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  1. Where Hollywood Goes for Tacos and Tequila

    4:58 pm 5/4/2016

    If your Cinco de Mayo plans include a margarita (or two), these celeb-approved L.A. hot spots, frequented by the likes of Jennifer Aniston and George Clooney, have everything you need for a Thursday night fiesta.Read more

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  2. Hollywood Flashback: When Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston Launched Plan B Entertainment

    12:00 pm 2/19/2016

    Before securing a best picture Oscar (2013's '12 Years a Slave'), the production company — created by the stars and Brad Grey in 2001 — endured a change of studio heads and the couple's very public divorce. Read more

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  3. Jared Harris Joins Brad Pitt in Robert Zemeckis' Spy Thriller

    1:15 pm 1/28/2016

    The film, which takes place in 1942 in Morth Africa, also stars Marion Cotillard. Read more

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  4. 'World War Z' Sequel Loses Director

    9:51 pm 1/11/2016

    "He is a wonderful director, and we hope to work with him soon."Read more

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  5. Why Brad Pitt Won't Be Directing Anytime Soon

    6:00 am 12/3/2015

    "I have no desire whatsoever," the 'By the Sea' actor told THR at the film's premiere when asked if he would ever take a seat in the director's chair with wife Angelina.Read more

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  6. Brad Pitt Wants Justice for Victims of Financial Collapse: "It’s Disgusting. It Makes Me Angry"

    8:45 am 12/2/2015

    "People suffered as they did and yet no one was held accountable and nothing seemed to change," says 'The Big Short' producer-actor.Read more

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  7. 'The Big Short' Trailer 2

    5:00 pm 12/1/2015

    The second official trailer for 'The Big Short' starring Christian Bale and Brad Pitt .Read more

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  8. New 'Big Short' Trailer: Hollywood's A-List Takes on Financial System

    2:02 pm 11/23/2015

    "We're going to make the big banks hurt." Read more

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  9. Will 'By the Sea' Kill Hollywood "Favor" Movies?

    5:00 am 11/23/2015

    As Universal and Warner Bros. take hits with films from Angelina Jolie Pitt and Sandra Bullock, respectively, failing at the box office, passion projects greenlighted for big studio stars face off against the new Hollywood frugality.Read more

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