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Best-Seller ‘Station Eleven’ Acquired by ‘Jane Got a Gun’ Producer (Exclusive)

Scott Steindorff lands film and TV rights to the postapocalyptic drama.

Oscars: Studios, Banned From Courting Academy with Swag, Focus on Journalists

Items sent out this awards season include a mini-statuette of Birdman, Sprinkles cupcakes, a foot-long chef's knife, vodka and personalized LEGO characters.

Box Office: 5 Hidden Silver Linings in a Down Year

Dark fairy tales are just one area in which Hollywood was able to see success as domestic gross overall dropped 5.2 percent and attendance hit a 20-year low

‘Chef’ Director Jon Favreau, Roy Choi Reunite: “Now We Get to Make a Real Restaurant”

Favreau and the Korean taco-truck king — featured in THR's Rule Breakers 2014 issue — were so inspired by the movie's surprise box-office success that they are opening a Los Angeles eatery…

Golden Globe Nominations: From ‘Budapest’ to ‘Selma,’ Which Films Got an Oscar Boost?

THR's awards analyst explains why movies such as 'American Sniper' and 'Unbroken,' which were shut out Thursday, will still be in Oscar contention on Friday

Oscars: 39 Screenplays That Matter

It's all about the story as this season's contenders range from the Coen brothers' World War II POW biopic ('Unbroken') to not one but two sets of writers turning to the world's best-selling book…

Writer Roundtable: Chris Rock, Gillian Flynn on Their “Perfect Movies,” ‘Gone Girl’ Backlash and Unhappy Endings

To kick off THR's annual awards-season series, 'Chef's' Jon Favreau, 'The Theory of Everything's' Anthony McCarten, 'The Imitation Game's' Graham Moore and 'Interstellar's' Jonathan Nolan open up…

Deauville: Jon Favreau Talks Creative Freedom on ‘Chef,’ Highly Technical ‘Jungle Book’

The director also downplays the indie's rerelease as an effort to drum up awards interest

Jon Favreau’s ‘Chef’ Cooking Up Major Awards Play Over Labor Day

Film guild members can feast on the movie for free when it returns to theaters nationwide

Specialty Box Office: Indie Darling ‘Boyhood’ Approaches $14 Million

The unique indie drama all but expanded nationwide over the weekend

In the Wrong Theater? Blame Summer’s Confusing Movie Titles

Even AMC Burbank mixed things up this week, putting up a digital poster of Oscar-nominated 2006 documentary "Deliver Us From Evil" instead of the new horror film "Deliver Us From Evil."

The Year’s First Oscar Hopefuls Stake a Claim (Analysis)

THR's awards analyst recaps the standouts from Sundance, Cannes and everything in between and ponders which movies might have the staying power to contend for nominations more than six months from…