For the April 12 issue of The Hollywood Reporter, I wrote two items on the annual Reality Heat List. I wrote the piece on The Voice (no. 1) and The Bachelor (no. 7). I also got to attend a fun photoshoot at Pink’s Hot Dogs with Sean Lowe for The Bachelor. Posts below.
I got to attend CinemaCon in Las Vegas for the first time this past week. For five crazy days, I went from presentation to presentation, with the movie studios showing off plenty of new footage from some of the most highly anticipated films of 2013. Here is some of my work:
I read The Host some time ago, and have been really excited to see how the film turned out. I really enjoyed the film for the most part and thought some of the settings were exactly how I pictured them when reading the book. Here’s my coverage from the premiere:
I had a great time covering The Bachelor this season. I even got Sean Lowe to come by for a interview at THR’s video lounge just days before the finale (One of the videos has more than 10,000 views on YouTube alone). Here are some of my articles from this past season:
After months of working nearly every weekend, I finally wrapped up the awards season marathon with the Oscars. And what a perfect end it was. I got to cover the red carpet, and it was one of the best red carpet experiences I’ve ever had. I did more than 30 interviews, talking to plenty of happy nominees including Jennifer Lawrence, Hugh Jackman, Naomi Watts, Sally Field and Amy Adams. Here are some links to my pre- and post-Oscars coverage:
Yesterday, I got to go to the Oscar nominations at 5 a.m. It was my first time attending. It’s a pretty exciting experience, and I’m glad I got to be a part of those chaotic five minutes. Here, I’ve put together a list of links to all the interviews I’ve done in the past year with actors and filmmakers who have been involved with films that were nominated.
Matt Damon, who co-wrote Promised Land with John Krasinski, at first had intended to make the film his directorial debut. But when he realized his schedule wouldn’t allow him to dedicate enough time to the project, the actor stepped down, and Gus Van Sant took the helm.
“I wish I could have directed it on one hand because I loved it and I really wanted to, and I wanted to start that chapter of my life also,” he tells The Hollywood Reporter. “But at the same time, we got Gus, so I can’t say that I’m unhappy with the outcome.”