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  1. Brad Pitt Reveals What He, Sony Did to Save 'Moneyball'

    12:24 pm 12/16/2011

    "I'm a sucker for injustice stories and wanting to right the injustice," Pitt told THR about his desire to star as Oakland A's manager Billy Beane in the film that nearly never got made.Read more

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  2. 'Moneyball' Star Jonah Hill on the Lessons He Learned From Brad Pitt

    10:26 am 12/16/2011

    The actor also told THR about his greatest acting challenges in his career departure from comedy.Read more

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  3. THR's Producer Roundtable: 7 Behind-the-Scenes Players on Saying No to Directors, What to Do When Studios Kill Projects

    10:30 am 12/15/2011

    Letty Aronson, Tim Bevan, Jim Burke, Chris Columbus, Michael De Luca, Kathleen Kennedy and Bill Pohlad explain how movies really get made.Read more

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  4. Golden Globe Awards Nominations: The Nominees' Reactions

    6:58 am 12/15/2011

    UPDATED: Martin Scorsese, Kristen Wiig, "The Help" director Tate Taylor and "The Artist" star Jean Dujardin sound off.Read more

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  5. Golden Globe Awards Nominations: The Complete List

    5:19 am 12/15/2011

    The 69th annual event will take place on Sunday, Jan. 15.Read more

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  6. Brad Pitt to Receive Acting Award from Palm Springs Film Festival

    9:48 am 12/14/2011

    The kudos recognizes his work in both "Moneyball" and "The Tree of Life."Read more

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  7. 9 of the Year's Most Inspired Screenwriting Pairings

    10:22 am 12/12/2011

    UPDATED: Sometimes it takes more than one person at the keyboard -- or two people, in the case of "Ides of March" -- to bat out a bang-up script. Read more

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  8. 'The Artist' Named Best Picture by Boston Film Critics

    11:56 am 12/11/2011

    Brad Pitt, for "Moneyball," and Michelle Williams, for "My Week With Marilyn," take top acting honors.Read more

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  9. Jonah Hill on Turning Serious and Earning Oscar Buzz for 'Moneyball' (Video)

    10:21 am 12/9/2011

    The 27-year-old, who is best known for his comedic work, could score a best supporting actor Oscar nom for his work opposite Brad Pitt in "Moneyball."Read more

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