Josh Rottenberg covers the film business for the Los Angeles Times. He was part of the team that was named a 2022 Pulitzer Prize finalist in breaking news for covering the tragic shooting on the set of the film “Rust.” He co-wrote the 2021 Times investigation into the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. that led NBC to pull the Golden Globe Awards off the air while the organization underwent major reforms. A graduate of Harvard University, he has also written about the entertainment industry for the New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Fast Company and other publications.
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Join The Times for our live coverage of the 2024 Screen Actors Guild Awards as we offer analysis of the Netflix telecast and report from the ceremony at L.A.’s Shrine Auditorium.
Feb. 24, 2024
Elvis has left the galaxy: Austin Butler and director Denis Villeneuve discuss bringing Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen, the vicious villain of ‘Dune: Part Two,’ to life.
Feb. 22, 2024
The 2024 Screen Actors Guild Awards on Saturday will be Netflix’s highest-profile live event to date. Experts say it has the potential to be a win for both parties.
Feb. 22, 2024
Several of Hollywood’s biggest filmmakers, led by Jason Reitman and including Christopher Nolan and Steven Spielberg, are taking over the Village Theater in Westwood.
Feb. 21, 2024
An unusually strong crop of Oscar-nominated actors, directors and crew members gathered at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for a breath of relaxation amid campaigning.
Feb. 12, 2024
AMPAS has increased the number of categories at the Oscars to include a new award for casting. The changes will take effect with the 2026 ceremony.
Feb. 8, 2024
As expected, both movies are now best picture contenders. But “Barbie” star Margot Robbie got boxed out, as did her director Greta Gerwig.
Jan. 23, 2024
Days ahead of Oscar nominations, Thursday’s announcement of this year’s BAFTA nods pushed ‘Oppenheimer’ to the front of the pack while delivering a blow to ‘Barbie.’
Jan. 18, 2024
Originally scheduled to air in September, the 75th Emmys were bumped back amid the labor action that shut down Hollywood for more than six months.
Jan. 16, 2024