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  1. The Truth About Asian "Anchor Babies" and Skirting Immigration Law

    9:00 am 10/1/2015

    Jeb Bush might have been ridiculed, but "birth tourism" is real — and the epicenter of the multimillion-dollar cottage industry is Los Angeles.Read more

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  2. Budget Breakdowns: What a Typical Movie and TV Pilot Really Cost to Make Now (and Why)

    8:30 am 10/1/2015

    THR crunches the numbers on two budgets revealed in the Sony hack: The canceled CBS series 'Battle Creek' and the 'Annie' reboot, where music rights proved as expensive as Jamie Foxx.Read more

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  3. Hollywood Salaries Revealed: Who Makes What on the Lot and on Location

    8:00 am 10/1/2015

    From the C-suite to the caterers on their feet: Information gleaned from the Sony hack, and reporting on comparable studios, give a glimpse into the paydays on studio film shoots.Read more

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  4. Rights Available! Heroic 9/11 Tale and New York Times Best-Seller Up for Grabs

    7:30 am 10/1/2015

    Molly Knight Raskin's 'No Better Time: The Brief, Remarkable Life of Danny Lewin, the Genius Who Transformed the Internet' and Lauren Groff's 'Fates and Furies' are ready for optioning.Read more

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  5. "'The Tonight Show's' Green Room at 30,000 Feet": The Last, Debauched Flight of the MGM Grand Airline

    7:00 am 10/1/2015

    This writer was on board as Kirk Kerkorian's luxurious, louche bicoastal experiment flew its last lap in 1993, but not before Tom Cruise, Johnny Carson and Julia Roberts had taken a spin.Read more

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  6. Kardashian Apps Lure a Million Subscriptions in a Week — But Can It Last?

    6:30 am 10/1/2015

    The E! stars try to sustain a paying audience (with help from Lloyd Braun) as they become a test case for niche digital plays.Read more

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  7. How an Agency Stats Guru Uses Data to Measure Talent's True Worth

    6:00 am 10/1/2015

    "We should not have to fight unfair fights," says WME's Keith Friedenberg, who arms agents to argue for higher pay and is trying to force streaming players to reveal their numbers: "I think the wall will collapse at some point."Read more

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  8. The Abbey Owner Gets 'Stonewall' Cameo

    5:30 am 10/1/2015

    "I pick up a hustler standing at a bar, so I didn't need a lot of direction," David Cooley, the owner of the West Hollywood gay bar, tells THR of his experience working on Roland Emmerich's drama.Read more

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  9. Tom Selleck's Daughter Raising Horses in New Mexico to Avoid California Drought

    5:00 am 10/1/2015

    Rising equestrian star Hannah Selleck will be competing at the Longines Masters of Los Angeles this weekend and tells THR she's started a breeding business with her father.Read more

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  10. The Dangers When Financiers Think They Can Produce Movies, Too

    5:00 am 10/1/2015

    From Ryan Kavanaugh's failed Relativity to David Ellison's 'Terminator' trouble, the shift from film financier to creative producer often is rocky. Says one veteran: "They all think movies grow on trees and they can plant the same trees the studios do."Read more

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