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  1. Germany's Senator Entertainment Restructuring After Massive Loss

    1:27 am PDT 05/01/2014
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    The Berlin-based producer-distributor booked net losses of $38 million last year, as revenues fell 47 percent. READ MORE

  2. Todd McCarthy on Philip Seymour Hoffman: 'Never a False or Self-Conscious Note'

    7:00 am PST 02/05/2014
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    THR's chief film critic remembers "a complete performer," who nailed it as both the fey and pixie-ish author in "Capote" and the blustery and Wellesian title character in "The Master." READ MORE

  3. Best of 2013: 13 Big-Screen Reunions

    6:25 pm PST 12/30/2013
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    From Julia Roberts and Dermot Mulroney to Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, the memorable co-stars who joined forces in new films this year. READ MORE

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  4. 'Iconic Moment' Costume Fete Features Oscar Winners Colleen Atwood, Mark Bridges (Updated)

    5:45 pm PDT 06/18/2013
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    The work of legendary costume designer Edith Head will also be featured along with a screening of her work in Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo." READ MORE

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  5. 'Intouchables' Revives Germany's Senator Entertainment

    12:29 am PDT 05/01/2013
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    The surprise French blockbuster boosted revenues at the German producer/distributor by more than 76 percent in 2012. READ MORE

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  6. Oscars: Who Will Win, Who Should Win (Analysis)

    5:00 pm PST 02/19/2013
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    THR awards analyst Scott Feinberg makes his final predictions, facing off against chief film critic Todd McCarthy on matters of taste. READ MORE

  7. A Few Minutes with Feinberg: Age Ain't Nothin' but a Number

    6:43 pm PST 02/07/2013
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    THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg looks at how each of this year's acting and directing nominees compare, in terms of age, to past winners. READ MORE

  8. How 'Zero Dark Thirty' Producer Megan Ellison Snagged Jessica Chastain

    8:08 pm PST 02/06/2013
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    Vanity Fair profiles profiles the 27-year-old without her cooperation and details a rift with Harvey Weinstein and her love of consorting with stars. READ MORE

  9. Santa Barbara Honoree Amy Adams on Stage Fright and Kissing Leonardo DiCaprio

    12:25 pm PST 02/02/2013
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    The actress, who has scored four Oscar noms in seven years, also remarked about formerly waitressing at Hooters ("Some guy's offering you $250 to take your shirt off") during a 90-minute interview. READ MORE

  10. Golden Globes Hair: Adele, Julianne Moore, Amy Adams Battle for Best Buns (Poll)

    2:01 pm PST 01/14/2013
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    Golden Globes 2013 hair ran the gamut from short and sweet to long and lovely. But it was those intriguing updos with twisted buns that caught our eye. READ MORE

  11. Critics Choice Red Carpet Clues: What the Nominees Will (Or Won't) Wear to Globes, Oscars

    8:30 pm PST 01/11/2013
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    What Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Adams, Helen Hunt, and Anne Hathaway wore to the Critics Choice Awards on Jan. 10 could suggest what future fashion choices will be made this awards season. READ MORE

  12. 'Zero Dark Thirty' Pulls in 4 More Awards From Vancouver Film Critics

    7:00 pm PST 01/07/2013
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    Kathryn Bigelow's hunt-for-Osama bin Laden hunt thriller wins for best film, director, screenplay and actress for star Jessica Chastain. READ MORE

  13. 'Lincoln' Leads Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards With Five Nods

    6:07 pm PST 12/27/2012
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    Steven Speilberg's drama about the 16th president earned lead Daniel Day Lewis a best actor nomination. READ MORE

  14. THR's Oscar Expert Breaks Down the Production Design Race

    10:00 am PST 12/21/2012
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    Scott Feinberg on the front-runners, major threats and possibilities for 2012. READ MORE

  15. 'The Master' Named Best Movie by Toronto Film Critics

    9:01 pm PST 12/17/2012
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    Paul Thomas Anderson also took the best director and best screenplay prizes for his cult-leader drama, while Philip Seymour Hoffman was named best supporting actor. READ MORE

  16. THR's Producer Roundtable: 6 Power Players on Saying No to Tarantino, Studio Politics and del Toro's Vision for 'Hobbit'

    9:34 am PST 12/13/2012
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    Philippa Boyens ("The Hobbit"), Bruce Cohen ("Silver Linings Playbook"), Eric Fellner ("Les Miserables"), Grant Heslov ("Argo"), JoAnne Sellar ("The Master") and Stacey Sher ("Django Unchained") opened up to THR's Matthew Belloni and Stephen Galloway on Dec. 3 in a private room at The Palm restaurant in West Hollywood. READ MORE

  17. The Producers: Full Uncensored Interview

    9:00 am PST 12/13/2012
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    Full uncensored interview with Grant Heslov (Argo), Philippa Boyens (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey), Eric Fellner (Anna Karenina and Les Miserables) Stacey Sher (Django Unchained) Joanne Sellar (The Master) Bruce Cohen (Silver Linings Playbook). READ MORE

  18. Producer Roundtable: 6 Power Players on Delivering 'The Hobbit' and the 'Nightmare' of Making 'Les Mis'

    9:00 am PST 12/13/2012
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    Philippa Boyens, Grant Heslov, Eric Fellner and other heavy-lifters behind this year's best movies open up about their biggest regrets, raising kids on set and how computers are now deciding on greenlights. READ MORE

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  19. 'Amour' Named Best Film by Los Angeles Film Critics

    11:10 am PST 12/09/2012
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    Joaquin Phoenix and, in a tie, Jennifer Lawrence and Emmanuelle Riva take top acting prizes. READ MORE

  20. THR's Costume Designers Roundtable: 'Les Miserables,' 'Lincoln' Pros Spill Secrets on This Season's Best-Dressed Films

    9:02 am PST 12/06/2012
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    The costume designers on "Hitchcock," "Anna Karenina," "The Master" and "Snow White and the Huntsman" also talk about taking direction from Tim Burton and Steven Spielberg and reveal how too many glimpses in the mirror are a telltale sign of a talent’s insecurity. READ MORE