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5th Anniversary

The Great Late-Night Poll: Where the Hosts Stand Now

Five years ago, in THR's first issue, polling firm Penn Schoen Berland evaluated the post-primetime landscape. Now, with only one host still in his seat, it went back to learn who is watching whom and why the atheists love Stephen Colbert.

The Heartbreaking Update to THR’s First Birth Announcement

Five years following the birth of their baby girl, Gracie, in THR's inaugural 'Hitched, Hatched, Hired' page, Pandora exec Tracy Zamot remembers her late husband John Loscalzo, who died of a pulmonary embolism in April.

How Beverly Hills’ Bird Streets Turned Into a Celebrity “Clusterf—”

Since THR first reported on the neighborhood's buzz in 2011, prices have soared, new properties have emerged and former A-list residents (such as Christina Aguilera and Jodie Foster) have flown the coop.

What Happened to the 2014 ‘Avatar’ Sequel? And That Wile E. Coyote Movie?

Casey Affleck joining the cast of 'Tower Heist,' 'Will and Grace's' Eric McCormack signing on to TNT's 'Perception' pilot and Jennifer Grey's move to UTA were among the items from 5 years ago on THR's first print "7 Days of Deals" page — many of which didn't pan out. Welcome to Hollywood!

TV Critic’s Notebook: 1,715 Shows and One Question, “What to Watch?”

The total number of series (and distribution platforms) has soared, leaving audiences drunk on choice with primetime, broadcast, cable and streaming TV offerings: "It goes almost without saying that qualitatively, television is off the charts today."

Jennifer Lawrence Before She Was Famous and 15 More Never-Told Stories Behind THR’s Most Memorable Covers

When Lorne Michaels refused to pick favorites to pose with him for the magazine's 'Saturday Night Live' issue, which celebrated the show's 40th anniversary, choosing castmembers for the cover shoot turned into a "political minefield."

Jennifer Lawrence: I Planned to Try Acting for 5 Years and Then Become a Nurse

The world's highest-paid actress (as much as $25 million a film) and THR Actress Roundtable participant reveals her now not-needed backup plan.

Ava DuVernay on Advocating for Female Directors, Her “Low” ‘Selma’ Moment

The activist talks about the industry ups and downs stemming from her film's success and why she won't use the Oscars platform to say exactly what she's thinking.

Ted Sarandos’ Dream: To Have Someone on the Oscar Stage “Thank Netflix”

The chief content officer talks the streaming service's international expansion, how he'll spend $5 billion on content this year and the biggest misconception about him.

Jennifer Lawrence, Kevin Hart Among Hollywood’s Top A-List Quintet of Last 5 Years

In revealing interviews for The Hollywood Reporter’s 5th anniversary issue, a movie star, executive, multihyphenate pair, comedian and activist reveal what it’s like to have gone from a name you barely knew in 2010 to the top of Tinseltown.

Phil Lord, Chris Miller on ‘Star Wars’ Spinoff Pressure, Being “Stoney” Filmmakers

The multihyphenates behind 'The Lego Movie' discuss their massive slate of upcoming projects and why people think they do a lot of drugs.

Kevin Hart Blasts the “False Reality” of Hollywood

"The worst part of success is getting caught up in the false reality that it gives you," the comedian tells THR. "Everybody is trying to do things for you or cater to you, and that's not how things go."