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  1. VIDEO: Award Season Roundtable Series: The Writers Part 2

    4:45 pm 11/21/2011

    Aaron Sorkin, Eric Roth, Steve Zaillian and Dustin Lance Black give us their take on why the Academy Awards can never put on a good show.Read more

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  2. VIDEO: Award Season Roundtable Series: The Writers

    4:39 pm 11/21/2011

    Aaron Sorkin and Steve Zaillan share what it was like to collaborate on 'Moneyball' and Aaron reveals the advice Steve gave him for working on the script.Read more

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  3. THR's Writer Roundtable: 6 Top Scribes Talk Standing Up to Clint Eastwood, Dealing with Rewrites and Being Fired by Your Wife

    10:26 pm 11/20/2011

    Aaron Sorkin and Steven Zaillian reveal who did what on "Moneyball" and Eric Roth explains his fights with Michael Mann as Hollywood's star screenwriters dish about their craft in the third of THR's annual awards season series discussions. Read more

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  4. Aaron Sorkin Says Steve Jobs Asked Him to Write a Pixar Movie

    11:30 am 10/11/2011

    The Oscar-winning screenwriter says he and the late Apple co-founder were phone friends.Read more

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  5. Can 'Moneyball' Overcome Baseball's Oscar Slump?

    12:34 pm 9/30/2011

    The sports film, starring Brad Pitt, aims to hit it out of the park despite the Academy's record of ignoring the great American pastime.Read more

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  6. President Obama to Hollywood: 'I Never Promised You Easy'

    11:05 pm 9/26/2011

    The industry figures who attended Monday’s fundraising events in Los Angeles included Danny DeVito, Jack Black, will.i.am, Eva Longoria, Quincy Jones, Aaron Sorkin, Gina Gershon and Jamie Foxx.Read more

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  7. Aaron Sorkin Breaks his Nose While Writing

    4:02 pm 9/17/2011

    The co-writer of the upcoming baseball drama "Moneyball" is currently working on a series for HBO.Read more

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  8. Moneyball: Toronto Review

    1:52 pm 9/8/2011

    Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill make an unlikely comedy team as they play real-life characters who revolutionized the way big-league baseball people look at their sport.Read more

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