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  1. How NAACP Image Awards Host Anthony Anderson Will Address #OscarsSoWhite

    9:00 am 2/5/2016

    The 'Black-ish' star, returning to emcee the annual show, says he won’t "harp on" diversity at the Feb. 5 ceremony: "It’s up to those who feel strongly about this to put their money where their mouth is."Read more

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  2. 'Hail, Caesar!' Star Josh Brolin on the Coens: "I Don't Know Why They Like Me"

    8:00 am 2/5/2016

    The star of the Berlin opener, which hits U.S. theaters Friday, talks to THR about working with the enigmatic filmmakers (for a third time) and getting his big break from Quentin Tarantino.Read more

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  3. 'Hail, Caesar!': How the Coens Remade 1950s Hollywood

    6:00 am 2/5/2016

    The auteur brothers revisit the golden age in their new movie with George Clooney as a matinee idol (natch) and Channing Tatum channeling Gene Kelly.Read more

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  4. TV Hospice: Can 11 Shows Cheat Death?

    5:00 am 2/5/2016

    Broadcast networks have aging series facing potential cancellation, each with a case for sticking it out another season (or pulling the plug). With ratings down for everyone, television's Grim Reaper may be a bit confused.Read more

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  5. Justin Bieber's Pastor Signs With Management 360

    1:00 pm 2/4/2016

    Judah Smith, pastor to stars including Russell Wilson, Ciara and Ashley Benson ('Pretty Little Liars'), is seeking to develop faith-based projects for millennials.Read more

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  6. Oprah Holds Private Screening of 'Birth of a Nation'

    12:30 pm 2/4/2016

    Winfrey praised the Sundance hit after posting an Instagram photo of the screening, which is believed to be the only time anyone outside of the festival has seen the film. Read more

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  7. Hollywood Flashback: A Century Before Sundance, 'Birth of a Nation' Was a Racist Hit

    12:00 pm 2/4/2016

    D.W. Griffith's 1915 silent film, featuring actors in blackface portraying watermelon-eating caricatures intent on raping white women while the Ku Klux Klan is seen riding to the rescue, sparked riots and was denied release in eight northern states: "It established the paradigm in American films where persons of color were the villains, while the true oppressors were the iconic heroes," says John Singleton.Read more

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  8. Fox Consumer Products President Talks China, Parks and the Enduring Appeal of 'The Simpsons'

    11:00 am 2/4/2016

    20th Century Fox vet Jeffrey Godsick also sounds off on the longterm play for 'Avatar' and the upcoming 'Independence Day' sequel.Read more

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  9. 50 Years of the Super Bowl: 17 Major Players Spill on Wardrobe Malfunctions, O.J. Simpson, Deflategate in THR's Oral History

    9:55 am 2/4/2016

    THR spoke to a slew of VIPs who've worked on the broadcasts as they remember O.J. announcing right before his arrest, the time Eli Manning left Dan Patrick hanging and whom Howard Stern got everyone to boo.Read more

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  10. Super Bowl: Where to Stay and Dine in the City by the Bay — and Stadium

    9:30 am 2/4/2016

    Check out the Chinese restaurant where Serena Williams had her cell phone swiped, or sample the $18 burger at the spot where President Obama supped with Elon Musk as L.A. heads north for the big game and seeks out Hollywood-ready hangouts.Read more

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