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  1. Smashbox Studios Gets $5 Million Makeover (Exclusive)

    5:00 am 8/20/2014

    "It's been a few years since Smashbox has pumped the way it's going to again," says founder Davis FactorRead more

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  2. Emmy Noms: 6 Guys We Can't Wait to See in a Tux

    10:37 am 8/19/2014

    Here's to looking at you, Benedict Cumberbatch and Idris ElbaRead more

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  3. Emmys: This Is Why Guys Should Own a Tux (Or Two)

    8:19 pm 8/18/2014

    Former WME agent turned executive-style consultant Andrew Weitz hit the show's red carpet for 10 years. This is why he thinks men should buy, not rent, their tux for the big night. Read more

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  4. Golden Globes Reveal New $7.5 Million Charity War Chest

    11:00 am 8/14/2014

    Ahead of the HFPA's charity awards banquet, president Theo Kingma tells THR about the organization's philanthropic priorities and plans to expandRead more

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  5. Samuel L. Jackson Opens Up About His Family's "Heartbreaking" Struggle With Alzheimer's

    9:00 am 8/14/2014

    The actor, a big supporter of the Alzheimer's Association, talks in THR's Philanthropy Issue about the steps he's taking to stave off the diseaseRead more

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  6. How 'The Colbert Report' Inspired 'Will & Grace's' Co-Creator to Help a Small Town in Kentucky

    9:00 am 8/14/2014

    In THR's Philanthropy Issue, Max Mutchnick and his husband, entertainment attorney Erik Hyman, reveal why they invested in a tiny Kentucky townRead more

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  7. Trumpeter Herb Alpert Wants to Take Jazz to "the Next Level"

    9:00 am 8/14/2014

    In THR's Philanthropy Issue, the co-founder of A&M Records talks about his hands-on involvement at the UCLA music school built in his nameRead more

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  8. Stacey Snider Opens Up About Her Daughters' Struggles With Bullies

    9:00 am 8/14/2014

    "I've lived it firsthand," the DreamWorks chief says in THR's Philanthropy Issue, explaining her passion for the anti-bullying Kind Campaign, founded by Lauren Paul, wife of 'Breaking Bad' star Aaron, and Molly ThompsonRead more

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  9. Why Denis Leary Hopes His Charity Goes "Out of Business"

    9:00 am 8/14/2014

    In THR's Philanthropy Issue, the actor-comedian, along with actor/former firefighter Steve Buscemi, talk about their respective efforts to assist firehousesRead more

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  10. Why Some Stars Aren't Welcomed by Charities: "No Way in Hell"

    9:00 am 8/14/2014

    Reality stars, dilettantes and Chris Brown need not apply as charities search for the right words to turn down famous faces who could hurt more than they helpRead more

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