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  1. Fewer Bankable Stars, Smaller Parties and Less 'F—ing': Next Gen's First Class on Hollywood's Evolution

    10:00 am 11/7/2013

    Power players Stacey Snider, Nina Jacobson, Gavin Polone, Michael De Luca, Kevin Huvane and more alums of the 1994 class share candid stories of the way things were, from taking abuse as a "badge of honor" to why awards season wasn't always such a drag.Read more

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  2. THR Accepting Nominations for 20th Annual Next Generation Issue

    8:34 am 7/19/2013

    Think you know someone who will be running Hollywood in a few years? THR is now accepting online nominations of executives 35 and under in the categories of agents, managers, film, TV, digital, legal and publicity.Read more

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  3. Next Gen Class of 2012

    5:29 pm 11/8/2012

    THR's annual reception honoring the next generation in the entertainment industry, held at the former Falcon Restaurant in Los Angeles, sponsored by Samsung Galaxy and A&E. Read more

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  4. TV Stars Reveal Their Most Horrifying Audition Stories at THR's Next Gen 2012 Event (Video)

    4:32 pm 11/8/2012

    Dakota Johnson, Taylor Kinney and the cast of "Happy Endings" share their favorite failed tryouts involving boozing, dancing and stripping. Read more

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  5. Weird or Worst Audition: Next Gen

    1:57 pm 11/8/2012

    From a mock strip-tease to still being hungover, our Next Gen guests Damon Wayans Jr., Bailey Chase, Dakota Johnson, Casey Wilson and more let us know about their weird and worst auditions. Read more

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  6. The Hollywood Reporter's Next Gen Class of 2012 Parties Down (Video)

    12:10 pm 11/8/2012

    At the fete celebrating THR's annual list of the 35 fastest-rising industry stars 35 and under, the cast of "Happy Endings" attended in support of showrunner David Caspe, while other honorees including Dakota Johnson, Taylor Kinney and Leslye Headland mingled with top Hollywood executives.Read more

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