Movieline was a monthly magazine that focused on Hollywood celebrities, movies, and the film industry. It was first published in 1985 and continued until 2009.Image:movieline-sample-cover

Through its run, Movieline offered in-depth interviews with actors, directors, writers, and other film industry personalities, as well as reviews of movies and commentaries on the Hollywood scene. It was known for its irreverent tone and ability to ask hard-hitting questions.

Movieline was also famous for its annual "Hollywood Issue," which featured provocative images of actors and actresses in various states of undress. The issue often generated controversy for its risqué content.

In addition to its monthly print publication, Movieline had a significant online presence, launching one of the first movie news and gossip websites in the mid-1990s.

Movieline went through several ownership changes and format alterations over the years, including a short stint as a Hollywood trade paper in the early 2000s. However, it ultimately ceased publication in 2009 due to the decline in popularity of print magazines and the financial impact of the economic recession.

Despite its controversial reputation, Movieline remains a significant cultural touchstone of the 1980s and 1990s Hollywood scene, and its coverage of celebrities and film continues to be of interest to film historians and pop culture enthusiasts.{{Categories}}

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