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  1. 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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  2. Making of 'Carol': Why It Took 60 Years to Film the Lesbian Love Story

    9:00 am 1/5/2016

    "I didn’t think I’d be good in it," says Rooney Mara, who initially declined the role opposite Cate Blanchett, as she recalls their three-minute love scene ("Those things are always awkward") and a much more shocking one that was cut from the film.Read more

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  3. Making of 'Joy': How Jennifer Lawrence and David O. Russell Survived Endless Blizzards

    9:25 am 12/22/2015

    Script rewrites, blowups and adding a Haitian plumber character were just a part of the creative process for Russell's film, for which Kristen Wiig once considered playing Lawrence's title role.Read more

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  4. Studio Shifts, Gene Hackman's Retirement and Filming in Black and White: Making 'Nebraska'

    9:00 am 1/6/2014

    Alexander Payne's latest film began 10 years ago with an unemployed comedian whose mover knew Bruce Dern, and ended with a standing ovation at Cannes and the actor's greatest role after "55 years of trying to get here."Read more

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  5. Inside Ben Stiller's Daydreams: The Making of 'Secret Life of Walter Mitty'

    8:00 am 12/25/2013

    From Steven Spielberg and Jim Carrey to Sacha Baron Cohen and Mike Myers, many have tried to remake the 1947 classic about an adventure-prone daydreamer. But Stiller finally cracked the code and delivered a family-friendly, $90 million epic, opening Christmas Day.Read more

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