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  1. Throwback Thursday: In 1999, Stephen Colbert Went Back to High School

    1:00 pm 12/18/2014

    The late-night host — whose 'Colbert Report' ends its run Thursday before he takes over 'Late Show' next year — co-created and co-starred in 'Strangers With Candy' 15 years ago: "He came up with the most twisted stuff," says co-creator Paul DinelloRead more

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  2. New Line's Toby Emmerich on Why 'Horrible Bosses 2' Faltered and What's Next After 'Hobbit'

    11:00 am 12/18/2014

    The president and chief operating officer talks about who really has greenlight power at Warner Bros. and his upcoming slate, which includes the superhero adaptation 'Shazam!,' the 'Vacation' reboot — and another 'Dumb and Dumber'?Read more

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  3. Making of 'Unbroken': Angelina Jolie Fought "Uphill Battle" in Bringing True Story to Screen

    10:00 am 12/18/2014

    Shooting the $65 million epic about the life of Olympian-turned-World War II pilot Louis Zamperini wasn't easy, but cutting the film was hand-to-hand combat: "Editing was like spending time with Louis, so I didn't want to let it go"Read more

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  4. '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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  5. Oscars: Why Hasn't a Redhead Ever Won?

    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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  6. Michael Wolff: 8 Hollywood Predictions for 2015

    7:00 am 12/18/2014

    Comcast will offload NBCUniversal, Facebook will air TV shows (even sports) and Rupert Murdoch will "retire" as TV becomes a three-pronged business and digital brands decide channels are their way forwardRead more

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  7. Prestige Often Outweighs Performance in Cable's Scripted Push

    5:00 am 12/18/2014

    The bottom line gets blurry as more networks try to court advertisers with glossy dramasRead more

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  8. Sony Hack: Producer Gavin Polone Apologizes in Advance for Any Leaked Emails (Guest Column)

    12:00 pm 12/17/2014

    In the future, everyone in Hollywood will be hacked and forced to atone for our inboxesRead more

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  9. Sony Hack Fallout: Executives Now "Afraid" to Send Emails

    10:30 am 12/17/2014

    The studio's nightmare has spooked iPhone-addled Hollywood as execs resort to old-school calls and Mark Cuban has a solution: an app that destroys messages after they're readRead more

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  10. Hollywood Reporter Reveals 2014 Producers of the Year

    10:00 am 12/17/2014

    Michael Bay, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller's company Platinum Dunes produced three films grossing $660 million worldwide this year alone, including 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'; the trio open up to THR about dealing with "cagey" directors, their toughest decisions and what to do when an actress quits over a nude scene mid-shootRead more

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