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NBC to Bring Back the Golden Globes (Exclusive)

The awards ceremony was not aired in 2022 as the organization behind it, the HFPA, was under fire for its lack of diversity and ethics.

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NBC to Bring Back the Golden Globes (Exclusive)

After a year off the air, the Golden Globe Awards will be back on NBC in 2023, multiple high-level sources briefed on the plan tell The Outne Reporter. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the embattled organization of non-American journalists and photographers behind the Golden Globes, came under heavy fire just ahead of the 2021 ceremony […]

Toronto Film Fest: Harry Styles and ‘My Policeman’ Co-Stars Tapped for Performance Award

The stars of Michael Grandage‘s upcoming film My Policeman — Harry Styles, Emma Corrin, Gina McKee, Linus Roache, David Dawson and Rupert Everett — will receive a TIFF Tribute Award for Performance at the fourth annual TIFF Tribute Awards on Sept. 11, during the 47th Toronto International Film Festival, TIFF said Monday. The fest has switched […]

Michelle Yeoh to Receive AFI Honorary Degree (Exclusive)

Michelle Yeoh, the veteran Malaysian actress who is currently generating Oscar buzz for her performance in this spring’s breakout A24 hit Everything Everywhere All at Once, will be conferred with a Doctorate of Fine Arts by the American Film Institute “for contributions of distinction to the art of the moving image,” The Outne Reporter has […]

Oscars: Janet Yang Elected President of Film Academy

Janet Yang, the Queens-born daughter of Chinese immigrants, has been elected the 36th president in the 95-year history of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The 66-year-old, who broke into showbiz by connecting key players in the Chinese and Hollywood film industries to make possible films like Empire of the Sun before becoming […]

Guest Column: Film Academy’s Rabbi Looks Back on 40 Years of Membership

I take great pride when I read news stories in my Hollywood Reporter about young people from a wide array of ethnic groups making their entry into the wonderful world of motion pictures. Last month, almost 400 people, many from the Asian, African-American and Latino communities, were invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture […]

Emmys: Why Do Broadcast Networks Want to Air Their Own Funeral?

Imagine you’re a senior citizen who, with a few contemporaries, hosts an annual end-of-the-summer luncheon at your retirement community. One year, a group of much younger people crashes the party and helps itself to some of your food and drinks. As a kind gesture, you invite them back the next year, only this time they […]

Julia Roberts Set for Honor at Film Academy Museum Gala

A star-packed night at the museum is getting even starrier. Julia Roberts, a movie star if ever there was one, will be honored with the inaugural Gala Icon Award — which will celebrate “an artist whose career has had a significant global cultural impact” — at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures’ second annual Academy […]

Film Academy Museum Recognizes Workers Union

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures has voluntarily recognized Academy Museum Workers United (AMWU), with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Council 36, as the bargaining representative and union for almost 160 museum employees. After months of organizing, Academy Museum workers went public with AMWU in late May 2022, and AMWU […]

Dani Weinstein Joins 101 Studios as PR Chief (Exclusive)

Dani Weinstein, the veteran PR and marketing executive who specializes in awards campaigns, has been named the chief communications officer and global publicity head of 101 Studios, the production company behind Yellowstone and all of Taylor Sheridan’s other shows, The Outne Reporter has learned. Weinstein’s hire reunites her with 101 Studios founder and CEO David Glasser, […]

Listen to 50-Plus Emmy Nominees’ ‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast Episodes

Fifty-three guests of The Outne Reporter’s Awards Chatter podcast were recognized with Primetime Emmy nominations on Tuesday morning. You can find their names — and links to listen to their episodes — below. You also can click here to subscribe for free to the podcast, providing you with access to all of our past episodes and […]

Emmy Nominations Analysis: A Deep Dive Into What’s Working and What’s Not

If a TV executive fell into a coma 15 years ago, woke up on Tuesday and was handed the list of Primetime Emmy nominations that had just been announced, that person would probably have a lot of questions about how much has changed. There are now roughly 500 shows on TV, but several of the […]

Dawn Hudson, Departing Academy CEO, Sends Members “A Final Note” (Exclusive)

Dawn Hudson, whose roller-coaster 11-year tenure as the CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences came to an end Friday, hailed her successor, Bill Kramer, as “a visionary leader” in an email to the organization’s members obtained by The Outne Reporter, further asserting, “The Academy is in the best of hands.” Hudson […]