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See Bradley Cooper Play a Reluctant Hero in New 'American Sniper' Clip (Exclusive)

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American Sniper is not off to the sort of start that Warner Bros. wanted for its principal Oscar hopeful this season — after landing a spot on the AFI's year-end top 10 list, it was completely excluded from the SAG and Golden Globe nominations and recognized only in the action movie categories of the Critics' Choice noms — but Oscar nomination voting doesn't begin until Dec. 29, and there is still time for Academy members to catch up with and/or come around on Clint Eastwood's drama about the deadliest American sniper of the Iraq War, Chris Kyle, who is

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- Scott Feinberg

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Could Sony Have Released 'The Interview' If It Wanted?

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Although Sony Pictures continues to point the finger at theater owners for its decision to cancel The Interview’s Dec. 25 release, there were alternative distribution strategies, like the type of platform release the studio used for 2012’s Zero Dark Thirty, that the studio could have used, sources familiar with the situation tell The Hollywood Reporter.  While the country’s largest theater circuits — Regal Entertainment, AMC Entertainment, Cinemark and Carmike — separately all decided by Dec. 17 not to show the film, following the escalating threats of violence issued by the hackers, there were other theaters, like the Austin, Texas-based Alamo

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- Gregg Kilday

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Sony Hires 'Scandal' Crisis Specialist

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Sony has hired crisis management expert Judy Smith — the inspiration for Kerry Washington's Scandal character, Olivia Pope — to help advise Amy Pascal and the studio on its message and next steps, THR has confirmed. On Friday, after President Obama criticized Sony for its decision to cancel The Interview's release, Sony issued a statement elaborating on their choice to pull The Interview from theaters after the nation's largest theater chains decided not to screen the film. "The decision not to move forward with the December 25 theatrical release of The Interview was made as a result of the majority of the

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- Rebecca Ford

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'Late Late Show' Finale: Craig Ferguson Gets Quirky Sendoff From Jay Leno

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Craig Ferguson said goodbye to The Late Late Show with a little help from guest Jay Leno and a few dozen other stars. The opening features a star-filled video of Ferguson singing "Bang Your Drum" by Dead Man Falls, with a little help from Samuel L. JacksonJeff Daniels, Steve Carell, Quentin Tarantino, Lisa Kudrow, Marion Cotillard, Betty WhiteRegis Philbin and many more. CBS has released videos from the show, which airs at 12:35 p.m. In his final opening monologue, Ferguson — who became a U.S. citizen during his tenure as host — says becoming a member of a nation was the most

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- Aaron Couch

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