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  1. Watch Out! The Westside Train Is About to Arrive in L.A.; Here's All You Need to Know

    8:00 am 6/19/2015

    A touch of East Coast hits Santa Monica in 2016 as employees at Lionsgate and Maker Studios, among others, get a new convenience and the commerce (SoulCycle! Joan’s on Third!) to go with it.Read more

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  2. Hollywood Moguls' Arm Candy Du Jour: Goodbye Asians, Hello Yoga Instructors

    7:00 am 6/19/2015

    Long after Wendy Wasserstein popularized the term "shiksa goddess" — blond, unattainable, non-Jewish — new versions have come along as Hollywood alpha males have gravitated toward shopgirls, women of Asian extraction and, now, yoga teachers.Read more

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  3. Ann Coulter Talks 'Sharknado 3' Role: I'm as Bad as Lena Dunham

    6:00 am 6/19/2015

    "I've been acting for years. ... My greatest acting performance was pretending to enjoy the movie 'Selma.'"Read more

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  4. Throwback Thursday: In 2003, Steve Jobs Trashed Digital Music Subscriptions

    1:00 pm 6/18/2015

    "I think you could make available the Second Coming in a subscription model, and it might not be successful," Jobs said. Now, Tim Cook's Apple Music subscription service will challenge that idea.Read more

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  5. Emmys: What the Film World's TV Takeover Means for This Year's Hopefuls

    12:00 pm 6/18/2015

    In a year in which an unprecedented number of 'film actors' — including dozens of Oscar nominees and winners — are making waves on TV, THR's awards analyst breaks down the causes and effects of their exodus from the big screen to the small screen.Read more

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  6. Matthew Weiner on Jon Hamm's 'Mad Men' Finale Performance: "You Can Write It, But You Can't Make It Happen"

    9:00 am 6/18/2015

    The show's creator makes the case for his Emmy actor contenders as masters of subtlety: "It's all performance; how do you say 'OK' in a way that tells the audience something huge?"Read more

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  7. John Legend Accepts $300K to Perform Two Songs at Beverly Hills Hotel Despite Boycott

    8:00 am 6/18/2015

    The singer backed out of a party there in February after owner the Sultan of Brunei passed Sharia law in his country, but Legend seems to have had a change of heart, performing at a wedding reception at the venue in May.Read more

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  8. CAA China's Leader on Censorship, Why the Country Needs a Global Hit and Translating for Steven Spielberg

    6:00 am 6/18/2015

    Jonah Greenberg, managing director at the first Hollywood agency in China, now celebrating 10 years, sees himself as an American "emissary" to the local industry.Read more

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  9. USA Network Goes Darker to Court Millennials

    5:00 am 6/18/2015

    'Mr. Robot' and 'Complications' lead a new crop of what NBCUniversal Cable chief Bonnie Hammer calls "silver lining" dramas as the top network says so long to its "blue skies" shows.Read more

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  10. Emmys: 'Mad Men's' Matthew Weiner Reveals Most Challenging Scene From Series Finale

    12:00 pm 6/17/2015

    And that's just one story related from 17 of TV's top comedy and drama helmers — whose duties ranged from shooting an entire episode with iPhones to hugging (and crying) it out with crewmembers — as they explain how they pulled off logistical miracles and creative triumphs to make some of the season's most unforgettable (and, in one case, history-making) television.Read more

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