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  1. 'Tintin' Becomes Highest Grossing Animated Film In India

    1:26 am 12/8/2011

    Steven Spielberg's film has grossed $5 million at the Indian box office since its Nov. 11 release and continues to play at cinemas.Read more

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  2. THR Awards Analyst Scott Feinberg's Top 10 Films of 2011

    10:26 am 12/7/2011

    Feinberg's personal favorites include a black-and-white silent, an old-school epic, an NC-17 character study, a Spanish-language thriller, and an unscripted love story.Read more

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  3. FEINBERG FORECAST: 'Dragon Tattoo' and 'Extremely Loud' Last Contenders to Screen

    9:25 pm 12/4/2011

    THR's awards expert Scott Feinberg offers his latest take on the Oscar race.Read more

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  4. 'War Horse' World Premiere Draws East Coast A-Listers (But, Alas, No Horses!)

    7:51 pm 12/4/2011

    The screening of Steven Spielberg's epic -- attended by Elizabeth Olsen, Brian Williams, Stephen Daldry and others -- was followed by a buffet dinner during which John Williams' score served as background music and many notables critiqued the film.Read more

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  5. 'War Horse': The Making of Steven Spielberg's WWI Epic

    11:03 am 12/2/2011

    Freezing weather, 5,800 extras and 300 horses were among the challenges handled by the director during the film's 63-day shoot.Read more

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  6. Why 'Tintin' and 'Rango' Stand Out Among This Year's Animated Awards Contenders (Opinion)

    4:12 pm 12/1/2011

    THR chief film critic Todd McCarthy dissects 2011's good, bad, and downright excruciating toons.Read more

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  7. Daniel Day Lewis Photo as Abraham Lincoln Hits the Web

    6:32 pm 11/30/2011

    The first image from Steven Spielberg's 'Lincoln' biopic shows the actor wearing the famous facial hair.Read more

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  8. 'Dark Knight's' Christian Bale on Why He's Starring Next in a $100 Million Chinese Movie

    11:30 am 11/30/2011

    From Nolan to Nanjing? Directed by the legendary Zhang Yimou, the Oscar winner is the first major Westerner to play a lead role in a Chinese movie with Rape of Nanking epic "The Flowers of War." In the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter, days after "The Dark Knight Rises" filming wrapped, the pair discuss what it means for business in China, and if the language barrier mattered: "Yimou actually wanted Christian Slater but ended up with me," jokes Bale.Read more

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