Matt Belloni

Editorial Director of The Hollywood Reporter

Editorial Director of The Hollywood Reporter

Matt Belloni on KCRW

Part of the  streaming wars  is figured out how to release episodes--all at once, weekly, or some combination of the two?

Hollywood news banter: To binge or not to binge?

Part of the streaming wars is figured out how to release episodes--all at once, weekly, or some combination of the two?

from The Business

The new Clint Eastwood movie ‘Richard Jewell’ includes a  journalist character who shares the name with a real Atlanta-based reporter .

Hollywood news banter: The hazards of making movies about real people

The new Clint Eastwood movie ‘Richard Jewell’ includes a journalist character who shares the name with a real Atlanta-based reporter .

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It’s been seven months since Hollywood writers fired their agents. TV shows and movies are still being made. But the impasse between writers and agents continues.

Hollywood writers still feuding with big talent agencies; no resolution in sight

It’s been seven months since Hollywood writers fired their agents. TV shows and movies are still being made. But the impasse between writers and agents continues.

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