)

VH1 is planning to honor the life and legacy of Matthew Perry, who died Oct. 28 at age 54, with an exclusive Entertainment Tonight news special. VH1 & ET Present Matthew Perry: Life and Legacy is set to air Nov. 7, at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT on VH1, and encore Nov. 11 at 10 a.m. ET/PT. The tribute special […]