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  1. The Special Bond Between 'Modern Family' Stars Ed O'Neill and French Bulldog Beatrice

    1:33 pm 7/30/2014

    Beatrice's owner Steve Solomon reveals the canine and the human actor are fast friends.Read more

  2. Inside Hollywood's Pet Friendly Offices

    1:29 pm 7/30/2014

    THR is on the hunt for the offices that allow four-legged friends to tag along to work. Among them: Authentic Entertainment, PMK*BNC and RSA Films.Read more

  3. Crystal Hefner Gives THR a Tour of the Zoo at the Playboy Mansion

    10:00 am 7/30/2014

    The wife of Hugh Hefner introduces THR to the 100 squirrel monkeys, 2 Africa cranes (named Spot and Carl) and the other exotic animals at the famous Beverly Hills house. Read more

  4. 'Man Playing God Will Bite Him On the Ass': A Conversation With the Writers of 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes'

    10:00 am 7/30/2014

    Amanda Silver and Rick Jaffa on how they used primates to find the essence of humanity.Read more

  5. The 7-Figure Scowl: How Grumpy Cat Is Building a Media Empire

    8:00 am 7/30/2014

    As her owner quits her job at Red Lobster to focus on the feline full-time, one thing's for sure: Cat videos aren't just for the Internet anymore.Read more

  6. Crystal Hefner Leads a Tour of the Playboy Mansion's Zoo (Video)

    7:41 am 7/30/2014

    Mrs. Hugh Hefner offers THR a guided tour around, and inside, the animal enclosures in the backyard of one of the most famous estates in the world, which is one of the few private residences in America with a zoo license.Read more

  7. Veterinarians to the Stars: Whom Hollywood Turns to When Their Pets Need Help

    9:00 am 8/2/2013

    Judy Greer tells THR why she drives "very far out of my way" for her dog's doctor. Read more

  8. Hollywood's Biggest Animal Stars: Where Are They Now?

    9:00 am 8/2/2013

    From Uggie ("The Artist") to Ted Nudegent ("Austin Powers"), THR catches up with six of the four-legged creatures who made a big impression on moviegoers.Read more

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