Hollywood Life

Movieline is a website, formerly a Los Angeles-based film and entertainment magazine, started in 1985 as a local magazine and went national in 1989. Known for its cult status and popularity among film critics, the magazine eventually was retooled and named Movieline's Hollywood Life. The magazine closed in 2009.PMC bought Movieline in September 2008. Hollywood Life's website survived the closing of the magazine, and Movieline was relaunched as a website.Notable past writers include humorist Joe Queenan, film critic Stephen Farber, Martha Frankel and Stephen Rebello.
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    … News Magazine, Fox Sports, FTW, Fusion, Gawker, Gawker Media, Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar, Hello Giggles, Hollywood Life, The Huffington Post, Independent Journal, In Touch, Life&Style, LittleThings.com, Mashable, Men’s Health, Mental Floss, Mic, mindbodygreen, MLB, Mother Jones, MoviePilot, MTV, National Geographic, NBA, NBC News, New…

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  • Top 10 Media Publishers for January 2015: National Geographic, BuzzFeed

    … and a 12 percent boost on Instagram. In January’s edition of the Shareablee Publisher Social Scorecard, Hollywood Life netted highest social engagement growth at 83 percent, propelling it to number 3 on January’s ranking, up from number 8 in December. It scored the number one media publisher spot on Facebook with over 10 million actions…

    AllFacebookin Social- 18 readers -
  • Dear Derek Jeter, advice from superstar editors

    … already knew that). Bonnie Fuller, editor, Hollywood Life Derek Jeter could have a hit website on his hands with The Player’s Tribune. But if he really wants to hit it out of the ballpark, he can’t take an amateur approach. Jeter was at the top of his game because he was a total pro who had years of practice and experience as well as talent…

    Lucia Moses/ Digiday- 4 readers -
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