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This story first appeared in the June 13 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. It isn't as if Ryan Murphy has a shortage of work, as he juggles running Fox's comedy contender Glee, wrapping a six-season run next year, and FX's miniseries entrant American Horror Story, set to enter its fourth season in the fall. Yet he was passionately driven to do what others -- including Barbra Streisand -- couldn't before him: successfully adapt Larry Kramer's autobiographical, Tony-winning AIDS play The Normal Heart for the screen. The HBO film premiered May 25 to rave reviews, with original-film Emmy buzz for its

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