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  1. AFM 2012: Why the Slowdown Is Coming

    4:43 pm 10/29/2012

    Already picky buyers gathering beachside in Santa Monica this year won’t have as many high-profile projects from which to choose as the international film business regroups after a mini-boom.Read more

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  2. In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of 'Cloud Atlas,' 'Chasing Mavericks' and More

    9:00 pm 10/25/2012

    What THR's critics say about the movies opening this week. Read more

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  3. 'Cloud Atlas' Premiere Brings Out Tom Hanks, Halle Berry and the Wachowskis

    10:15 am 10/25/2012

    Cast and crew members discuss financing, their love for the project and the messages conveyed by the film at the Los Angeles premiere. Read more

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  4. 'Cloud Atlas' Slammed for Lack of Asian Actors, 'Yellow Face' Makeup By Advocacy Group

    6:22 am 10/25/2012

    "In the modern age of movie make up, it is disturbing to see poorly done Asian eye prosthetics to make Caucasian men look Asian," the Media Action Network for Asian Americans said.Read more

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  5. Which Actress With Oscar Buzz Has Better Bombshell Style? (Poll)

    4:29 pm 10/12/2012

    "Cloud Atlas" star Halle Berry and "Hitchcock's" Scarlett Johansson compete for the classic bombshell look this awards season. Read more

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  6. Britney Spears, Halle Berry to 'Salute' Whitney Houston on TV Special

    6:03 pm 10/9/2012

    The R&B star's life and tragic death will be the focus of a one-hour tribute featuring performances by Usher, Celine Dion and Jennifer Hudson and airing on CBS Nov. 13.Read more

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  7. 'Movie 43' Trailer: Emma Stone, Gerard Butler and a Plethora of Stars Get Raunchy

    8:36 am 10/3/2012

    The omnibus sketchy comedy flick features Hollywood's A-List doing things that probably won't help any Oscar chances.Read more

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  8. Toronto 2012: 'Cloud Atlas' Director Lana Wachowski on Making a 'Monobrow' Film

    11:11 am 9/9/2012

    The Matrix director said highbrow ideas and lowbrow entertainment tropes merged to turn David Mitchell's best-selling novel into the Halle Berry and Tom Hanks-starrer. Read more

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