Tatiana Siegel

executive film editor at The Hollywood Reporter

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Deputy film editor at the Hollywood Reporter.

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“An absolute monster,” “unhinged,” “a casual disregard for human rights.” These are some of the words The Hollywood Reporter used to describe mega producer Scott Rudin in a new story .

Mega producer Scott Rudin faces accusations of abuse. How did he avoid consequences for so long?

“An absolute monster,” “unhinged,” “a casual disregard for human rights.” These are some of the words The Hollywood Reporter used to describe mega producer Scott Rudin in a new story .

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Top NBCUniversal executive Ron Meyer has left his position following news that he was romantically linked with a young actress.

Hollywood news banter: Ron Meyer leaves NBCUniversal after romance with young actress, extortion attempt

Top NBCUniversal executive Ron Meyer has left his position following news that he was romantically linked with a young actress.

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In the #MeToo era, actors shooting nude and sex scenes come with very specific legal protections.

How does #MeToo change the way sex scenes are filmed?

In the #MeToo era, actors shooting nude and sex scenes come with very specific legal protections.

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