THR Weekly Magazine

THR Weekly Magazine

“No One Is Clamoring to Be at Facebook”: A TV Creator’s Guide to Streaming...

Programming, creators and agents weigh in on the perks, the digs and what each of these digital companies wants most from Hollywood.read more

Behind Amazon Studios’ Executive Purge as New Details Emerge

It's a situation reminiscent of Sony's 1990 takeover of Columbia Pictures as the Seattle-based online retailer struggles in insular Hollywood and is forced to reset its L.A. leadership amid...

‘Hidden Figures’ Inspires Historic State Department Education Exchange

The Oscar-nominated movie is out of theaters but now at the center of an effort to promote education and careers for girls and women in science, technology, engineering and...

Mike Judge Talks ‘Silicon Valley’ Raunch and Why Some Stars Wear Wigs

The co-creator, whose comedy series is Emmy-nominated this year, reveals the most surprising thing he's gotten away with and the biggest misconception about his show.read more

My Wild Summer With Tom Cruise: Women, Sean Penn and the Making of ‘Risky...

In an exclusive book excerpt, Curtis Armstrong, who would go on to co-star in 'Revenge of the Nerds' and 'Moonlighting,' reveals on-set raunch and shooting secrets ("Bible study and...

Will Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Series Be TV’s Most Expensive Show of All...

The megadeal is believed to be for five seasons — plus a potential spin­off — with insiders putting the price tag for global rights at around $250 million.read more

Hollywood’s Next Big Thing: ‘Dunkirk’ Star Fionn Whitehead Goes From London Barista to Leading...

The 20-year-old tells THR he didn't even know what he was auditioning for before landing his high-stakes debut role in Christopher Nolan's war epic.read more

Vladimir Putin Cut From Two Upcoming Hollywood Movies

Though the Russian president may be off-limits thanks to hacking concerns, Russia-themed thrillers (including 'Red Sparrow,' starring Jennifer Lawrence as a spy) are white hot as a new red...

Two Dead on a Tom Cruise Movie Shoot: A Plane Crash in Colombia, Lawsuits...

Was a tragedy during the production of Cruise's 'American Made' preventable? Conflicting accounts and a pilot in a "death pool" raise questions about safety and the filmmakers' role in...

Jay Leno on David Letterman: “Even When He Was Mean to Me, It Was...

The former 'Tonight Show' host pays tribute to his onetime rival, who’ll accept the 2017 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center on Sunday in Washington,...

On Set With ‘This Is Us’: TV’s Feel-Good Megahit Ups the Stakes in Season...

A huge family drama on a broadcast network? Not possible, until NBC's top-rated series arrived to break records, mint stars, score 10 Emmy noms and set high expectations (try...

Leslie Moonves Trims Wife Julie Chen’s Salary for Celebrity ‘Big Brother’

"He comes home for dinner and says in a very Godfather, mafioso-style, 'Jules, you tell your lawyer this is not a negotiation,'" the host says of her husband (and...

Underestimate Donald Glover at Your Own Peril

The red-hot writer, producer, director, musician and now movie star takes a break from Lando duties on the Han Solo movie to dissect his extraordinary rise, 'Atlanta' Emmy hopes,...

‘Pushing Daisies’ Writers Reunite to Talk TV’s Darker Turn, Increasingly Lax Standards

Lisa Joy ('Westworld') and Bryan Fuller ('American Gods') talk about picking battles with network execs and what their new series have in common: "Both our shows have a lot...

NBC’s Bob Greenblatt: Don’t Call the Morgue — Broadcast TV Is Doing Just Fine...

Overnight ratings are the only "dinosaur" in TV, writes the network chairman, who reveals how time-shifted viewing and digital revenue are reinventing his business: "Our shows have a starting...