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  1. Making of 'Hidden Figures': Re-creating the '60s to Tell an Untold Story of Space, Sexism and Civil Rights

    8:56 pm 1/3/2017

    Telling the story of three African-American female mathematicians who helped launch America into space — even though they weren't allowed to use the "whites only" bathrooms — turned out to be no harder than advanced mathematics for stars Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae.Read more

  2. How 'Patriots Day' Tackled the Sensitivity of the Boston Marathon Bombings

    8:00 am 12/20/2016

    Three years after the attack, Peter Berg ('Deepwater Horizon,' 'Battleship') and Mark Wahlberg return — sensitively — to the scene of the crime amid local complaints.Read more

  3. Making of 'Hell or High Water': How Ben Foster (Intentionally) Lost a Tooth for His Role

    5:55 am 12/9/2016

    Actor Ben Foster took his dedication to his craft to new heights while shooting the Western, 'Hell or High Water,' about a pair of outlaw brothers.Read more

  4. Making of 'Jackie': How a Chilean Director Convinced Natalie Portman to Play the Grieving First Lady

    8:55 am 12/1/2016

    "Even though so much has been written, we know very little," says Director Pablo Larrain of America's most famous first lady, Jackie Kennedy.Read more

  5. Nicole Kidman on Adoption Connection That Drew Her to Miraculous True Story 'Lion'

    8:55 am 11/22/2016

    For his first feature, Aussie director Garth Davis went to India as he searched long and hard to cast the role of a 5-year-old boy who barely speaks, put Dev Patel through audition hell and cut through a mountain of red tape to get the busiest bridge in Kolkata to shut down for a day.Read more

  6. How Clint Eastwood Surviving a Plane Crash Led Him to Direct 'Sully'

    9:00 am 11/17/2016

    After the film was passed on for years due to Denzel Washington's 'Flight,' the director and star Tom Hanks reveal that their biggest challenge wasn't merely to land a jet in the Hudson River — it was figuring out how to fill the film's other 93 minutes. Read more

  7. Making of 'Neruda': How a Biopic of a Chilean Communist Poet "Completely Turned the Genre on Its Head"

    7:00 am 11/14/2016

    Pablo Larrain and his cast braved snowstorms, hypothermia — and high-fat diets — to bring the tale of Nobel Prize winner Pablo Neruda to the big screen.Read more

  8. How 'Moonlight' Became a "Personal Memoir" for Director Barry Jenkins: "I  Knew the Story Like the Back of My Hand"

    6:30 am 11/11/2016

    A coming-of-age story about a black gay man growing up in Miami could have been a hard sell. But Jenkins had no doubts: "Even for me, on set, directing these things, it was like some extremely aggressive therapy. For me, it’s not just a movie."Read more

  9. How 'La La Land' Went From First-Screening Stumbles to Hollywood Ending

    6:30 am 11/3/2016

    'La La Land' director Damien Chazelle shared he feared at first for his modern musical with its many early struggles—until the Venice Film Festival.Read more

  10. Making of 'Hateful Eight': How Tarantino Braved Sub-Zero Weather and a Stolen Screener

    7:55 am 1/7/2016

    The writer-director and his cast recall the challenges of getting the three-hour, 70mm saga to the screen, from a script stolen in 2014 to an online leak of the film, as the notorious stickler for realism shot his stars outdoors in the Rocky Mountains ("It was freezing, man, freezing," recalls Walton Goggins) and chained Jennifer Jason Leigh to Kurt Russell for 14-hour days ("We were like a very disturbed version of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers," says the actress).Read more

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