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  1. '12 Years a Slave,' 'Fruitvale Station' Among Remaining Nominees for Gotham Audience Award

    9:38 am PST 11/07/2013
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    The top five contenders will face off in the second round to determine a winner; voting begins Friday. READ MORE

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  2. Full Uncensored Actors Roundtable

    9:00 am PDT 10/30/2013
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    Full uncensored interview with awards contenders Jake Gyllenhaal (Prisoners), Forest Whitaker (Lee Daniels’ The Butler), Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club), Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club), Josh Brolin (Labor Day) and Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station). READ MORE

  3. Awards Roundtable: 6 Actors on Mistakes, Sacrifices and Strange Auditions

    8:58 am PDT 10/30/2013
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    THR sits down with six Oscar contenders -- Jake Gyllenhaal, Forest Whitaker, Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto, Josh Brolin and Michael B. Jordan -- at Mack Sennett Studios in Los Angeles to hear stories about what it's like to turn down a $15 million payday, when Peter Jackson hates your audition and shaving versus waxing your legs for a role. READ MORE

  4. Actors Roundtable: 6 Oscar Contenders Reveal All

    2:00 am PDT 10/30/2013
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    Jake Gyllenhaal (Prisoners), Forest Whitaker (Lee Daniels’ The Butler), Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club), Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club), Josh Brolin (Labor Day) and Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station) gather for an intimate conversation. Find out who doesn't watch his own movies and who may have turned down $15 million offer to star as Magnum, READ MORE

  5. FEINBERG FORECAST: Updated Projections (With 20 Weeks Until the 86th Oscars)

    10:10 pm PDT 10/13/2013
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    "Gravity" showed little box-office let-up, "Her" finally screened at the New York Film Festival and the screener deluge continued during a busy week in the awards race. READ MORE

  6. 'Fruitvale Station' Screeners Mailed With Major Error (Exclusive)

    5:38 pm PDT 10/13/2013
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    The Weinstein Co. is working to correct the mistake: Oscar voters were asked to consider Melonie Diaz and Octavia Spencer in the lead actress category, even though both are actually being pushed in the supporting category. READ MORE

  7. Hollywood Film Awards to Honor Michael B. Jordan, Sophie Nelisse and David Oyelowo (Exclusive)

    9:33 am PDT 10/09/2013
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    The 26-year-old star of "Fruitvale Station," 13-year-old star of "The Book Thief" and 37-year-old star of "Lee Daniels' The Butler" follow in impressive footsteps. READ MORE

  8. Zurich Fest: Diego Quemada-Diez's 'La Jaula De Oro' Wins Best Film

    2:29 pm PDT 10/06/2013
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    Michael B. Jordan gets a special mention from the Zurich jury for his starring role in Ryan Coogler's "Fruitvale Station." READ MORE

  9. Zurich Fest: Harvey Weinstein Hints at Oscars Gameplan

    2:48 pm PDT 09/29/2013
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    The exec explains why the studio held back "Grace of Monaco" and will be pushing "Fruitvale Station." He figured: "This is the most competitive season I've ever seen." READ MORE

  10. 'The Fifth Estate' and the Surge in Ripped-From-the-Headlines Oscar Contenders (Analysis)

    5:01 pm PDT 08/21/2013
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    Films inspired by recent major news stories -- such as the WikiLeaks-focused "The Fifth Estate," which will open the Toronto International Film Festival in two weeks -- have never numbered more or been turned around as quickly. READ MORE

  11. Box Office Report: 'Wolverine' Opens to Strong $141.1 Mil Globally; Soft in North America

    8:33 am PDT 07/28/2013
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    UPDATED: The Hugh Jackman superhero pic is doing huge business overseas, where it opened higher than any previous "X-Men" film; Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine" scores the best limited opening in almost a year. READ MORE

  12. Box Office Report: 'The Wolverine' Slows Considerably, Still No. 1 Friday With $21 Million

    7:58 am PDT 07/27/2013
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    The superhero pic returns Hugh Jackman in the title role; Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine" opens to huge numbers in New York and L.A., while "Fruitvale Station" beats "The Way, Way Back" as both specialty films expand nationwide. READ MORE

  13. Box Office Preview: 'Wolverine' Sharpening Claws for $65 Million North American Debut

    10:28 am PDT 07/25/2013
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    UPDATE: Hugh Jackman returns in the title role, with James Mangold directing; Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine" and CBS Films' "The To Do List" open at the specialty box office, while "Fruitvale Station" and "The Way, Way Back" expand nationwide. READ MORE

  14. Zimmerman Verdict: Zeitgeist Spotlight Shines on 'Fruitvale Station'

    4:10 pm PDT 07/14/2013
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    With striking parallels to the Trayvon Martin saga, the Weinstein Co. drama finds immediate relevance in the news cycle -- and increased public interest in the film. READ MORE

  15. 'Fruitvale Station' Poised to Make Waves During Awards Season

    9:00 am PDT 07/13/2013
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    Like Ryan Coogler's film-fest darling, Oscar-nominated films "Precious" and "Beasts of the Southern Wild" took home big honors at Sundance and Cannes. READ MORE

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  16. In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of 'Pacific Rim,' 'Grown Ups 2' and More

    6:00 pm PDT 07/11/2013
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    What THR's critics say about the movies opening this weekend. READ MORE

  17. Indie Icons: Octavia Spencer and the Cast of 'Fruitvale Station' Discuss the Film Fest Favorite (Video)

    7:52 pm PDT 07/10/2013
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    Rising star Michael B. Jordan, writer/director Ryan Coogler and Oscar-winning actress Octavia Spencer talk about turning this gritty tale into a critically acclaimed indie-flick. READ MORE

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  18. Indie Icons 'Take 5': Octavia Spencer and the Cast of 'Fruitvale Station'

    10:46 am PDT 07/09/2013
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    Rising star Michael B. Jordan, first-time director Ryan Coogler and Oscar winner Octavia Spencer talk about who inspires them and what makes them geek out. READ MORE

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  19. Harvey Weinstein Talks 'Butler' Dispute at 'Fruitvale Station' Screening

    9:11 pm PDT 07/08/2013
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    The movie mogul spoke out about the title fight between his company and Warner Bros. READ MORE

  20. The Cast of 'Fruitvale Station' on Working on a True Story

    12:00 am PDT 07/08/2013
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    Oscar winner Octavia Spencer discusses the advantages of working with a writer/director and how she was offered the title of executive producer. READ MORE

  21. Indie Icons 'Take 5': 'Fruitvale Station' Cast on Making Independent Movies

    3:33 pm PDT 07/05/2013
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    Octavia Spencer and director Ryan Coogler and the cast of his drama share the biggest differences in making big-budget films and independents. The stars also give us their best advice for up-and-coming actors. READ MORE