A look back at THR's Q&As from 2008

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Woody Allen
The director talks about making his third trip to Cannes with the Penelope Cruz starrer "Vicky Cristina Barcelona."
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Danny Boyle
The hard-to-define Danny Boyle shape-shifts from crime thrillers and childhood fables to horror and sci-fi. He's now delivered his least classifiable but possibly best film to date: "Slumdog Millionaire."
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John Fithian and Mike Campbell
The two talk about their views on the summer boxoffice, the state of the theatrical business and the current challenging economic climate.
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Debra Martin Chase
The Emmy-nominated Chase spoke with THR about the need for black Cinderellas, female empowerment and paying opportunities forward.
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Britt Hume
After 12 years at Fox News Channel and four decades in the news business, Washington managing editor Brit Hume will leave "Special Report."
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Bonnie Hunt
THR talks to Hunt about finally doing a daytime talk show and whether her two-time co-star Tom Cruise might make an appearance
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Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci
With its new TV series "Fringe" running on Fox, K/O followed with its first feature as producer, "Eagle Eye." The pair's next scripts are two of summer 2009's biggest spectacles, the "Transformers" sequel and a little film called "Star Trek." Oh, and they're each 35 years old. Live long and prosper, indeed.
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Norman Lear
The TV legend discusses his nonpartisan, nonprofit campaign "Declare Yourself" and how hard it is to reach that elusive youth audience.
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Kevin Smith
After financing "Clerks" with his own checkbook, the quintessential indie filmmaker went on to make movies that have inspired scores of fans.
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Joss Whedon
The multihyphenate sat down in between panels at Comic-Con to discuss new business models, comics and what comes next.
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