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  1. Oscars: Which Original Song Got the Biggest Post-Nomination Sales Boost?

    6:06 am PST 01/22/2015
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    Tracks from 'Selma', 'The Lego Movie', 'Begin Again', 'Beyond the Lights' and 'Glen Campbell...I'll Be Me' are up for the award. READ MORE

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  2. Box Office: 5 Hidden Silver Linings in a Down Year

    5:00 am PST 01/07/2015
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    Dark fairy tales are just one area in which Hollywood was able to see success as domestic gross overall dropped 5.2 percent and attendance hit a 20-year low READ MORE

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  3. Ex-New Radicals' Frontman Sings 'Begin Again' Oscar-Hopeful 'Lost Stars' (Exclusive Video)

    8:53 am PST 01/03/2015
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    The man who wrote 'You Get What You Give,' 'The Game of Love' and this hit tune from the film 'Begin Again' has not appeared in a music video in 15 years READ MORE

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  4. Gregg Alexander Performs "Lost Stars"

    1:49 pm PST 01/02/2015
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    The singer does a live performance of the hit single from John Carney's drama 'Begin Again.' READ MORE

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  5. Scott Feinberg's Top 10 Films of 2014

    4:58 pm PST 12/31/2014
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    THR's awards analyst includes on his list of favorites a drama, a biopic, a war pic, a film noir, two rom-coms, two documentaries and two foreign-language films — three of which are music-centric READ MORE

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  6. 'Begin Again' Song "Lost Stars" Rebounds From Globes Snub, Finds 'Voice'

    10:20 pm PST 12/15/2014
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    The best original song Oscar hopeful landed a Critics' Choice nom and a primetime performance by Adam Levine on NBC's 'The Voice' on a busy Monday READ MORE

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  7. Golden Globes: 24 of the Biggest Film and TV Snubs

    8:08 am PST 12/11/2014
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    'Unbroken', 'American Sniper,' 'Top Five', 'Mad Men,' 'Sherlock' and 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'' were among those shut out by the 2015 nominations READ MORE

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  8. Golden Globe Nominations: From 'Budapest' to 'Selma,' Which Films Got an Oscar Boost?

    7:57 am PST 12/11/2014
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    THR's awards analyst explains why movies such as 'American Sniper' and 'Unbroken,' which were shut out Thursday, will still be in Oscar contention on Friday READ MORE

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  9. New Radicals' Gregg Alexander Performs 'You Get What You Give' for First Time in 15 Years

    4:41 pm PST 11/18/2014
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    The 44-year-old performed a three-song medley at THR's Hollywood Film Awards afterparty, the others being 'The Game of Love,' which he wrote for Santana, and 'Lost Stars,' his Oscar-contending song from the 2014 film 'Begin Again' READ MORE

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  10. Gregg Alexander Performs the Song "Lost Stars" From 'Begin Again'

    12:20 pm PST 11/18/2014
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    The songwriter of John Carney's drama performs one of the hit songs from the soundtrack READ MORE

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  11. 'Begin Again' Songwriter Gregg Alexander on Performing at the Hollywood Film Awards Afterparty

    12:21 pm PST 11/17/2014
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    The former frontman of The New Radicals revived the band's hit single "You Get What You Give," for Quincy Jones, Emily Ratajkowksi, Patrick Fugit and other guests. READ MORE

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  12. John Carney's 'Begin Again' Secures 2014 China Theatrical Release

    11:18 pm PST 11/11/2014
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    Ivanhoe Pictures and Beijing Galloping Horse say the movie starring Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley will get a Chinese quota slot this year READ MORE

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  13. Gregg Alexander Talks Switch From New Radicals to 'Begin Again' at Billboard/THR Conference

    4:14 pm PST 11/05/2014
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    The Billboard and Hollywood Reporter Film & TV Music Conference runs through Thursday in Los Angeles READ MORE

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  14. Hollywood Music in Media Awards: Gregg Alexander Performs, Glen Campbell Feted

    12:55 am PST 11/05/2014
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    Alexander, the former New Radicals frontman who is behind the Oscar-contending song 'Lost Stars' from 'Begin Again,' sang publicly for the first time in 15 years READ MORE

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  15. Found Star: New Radicals' Gregg Alexander Grants First Interview in 15 Years (Exclusive)

    3:35 pm PDT 10/14/2014
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    The frontman of the 1990s band behind the hit single 'You Get What You Give' was lured back into the business, after a long self-imposed exile, to write the songs for 'Begin Again,' including best original song Oscar contender 'Lost Stars' READ MORE

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  16. Toronto: Market Should Be Brisk Despite Spotty Track Record for Recent Big Festival Sales

    4:03 pm PDT 09/04/2014
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    Last year, "Bad Words" sold for $7 million but underperformed at the box office READ MORE

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  17. Box Office: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Scores Stellar $73M Debut

    7:54 am PDT 07/13/2014
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    UPDATED: The sequel, however, couldn't prevent summer domestic box office revenue from continuing to tumble year over year; Richard Linklater's "Boyhood" wows at the specialty box office, while "Begin Again" lands in the top 10. READ MORE

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  18. 'Begin Again': What the Critics Are Saying

    11:38 am PDT 07/08/2014
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    'Once' director John Carney heads to New York with Mark Ruffalo, Keira Knightley, Adam Levine, Hailee Steinfeld, Catherine Keener, Cee Lo Green and Mos Def. READ MORE

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  19. 25 Summer Movies for Grown-Ups (Photos)

    5:09 pm PDT 07/03/2014
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    THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg provides a helpful list of this summer's best movies that aren't big-budget remakes, sequels or adaptations aimed at teens, but rather smart films made for mature moviegoers who appreciate a good story. READ MORE

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  20. The Year's First Oscar Hopefuls Stake a Claim (Analysis)

    12:50 pm PDT 06/30/2014
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    THR's awards analyst recaps the standouts from Sundance, Cannes and everything in between and ponders which movies might have the staying power to contend for nominations more than six months from now. READ MORE

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