Los Angeles Times

Scott Collins

Scott Collins is a staff reporter for the Calendar section of the Los Angeles Times, writing mainly about the television industry. He joined the staff in 2004 after previous stints at the Hollywood Reporter and Inside.com. Author of the book “Crazy Like a Fox: The Inside Story of How Fox News Beat CNN,” he is a frequent pop-culture expert on national TV, radio shows and industry panels.

Recent Articles

  • Hollywood's new high-stakes negotiating tool: Twitter

    Hollywood's new high-stakes negotiating tool: Twitter

    Twitter has long been part of the Hollywood swirl. Celebrities routinely use the messaging service as a marketing device. Then there are the VIPs who sometimes make news by tweeting out a random thought that proves offensive — Ashton Kutcher, we're looking at you.

  • Ed Burns displays his original indie attitude with 'Public Morals'

    Ed Burns displays his original indie attitude with 'Public Morals'

    Ed Burns broke into the public consciousness 20 years ago when he wrote, directed, produced and costarred in "The Brothers McMullen," an independent film comedy about Irish Americans in New York. Since then he has appeared in numerous other films, including "She's the One," "27 Dresses" and most...

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