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The Biggest Loser: Why Donald Trump Couldn’t Hack It in Hollywood

Donald Trump spent years trying to make it as a Hollywood mogul. Nobody bought his act
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Marvel Entertainment’s Billionaire Chairman Is Donating Big Bucks to Trump

Marvel Entertainment boss Ike Perlmutter is a Mar-a-Lago regular and major donor
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Long-Running Reality Show COPS Might Be Even More Problematic Than You Thought

A new podcast from the journalist behind "Missing Richard Simmons" delves deep into what's happened behind the scenes for 30 years
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Did Producer Scott Rudin Stymie To Kill a Mockingbird’s Shot at Best Play?

Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s novel is a Broadway sensation, but something happened on the way to the Tonys

A Sports Site Hijacked a Comedian’s Video—and Intimidated Her for Complaining

Miel Bredouw's experience with Barstool Sports has raised bigger questions about Twitter's policies
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A Look Back at 5 Decades of Movies and TV Shows Filmed at the Iconic Sportsmen’s Lodge

Big changes are afoot at the Studio City landmark, but luckily it's been immortalized on screen many times over
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A Brief History of Donald Trump’s L.A. Fails

From a failed attempt to buy the Beverly Hills Hotel in the '80s to his recent jabs at the industry Trump has made a long tradition of doing the wrong thing
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Inside the Hollywood Scandal That Looms Over Israel’s Election

Producer Arnon Milchan's generosity and the Prime Minister’s taste for cigars set the stage for indictments that are roiling Israel
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In a Never-Before-Published Interview, Robert Evans Talks ‘Chinatown’: ‘We Weren’t Sure If We Had a Disaster on our Hands’

In 1999, while recovering from a stroke, the notoriously media-shy mogul talked the film that would be a high point of his career

Roma Actor May Miss the Oscars After Being Denied a Visa

Jorge Antonio Guerrero suggests U.S. officials thought he looked more like a laborer than an actor