Hollywood players continue to back away from the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., with Warner Bros. joining Netflix and Amazon Studios in cutting ties.
Members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. voted in favor of moving ahead with proposed reforms prompted by a Los Angeles Times investigation that raised questions about the group’s practices.
Amid a boom in Spanish-language programming, Telemundo opens a new studio in Miami dedicated to creating programs specifically for streaming services.
Current and former employees of ICM Partners allege that the talent agency tolerated harassment and misconduct toward women and people of color.
Actor known as “Zach Avery” indicted on fraud charges in sprawling Hollywood Ponzi scheme
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