Entertainment

What Is SoftBank’s Endgame in the U.S.?

With the world’s largest tech fund at his disposal (a cool $ 93 billion), the Japanese conglomerate’s brash CEO Masayoshi Son has spent big on everything from robotics to pharmaceuticals, and now he hopes to leverage his investment in Sprint for an aggressive push into pay TV. read more Hollywood Reporter

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Underestimate Donald Glover at Your Own Peril

The red-hot writer, producer, director, musician and now movie star takes a break from Lando duties on the Han Solo movie to dissect his extraordinary rise, ‘Atlanta’ Emmy hopes, his secret sit-down with Billy Dee Williams (in disguise) and how he plans to conquer Hollywood: “Convince them that you speak old white man.” read more Hollywood Reporter

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HBO’s ‘Confederate’ Uproar Sparks TV Industry Debate

Should white creators tell black stories? Top creators John Ridley, Glen Mazzara and more weigh in on the controversial alt-history drama from the ‘Game Of Thrones’ creators, Amazon’s similarly-themed ‘Black America’ and whether it’s “all fair in love and television writing.” read more Hollywood Reporter

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‘Atlanta,’ ‘Silicon Valley,’ More TV Show Bosses on Trump, Best Zingers and Biggest Challenges

The showrunners and executive producers of this year’s Emmy-nominated comedy series open up about everything from Snoop Dogg envy and which network actually wants more raunchiness. read more Hollywood Reporter

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Ryan Murphy Teases, John Landgraf Presentation Among Press Tour Highlights (and Lowlights) From Day 16

‘American Horror Story’ women offer few plot details, but ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’ gets an interest boost on the last day of press tour. read more Hollywood Reporter

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RuPaul on Trump, Transgender Issues and How ‘Drag Race’ Became a “Touchstone for Young People”

The Emmy nominee — he won for best reality host last year — opens up about the outrageous creativity of his show: “Drag is about reminding culture not to take itself so seriously.” read more Hollywood Reporter

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Judge Judy Sells Her Library Back to CBS in Massive Deal

After shopping her library around the industry for as much as $ 200 million, Judy Sheindlin’s stable of more than 5,200 episodes has landed back at CBS. read more Hollywood Reporter

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‘The Glass Castle’: Film Review

Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson and Naomi Watts star in ‘The Glass Castle,’ the big-screen adaptation of Jeannette Walls’ best-selling memoir about her unconventional upbringing. read more Hollywood Reporter

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