The stories keep trickling in, with one performer calling Michele “a cancer on humanity.” But her former “Glee” castmate Amber Riley is done talking: “People are dying,” she said.
Arguably Broadway’s most successful director (heard of “Wicked”?), Joe Mantello wasn’t looking to act when Ryan Murphy reached out. Now he’s making everyone watching Netflix cry.
Was Henry Willson really a sexual predator? Were Hattie McDaniel and Tallulah Bankhead an item? And was Rock Hudson’s first screen test really that awful?
The Netflix drama imagines if today’s diversity milestones happened 70 years ago, in Hollywood’s Golden Age. It’s messy, provocative, and worth watching. Two words: Patti LuPone.
Patti LuPone talks to Tim Teeman about leaving America if Trump wins re-election, basement videos, drugs, feuds, Broadway’s future, the TV show ‘Hollywood,’ and a final dream role.
Netflix’s lurid look into the big cat world has become a collective obsession amid the novel coronavirus pandemic—so of course, plenty more series and specials are on the way.
Ryan Murphy, Shonda Rhimes, and showrunners from “Game of Thrones” to “Westworld” each donated thousands to the Relief Fund for Hollywood Support Staff.