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Mia Galuppo

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Dan Levy Launches Production Banner, Taps Megan Zehmer as President

Dan Levy, the Emmy winner behind beloved sitcom Schitt’s Creek, has launched a production banner Not A Real Production Company, partnering with long-time publicist Megan Zehmer, who will serve as president of film and television. With today’s announcement, Levy also begins a new overall television deal with Netflix, where he also has a first-look pact […]

Box Office: ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Stays No. 1 With $46M, ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ Impresses With $17M

As expected, Marvel entry Thor: Love and Thunder handily took No. 1 in its second weekend at the North American box office with $46 million in ticket sales, far ahead of the new entry Where the Crawdads Sing, which earned a better-than-expected $17 million. Thor thundered to first at the domestic box office at 4,375 […]

Next Big Thing: Mia Isaac on the Advice John Cho Gave Her While Filming Debut ‘Don’t Make Me Go’

In a Hollywood where the average onscreen high schooler is played by an actor a decade removed from homeroom, Mia Isaac and her lively performance in Don’t Make Me Go stand out. Isaac turned 17 on the first day of filming for the Hannah Marks-directed coming-of-age movie. She plays Wally, the teenage daughter who begrudgingly […]

Russo Bros on ‘Everything Everywhere,’ ‘The Gray Man’ and Working With Netflix: “Nobody Bothers You”

Bringing the phrase “going with your gut” to an altogether new level, Anthony and Joe Russo picked the location of their office for its proximity to pasta. Once regulars at L.A.-based chef Steve Samson’s late Westside outpost Sotto, the duo scored an early invite to his Italian follow-up, Rossoblu, in 2017 — the same year […]

Box Office: ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ Takes $2.3M in Thursday Previews

After last week’s massive Thor: Love and Thunder opening, this weekend will be quieter at the box office with drama Where the Crawdads Sing and animated film Paws of Fury as the two new nationwide entries with Thor expected to keep the No. 1 spot. On Thursday night, Sony and 3000 Pictures’ Crawdads took in […]

Daniel Kaluuya Not Returning for ‘Black Panther 2’

Daniel Kaluuya will not be in the Black Panther sequel, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Rotten Tomatoes was first to report the news. Kaluuya, who will soon be seen in the Jordan Peele thriller Nope, played W’Kabi, the best friend to T’Challa/Black Panther and the husband of Okoye, played by Danai Gurira, who is expected to […]

Idina Menzel, ‘SNL’ Star Sarah Sherman Set for Bat Mitzvah Comedy for Netflix, Adam Sandler

Netflix and Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison have set up comedy You Are SO Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah!, based on the YA novel of the same name, from Alloy Entertainment. Idina Menzel, who starred with Sandler in Uncut Gems, Saturday Night Live castmember Sarah Sherman, Sunny Sandler, Sadie Sandler and Luis Guzmán are set […]

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Passes $600M at Domestic Box Office

Top Gun: Maverick has now made studio history as it passed $600 million at the domestic box office on Tuesday evening. The Top Gun sequel has now earned $601.9 million in North America. In June, the movie passed $1 billion at the global box office, the first Tom Cruise film to achieve the milestone and […]

Amy Winehouse Biopic Taps ‘Fifty Shades’ Director Sam Taylor-Johnson

Director Sam Taylor-Johnson has been tapped to helm the biopic about late singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse. Studiocanal is behind the project, titled Back to Black, which is backed by Winehouse’s estate. Matt Greenhalgh penned the screenplay, with exact plot details currently unknown. A casting search for the onscreen Winehouse is expected to begin soon. The Grammy-winning […]

13 Hollywood Storytellers on Bringing Abortion to the Screen, Then and Now

Following the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade reversal, filmmakers and TV writers — from 'Veep' and 'The Handmaid's Tale' to 'Obvious Child' — discuss their onscreen portrayals and the urgency of telling more stories around reproductive rights with The Hollywood Reporter.

Steven Yeun Joining Bong Joon Ho’s Warner Bros. Sci-Fi Movie

Steven Yeun and director Bong Joon Ho, who worked together on the 2017 Netflix feature Okja, are reuniting for the director’s upcoming sci-fi thriller at Warner Bros. Yeun will join the cast that includes Robert Pattinson, Naomi Ackie, Mark Ruffalo and Toni Collette. The project, which does not yet have a titled, will be based on […]

Russo Bros.’ AGBO Ups Film Exec, Adds TV Hire (Exclusive)

AGBO, the independent production banner headed by Anthony and Joe Russo and producer Mike Larocca,  has upped Kassee Whiting to svp of film and has hired Alessandra Mamán as vp of television. Whiting, who joined AGBO in 2018 after positions at Open Road and Summit Entertainment, recently produced the high-concept horror-thriller All Fun and Games, […]