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Dino-Ray Ramos

Associate Editor/Reporter

Dino-Ray joined Deadline in 2017 and writes about inclusion and diversity issues in the industry, genre film & TV, as well as pop culture and media. Based in Los Angeles, he also covers events and awards shows such as the Oscars, Emmys, Comic-Con and the TCA press tour. Additionally, he co-hosts the New Hollywood Podcast with Deadline's Amanda N'Duka, which champions people of color, women, members of the LGBTQ community and other underrepresented voices in film and television. A Texas native, Dino-Ray worked as film and TV reporter for the Oakland Tribune and San Francisco Chronicle before moving to Los Angeles. Prior to Deadline, he was chief film critic at the Tracking Board and has written for Vogue, Entertainment Tonight, Bustle, Paste Magazine, Queerty and NBC Asian America.

More From Dino-Ray Ramos

‘AT&T Presents: Untold Stories’ To Livestream Diverse Filmmakers Pitch Event Ahead Of Tribeca Film Festival

EXCLUSIVE: AT&T is about to give us some major Shark Tank vibes with a film twist with their upcoming AT&T Presents: Untold Stories pitch event which will livestream on April 22 ahead of the Tribeca Film Festival which kicks off April 24 and continues through May 5.

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New Hollywood Podcast: Janet Mock Talks Impact Of ‘Pose’, Season 2 And State Of LGBTQ Storytelling

Before Janet Mock was directing and writing for Steven Canals and Ryan Murphy’s groundbreaking FX drama Pose, she was still making moves and advocating for LGBTQ rights as a journalist, author and activist. Even so, she sees that writing as a journalist and writing for TV shares one similarity: the search for truth in…

Barry Jenkins’ ‘The Underground Railroad’ Adaptation At Amazon Sets Thuso Mbedu, Aaron Pierre And Chase W. Dillon In Lead Roles

The cast of Barry Jenkins’s adaptation of Colson Whitehead's bestselling novel The Underground Railroad is starting to come together. Thuso Mbedu, Aaron Pierre and Chase W. Dillon have been set to play Cora, Caesar and Homer respectively in the forthcoming Amazon series.

A native of South Africa, Mbedu has starred in s

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