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Abbey White

Associate Editor & News Writer

Abbey White is an associate editor and news writer for The Hollywood Reporter’s digital team, where they also report, edit and web produce features spanning film, TV, awards, theater, animation, children's & family, inclusion and more. A Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY alum, they’ve been recognized as a 2022 Curve Emerging Journalist, ASME Awards finalist, National A&E Journalism Awards winner and GLAAD Media Award nominee, among other honors.

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‘The Wheel of Time’ Season 3 to Focus on Fourth Book, Will Explore Sea Folk Culture and Aiel Waste

The Wheel of Time‘s third season will primarily focus on the fourth book in the Robert Jordan series and feature the Sea Folk, as well as Tanchico and Rhuidean. During a Sunday morning special screening of the season two finale and Q&A featuring showrunner Rafe Judkins at the Whitby Hotel in New York, Judkins revealed […]

‘Scott Pilgrim Takes Off’ Trailer Teases a Colorful Anime Take on the Battle of the Exes Tale

It’s a battle of the exes like you’ve never seen before in the first full look at Scott Pilgrim Takes Off, the new anime series from Netflix. The two-minute teaser for the show, created for television by executive producers and co-showrunners Bryan Lee O’Malley and BenDavid Grabinski, debuted during New York Comic Con on Saturday. […]

Chris Evans Talks “Enjoying Life” With Wife Alba Baptista After Two Wedding Ceremonies

Chris Evans has opened up about tying the knot with actress Alba Baptista last month and how married life has been since. The actor confirmed the news for the first time publicly while on stage Saturday at New York Comic Con, saying, “I got married. It was really, really great.” Evans added that the couple had […]

Matthew Vaughn Talks ‘Kick-Ass’ Reboot, Why ‘Argylle’s Author Will Become the “J.K. Rowling of Spy Movies” at NYCC

Matthew Vaughn revealed a Kick-Ass reboot in the works, addressed challenges around working in the X-Men universe, and teased his upcoming spy thriller Argylle during his Saturday evening panel at New York Comic Con. Vaughn appeared to talk about his library of work during the 45-minute panel, which ultimately dived into his experiences on several projects […]

Stephanie Beatriz, Keith David, Alex Brightman Lead ‘Hazbin Hotel’ Voice Cast

Stephanie Beatriz, Keith David and Alex Brightman are set to star in Prime Video’s upcoming adult animated dark comedy Hazbin Hotel. The full voice cast — along with a teaser of an original song — were revealed during New York Comic Con on Saturday. Erika Henningsen, Kimiko Glenn, Blake Roman and Amir Talai were also announced […]

‘Goosebumps’ Is All Grown Up: How the Disney+ Adaptation Is Reimagining R.L. Stine’s Books for Older Teens

Within the first five minutes of Disney+’s new Goosebumps adaptation, it’s clear that viewers are no longer in R.L. Stine’s creepy, scary version of middle-grade horror. Developed by Rob Letterman and Nicholas Stoller, the show is one of the first real steps into the teen arena for both Disney+ and the book series. The new […]

‘Monarch: Legacy of Monsters’ Trailer Promises Big Mysteries, Bigger Battles in Latest Installment of Legendary’s Monsterverse

Apple TV+ released a fresh look at Monarch: Legacy of Monsters, the newest installment in Legendary’s Monsterverse, during a Friday panel presentation at New York Comic Con. Starring Kurt Russell, Wyatt Russell, Anna Sawai, Kiersey Clemons, Ren Watabe, Mari Yamamoto, Anders Holm, Joe Tippett and Elisa Lasowski, the series is set to premiere globally Nov. […]

With ‘American Fiction,’ Cord Jefferson Scorches the Entertainment Machine — But “Never Wanted to Police Blackness or Art”

[This story contains spoilers from American Fiction.] It’s not often that a filmmaker gets to premiere their project to an audience they’ve set their hyperspecific comedic sights on. But it’s an experience first-time director Cord Jefferson can now claim after his new film, American Fiction, made its east coast debut at the Hamptons International Film […]

‘Orphan Black: Echoes’ Trailer Teases Krysten Ritter in Next Chapter of Clone Drama

Krysten Ritter has fallen down an all new rabbit hole in the first look at the AMC Networks’ anticipated spinoff, Orphan Black: Echoes. The network released the minute-and-a-half trailer on Thursday during its panel for The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, and sees a disoriented Lucy (portrayed by Ritter) waking up to an unrecognizable near future. […]

Composer Branford Marsalis on His R&B Approach to Writing ‘Rustin’ Score and Big Band Sound of “Show Me Your Ideas” (Exclusive)

In Rustin, George C. Wolfe and Colman Domingo recount how one man helped make a movement. Set to release on Netflix Nov. 17, the biopic — which features a script from Julian Breece and Dustin Lance Black — traces the life and work of civil rights activist Bayard Rustin, a gay Black man and a key architect […]

‘Blue Eye Samurai’ Trailer Promises a Bloody Trail of Revenge for Netflix Series Featuring Randall Park, George Takei

The first trailer for Michael Green and Amber Noizumi’s new anime Blue Eye Samurai promises an epic and bloody trail of action at the hands of a mixed-race master of the sword. The latest look at the upcoming animated series, which was first teased during the streamer’s inaugural Drop 01 event last month, offers a […]

Eddie Murphy’s Christmas Cheer Turns Into Comedic Terror When His Holiday Wishes Are Granted in ‘Candy Cane Lane’ Trailer

Eddie Murphy is facing off with angry geese, enchanted ceramic Christmas villagers and one havoc-wreaking elf in the first trailer for Candy Cane Lane. Prime Video released the teaser for Eddie Murphy’s first holiday film on Thursday, offering a fuller look at the adventure comedy where Christmas wishes go awry. The film reunites the actor […]