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  1. Layoffs, Defections: Is The Weinstein Co. for Sale?

    6:25 am 11/18/2015

    Harvey Weinstein's board ponders the future (with Ron Burkle?) as the studio makes a big bet on Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight.'Read more

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  2. 'Shit My Dad Says' Creator: I Killed Hollywood's Obsession With Twitter TV Shows

    6:00 am 11/18/2015

    In 2010, in its first issue, THR noted that tweets were being turned into television. Five years later, Justin Halpern, the user behind the Twitter page that spawned the short-lived CBS sitcom, fondly writes about the flop that killed the trend.Read more

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  3. Analyzing John Malone's Complex Courtship of Lionsgate

    5:00 am 11/18/2015

    The mogul's Liberty Global ups its stake in the 'Hunger Games' studio as speculation of a merger with Starz (or a tax dodge) builds.Read more

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  4. Paris Attacks Put French Movie Premieres, Idris Elba's 'Bastille Day' in Question

    5:00 am 11/18/2015

    As high-profile events are canceled and movie attendance declines (Rentrak estimates 'Spectre' lost 20 percent of first-week box office in France due to weekend theater closures), filmgoers in the City of Lights remain defiant.Read more

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  5. Why Hillary's Former Operative Bought a Hollywood Box-Office Tracking Firm

    5:00 am 11/18/2015

    "I've always felt there was a synergy between Hollywood and politics," says political analyst and former Microsoft chief strategy officer Mark Penn, whose investment firm The Stagwell Group acquired Nielsen's National Research Group on Nov. 16.Read more

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  6. The Hollywood Reporter Rebirth Turns 5 Today

    5:00 am 11/18/2015

    Back in 2010, the trade daily transformed into a glossy weekly magazine and website. Its editor, Janice Min, writes about what went into making it work.Read more

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  7. Oscars: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Battles the Sequel Curse

    10:42 pm 11/16/2015

    Nearly 40 years ago, George Lucas' groundbreaking space odyssey got lots of Academy love, but so far the force doesn't appear to be with J.J. Abrams' reboot.Read more

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  8. The Great Late-Night Poll: Where the Hosts Stand Now

    10:35 pm 11/16/2015

    Five years ago, in THR's first issue, polling firm Penn Schoen Berland evaluated the post-primetime landscape. Now, with only one host still in his seat, it went back to learn who is watching whom and why the atheists love Stephen Colbert.Read more

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  9. How 'Son of Saul' Defied the Dangers of Re-Creating the Holocaust

    8:00 am 11/16/2015

    A first-time director, an unknown actor, an uncompromising look at the hellish Nazi death camps — against all odds, Laszlo Nemes' film took Cannes by storm and became Hungary's Oscar entry.Read more

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  10. Mark Ruffalo Wages Anti-Fracking War on Gov. Jerry Brown

    7:00 am 11/16/2015

    "For too long, Gov. Brown has put the fossil fuel industry above all others," the actor said at a press-free meeting at UTA headquarters, which was held to address the environmental consequences of fracking.Read more

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