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  1. Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman "Fighting for His Life"

    5:06 pm 1/26/2016

    Dauman — whose pay has increased to $54 million as the media giant's stock price has gone down — controls the company's board but not a trust that will take over for Sumner Redstone as shareholders, Shari Redstone and Sumner's ex put him in a fight for his executive life. Read more

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  2. Rights Available! Two War-Themed Books Up for Grabs

    9:25 am 1/26/2016

    Ruta Septys' young-adult tome 'Salt to the Sea' and Chris Cleave's 'Everyone Brave Is Forgiven,' about an ill-fated love triangle in London during World War II, are both ripe for optioning.Read more

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  3. MIA: Hollywood's Power Women for Hillary

    6:21 pm 1/25/2016

    A look at donations by THR's Power 100 list (Dana Walden and Elizabeth Banks have given, while Oprah has not) reveals scant support for Clinton. Says one industry dealmaker, "We all want a woman to be president — some of us just wish it were someone else."Read more

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  4. 'Sicario' Producer Reveals Movie's Original Ending

    8:00 am 1/25/2016

    Basil Iwanyk, whose production company Thunder Road is celebrating its 10th anniversary, also opens up about why 'John Wick' defies a studio "formula."Read more

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  5. Art & Hollywood: L.A.'s Most Expensive Masters

    11:00 am 1/22/2016

    2015 auction hauls for SoCal's top five earners, from the Artnet database.Read more

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  6. Art & Hollywood: How Collectors Can Land a Financial Windfall by Lending Their Artwork

    11:00 am 1/22/2016

    Parking private works at museums boosts value and often gives tax breaks as Eli Broad and Peter Brandt get a skeptical eye from the Senate.Read more

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  7. How Hollywood Power Players Jump Through Hoops to Score a Unique Piece of Art

    11:00 am 1/22/2016

    For the passionate and ambitious collector, sometimes only a commissioned work will do, as aficionados court masters and rising stars and endure yearslong waits, arcane contracts and little control to nab a one-of-a-kind item from a sought-after creator.Read more

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  8. How to Get Invited to Cheech Marin's House

    11:00 am 1/22/2016

    Art Los Angeles Contemporary offers a tour of the actor's collection of Chicano works as several art fairs paint the town and draw thousands of culture seekers.Read more

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  9. Art & Hollywood: An Insider's Guide to L.A.'s Downtown Galleries

    11:00 am 1/22/2016

    Three new entrants popped up in the last year, and a major player is set to debut in March as THR spotlights 16 top spots.Read more

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  10. L.A.'s Most Sought-After Artist Works Out of Warner Bros.' Backlot "Like a Trojan Horse"

    11:00 am 1/22/2016

    Israel sells work for more than $1 million and navigates the intersection of Hollywood and high culture with an unconflicted ease that some criticize but more covet: "People in my generation don't have those hang-ups."Read more

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