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  1. How a 'General Hospital' Star and Three Other Hollywood Veterans Began Swapping Stories (and Busting Balls) Every Morning

    9:00 am 4/23/2015

    "This is the table of hooligans," says Stuart Damon of his weekday get-togethers with Mickey Callan, Bridget Hanley Swackhamer and David Kramer at the Motion Picture & Television Fund commissary.Read more

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  2. How 'Roseanne' Actress Wound Up Managing a TV Station

    9:00 am 4/23/2015

    Anne Faulkner — who appears in The Hollywood Reporter magazine's feature about the history and the future of beloved industry retirement community the MPTF Country House — is known for roles on the hit sitcom and the drama 'Knots Landing.' She talks to THR about what she's doing now.Read more

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  3. 'Shrek 2' Character on Her Claim to Fame: I'm the "Mother-in-Law of a Monster"

    9:00 am 4/23/2015

    Lillian Michelson — who appears in The Hollywood Reporter magazine's feature about the history and the future of beloved industry retirement community the MPTF Country House — was the inspiration for Fiona's mother, Queen Lillian, while King Harold was based on her late husband.Read more

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  4. Meet the Oldest Working Member of SAG

    9:00 am 4/23/2015

    Connie Sawyer — who appears in The Hollywood Reporter magazine's feature about the history and the future of beloved industry retirement community the MPTF Country House — has appeared in everything from 1979's 'Fast Break' with Gabe Kaplan to Showtime's 'Ray Donovan,' which she "loved": "My son was a hitman, and I really got to cuss."Read more

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  5. George Clooney, Jeffrey Katzenberg and the Fight for the Future of the MPTF Country House

    9:00 am 4/23/2015

    Hollywood's veritable Soho House for senior citizens is where Bud Yorkin still "felt like he was on the lot," Liz Taylor and Sybil Burton made up, and a 104-year-old lied and said she was 102. Now, on the eve of its annual fundraiser, the beloved retirement home for actors and the industry faces escalating medical costs and a future where entertainment doesn't generate benefactors like it used to: "The moguls who make a billion, they exist today, but they're in Menlo Park."Read more

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  6. HBO Faces Big Risks as It Enters the News Business (Guest Column)

    5:00 am 4/23/2015

    On trial for libel even as it expands video journalism with Vice and John Oliver, the network must tread carefully or be sued.Read more

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  7. How Showtime's 'Happyish' Recovered After Philip Seymour Hoffman's Death

    9:00 am 4/22/2015

    The actor overdosed shortly after filming the pilot. Now, Steve Coogan is the series' new star, as the players reveal how they brought the dark half-hour comedy back to life: "I knew I could make it my own."Read more

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  8. Disneyland Band to Disband After 60 Years

    8:00 am 4/22/2015

    The band — an institution at the Anaheim theme park since it opened in 1955 — were served an "end of run" notice as "reimagining" will add a new sound and high-energy choreography.Read more

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  9. More CAA-UTA Fallout: Chris Pratt's 'Real McCoy' Could Spark Commission Fight

    5:00 am 4/22/2015

    CAA repped Pratt when the project's package first came together, but UTA — which now reps Pratt after he followed his agent Jason Heyman there — could have the upper hand since there was no deal in place.Read more

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  10. Rob Sharenow on Will Ferrell's Lifetime Movie, 'Grace of Monaco's' Cable Play and the Future of 'Duck Dynasty'

    10:00 am 4/21/2015

    The general manager of Lifetime and A&E also opens up about re-electrifying A&E and what it’s like being a man running a network explicitly for women.Read more

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