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Lisa de los Reyes

Senior Copy Editor

Lisa de los Reyes is a Senior Copy Editor at The Hollywood Reporter. Before joining THR, she worked as a Copy Editor at the Orange County Business Journal and was Managing Editor at Ladue News, a luxury lifestyle magazine in her hometown of St. Louis. She’s covered topics including business, law, culture and beauty, and enjoys helping talented writers perfect their stories. She graduated from St. Louis University and earned a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University.

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‘The Lord of the Rings’ Trilogy Cast, Then and Now

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, the third film in Peter Jackson’s trilogy, premiered in theaters 20 years ago (on Dec. 17, 2003) to throngs of moviegoers. It was a triumphant moment for everyone involved, the culmination of a franchise that entertained both existing fans of J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels about the […]

The Cast of ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer,’ Then and Now

In the mid-‘90s, a new channel found magic by connecting with the then-current generation of teens, Gen Y (for the youngins out there, that’s what they used to call millennials). The WB, which later became The CW, captured the emerging teenagers’ experience of coming of age at the close of the 20th century. Or at […]

13 Times Hollywood Predicted the Scary (or Not So Scary) Future of AI

Artificial intelligence has gained new technological and cultural relevance in the past year, to the excitement (we assume) of some and the fear of pretty much anyone who’s ever seen a sci-fi movie. Indeed, one of the major reasons for the dual writers and actors strike is concern that studios will use AI to replace […]

Composer Burt Bacharach, Smooth Virtuoso of 1960s Pop, Dies at 94

Burt Bacharach, the velvety smooth composer and orchestrator whose partnership with lyricist Hal David brought swanky sophistication to pop music in the 1960s, has died. He was 94. Bacharach died Wednesday of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles, publicist Tina Brausam announced. Bacharach composed the music for some 50 top 10 hits, including […]

Anne Rice, Author and Screenwriter of ‘Interview With the Vampire,’ Dies at 80

Anne Rice, the famed New Orleans author whose sensational debut novel, 'Interview With the Vampire,' sent her down a supernatural path writing about blood-suckers, witches and werewolves, has died. She was xx.

Cicely Tyson, Actress Who Showed the Power of Women, Dies at 96

She received an Oscar nomination for 'Sounder,' mesmerized TV audiences in 'The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman' and won a Tony for 'The Trip to Bountiful.'

Diana Rigg, Star of ‘The Avengers’ and ‘Game of Thrones,’ Dies at 82

Diana Rigg, the Emmy- and Tony-winning British actress who vaulted to international fame in the 1960s with her performance as the seductive spy Emma Peel on 'The Avengers,' then gained a new following decades later as the cunning Lady Olenna Tyrell on 'Game of Thrones,' has died. She was 82.

Caroll Spinney, Big Bird Muppeteer for Nearly 50 Years, Dies at 85

Caroll Spinney, the big-hearted Muppeteer who climbed inside a claustrophobic feathered costume to play the beloved 'Sesame Street' character Big Bird for almost a half-century, has died. He was 85.