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  1. VIDEO: Behind the Scenes of THR's Rule Breakers 2011 Magazine Shoot

    3:19 pm 12/19/2011

    The issue, out this week, features Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner, "New Girl," "American Horror Story," "Suburgatory," "Bridesmaids" "The Help," "Two and a Half Men" and more.Read more

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  2. Chuck Lorre's Sheen-Kutcher Gamble, Netflix Gone Awry, Kardashian Brand's 72-Day Wild Ride: THR Features 2011's Biggest Rule Breakers

    8:33 pm 12/18/2011

    In Hollywood Reporter's inaugural year-end issue, the publication recounts the people and stories that changed (and challenged) the world of entertainment.Read more

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  3. SAG Awards Nominations: Key Stats, Inclusions and Snubs (Analysis)

    6:15 am 12/14/2011

    Among others, Melissa McCarthy, Jonah Hill and Demian Bichir are SAG Award nominees, but Shailene Woodley, Albert Brooks and Gary Oldman are not.Read more

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  4. How Top Screenwriters Hone Their Craft

    3:17 pm 12/9/2011

    Awards contenders "Martha Marcy May Marlene's" Sean Durkin, "Bridesmaids'" Kristen Wiig, "Ides of March's" Grant Heslov, "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy's" Peter Straughan and "Young Adult's" Diablo Cody reveal the thought process behind their scripts.Read more

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  5. 'The Social Network,' 'Limitless,' 'No Strings Attached' Top iTunes Most Downloaded Movie List

    11:02 am 12/8/2011

    The digital website has revealed its customers' top films of the year.Read more

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  6. THR Awards Analyst Scott Feinberg's Top 10 Films of 2011

    10:26 am 12/7/2011

    Feinberg's personal favorites include a black-and-white silent, an old-school epic, an NC-17 character study, a Spanish-language thriller, and an unscripted love story.Read more

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  7. 'Bridesmaids' Director Paul Feig Reveals How Twitter Saved His Movie and Why Awards Matter (Q&A)

    2:03 pm 11/22/2011

    The "Freaks and Geeks" vet talks to THR about spying on the audience during opening weekend, Judd Apatow and why comedies aren't recognized as much during awards season.Read more

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