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Kimberly Nordyke

Managing Editor, Digital

Kimberly Nordyke earned her master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1999. She has been with The Hollywood Reporter since June 2000, joining as a Copy Editor and moving into a Television Reporter role in 2004. She joined the digital team in 2009, working her way up to her current position as Managing Editor, where she helps to oversee awards coverage for, among other responsibilities.

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John Oliver Addresses Israel-Hamas War in Serious Moment at Start of ‘Last Week Tonight’: “The Immense Suffering Has Been Sickening to Watch”

John Oliver took a moment to share his thoughts on the Israel-Hamas war at the start of HBO’s Last Week Tonight. In a rare move, the host addressed the audience before the title sequence aired on Sunday’s show. “Without all the music and the lights and — at least theoretically — the laughter, I wanted […]

Fran Drescher, Barry Manilow, Leeza Gibbons and More Remember Suzanne Somers: “The Light for So Many”

Hollywood is mourning the death of Suzanne Somers, who became a household name with her role in Three’s Company and later went on to star in Step by Step and She’s the Sheriff. Somers died Sunday at age 76 at her home in Palm Springs, California, after a battle with cancer, her longtime publicist R. […]

‘The Color Purple’: New Trailer Highlights Strength of Sisterhood

Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for The Color Purple, based on Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book and the musical adaptation of her 1982 novel. The film centers on Celie (the younger version is played by Phylicia Pearl Mpasi and the adult version by American Idol alum Fantasia Barrino), a poor Black woman living […]

Guillermo del Toro Confirms He Was Working on a Now-Scrapped ‘Star Wars’ Movie About Jabba the Hutt

Guillermo del Toro’s Jabba the Hutt? Yes, it could have happened. The filmmaker confirmed during a Q&A presented by Collider that he was at one time working on a Star Wars movie that would center on the notorious crime lord, who lived on the planet Tatooine (where Luke Skywalker was raised, and his father before […]

DreamWorks Animation Eliminates Roughly 70 Positions

DreamWorks Animation has eliminated about 70 of its positions, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. “DreamWorks Animation reduced its workforce by approximately 70 positions,” a spokesperson told THR. “Roles affected were across corporate functions, feature, television and technology departments as part of an overall cost reduction.” The news comes as DWA readies its Nov. 17 release […]

NBC’s Coverage of Sunday’s Chiefs-Jets NFL Game Puts Taylor Swift in the Spotlight

The action might have been on the gridiron during Sunday night’s NFL game, but NBC didn’t waste any opportunity to put the spotlight on the Kansas City Chiefs’ most famous fan up in the suites. Taylor Swift was at her second consecutive NFL game Sunday, once again cheering on Kansas, amid rumors that she and […]

Beyonce Releases Trailer for ‘Renaissance’ Concert Film

Beyoncé on Sunday night released the trailer for the concert doc about her Renaissance World Tour, the singer’s highest-grossing tour to date. She debuted the trailer during her tour’s last stop in Kansas City, Missouri. Beyoncé’s Parkwood Entertainment and AMC Entertainment made the announcement Sunday night that the film will hit theaters Dec. 1 in […]

‘Last Week Tonight’: John Oliver Says He’s “Furious” at Studios for Prolonging the Writers Strike

John Oliver had a lot of news to catch up on in Sunday’s Last Week Tonight — five months, in fact. During the first 15 minutes or so of his first show back since the Writers Guild of America strike ended, he blazed through the biggest news stories that happened during the 148-day strike. “I’d […]

Robin Williams’ Daughter Zelda Criticizes Use of AI to Re-create His Voice: “I Find It Personally Disturbing”

Robin Williams’ daughter Zelda is speaking out against the use of artificial intelligence to re-create the sound of her father’s voice. “I am not an impartial voice in SAG’s fight against AI. I’ve witnessed for YEARS how many people want to train these models to create/re-create actors who cannot consent, like Dad,” she wrote on […]

President Biden Applauds Tentative Writers Guild Deal

President Joe Biden on Monday released a statement applauding the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers for reaching a tentative deal Sunday night, 146 days after the writers began striking. “I applaud the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers for reaching […]

Three Golden Globe Voters Expelled for Allegedly Violating Code of Conduct

The company behind the Golden Globes has expelled three voters for allegedly violating its code of conduct. The Globes, which is owned by Dick Clark Productions, have removed Howaida Hamdy, Munawar Hosain and Aniko Navai from the group’s membership ranks following complaints about, and investigations into, their behavior, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Hamdy, an […]

Chris Rock Sought Counseling After Being Slapped by Will Smith at the Oscars, Says Leslie Jones

Leslie Jones says that her friend Chris Rock sought counseling after being slapped by Will Smith at the 2022 Oscars. “That shit was humiliating,” she told People. “It really affected him. People need to understand his daughters, his parents, saw that. He had to go to counseling with his daughters.” (Rock shares two adult daughters […]