The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones: Film Review

August 20, 2013 in Departments, entertainment, hollywood reporter, Movie Reviews, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, THR Online, USA by Michael Rechtshaffen

Lily Collins stars in Sony's adaptation of Cassandra Clare's best-selling YA book.

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Comic-Con 2012: Hot Panels and Parties

July 12, 2012 in Arrow, business, Comic-Con 2012, Community, Departments, entertainment, Glee, hollywood reporter, Jodie Foster, Joss Whedon, Matt Damon, Quentin Tarantino, Sylvester Stallone, The Big Bang Theory, The Business, The Expendables 2, THR Weekly Magazine, USA by Compiled by Lesley Goldberg and Borys Kit

What to see and do amid the TV and movie panels and big parties during the San Diego fan fest.

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Disney Channel’s Gary Marsh on Tabloid Teen Stars, Marvel and the Junk Food Ban (Q&A)

June 21, 2012 in Departments, Disney Channels Worldwide, entertainment, hollywood reporter, Television, THR Weekly Magazine, USA by Lacey Rose

The 24-year company veteran opens up to THR about toppling Nickelodeon, finding a TV home for "The Avengers" and having so many kids on set: "It's the parents who really have to be parents."

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Emmys 2012: ‘House of Lies’ Showrunner Makes Case for Long-Overdue Dramedy Category

June 21, 2012 in Departments, Emmy Awards, entertainment, hollywood reporter, House of Lies, Showtime, Television, THR Weekly Magazine, USA by Matthew Carnahan

Matthew Carnahan argues that the "occasional great show" gets overlooked because there is no specific award for unconventional comedies.

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LAFF 2012: Festival Chief David Ansen Reveals How He Wooed Woody Allen to Los Angeles (Q&A)

June 14, 2012 in Breaking Bad, Departments, entertainment, hollywood reporter, Los Angeles Film Festival, Movies, Newsroom, THR Weekly Magazine, To Rome With Love, USA, Woody Allen by Gregg Kilday

The L.A.-averse director's new film, "To Rome With Love," will open the festival, and Allen is even planning to attend the premiere.

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Why Theme Parks Need Movie Tentpoles Too

June 14, 2012 in business, Cars 2, Departments, entertainment, hollywood reporter, Pixar, Robert Iger, The Business, THR Online, USA by Alex Ben Block

Disney's Cars Land features the most expensive ride ever made as the industry rebounds big by borrowing -- heavily -- from the studios' blockbusters.

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‘Today’ vs. ‘GMA’: Too Close to Call a Winner in Morning Show Wars

June 8, 2012 in ABC, Barack Obama, Departments, entertainment, Good Morning America, hollywood reporter, Matt Lauer, NBC, Robin Roberts, Television, THR Weekly Magazine, Today, USA by Marisa Guthrie

It's hard to keep track of the ratings seesaw between the ABC and NBC morning shows.

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Produced By Conference: Where Christopher Nolan Meets Tech Giants Like Amazon and Facebook

June 7, 2012 in, Departments, entertainment, Google, hollywood reporter, Movies, Produced By, THR Weekly Magazine, USA by Alex Ben Block

Hollywood heavyweights like the "Dark Knight Rises" director and "Hunger Games" producer Nina Jacobson will be joined by speakers from Silicon Valley's biggest companies at the Culver City conference, running June 8 through 10.

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‘Parenthood’ EP Jason Katims: Why Teen Actor Max Burkholder Deserves an Emmy

June 7, 2012 in 30 Rock, Anna Paquin, Departments, Emmys 2012, entertainment, Game of Thrones, hollywood reporter, Kyle Chandler, Parenthood, Shameless, Tatum O'Neal, Television, THR Weekly Magazine, Tina Fey, USA by Jason Katims

Under 18 equals overlooked. Now the showrunner of the NBC drama makes the case for why his cast member should be recognized for his portrayal of an autistic son.

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Top Turner Execs on ‘Conan’ Ratings, Passing on Charlie Sheen and Canceling ‘Men of a Certain Age’

June 6, 2012 in Anger Management, Charlie Sheen, Conan O'Brien, Cougar Town, Dallas, Departments, Emmys 2012, entertainment, Falling Skies, hollywood reporter, Judd Apatow, Rizzoli & Isles, Steve Koonin, Television, The Big Bang Theory, The Closer, THR Weekly Magazine, Turner Entertainment Group, USA by Lacey Rose

3,000 miles -- and sometimes clashing opinions -- separate the Atlanta-based president and L.A.-based president of programming.

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