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The events of September 11, 2001 had a profound effect on the United States of America that forever changed us as a nation.  We live in a post-9/11 world, and it is impossible to go back to “the way things were before...

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Box Office Report: 'Texas Chainsaw' No. 1 With $23 Mil; 'Django' Strong No. 2 With $20.1 Mil

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“Zero Dark Thirty” prospers as it expands into nine cities, while Matt Damon-John Krasinki’s “Promised Land” lags; Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit” tops $820 million worldwide.

Lionsgate's Texas Chainsaw 3D exceeded expectations in its debut, grossing $23 million to win the crowded domestic box-office race.

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Produced and financed by Millennium Films, the se...

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Oscars: 'Life of Pi' Tops With 4 Wins; 'Argo' Named Best Picture

UPDATED: “Pi” scores the most wins, including one for director Ang Lee, but the Ben Affleck drama takes the top honor at the 85th Academy Awards.

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Twentieth Century Fox Film/Warner Bros.”Life of Pi” and “Argo”

Life of Pi, Argo and Les Miserables were the big winners at the 85th Annual Academy Awards on Sunday.

Ang Lee's film about a 16-year-old Indian boy adrift at sea with a t...

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Oscar Fashion: Jessica Chastain's Stylist on Her Copper Armani Prive

The “Zero Dark Thirty” actress wore the perennial Hollywood favorite.

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Jessica Chastain, recently announced as the brand ambassador for Yves Saint Laurent's new scent Manifesto, did not wear YSL– as some had surmised — on the Oscar carpet.

Instead she stepped out wearing a shimmering strapless gown by red carpet staple Armani Prive. Her stylist Elizabeth Stewart t...

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Jessica Chastain on Her Awards-Season Balancing Act, Which Nominee She Hopes to Work With (Video)

The actress continues to rack up her frequent-flier miles as she contends for an Academy Award in Los Angeles while performing in “The Heiress” in New York.

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'Zero Dark Thirty's' Surprising Top 10 Theaters — Despite Dianne Feinstein

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Senator’s slam doesn’t stop bin Laden manhunt pic from playing well in her backyard of Washington, D.C.

This story first appeared in the Jan. 25 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

Sens. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., and John McCain, R-Ariz., did their best to denounce Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty. But when the controversial film about the hunt for Osama bin Laden finally debut...

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Best Picture Oscar: Does the Most Feel-Good Movie Always Win?

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“Silver Linings Playbook” is 100 percent happy in a THR analysis of why some movies have a better shot than others.

This story first appeared in the Feb. 15 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.


From the very first scene of Parisian police finding a woman’s dead body, you know it’s not going to end well...

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Box Office Report: 'Zero Dark Thirty' Wins With $24 Mil; 'Haunted House' Beats 'Gangster Squad'

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The controversial film about the hunt for Osama bin Laden is among a handful of films seeing a boost after scoring an Oscar nomination for best picture; “Gangster Squad” falters despite its star-studded cast.

Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty killed the competition at the weekend box office, grossing a better-than-expected $24 million as it expanded nationwide aft...

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On Eve of Oscars, 'Zero Dark Thirty's' Jessica Chastain Is Finally Able to Relax (Video)

“Some people say I’m a workaholic, but I don’t think that’s what it is,” recounts the actress to THR. “I think I just love it so much and, for me, it doesn’t feel like work.”

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Conservative Media Complain About Michelle Obama's Oscars Surprise

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From Twitter to the airwaves, hosts express dismay at the mix of Hollywood and politics.

Conservative media wasted no time complaining about first lady Michelle Obama's presentation of the best picture Oscar during Sunday night's Academy Awards.

The criticism began almost immediately. NewsmanSteven Gregory of KFI-AM, a Los Angeles talk station that ...

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