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This story first appeared in the Feb. 12 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe. star Anthony Anderson will be returning for his third tour of duty as host of the NAACP's Image Awards, but this year will be a little different. For one thing, the 45-year-old actor won't be able to crack self-deprecating jokes about never winning one himself (last year he finally took home a trophy for outstanding actor for his ABC comedy). For another, there's never been a more opportune time for an awards show...

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The Sundance abortion documentary has nabbed a distribution deal from Ro*Co Films, Abramorama, Film Sprout and Independent Lens, it was announced Friday. Dawn Porter's follows the struggles of the clinic workers and lawyers who are on the front lines of a battle to keep abortion safe and legal for millions of American women. The film was awarded the U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Social Impact Filmmaking at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. The distributors will handle different venues, with Abramorama...

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Michael Moore revealed Thursday that he's come down with pneumonia and the disease is so bad he's currently in the Intensive Care Unit at a New York City hospital. The filmmaker's hospitalization comes roughly a week before the release of his new documentary, Where to Invade Next, which got an Oscar-qualifying run in December before a wide release set for Feb. 12. Moore provided a quick health update on Twitter on Thursday morning. Between bustin' it 4 my movie opening next wk, plus in out of Flint, plus Election work, I find myself today in an ICU w/ pneumonia. #iKnow -...

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The latest film by the Coen brothers, the Hollywood-set comedy Hail, Caesar!, tapped its way to $543,000 Thursday night after shows began at 7 p.m. Sony's mash-up scared up $300,000 from 2,286 locations while the Nicholas Sparks' film adaptation took in $290,000 in previews. Hail, Caesar! stars George Clooney as a 1950s Hollywood star who's kidnapped from set and held for ransom. A Hollywood fixer (Josh...

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Lionsgate plans a movie reboot as part of a development deal with CBS. 21 Jump Street's Neal Moritz and original creator Lee David Zlotoff will produce the reimagining for Lionsgate, the studio announced Friday morning during an analyst call. The movie reboot is part of a development partnership with CBS as that network plans its own TV pilot adaptation to come from scribe Paul Downs Colaizzo, with Henry Winkler executive producing. The development deal will see CBS take the lead...

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