Lynda Obst

film producer and author

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Producer of Hollywood feature films, including Sleepless in Seattle and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days; author of Author of Sleepless in Hollywood: Tales from the New Abnormal in the Movie Business

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In our final Talking Point segment today involves a conversation back in July about a sea change in the movie business.

The New Abnormal Movie Business in Hollywood

In our final Talking Point segment today involves a conversation back in July about a sea change in the movie business.

from Which Way, L.A.?

In our final Talking Point segment today involves a conversation back in July about a sea change in the movie business.

The New Abnormal Movie Business in Hollywood

In our final Talking Point segment today involves a conversation back in July about a sea change in the movie business.

from To the Point

Since leaving the New York Times, Linda Obst wrote the novel, Hello, He Lied.

The New Abnormal Movie Business in Hollywood

Since leaving the New York Times, Linda Obst wrote the novel, Hello, He Lied.

from To the Point

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