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The Hollywood ReporterThe Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

The all-new Hollywood Reporter offers unprecedented access to the people, studios, networks and agencies that create the magic in Hollywood. Published weekly, the oversized format includes exceptional photography and rich features.

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Matthew Belloni EDITORIAL DIRECTORAlison Brower DEPUTY EDITORIAL DIRECTORShanti Marlar EXECUTIVE CREATIVE DIRECTORTom Seeley DEPUTY EDITORIAL DIRECTOR, DIGITAL MEDIASudie Redmond EXECUTIVE MANAGING EDITORStephen Galloway EXECUTIVE EDITOR, FEATURESJennifer Martin Laski PHOTO & VIDEO DIRECTORJeanie Pyun DEPUTY EDITORErik Hayden NEWS DIRECTORLacey Rose EXECUTIVE EDITOR, TELEVISIONDavid Katz EXECUTIVE EDITOR, ARTICLESEDITOR-AT-LARGE Kim MastersFILMDEPUTY FILM EDITOR Tatiana Siegel • SENIOR FILM WRITERS Borys Kit, Pamela McClintock TECH EDITOR Carolyn Giardina • STAFF WRITER, FILM Mia Galuppo • INTERNATIONAL FILM EDITOR Deborah YoungTELEVISIONTELEVISION EDITOR, EAST COAST Marisa Guthrie • TELEVISION EDITOR, WEST COAST Lesley Goldberg • SENIOR WRITER, TELEVISION Michael O’Connell TELEVISION WRITERS Rick Porter, Bryn Elise Sandberg • MEDIA & POLITICS WRITER Jeremy BarrREVIEWSREVIEWS EDITOR Jon Frosch • CHIEF FILM CRITIC Todd McCarthy • CHIEF TELEVISION CRITICS Tim Goodman, Daniel Fienberg • CHIEF THEATER CRITIC David…

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↑ FilmRyan for Real?Kavanaugh attempts a comeback in China p. 18TelevisionTown Hall ManiaCNN goes for broke with Dem contenders p. 18Keanu ReevesThe star’s third John Wick film launches to a $57 million U.S. weekend, nearly doubling the second Lionsgate movie’s opening in 2017.Jason MitchellIn the wake of multiple claims of misconduct, the Straight Outta Compton star loses his agent, manager, and roles in Showtime’s The Chi and the Netflix film Desperados.Lauren DolgenThe MTV alumna leaves BuzzFeed to rejoin Viacom and run unscripted programming at Paramount TV.Steve HarveyDays after his syndicated talk show is formally canceled amid low ratings, the TV host also loses his Little Big Shots gig to Melissa McCarthy.Showbiz Stocks↑ $18.49 (+9%)CUMULUS MEDIA (CMLS)The operator of radio stations reverses a quarterly loss due to strength in podcasting and…

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hulu under bob iger’s control: expect ‘older, broader, edgier’

Bob Iger watched Hulu’s 2008 launch from the sidelines, as Disney refused to join the parent companies of NBC and Fox in the streaming service until the following year. But his long game paid off May 14 when Disney gained full operational control over Hulu in a deal that maps out a new future for the long-challenged joint venture once dubbed “Clown Co.” by its digital rivals.Now, for the first time in its 12-year history, Hulu has a single corporate parent. And while top brass is still hammering out details of how it will be integrated with other direct-to-consumer offerings, Disney expects to grow Hulu into at least a $27.5 billion business by 2024.Hulu’s name is often rattled off alongside Netflix and Amazon as one of the dominant streaming services…

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is kavanaugh’s china rebound for real?

On May 16, as Ryan Kavanaugh unveiled a new big-dollar fund that would get him back into the film production business, as well as a stake in a Chinese studio, dealmakers in Cannes were abuzz. Had the pitchman behind Relativity Media (which filed for bankruptcy in 2015) managed to pull off the impossible — getting money out of China at the height of a trade war — or was he simply spinning hype again?Kavanaugh’s new company, Proxima Media, announced that it was teaming with National Arts Entertainment and Culture Group Ltd., a tourism and entertainment company based in Hong Kong that operates a film studio and resort destination in southern China. Proxima said the deal would provide $250 million in equity film financing, which could be leveraged to $1 billion,…

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cable news plays campaign kingmaker

With a massive field of 23 Democrats running for president, would-be contenders have mostly jumped at the opportunity to appear in town hall-style cable news events — giving Fox News, CNN and MSNBC a large role in shaping the race. Yet the networks have taken disparate approaches — CNN has hosted 21 town halls, ranging from Sen. Kamala Harris’ Jan. 28 event, which nabbed 1.95 million total viewers, to spiritual guru Marianne Williamson’s April 14 hour, which drew just 314,000. “We know that some won’t rate particularly well, and yet we are committed to doing town halls with all of them,” says Washington bureau chief Sam Feist, who also notes, “No candidates have said no to us.”Meanwhile, MSNBC, which caters to left-leaning viewers with its primetime opinion programming, has aired…

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jake bloom’s exit marks end of an era in entertainment law

Jake Bloom was a movie star lawyer for the movie star era. Yes, he negotiated deals, some of the biggest Hollywood has ever seen. Bloom made Johnny Depp very rich thanks to the profit definition he crafted for the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. He helped Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone become global action stars. For George Lucas, Bloom, with his partners, carved out the Star Wars merchandise rights that turned an indie film-maker into a billionaire.But when word spread May 15 that Bloom, 77, is retiring along with longtime partner Alan Hergott after a five-decade career, some entertainment law insiders noted the moment as a key industry transition. Bloom was a swashbuckling negotiator with a larger-than-life persona and jet-set relationships whose appearance (part disheveled rabbi, part classic movie mogul;…

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