Rebecca Keegan

senior film editor at The Hollywood Reporter

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While the WGA strike continued in the United States, many writer-directors, actors were promoting their films at Cannes. Did that weaken the WGA effort?

Cannes: ‘A complete bubble, far removed from the US film and television industry’

While the WGA strike continued in the United States, many writer-directors, actors were promoting their films at Cannes. Did that weaken the WGA effort?

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In a moderated conversation by The Hollywood Reporter, Ronan Farrow and Kim Masters talk about their reporting work, which propelled the #MeToo movement, and the emotional toll of…

Ronan Farrow and Kim Masters: The emotional toll of reporting #MeToo

In a moderated conversation by The Hollywood Reporter, Ronan Farrow and Kim Masters talk about their reporting work, which propelled the #MeToo movement, and the emotional toll of…

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The #MeToo movement brought down powerful Hollywood figures, including Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey. But the organization behind it has imploded.

What led to downfall of Time’s Up? Too much power, conflict of interest

The #MeToo movement brought down powerful Hollywood figures, including Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey. But the organization behind it has imploded.

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Kim Masters and Matt Belloni discuss the Paramount-Skydance merger.

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Have media outlets gone overboard in their coverage of campus protests? What’s at stake in (another) legal battle between states and the White House?

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A string of highly-publicized violent crimes made headlines in May, reigniting concerns about safety on LA Metro. KCRW breaks down the latest crime data from the transit agency.

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