Matthew Belloni

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Matthew Belloni is the former editorial director at the Hollywood Reporter, and formerly at Billboard.

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Hollywood is having a moment of reckoning regarding abusive workplace behavior.

Rage coaches are suddenly all the rage in Hollywood

Hollywood is having a moment of reckoning regarding abusive workplace behavior.

from The Business

The LA Times took a deep dive into accusations of workplace misconduct at the talent agency ICM.

Spotlight stays on toxic Hollywood workplaces with LA Times’ ICM report

The LA Times took a deep dive into accusations of workplace misconduct at the talent agency ICM.

from Hollywood Breakdown

For viewers who felt priced out of HBO Max’s $15 a month subscription fee, there will soon be a cheaper option.

New pricing option for HBO Max, Netflix embraces channel surfing

For viewers who felt priced out of HBO Max’s $15 a month subscription fee, there will soon be a cheaper option.

from The Business

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ArcLight and Pacific Theater locations all over LA and the country are closed for good now.

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Seward Johnson’s, 26-foot tall, 2011 sculpture “Forever Marilyn” depicts the truly iconic Marilyn Monroe mid-subway breeze from that famous scene in “The Seven Year Itch” — face…

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Producer Scott Rudin’s bullying has been an open secret in Hollywood for decades, and now it’s going public.

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Six Flags Magic Mountain welcomed visitors again this past weekend as theme parks got the green light to reopen due to reduced COVID-19 case numbers.

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After filmmaker Raoul Peck made his award-winning James Baldwin documentary “I Am Not Your Negro,” he had a lot of suitors in Hollywood.

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