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  1. Scrapped Frank Ocean 'Django' Song: 'Wiseman'

    6:43 am PST 12/26/2012
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    The R&B It boy posts the track on his Tumblr, writing that the movie "was ill without it." READ MORE

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  2. Christmas Box Office: 'Les Mis' No. 1 With $18.2 Million; 'Django Unchained' Strong No. 2

    9:29 pm PST 12/25/2012
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    UPDATED: The holiday sees strong traffic at the multiplex; family comedy "Parental Guidance" also opens. READ MORE

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  3. In Theaters This Week: Reviews of 'Les Miserables,' 'Django Unchained,' 'Promised Land' and More

    9:00 pm PST 12/24/2012
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    What THR's critics say about the movies opening this week. READ MORE

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  4. Spike Lee: 'Django Unchained' is 'Disrespectful,' I Will Not See It

    7:54 am PST 12/24/2012
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    The filmmaker, who has long had issues with Quentin Tarantino, also tweeted: "American slavery was not a Sergio Leone spaghetti Western. It was a holocaust." READ MORE

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  5. THR's Oscar Expert Breaks Down the Production Design Race

    10:00 am PST 12/21/2012
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    Scott Feinberg on the front-runners, major threats and possibilities for 2012. READ MORE

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  6. Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' NYC Premiere

    6:59 pm PST 12/20/2012
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    Quentin Tarantino premiered his seventh film in New York City, where nearly his entire cast celebrated at the Ziegfeld Theater and Standard Biergarten. READ MORE

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  7. 'Django' to the Extreme: How Panic Attacks and DiCaprio's Real Blood Made a Slavery Epic Better

    12:00 pm PST 12/20/2012
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    No one was safe from from harm on Quentin Tarantino's intense and ill-fated shoot. READ MORE

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  8. Quentin Tarantino Demanded -- and Got -- a Whole New Language of Sound Effects for 'Django Unchained'

    12:00 pm PST 12/20/2012
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    The director sent his team of sound designers on a hunt for the perfect acoustical environments to capture the film's gunshots and whipcracks. READ MORE

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  9. Todd McCarthy's 10 Best Movies of 2012

    11:37 am PST 12/20/2012
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    THR’s chief film critic picks his favorites. READ MORE

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  10. Best Song: Katy Perry, Jamie Foxx and Keith Urban on Writing Movie Tunes

    6:00 am PST 12/20/2012
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    Oscar-eligible songwriters new to the game explain their work. READ MORE

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  11. Quentin Tarantino Says Drug War, Justice System Are Modern-Day Slavery

    10:27 am PST 12/19/2012
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    The "Django Unchained" director told a talk show that as he researched slavery, he saw the same sort of injustices happening in America today. READ MORE

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  12. Samuel L. Jackson on His 'SNL' F-Bomb, Teaching His Daughter to Curse (Video)

    7:51 am PST 12/19/2012
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    The "Django Unchained" star told Jimmy Kimmel that Kenan Thompson was to blame for his half-expletive, saying, "I'm used to working with professionals who know their lines." READ MORE

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  13. Why Quentin Tarantino Isn't Concerned With Violence in 'Django Unchained'

    5:00 am PST 12/19/2012
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    The director, one of The Hollywood Reporter's 2012 Rule Breakers, tells THR he ignores calls to tone down his films: "Not one word of social criticism … has ever changed one word." READ MORE

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  14. 2012's Biggest Rule Breakers: 'Walking Dead,' Psy, Quentin Tarantino and 7 Others Who Rocked the Status Quo

    4:59 am PST 12/19/2012
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    THR's second annual issue honoring the men and women in Hollywood who played by their own rules this year. READ MORE

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  15. Samuel L. Jackson, Anne Hathaway Drop Heated F-Bombs, Trade Misery (Video)

    10:29 am PST 12/18/2012
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    In an intense competition that includes darts, gingerbread plantations and tuberculosis, the two Oscar nominees decide whose film is more unbearably sad in a Funny or Die sketch. READ MORE

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  16. Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' Reignites Debate Over N-Word in Movies

    12:07 pm PST 12/15/2012
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    With more than 110 utterances of the word in his new slave Western, Tarantino reopens a decades-long discussion about racism, art and the fine line between. READ MORE

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  17. Jamie Foxx Moves Like Mick Jagger on 'Late Show' (Video)

    9:22 pm PST 12/13/2012
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    The "Django Unchained" star shows off his impersonation of the Rolling Stones frontman during an impromptu rendition of "Start Me Up." READ MORE

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  18. Samuel L. Jackson on 'Django Unchained,' Slavery and His Excited Olympic Tweeting

    12:22 pm PST 12/13/2012
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    At the premiere of Quentin Tarantino's new film, Jackson, his long-time collaborator, spoke to THR about why the director understands race, and what Summer Olympic sports he enjoyed. READ MORE

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  19. THR's Producer Roundtable: 6 Power Players on Saying No to Tarantino, Studio Politics and del Toro's Vision for 'Hobbit'

    9:34 am PST 12/13/2012
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    Philippa Boyens ("The Hobbit"), Bruce Cohen ("Silver Linings Playbook"), Eric Fellner ("Les Miserables"), Grant Heslov ("Argo"), JoAnne Sellar ("The Master") and Stacey Sher ("Django Unchained") opened up to THR's Matthew Belloni and Stephen Galloway on Dec. 3 in a private room at The Palm restaurant in West Hollywood. READ MORE

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  20. The Producers: Dealing with Obstacles

    9:00 am PST 12/13/2012
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    From dealing with the weather, to finding the right location to film, our producer roundtable guests share the biggest obstacles they encountered while filming their movies. READ MORE

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  21. The Producers: Full Uncensored Interview

    9:00 am PST 12/13/2012
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    Full uncensored interview with Grant Heslov (Argo), Philippa Boyens (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey), Eric Fellner (Anna Karenina and Les Miserables) Stacey Sher (Django Unchained) Joanne Sellar (The Master) Bruce Cohen (Silver Linings Playbook). READ MORE

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