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  1. Hans Zimmer Addresses the Sound Controversy on 'Interstellar'

    9:00 am 12/23/2014

    "Richard King, our sound designer, Alex Gibson, our music editor, Chris -- we are all in this together," says ZimmerRead more

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  2. Hans Zimmer on Composing the Music for 'Interstellar'

    9:00 am 12/23/2014

    The Oscar-winning composer reveals that he helped director Christopher Nolan get their sci-fi movie off the groundRead more

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  3. Italy Box Office 2014: Angelina Jolie Reigns, Local Comedies Do Well, Revenue Drops

    6:18 am 12/23/2014

    Disney's 'Maleficent' conquered the country, but the top 10 films' performance was sharply lower than in 2013Read more

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  4. South Korean Box Office: Local Film 'Ode to My Father' Tops Final 'Hobbit'

    5:46 am 12/23/2014

    The modern historical family drama pulled in $11 million and is expected to continue to be a popular film over the holiday Read more

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  5. The Screener Game: Why You Got the Ones You Got When You Got Them

    8:00 am 12/22/2014

    THR's awards analyst dissects the part of Oscar campaigning that no filmmaker likes but every studio demands in order to give their films a fighting chanceRead more

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  6. 2014 South Korean Box Office: 'Roaring Currents' Takes All-Time Record, Stellar Year for Hollywood

    9:35 pm 12/20/2014

    'The Admiral: Roaring Currents' became the biggest film of all time, while a string of Hollywood titles broke local records Read more

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  7. 'Interstellar,' 'Boyhood' Producers on Getting Fired, Toughest Decisions and How to Give Rupert Murdoch Bad News

    9:00 am 12/18/2014

    In THR's annual roundtable, six top awards season filmmakers — Peter Chernin, Eric Fellner, John Lesher, Marc Platt, Cathleen Sutherland and Emma Thomas — open up about why Hollywood's marketing budgets need to get blown up, which one of them found David O. Russell asleep in a bed at his house and why "the movie business has never been great"Read more

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  8. Why Oscar Doesn't Favor Redheads

    8:00 am 12/18/2014

    Among them, they have 11 noms for best and supporting actress — and zero wins. Now Julianne Moore, Jessica Chastain, Amy Adams and Emma Stone will try to defy odd prejudices and show that auburn and gold do go togetherRead more

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  9. China Box Office: Foreign Quota Movies Saw Revenue Rise 60 Percent in 2014

    9:32 pm 12/16/2014

    Overseas titles have grossed $1.81 billion in the world's second-biggest movie market this yearRead more

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  10. China Box Office: 'Fleet of Time' Stays on Top as Local Movies Dominate

    11:09 pm 12/15/2014

    John Woo's epic 'The Crossing' continues to rack up admissions Read more

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