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Film, labor and legal reporter for the Hollywood Reporter
The Screen Actors’ Guild contract is likely to run out next Monday before SAG has made a new deal with the Association of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
Jun. 24, 2008from Which Way, L.A.?
Jun. 2, 2008from The Business
Samuel Beckett’s plays can be really tricky. They are conceptually so full and simultaneously so maddeningly empty. It’s that emptiness that’s the key.
Jun. 3from Opening the Curtain
Should you have the right to hasten your own execution?
Jun. 5from Here Be Monsters
Edward Goldman talks about the solo exhibitions by John Baldessari and Gwynn Murrill at Laguna Art Museum, and Eric Fischl at Sprüth Magers.
Jun. 25from Art Talk
The Sherlock Holmes inspired play “Mysterious Circumstances” is itself a bit of mystery … but not in the way the Geffen’s Artistic Director Matt Shakman probably intended it.
Jun. 24from Opening the Curtain
Writer-producer Simon Kinberg has worked on the X-Men movie franchise since 2006. ‘Dark Phoenix’ was his directorial debut.
Jun. 14from The Business
As the Democratic debates begin this week, we take time to talk TV's coverage of the 2020 election.
Jun. 25from Screengrab
A week after TV writer Liz Feldman lost a family member unexpectedly and found out her fertility treatment had failed again, she took a meeting with some producers, having been told…
Jun. 7from The Business
Nearly three years ago, Fox sued Netflix over the poaching of executives who were under contract.
Jun. 7from Hollywood Breakdown
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I get super technical and talk about flywheels, which are those things on wheely machine parts which make it go whoosh, whoosh. See?
Jun. 19from Martini Shot