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Hollywood stars back Emma Watson after Palestinian solidarity post
Major figures from the world of film, including Susan Sarandon, Mark Ruffalo, Peter Capaldi and Charles Dance issued a statement in support of Emma Watson and Palestinian solidarity.
Hollywood trailblazer Sidney Poitier dies at 94
Sidney Poitier, the first black man to win a best actor Oscar, died at the age of 94.
Two Golden Globes members resign from ‘toxic’ Hollywood Foreign Press Association
Two members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), the body that organises the Golden Globes, resigned, denouncing the organisation as “toxic” in a letter obtained by the LA Times.
China’s film fans spend on homegrown entertainment as Hollywood struggles
With China’s box office takings expected to return to near pre-pandemic highs in 2021, the world’s largest movie market is becoming more attractive for Hollywood studios.
China’s box office roars while Hollywood remains on mute
China’s box office was off to a roaring start during the crucial Lunar New Year holiday while the majority of cinemas remain closed in North America, underscoring the diverging fates of the world’s two largest film markets.
Walter Bernstein: Blacklisted Hollywood screenwriter dies at 101
Screenwriter Walter Bernstein, among the last survivors of Hollywood’s anti-communist blacklist, whose Oscar-nominated script for ‘The Front’ drew upon his years of being unable to work under his own name, died, aged 101.
Record number of big Hollywood films had female directors in 2020
A record number of female directors took charge of major Hollywood films over the last 12 months, according to an annual gender study which found a “stunning imbalance” when it comes to other off-camera roles.
Hollywood resumed production, but can it last through a second wave?
Hollywood is slowly getting back to work as feature films, Netflix shows and network programs resume production. The industry has introduced enhanced safety protocols and drastic new measures designed by guilds and unions, along with epidemiologists, to keep incidences of COVID-19 down on sets.
Olivia de Havilland, one of Hollywood's longest living legends, dies at 104
Olivia de Havilland, who starred in dozens of movies through the 1930s and '40s, died at age 104. She died at her home in Paris of natural causes, her publicist, Lisa Goldberg, confirmed.
Hollywood: TV, film production can restart June 12
California Governor Gavin Newsom revealed guidelines for film and television productions to resume in Hollywood after months of shutdown due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
California wildfire breaks out near Warner Brothers Studios in Hollywood
Firefighters in California worked overnight to battle a blaze that broke out Saturday in Los Angeles, California, near Warner Brothers Studios near Hollywood.
Iran-Hollywood production ‘1st Born’ to hit US silver screens
The comedy, ‘1st Born’, directed by Ali Atshani, a joint feature film co-production between Iran and Hollywood, will be screened across the US from December 3.

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