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  1. 'Moana' Directors Reveal How the Story Changed

    9:18 am 11/25/2016

    Veteran directing team John Musker and Ron Clements also share how they came up with the film's idea.Read more

  2. How Matt Damon's Almost-Directorial Debut 'Manchester by the Sea' Became Another Helmer's Comeback

    10:30 am 11/24/2016

    Kenneth Lonergan returns — after a legal battle over his last film, 'Margaret' (and a little persuasion from its star) — with another brooding drama. Read more

  3. Miss Golden Globes: Predicting the Stallone Sisters' Night-of Looks

    9:00 am 11/24/2016

    Sophia (20), Sistine (18) and Scarlet (14) will be the first sibling trio to do the Hollywood-insider honors.Read more

  4. Alan Thicke to Receive Whistler Film Fest Tribute

    8:41 am 11/24/2016

    One of America's TV fathers will receive the Canadian Icon Award. Read more

  5. Turkey's Oscar Hopeful 'Cold of Kalandar' Sweeps Asia Pacific Screen Awards

    5:00 am 11/24/2016

    The sophomore drama from Mustafa Kara won the director the inaugural APSA Young Cinema Award as well as best feature honors.Read more

  6. 'Toni Erdmann' Wins European Parliament's Lux Film Prize

    1:00 am 11/24/2016

    The German dramedy, which premiered in Cannes, is in the running for the 2017 foreign-language film Oscar. Read more

  7. Gay Critics Pick Top 10 Actresses of All Time

    2:00 pm 11/23/2016

    The list ranges, alphabetically, from Ingrid Bergman to Meryl Streep.Read more

  8. Oscars: 10 Live-Action Shorts Advance in Race

    11:40 am 11/23/2016

    The list is cut from 137 productions that had originally qualified in the category.Read more

  9. 10 Animated Shorts Advance in Oscar Race

    10:57 am 11/23/2016

    The short list includes Pixar's 'Piper' and Google Spotlight Stories' 'Pearl.'Read more

  10. Critic's Notebook: Why Jimmy Fallon Will Bring More Froth Than Vinegar to the 2017 Golden Globes

    7:30 am 11/23/2016

    Don't expect Gervais-style mockery of swag-loving A-listers from the affable 'Tonight Show' host as THR TV critic Daniel J. Fienberg foresees a night of "songs, gags and pretty stars" on NBC's telecast.Read more

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