Lively banter about entertainment industry news and in-depth interviews with directors, producers, writers and actors, hosted by award-winning journalist Kim Masters of The Hollywood Reporter.
Plus, how “Madame Web” is symptomatic of Sony’s much bigger superhero problem.
PREVIEW: Kim Masters speaks to writer Tony McNamara, who adapted a 1992 Alasdair Gray novel into the Oscar nominated Yorgos Lanthimos film, Poor Things.
Filmmaker and war correspondent Mstyslav Chernov shares how an Associated Press assignment in war-torn Ukraine led to his devastating Oscar contender for Best Documentary.
Plus, a Mickey Mouse clapback as the Disney proxy war wages on.
How a 700-page biography became a three-hour, R-rated depiction of “people talking in rooms” that swept the 2024 Oscar nominations.
Another streamer? In this economy?
Writer-director Ed Zwick recounts his “Glory” days and other stories in his new memoir, “Hits, Flops, and Other Illusions.”
Plus, parsing Byron Allen’s interest in purchasing Paramount Global.
Parsing “Oppenheimer” domination, a lack of “Barbie” love, and a French Best Picture nominee that France didn’t even submit for an Oscar.
Filmmaker Matthew Heineman shares how he made the Jon Batiste doc ‘American Symphony’ with credit cards, stealth Grammy footage, and notes from President Obama.
Jon Stewart returns to ‘The Daily Show,’ film chief Scott Stuber exits Netflix, we break it all down for you.
Warner Brothers has announced a strategic partnership with Tom Cruise that will bring the star’s production company to the studio lot this year. What does this deal actually mean?
When singer-songwriter Jon Batiste set out to make what he now calls a “boring process documentary” about composing a symphony, he and director Matthew Heineman couldn’t have predicted…
Amazon is laying off hundreds of employees as a result of consolidation and reorganizing across its studios.
Fargo creator Noah Hawley’s FX anthology series is just wrapping up its fifth critically acclaimed season.
The Disney proxy fight continues, with CEO Bob Iger gearing up to stave off advances.
Actor Gary Oldman talks about starring in Apple TV+’s spy thriller series, ‘Slow Horses.’
What will 2024 hold for Paramount, Warner Bros. Discovery, Disney, Netflix, and mega-agencies CAA and Endeavor?
Hollywood’s messy year: Strikes disrupted show biz, the box office surprised, studios and execs struggled, and streamers started licensing.
Netflix released its first report revealing viewership patterns. Why does it matter? What does the data reveal? And what happens next?