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Beatrice Verhoeven

Deputy Awards Editor

Beatrice Verhoeven is the Deputy Awards Editor at The Hollywood Reporter, where she covers awards and campaigns leading up to the Oscars and Emmys, among others. Before joining THR, she was the Film Editor at TheWrap.

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Actors React to Studio Talks Breaking Down After 90 Days of Strike: “It’s Just So Disappointing”

Morale following the breakdown of the negotiations between the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers and SAG-AFTRA on Wednesday evening seemed depleted as actors and supporters walked back and forth in front of Hollywood studios, carrying “SAG-AFTRA on Strike!” signs that have been omnipresent at company entrances over the past three months. Outside of […]

Eugenio Derbez, Gina Torres, Angel Manuel Soto Among Honorees at National Hispanic Media Coalition’s Annual Impact Awards

The National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) has announced its honorees for the 2023 Impact Awards Gala, which will take place on Oct. 27 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. The honorees this year are chef and philanthropist Aarón Sánchez; director, writer and producer Ángel Manuel Soto; actor and producer Eugenio Derbez; actress and producer Gina Torres; actor and […]

How ‘Dahmer’ Breakout Rodney Burford Approached His Small but Vital Role

Rodney Burford had a dream of becoming a professional football player when he auditioned for Ryan Murphy’s Dahmer — Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. Aside from his stint on the reality TV series Deaf U in 2020 and some accidental stage work in high school, Burford, who is Profoundly Deaf and has cochlear implants to […]

‘Ted Lasso’ Star Phil Dunster on Jamie Tartt’s Evolution, His Most Challenging Scene and the Show’s Lasting Legacy

On the first season of Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso, Jamie Tartt, portrayed by English actor Phil Dunster, was introduced as a cocky, selfish football player who thought very highly of himself and, well, only himself. But by season three, his attitude had changed, and he’d become not only a lovable team player, but someone who […]

Camila Morrone on Why Her ‘Daisy Jones’ Character Is “Anything But the Victim”

Contrary to the rock-storytelling trope of the entourage hanger-on or the musician’s arm candy, Camila Morrone’s character in Daisy Jones & The Six, Camila Dunne, is anything but one-dimensional. She may be the wife of rising rock star Billy Dunne (Sam Claflin), but she’s never merely decorative, nor a victim, Morrone tells THR. Instead, she’s […]

‘White Lotus’ Stars Theo James, Will Sharpe on the Show’s Themes of Jealousy, Rivalry and Toxic Masculinity

In Mike White’s The White Lotus, Will Sharpe and Theo James play Ethan and Cameron, friends from college who go on a lavish vacation to Sicily, Italy, with their wives, Harper (Aubrey Plaza) and Daphne (Meghann Fahy). It’s all fun and games, until jealousy, rivalry and male egos come into play — and for James […]

The Music of ‘Queen Charlotte’ Is a Theme Fit for a Royal

Bridgerton composer Kris Bowers is back for its spinoff drama series Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, which delves into the life and rise to power of, well, Queen Charlotte. With its exploration of mental illness and fitness to rule, the show is tonally much darker than its predecessor, says Bowers, which provided its own set […]

‘Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal’ Director on Uncovering an “Underbelly of Corruption, Greed and Powers of Social Control”

The saga behind Netflix’s Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal was a monster to take on, with added pressure on the filmmakers as details unfolded in real time while they were in production. Directed by Jenner Furst and Julia Willoughby Nason, the doc series chronicles the powerful and wealthy Murdaugh family in the Lowcountry region of […]

How ‘Queen Charlotte’ Star Arsema Thomas Prepared for the Role of Young Lady Danbury: “I Needed to Call Upon the Women in My Life”

Arsema Thomas had not seen the Netflix hit Bridgerton before she sent in an audition tape to play young Lady Agatha Danbury in its prequel series, Queen Charlotte, while doing her master’s degree in fine arts in London. But even without having seen the show that has captivated fans globally, she knew she wanted the […]

American Film Institute Sets 2023 AFI Awards Date

The American Film Institute on Wednesday revealed that the 2023 AFI Awards will take place on Jan. 5, 2024, at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. AFI Awards selections are made through a jury process comprised of AFI trustees, artists, critics and scholars. Deadlines for submissions will be announced in the coming […]

Television Academy Honors Canceled Amid Writers Strike

The 2023 Television Academy Honors have been canceled due to the ongoing writers strike. “After discussions with the WGA and out of deference to those impacted by the ongoing labor dispute, the Television Academy is canceling the Television Academy Honors reception which was scheduled for the evening of May 31. We appreciate everyone’s understanding,” an […]

Critics Choice Association Sets 2024 Awards Date

The 29th annual Critics Choice Awards will take place on Jan. 14, 2024 at the Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles, California, the Critics Choice Association announced on Thursday. The show will air live on The CW and honors the best in cinema, TV and streaming achievement. Last year, Everything Everywhere All at Once dominated […]