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Mia Galuppo

Film Writer

Mia Galuppo is a Film Writer at The Hollywood Reporter, where she covers independent and studio filmmaking. Mia's work has also appeared in GQ, Vice, and California Sunday Magazine, among other publications. Mia is a graduate of the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts.

More from Mia Galuppo

Are Studios Shy to Market Musicals as … Musicals?

The movie musical has gotten a bad rap. After showing promise at the box office a half-decade ago with original standouts like Hugh Jackman’s The?Greatest Showman (which grossed $434 million globally), studios are wary of marketing musicals explicitly as such. The trailers for the Timothée Chalamet-fronted Wonka at Warners barely, if at all, hint at […]

2024 Sundance Film Festival Lineup: New Steven Soderbergh Film, Kristen Stewart Love Story and Devo Doc

The Sundance Film Festival has announced its line-up for its 40th incarnation. The 2024 fest will see new entries from fest regulars like Steven Soderbergh, Lana Wilson and Richard Linklater, while also debuting titles from new directors with 40 percent of the features program coming from first time feature filmmakers. A-list talent like Kirsten Stewart, […]

New A24 Movies to Stream Exclusively on Max in New Output Deal

Warner Bros. Discovery will be exclusive the home to A24’s upcoming slate. The conglomerate and the indie studio announced a multiyear pay-1 U.S. output deal that will bring the studio and distributor’s theatrical film slate exclusively to Warner Bros. Discovery’s HBO and Cinemax, as well as streaming service Max.  In addition to newer and upcoming […]

MGM+ Lands Alex Gibney’s Paul Simon Doc

MGM+ has landed the rights to two-part doc In Restless Dreams: The Music of Paul Simon from Alex Gibney. Gibney directed the two-parter, which is described as “the definitive musical biography of Paul Simon, one of the greatest songwriters (and performers) in the history of rock ‘n roll.” The doc includes never-before-seen footage of Simon’s […]

Adam McKay Shelves Netflix Political Satire Starring Robert Pattinson for Climate-Related Project

Adam McKay is shelving his Netflix political satire Average Height, Average Build that was set to star Robert Pattinson and Amy Adams, and instead is focusing on project revolving around climate change. A spokesperson for McKay said, “With the climate emergency having escalated a great deal, Adam McKay has decided to make his next directorial […]

Tribeca Doc ‘This Is Not Financial Advice’ Lands at Fuse TV

This is Not Financial Advice, the cryptocurrency centric doc that had its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival, has landed at FuseTV. Chris?Temple and Zach Ingrasci directed the feature that has a longline that reads: “Glauber Contessoto gambles his life savings on a joke cryptocurrency. Two months later, he becomes ‘The Dogecoin Millionaire’ and an […]

Woman Arrested in the Killing of Sundance Institute Director Michelle Satter’s Son, Michael Latt

A woman has been arrested for the fatal shooting of Michael Latt, the founder of entertainment marketing firm Lead With Love. The 33-year-old was shot in his Miracle Mile home on Monday night and died after being transported to a hospital. Latt was the son of Michelle Satter, the founding senior director at the Sundance […]

‘Nosferatu’ From Robert Eggers Sets Holiday 2024 Release

Christmas 2024 is getting a horror entry. Focus Features has dated Robert Eggers’ Nosferatu for Dec. 25, 2024, a date currently occupied by Jordan Peele’s fourth feature, a fellow Universal title. Bill Skarsgard, Nicholas Hoult and Lily-Rose Depp star in Nosferatu, alongside Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Emma Corrin, Ralph Ineson, Simon McBurney and Willem Dafoe. The film […]

Doc Producers Call for Generative AI Guardrails in Open Letter

During the SAG and WGA contract negotiations, conversation swirled around Hollywood’s use of artificial intelligence as the industry wrestled with what the new tech could mean for the future of entertainment. Now, a group of documentary producers are hoping to bring attention to the use of generative AI in nonfiction filmmaking, specifically as it pertains […]

Kim Kardashian Comedy ‘The Fifth Wheel’ Lands at Netflix

Kim Kardashian will be the fifth wheel for Netflix. As previously announced, the reality TV superstar turned budding actress will lead the ensemble comedy movie The Fifth Wheel, which landed at Netflix in a competitive situation. Paula Pell and Janine Brito are behind the screenplay, with plot details being kept under wraps, but Kardashian will […]

‘Past Lives’ Director Celine Song on How She Landed Her Directorial Debut: “I Knew The Things That Only I Could Know’

Celine Song has thought long and hard about how her current choices will ripple out into the future. “Who we are now cannot escape from who we were once,” says the director behind this year’s indie breakout Past Lives. To make her point, she starts to script a scene between her future self and mine. […]

Focus Sets Kobi Libii Directorial Debut ‘The American Society of Magical Negroes’

Focus has set The American Society of Magical Negroes, the directorial debut from Kobi Libii, for a March 22, 2024 release. The film is described as a “fresh, satirical comedy about a young man, Aren, who is recruited into a secret society of magical Black people who dedicate their lives to a cause of utmost […]