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  1. 'A Raisin in the Sun' With Denzel Washington Joins the Club of Broadway Season's Profitable Plays

    11:26 am 6/11/2014

    The Scott Rudin-produced revival, which ends its limited run on Sunday after winning three Tony Awards, recouped its entire $4.25 million capitalization.Read more

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  2. Emmys: 'Downton Abbey's' Joanne Froggatt on Her Grueling Arc as a Rape Victim (Q&A)

    11:00 am 6/11/2014

    The contender opens up about how she prepared for her storyline and the feedback she received from viewers.Read more

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  3. Emmys: 'It's Not Fun to See a Character You Love Die,' 'The Good Wife' Co-Creator Says

    8:30 am 6/11/2014

    Robert and Michelle King reveal the angst and artistry that went into pulling off the shocking death of Josh Charles' character.Read more

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  4. Italy's David di Donatello Awards Honor 'The Great Beauty,' 'The Human Capital'

    12:55 pm 6/10/2014

    Sophia Loren stole the show, as she was honored for her work in "The Human Voice (la voce umana)," a short film directed by her son, Edoardo Ponti.Read more

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  5. Pulitzer Winner 'Disgraced' to Open on Broadway

    12:00 pm 6/10/2014

    Hari Dhillon, Gretchen Mol, Karen Pittman and Josh Radnor will star in Ayad Akhtar's provocative play about the myth of a postracial America.Read more

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  6. Eventizing Emmy Season: Studios Enlist New Tactics in Campaign Battleground

    11:24 am 6/10/2014

    "Modern Family" re-creates a wedding, "American Horror Story" enlists Stevie Nicks, and Fox and Netflix appeal to women as a shorter voting window has many making louder "for your consideration" pitches.Read more

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  7. Matthew McConaughey to Receive American Cinematheque Award

    10:04 am 6/10/2014

    The Oscar winner will be honored at a benefit gala Oct. 21.Read more

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  8. 'Duck Dynasty' Producer on Phil Robertson's Anti-Gay Comments: I Wanted to Speak Up (Video)

    8:30 am 6/10/2014

    "I know Phil Robertson. I know his beliefs," Deirdre Gurney, executive producer of A&E's breakout hit, said during The Hollywood Reporter Reality Roundtable. "I know how he treats a crew that has several gay people on it.”Read more

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  9. In a Year of Strong Documentaries, 'The Fix' Deserves to Be Remembered

    7:14 am 6/10/2014

    Laura Naylor's impressive new doc, which recently screened at the SOHO International Film Festival and will soon be seen at AFI Docs, focuses on the challenges facing recovering heroin addicts who are afflicted with hepatitis C.Read more

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