Rebecca Keegan

senior film editor at The Hollywood Reporter

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It’s no secret that Hollywood can be a toxic place to work.

Hollywood enlists rage coaches to tamp down on abusive workplaces

It’s no secret that Hollywood can be a toxic place to work.

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