Nikki Finke

LA Weekly Hollywood Reporter and Editor of DeadlineHollywoodDaily.com

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Hollywood business columnist for the LA Weekly and the Owner and Editor of DeadlineHollywoodDaily.com

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Universal Blaze Burns Hollywood History

from Which Way, L.A.?

Three months after the  Writers’ strike,  the actors’ contract is about to run out.   SAG, the  Screen Actors’ Guild , has broken off talks with the film and TV studios.

Another Hollywood Strike on the Horizon?

Three months after the Writers’ strike, the actors’ contract is about to run out. SAG, the Screen Actors’ Guild , has broken off talks with the film and TV studios.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Variety up for Sale; Oscar Prognosticators

from The Business

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Veteran producer David Friendly’s many film credits include three “Big Momma’s House” movies.

from The Business

AT&T will spin off WarnerMedia (the parent company of HBO, CNN, and Warner Brothers film studio) and merge it with Discovery (which owns HGTV, TLC, and Animal Planet) to create a new…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Kim Masters and Matt Belloni offer a fresh banter about the current awkwardness at WarnerMedia.

from The Business

Actor, writer and poet Saul Williams on not talking until he has something to say

from The Treatment

When Meredith Scardino pitched her musical comedy series “Girls5eva,” about an all-but-forgotten late 1990s girl group that reunites in their forties, she made a fake CD case, complete…

from The Business

Director Barry Jenkins on giving his characters time to breathe.

from The Treatment

A statewide program called Project Homekey converts motels, hotels, or vacant apartment buildings into long-term supportive housing for people living on the streets.

from Greater LA

Warner Bros. was hoping for a big summer hit with its movie adaptation of the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical “In the Heights.”

from Hollywood Breakdown

News broke in May that AT&T would be spinning off WarnerMedia to Discovery and that David Zaslav would run the combined media empire, but that deal isn’t closing any time soon.

from Hollywood Breakdown