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.
With soundstages in short supply and production on the rise, a developer plans to build a new studio in Hollywood.
A Los Angeles judge has ruled in favor of the late singer’s estate in a long-running tax dispute with the IRS.
The Hollywood Foreign Assn. board will announce major changes in the wake of a Times investigation.
The veteran journalist said when naysayers would offer him reasons why he should pass on the job, it only made him more eager to come to The Times: ‘I think we’ll shock the world.’
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