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Billy Crystal Reflects on ‘When Harry Met Sally’ After Visiting Katz’s Deli for the First Time Since Filming

Billy Crystal is reflecting on When Harry Met Sally more than 30 years after it was released. During an appearance on CBS Mornings, the Emmy winner sat down with morning show host Gayle King at Katz’s Deli, one of the iconic locations from the 1989 film. It was the first time the actor had visited […]

Christopher Nolan Feels “Great About the State of the Movie Business” After ‘Oppenheimer’ Success

Christopher Nolan is looking back at his banner year in Hollywood thanks to Oppenheimer as well as the current state of the cinema landscape. The summer box office saw a much-needed resurgence following the COVID-19 pandemic, which saw movie theaters shut down. But Nolan’s film and Greta Gerwig’s Barbie helped bring cinemagoers back in large […]

Cameron Diaz Defends ‘Back in Action’ Co-Star Jamie Foxx From Set Rumors: “A Professional on Every Level”

Cameron Diaz is defending her Back in Action co-star Jamie Foxx’s on-set decorum following rumors that he made “everything miserable and that I was never gonna make another movie again because of him.” Diaz appeared on a recent episode of Molly Sims’ Lipstick on the Rim, where she discussed working with Foxx, who experienced a medical […]

Josh Kramer, Veteran Executive and Producer of Roman Polanski’s ‘Death and the Maiden,’ Dies at 67

Josh Kramer, a veteran Hollywood executive who produced such films as Roman Polanski’s Death and the Maiden and Sidney Lumet’s Night Falls on Manhattan, has died following a stroke. He was 67. Kramer died Nov. 27 surrounded by family and friends in Santa Monica, according to a representative. The producer, who was a graduate of the […]

Norma Barzman, Screenwriter Who Was Among the Last Survivors of the Hollywood Blacklist, Dies at 103

Norma Barzman, an admired screenwriter of 1940s films whose career was derailed by the Hollywood blacklist and who was one of its last survivors, died Sunday. She was 103. Barzman died of natural causes, surrounded by family, at her home in Beverly Hills, her daughter Suzo Barzman told The Hollywood Reporter. Born Norma Levor in […]

‘Ramy’ Star Steve Way Boards Indie Drama ‘Good Bad Things’ as Executive Producer (Exclusive)

Ramy star Steve Way has boarded 2024 Slamdance Film Festival selection Good Bad Things as an executive producer. The upcoming indie, which will hold its world premiere at the Utah-based fest, hails from first-time director Shane D. Stanger, who co-wrote the feature with longtime friend and star Danny Kurtzman. The movie, which also stars Brett […]

Charles D. King to Receive Milestone Award at 2024 PGA Awards

The Producers Guild of America will honor film producer Charles D. King with the Milestone Award at the 2024 PGA Awards. King will accept the accolade, which is the PGA’s most prestigious honor, at the 35th annual awards show on Feb. 25. The award recognizes producers or production teams that have made historic contributions to […]

Kristen Stewart, Katy O’Brian Find Love and Vengeance in Trailer for A24 Romantic Thriller ‘Love Lies Bleeding’

Kristen Stewart and Katy O’Brian have their hands full — in terms of love and murder — in the first trailer for the A24 romantic thriller Love Lies Bleeding. Directed and co-written by Saint Maud’s Rose Glass, the upcoming movie also stars Dave Franco, Ed Harris, Jena Malone and Anna Baryshnikov in a story that […]

Walter Murch, Kate Amend to Receive ACE Editors Career Achievement Awards (Exclusive)

Renowned three-time Oscar-winning editor Walter Murch — known for films including Apocalypse Now, The Godfather Part II and The English Patient — and respected documentary editor Kate Amend—who cut Academy Award-winning docs Into the Arms of Strangers and The Long Way Home — will receive Career Achievement Awards at the 74th American Cinema Editors Eddie […]

Luc Besson’s ‘Dogman’ Lands March 2024 Release Date in U.S. Theaters

Writer-director Luc Besson’s Dogman will arrive in U.S. cinemas this spring, Briarcliff Entertainment announced Tuesday. The dark thriller, starring Caleb Landry Jones, will open in select cinemas on March 15 and then expands on March 22. Dogman is the embattled filmmaker’s first movie to arrive in theaters after he was cleared of rape charges by […]

Box Office Blues: Global Revenue Forecast Shows 2024 Trailing 2023 in First Post-Pandemic Setback

Next year could mark the first time in the post-pandemic era that global box office revenue suffers a year-over-year downturn. According to leading analytics firm Gower Street, worldwide movie ticket sales are projected to hit an estimated $31.5 billion, a five percent dip from an estimated $33.4 billion in 2023, according to the London-based firm’s […]

‘Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants’ Stars Reunite to Celebrate America Ferrera’s Performance in ‘Barbie’

It was a Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants reunion in New York City on Friday night. When SAG-AFTRA hosted a Barbie Q&A with star America Ferrera at the Robin Williams Center, her Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants co-stars Alexis Bledel, Amber Tamblyn and Blake Lively came out to support and took photos with her at […]

Marvel Drops Jonathan Majors After Assault, Harassment Verdict

Jonathan Majors is out at Marvel Studios in a stunning career blow for the once-rising actor. On Dec. 18, a Manhattan jury found Majors guilty of reckless assault in the third degree and guilty of harassment following a two-week trial that stemmed from a March incident between the actor and his ex-partner, Grace Jabbari. Before […]

Santa Barbara Film Fest: ‘American Fiction’ Star Jeffrey Wright Set for Montecito Award

Jeffrey Wright, the veteran actor who, for his performance as the lead of Cord Jefferson’s social satire American Fiction, is poised to land the first Oscar nomination of his distinguished career, has been tapped to receive the Santa Barbara International Film Festival’s Montecito Award, the fest announced Monday. Wright, 58, will collect the honor following […]

Disney/Lucasfilm Plans Ojibwe Dub for ‘Star Wars: A New Hope’

The Dakota Ojibwe Tribal Council and Disney/Lucasfilm are partnering to translate the original Star Wars: A New Hope movie into an Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) version for a galaxy far, far away. The dubbing of the Star Wars movie also has backing from the Canadian government, the country’s APTN network and the University of Manitoba. Voice actors for […]

David Oyelowo to Receive The Hollywood Reporter’s Trailblazer Award at NATPE Global

David Oyelowo is set to receive The Hollywood Reporter’s Trailblazer Award at NATPE Global next month. The BAFTA, Emmy and Golden Globe nominee, whose credits include Lawmen: Bass Reeves, Selma and Nightingale, will be honored for his contributions to storytelling as an actor, producer, director and writer in both television and film. The award is given to artists […]