Reality TV Stories: "Who in Here Is a Jew?"

Hamilton Nolan · 10/14/14 10:54AM

The rumbles of workplace discontent among reality television workers are not stopping. Some hopeful signs are emerging. But shitty conditions in the industry persist. Let's hear more!

Here's What It's Like to Film a Hollywood Sex Scene

Gabrielle Bluestone · 10/05/14 09:05PM

Hollywood sex scenes—hot on the screen, painfully unsexy to film. Case-in-point: this behind-the-scenes clip of Brooklyn Decker and Patrick Wilson faking orgasms.

Hamilton Nolan · 09/24/14 12:15PM

The Hollywood Reporter's fawning new profile of CBS boss Les Moonves—one of the media's most overpaid CEOs—reminds us that his daughter Sara is an editor at Vogue, and you're not.

Hamilton Nolan · 07/18/14 11:39AM

Regarding yesterday's shockingly racist Straight Outta Compton casting call, Universal Pictures said in a statement that "the filmmakers ... did not approve and do not condone the information in this casting notice. We regret and sincerely apologize for being in any way associated with the offensive descriptions it contained." They did not say they've stopped working with the casting agency.

TerRio Signed to a Hollywood Talent Agency. What Happens Now?

Jason Parham · 06/10/14 03:10PM

Yesterday TerRio Harshaw, the six-year-old Vine sensation known for his playfully hypnotic dance and habit-forming catchphrase ("Ooh Kill'em"), signed a deal with William Morris Endeavor, the well-known Hollywood talent agency. The news, which spread across Twitter, was initially announced on Instagram. In a photo, TerRio is flanked by WME agents and representatives from Tha Lights—the management company that handles all of his affairs— and the caption reads: "TV show sold and we just signed to William Morris Endeavor!! #LifeIsGreat".

Adam Weinstein · 05/22/14 02:17PM

Not news: James O'Keefe has a new gotcha video that stings such important Hollywood luminaries as Ed Begley Jr. Also not news: James O'Keefe's new gotcha video is deceitfully edited bullshit.

Adam Weinstein · 01/30/14 11:28AM

Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.), an outspoken liberal voice in the House whose district included Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, and parts of Malibu, announced he will retire from Congress after this year. Waxman, 74, called the job "frustrating" of late: "Nothing seems to be happening."