Amy Kaufman is a senior entertainment writer at the Los Angeles Times, where she began as a staff writer covering film in 2009. In addition to profiling hundreds of cultural figures – Stevie Nicks, Lady Gaga James Taylor – she has broken major investigative stories on sexual harassment in Hollywood. She has reported from the Croisette at the Cannes Film Festival, spent a precious 60 minutes at the Vanity Fair Oscar party and hobnobbed with VIP pooches at the Beverly Hills Dog Show. She is also the author of the New York Times bestseller “Bachelor Nation: Inside the World of America’s Favorite Guilty Pleasure,” a behind-the-scenes look at the reality television franchise “The Bachelor.”
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Six actresses at the top of their game -- Penelope Cruz, Kirsten Dunst, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Hudson, Kristen Stewart and Tessa Thompson -- dive into how to get into character, on-set safety and how best to play drunk.
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From the directors of “RBG,” a new documentary about Julia Child that reveals the sensual, romantic side of the famous chef.
How an armorer and a prop master with scant experience wound up in the middle of the Alec Baldwin “Rust” tragedy.
Lighting director Serge Svetnoy filed the first negligence lawsuit in the Alec Baldwin shooting in New Mexico. Svetnoy said the bullet barely missed him.
Questions linger about the handling of guns on the “Rust” set. Prop weapon supplier Seth Kenney was attached to the production.
Interviews with multiple members of the “Rust” crew paint an hour- by-hour picture of a cascade of bad decisions that created a chaotic set on which a lead bullet was put into a prop gun.