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  1. The Costume Designers: Biggest Misconception

    5:26 pm 12/5/2012

    Julie Wiess, Joanna Johnston weigh in on what they believe are the biggest misconceptions of being a costume designer.Read more

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  2. Behind the Seams With Joanna Johnston at THR's First Costume Designer Roundtable

    3:54 pm 12/5/2012

    Mary Todd Lincoln stayed on top of the period's fashion trends in bonnets, crinolines, plus she loved fuschia so much that she outfitted White House footmen in the shocking hue.Read more

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  3. Sen. Harry Reid to Screen 'Lincoln' for the U.S. Senate

    3:18 pm 12/5/2012

    Updated: The majority leader, who saw the movie at the White House last month, is hosting a screening of the movie for members of Congress on December 19 in D.C.Read more

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  4. A Few Minutes with Feinberg: Best Picture Race

    1:23 pm 12/5/2012

    Reporting from Fox Studios in Century City, THR's awards analysts Scott Feinberg breaks down the this year's big movies from 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight. Read more

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  5. 'Lincoln' Cussing: What the F@*&! Is Up With This S#@?!

    7:30 am 12/5/2012

    Biographer Doris Kearns Goodwin reviewed the script and tells THR she "never had a problem with the language," but another historian who consulted on the movie says it's "completely unlikely" for the 16th president.Read more

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  6. 'Zero Dark Thirty' Wins Best Picture, Director at NY Film Critics Circle Awards

    7:28 am 12/3/2012

    "Lincoln" took home three awards, including Best Actor.Read more

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  7. Box Office Report: Brad Pitt's 'Killing Them Softly' Fails With $7 Million, F CinemaScore

    9:08 am 12/2/2012

    UPDATED: The violent crime drama opens at No. 7; holdovers "Breaking Dawn 2," "Skyfall" and "Lincoln" continue to top the North American box office.Read more

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  8. Box Office Report: Brad Pitt's 'Killing Them Softly' Flops With Viewers

    8:42 am 12/1/2012

    The crime drama, directed by Andrew Dominik, earns a rare F CinemaScore; "Breaking Dawn -- Part 2," "Skyfall" and "Lincoln" continue to dominate.Read more

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