Photographed by Bill Phelps (L-R): Yorgos Lanthimos, Ryan Coogler, Marielle Heller, Bradley Cooper, Alfonso Cuaron, Spike Lee Ryan Coogler, Yorgos Lanthimos and Marielle Heller also star on the Director Roundtable. 'Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter' airs every Sunday on SundanceTV. Six leading directors — Ryan Coogler, Bradley Cooper, Alfonso Cuaron, Marielle Heller, Yorgos Lanthimos and Spike Lee — discuss how they conquer the fears of actors, the politics of art in "dangerous times," what you learn in film school and what can ruin a project: "In one word, Hollywood." Viewers can watch the roundtable discussions every Sunday on SundanceTV as part of the cable channel's original nonfiction series, Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter , produced in partnership with THR . Come back to THR.com on Mondays after the shows air for the full, uncensored discussion online. The first of seven episodes — the Director Roundtable — airs this Sunday, Jan. 13. For subsequent episodes, tune in every Sunday at 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT on satellite on channel 557 on DirecTV and 126 on Dish nationwide, and at 10 a.m. ET/PT on cable (channel 625 on Spectrum in L.A., 94 in NYC). The filmed roundtable panels feature Oscar nominated filmmakers and actors and other top stars from the year's top films, including actors, actresses, directors, producers, screenwriters, songwriters and documentary directors. Guests discuss everything from their individual projects to their craft and true stories from the business. The panels will present thoughtful, informative takes on the film and television industry today. The complete schedule for the season is below. Sunday, Jan. 13: Director Roundtable Ryan Coogler ( Black Panther ) Bradley Cooper ( A Star Is Born ) Alfonso Cuaron Maron ( Roma ) Marielle Heller Morgan ( Can You Ever Forgive Me? ) Yorgos Lathimos Romano ( The Favourite ) Spike Lee ( BlacKkKlansman ) Sunday, Jan. 20: Actor Roundtable Mahershala Ali ( Green Book )
Ashley Graham and James Corden perform duet about New Year's resolutions to the tune of Billy Joel's "Just The Way You Are" on Thursday's episode of 'The Late Late Show.'
'True Detective returns' to HBO Sunday for its third season — one that looks and feels substantially different from its second installment back in 2015, but shares a number of elements with the first season.
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Sen. Kamala Harris held her ground on President Trump's proposed border wall during her appearance on 'The Late Show' on Thursday, saying that the standoff will not end in a border wall.
Discovery Adding European HQ in Netherlands Ahead of Brexit 7:41 AM PST 1/11/2019 by Scott Roxborough Amanda Edwards/Getty Images for Discovery, Inc. Discovery CEO David Zaslav The company currently runs its European channels, including sports network Eurosport and Animal Planet, out of its main office in West London, but all TV channels broadcast into the EU require a license in an EU country. Discovery is applying for broadcasting licenses in the Netherlands and could move its European pay-TV operations there from London should the U.K. drop out of the European Union (EU) in a no-deal Brexit. Discovery currently runs its European channels, including sports network Eurosport and Animal Planet, out of its main office in West London. But all TV channels broadcast into the EU require a license in an EU country. The British government has not made it clear whether, post-Brexit, U.K. broadcasters will still qualify and how such licensing will work. Discovery, like the vast majority of the U.K. media industry, has cautioned against Brexit and warned of the negative impact of Britain leaving the EU, particularly without a deal. The U.K. is Europe's leading international broadcasting center with some 650 international channels headquartered there. But with some 450 million citizens, continental Europe is a much vaster TV market than Britain alone and few broadcasters want to be shut out. Discovery said it will maintain its London office as well as its U.K. broadcasting licenses. The group employs more than 1,000 people in the U.K. and has equity stakes in several British companies, including UKTV, All3 Media and Play Sports Group. The U.K. has yet to reach a deal with the European Union to govern everything from trade to regulation for the period after the U.K. leaves the EU. If Brexit is not postponed, or canceled, London will crash out without a deal on March 29.