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Ryan Gajewski

Senior Entertainment Reporter

Ryan Gajewski is THR's Senior Entertainment Reporter. He previously worked as a writer and editor at E! News, Playboy, Us Weekly and The Wrap. His work has earned both the National Arts & Entertainment Journalism and Southern California Journalism awards. Gajewski's play "George and Laura Bush Perform… Our Favorite Sitcom Episodes" has been produced in NYC starring Jen Tullock ("Severance") as Laura. He is co-author of the Penguin Random House book "Los Angeles Like a Local."

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Bad Bunny Faces Off Against Himself in WWE-Style Promo for ‘Saturday Night Live’

Bad Bunny has a few choice insults for himself in the first promo for his upcoming episode of Saturday Night Live. The singer and actor is set to make his hosting debut for the Oct. 21 episode and will also serve as musical guest. Bad Bunny was previously the musical guest for a season 46 […]

Tim Allen Faces Rival Santa Played by Eric Stonestreet in ‘Santa Clauses’ Season 2 Trailer

The mood isn’t entirely cheery as Tim Allen faces some serious competition in the trailer for the second season of Disney+’s The Santa Clauses. This holiday-themed series returns to the platform with its two-episode season premiere set for Nov. 8, following the first season that launched last year. Eric Stonestreet joins the cast as Magnus […]

Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Tour’ Film Ignites Debate Over Movie Theater Etiquette

Mad love wasn’t the only emotion some Taylor Swift fans were feeling after the music superstar’s Eras Tour concert film opened in theaters over the weekend. Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, which is already the top-grossing concert film of all time domestically, spurred social media debate over the weekend surrounding etiquette for moviegoers. Among the […]

‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Wells Adams Discusses All the Drama — and the Chances of a ‘Golden’ Version

[This story contains spoilers for the latest episode of ABC’s Bachelor in Paradise.] Wells Adams is spilling the (presumably boozy) tea about all of the key moments from season nine of Bachelor in Paradise. During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the ABC dating series’ longtime bartender chats about previous The Bachelorette villain Brayden Bowers […]

Jada Pinkett Smith Says Chris Rock Asked Her on a Date Amid Previous Will Smith Divorce Reports

Jada Pinkett Smith, who is promoting her new memoir, Worthy, says that Chris Rock asked her on a date prior to husband Will Smith slapping the comedian at the 2022 Oscars ceremony. The Matrix actress writes about Rock asking her on the date in Worthy, according to People. In an interview with the publication that […]

Pete Davidson Surprises ‘SNL’ Cast by Popping Up to Host in First Promo for Show’s Return

Pete Davidson is hosting Saturday Night Live thanks to an apparent loophole, as seen in the NBC series’ first promo for the show’s return following the end of the writers strike. Davidson is set to make his hosting debut during the season 49 premiere this coming Saturday, with Ice Spice as the musical guest. Davidson, […]

Hollywood Flashback: In 2003, ‘Kill Bill: Vol. 1’ Took No Prisoners

Quentin Tarantino had a single epic film in mind when he set out to create what became Kill Bill: Vol. 1 and its follow-up. The lead character of the Bride originated in conversations between Tarantino and star Uma Thurman during their first collaboration in 1993. “I came up with the idea of doing Kill Bill […]

Charity Lawson Addresses ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Partner Artem Chigvintsev’s Absence Due to COVID

Charity Lawson is doing her best to see her recent Dancing With the Stars complication through rose-colored glasses after partner Artem Chigvintsev announced that he is unable to compete on Tuesday’s episode since he tested positive for COVID-19. Lawson, whose season as the lead on ABC’s The Bachelorette aired its finale in August, took to […]

‘Toxic Avenger’ Reveals Bloody Teaser for Peter Dinklage-Led Reboot

The Toxic Avenger shared the first footage of its titular vigilante — armed with a mission and a mop — from the horror-comedy film starring Peter Dinklage. Macon Blair’s feature reimagines the original 1984 cult-favorite movie and premiered this month at the Fantastic Fest in Austin. The Legendary Entertainment project, which has not yet announced […]

‘Golden Bachelor’ Premiere: Gerry Turner on Meeting the Women, What Embarrassed Him and One Thing He Would Change

[This story contains spoilers from the series premiere of ABC’s The Golden Bachelor.] After years of anticipation, the series premiere of The Golden Bachelor finally arrived on ABC, and America got to know Gerry Turner on his journey to find another great love of his life. Turner, the 72-year-old retired restaurateur from Indiana, met the […]

Hollywood Flashback: In 1978, ‘Blue Collar’ Examined Auto Unions

The ongoing United Auto Workers strike has placed heightened focus on working conditions at U.S. car companies. Among the narrative films to have previously spotlighted such issues — alongside documentaries like Michael Moore’s 1989 standout, Roger & Me — is Paul Schrader’s Blue Collar, which rolled into theaters 45 years ago and starred Richard Pryor, […]

James Gunn Confirms 3 Stars Who Will Continue Their Roles in the New DC Universe

For anyone out there who might be confused about the future of DC Universe projects, James Gunn completely understands the challenge of keeping apprised on the latest developments. Gunn, who stepped in last year as co-head of DC Studios alongside Peter Safran, took to Threads on Wednesday to address fan questions about development for the […]