Meg James is a corporate media reporter for the Los Angeles Times, covering the business of television and digital disruption in the entertainment industry. She has been a member of the Company Town team for more than a decade. She previously wrote for the Miami Herald and the Palm Beach Post. A native of Wyoming, she is a graduate of the University of Colorado and Columbia University.
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Newly released videos from Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office show a woman struggling to grasp the enormity of the incident and her potential liability.
The trove of files released Monday include dash cam footage from deputies and detectives arriving at the Bonanza Creek Ranch set after the shooting.
The mogul faces numerous challenges in restoring the Warner Bros. studio to its former glory after nearly four years of AT&T ownership.
CEO Jason Kilar spent nearly two years at WarnerMedia, refocusing the company around its streaming services HBO Max and CNN+.
In interviews with The Times this month, nearly two dozen people who were on set with the actor expressed concern about Willis’ well-being.
‘Die Hard’ and ‘Pulp Fiction’ actor Bruce Willis ends his acting career after being diagnosed with aphasia, his family announces.
Los líderes de la Academia, la cadena ABC y el Sindicato de Actores reaccionan al impactante altercado de Will Smith con Chris Rock en el escenario de los Oscars el domingo por la noche.
Academy leaders, ABC and the Screen Actors Guild react to Will Smith’s shocking encounter with Chris Rock on the Oscars stage Sunday night.
Will Smith, in a post, said “my behavior at last night’s Academy Awards was unacceptable and inexcusable... There is no place for violence in a world of love and kindness.”