The Changing Face of Hollywood: A Look at Diversity in Film and TV


Hollywood is a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California, and is widely known as the center of the American film industry. It is home to many of the world’s most famous movie studios and has been the birthplace of countless iconic films and television shows. The Hollywood Walk of Fame, lined with stars featuring the names of celebrities from the entertainment industry, is a well-known tourist attraction in the area. Additionally, the Hollywood sign, originally created as an advertisement for real estate development, has become an enduring symbol of the neighborhood and the entertainment industry as a whole.

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