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  1. 'House of Cards' to Get Multi-Channel, Multi-Lingual Airing on German TV

    4:31 am 10/29/2013

    The Emmy-winning Netflix series will be broadcast in both English and German on sister channels owned by broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1. Read more

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  2. European Film Awards: 'The Congress,' 'Pinocchio,' 'Jasmine' Nominated for Animation Honor

    2:54 am 9/30/2013

    Ari Folman's trippy Hollywood satire goes up against animated features from Italy and France.Read more

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  3. Emmys: Yes, That Was Mick Jagger at All Those Parties

    6:00 am 9/25/2013

    The Rolling Stones frontman, about to jump into a TV series with new Emmy winner Bobby Cannavale, drew stares at fetes thrown by CAA, Jimmy Iovine and HBO.Read more

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  4. Analyst: Netflix Could Exceed 40 Million Streaming Subscribers By 2015

    12:28 pm 9/16/2013

    Richard Greenfield cites multiple reasons for his optimism, including that the service costs $7.99 a month, "about half of HBO's retail price."Read more

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  5. Emmys: Scott Feinberg Handicaps the Drama Leads (Analysis)

    7:00 am 8/2/2013

    THR's awards analyst looks at whether controversial character turns and previous wins help or hurt this year's headliners.Read more

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  6. Anne Fontaine's Taboo Sex Drama 'Adore' to Close Montreal World Film Festival

    7:43 am 8/1/2013

    The Naomi Watts/Robin Wright-starrer will screen at the Canadian fest ahead of a Sept. 6 theatrical release. Read more

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  7. Ryan Seacrest and Hollywood's Culture of Philanthropy

    7:49 pm 7/23/2013

    Robin Wright, Selena Gomez, Heather Graham, Sumner Redstone, Harvey Weinstein and more share why they are giving back.Read more

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  8. Robin Wright: What Led Me to the 'Most Dangerous Place to Be a Woman'

    10:16 pm 7/22/2013

    It could be the plot of a horrific thriller -- but it's not: After learning about ruthless warlords in the Congo who have created a reign of sexual violence, the "House of Cards" actress explains why she decided to take a stand in THR's Philanthropy Issue.Read more

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