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Tatiana Siegel, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER journalist: Mr. Media Radio Interview (Rewind)

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The Hollywood Reporter’s Tatiana Siegel talks summer movies with Mr. Media!

(Originally broadcast June 4, 2007) For the past four years, Tatiana Siegel has worked at The Hollywood Reporter covering the economics of the entertainment industry. She tracks three major studios: Sony, Paramount, DreamWorks, and MGM. Siegel also covers the agency beat, following the behind-the-scenes developments at such talent powerhouses as CAA, William Morris, and Endeavor.

She has interviewed hundreds of studio executives, producers and directors and enjoys unique access to agents, managers and publicists.

In this entertaining, informative, audio interview, Siegel reviews the financial performance of the summer's first blockbusters; offers her opinion on Pirates' second week box office plummet; points out the shrinking number of women directors in Hollywood; describes the scene at this year's Cannes Film Festival; explains why Frank Miller's adaption of Will Eisner's The Spirit moved up on the schedule and Sin City 2 stepped back; and finally, why Ari Gold and Vincent Chase still matter.