Carl Diorio

Deputy Film Editor, Hollywood Reporter

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Deputy Film Editor at the Hollywood Reporter

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"The Hollywood business is leaving town and going to various other states.

Hard Times for Hollywood

"The Hollywood business is leaving town and going to various other states.

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That Was the Hollywood Year That Was!

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TV's late-night talk shows are going back on the air with and without writers who are still out on strike against the major producers.

The Latest on the Writers' Strike

TV's late-night talk shows are going back on the air with and without writers who are still out on strike against the major producers.

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With “Avatar: The Way of Water” charting a course for a $1.9 billion international gross, co-writer, producer and director James Cameron can now continue working on the following three…

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