The Hollywood Reporter's best of the week
- Article by: The Hollywood Reporter
- Associated Press
- January 17, 2013 - 11:16 AM
The Hollywood Reporter's list of its 10 best stories of the week:
SUNDANCE 2013: THE 10 MOST BUZZED-ABOUT FILMS
From the most anticipated titles to potential breakouts and must-see docs, everything buyers need to get shopping in Park City.
THR COVER: NICOLE KIDMAN ON SEX SCENES, SCIENTOLOGY AND SAYING NO TO STUDIOS
Now 45 and happily married, the star of Sundance horror movie "Stoker" proclaims: "My heart is independent."
`LINCOLN' GETS TWEAKED FOR OVERSEAS RELEASE
The world has heard of the 16th President but not about his role in ending slavery, as a Steven Spielberg preamble and custom footage hope to lure in foreign audiences.
`LINCOLN' SCORES SECOND `60 MINUTES' PIECE AS `ZERO DARK THIRTY' REBUFFED
CBS News' Bill Owens says the show was "pitched hard," but selling the Bin Laden manhunt as breaking news didn't fly: "It's not a documentary; it's a movie."
`ZERO DARK THIRTY'S' SURPRISING TOP 10 THEATERS - DESPITE DIANE FEINSTEIN
Despite Senator's slam, Bin Laden manhunt pic plays well in her backyard of Washington.
HOW TO FIX OSCAR'S BAFFLING SNUB OF BEN AFFLECK (ANALYSIS)
A write-in vote -- not used since the 1930s -- could add a mind-boggling twist to the most unpredictable Oscar race in memory.
4 WAYS OSCAR'S SETH MACFARLANE CAN OUT-FUNNY TINA FEY AND AMY POEHLER
The Globes hosts are a tough act to follow — but MacFarlane can still raise the bar if he follows this advice.
INSIDE TINA FEY AND AMY POEHLER'S PRIVATE GOLDEN GLOBES AFTER-PARTY
Louis C.K. and Damian Lewis praised their performance as 200 A-listers rubbed shoulders at L.A.'s Soho House.
TV'S $200 MILLION CHARLIE SHEEN EXPERIMENT
Meet the two men who are trying to change the business with "Anger Management" -- and make FX, Lionsgate and Sheen very rich in the process.
HOW LANCE ARMSTRONG'S OPRAH CONFESSION COULD LEAD TO HIS BANKRUPTCY (ANALYSIS)
Legal experts tell THR that the filing may be the only way to escape a tidal wave of millions of dollars in legal claims.
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