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Articles from Variety (December 17, 2013)

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$209m. Brief article 112
'Anchorman' sequel good news for Ferrell fans. Foundas, Scott Movie review 1034
'Her' premiere: DGA, Los Angeles, Dec. 12. Brief article 105
'Psycho' doesn't cut deep. Benedict, David Movie review 884
'Saving Mr. Banks' screening: Walt Disney studios, Burbank, Dec. 9. Brief article 107
10 Directors to watch. 3100
90 years of Disney animation: Walt Disney studios, Burbank, Dec. 10. Brief article 102
A life and career carried out on a grand scale: his offscreen carousing was legendary but it never overshadowed his work. Foundas, Scott In memoriam 683
After his electric debut, O'Toole continued to surprise. In memoriam 471
Andrew Scott: busy Irish actor has made the most of his 'Sherlock' role: now he's eyeing the next good script. Horst, Carole 402
Arabs wowed by American's oud talent: singer Jennifer Grout creates sensation on MBC's Middle Eastern reality show as millions tune in. Vivarelli, Nick Brief article 254
Attack of the subtitled zombies: cable nets, streaming services discover that viewers are willing to read if the shows are compelling. Saperstein, Pat 632
Beyonce bewitches internet: surprise digital album gathers buzz sans marketing campaign. Brief article 149
Big media net vet joins up with the little guy: Greg Clayman aims to move Vimeo out from under YouTube's shadow. Spangler, Todd 658
Bollywood goes south: Indian majors help Hollywood mine lucrative markets beyond Hindi-language pics. Ramachandran, Naman 591
Busy composer enjoys working a bit off-center: Jeanine Tesori works up a trio of decidedly different projects even as she serves as an Encores a.d. Cox, Gordon 670
Chiwetel Ejiofor was Hollywood's best-kept secret for years. Now, thanks to his star turn in '12 Years a Slave,' the acclaim is unbound. Riley, Jenelle 2365
Closer to the Moon. Scheib, Ronnie Movie review 124
Desert Festival Blooms: Bono's brainchild celebrates 25th. Saval, Malina 1479
Doha's latest film event revels in diversity: a strong mix of foreign helmets tells tales of teens, tweens and tots at Ajyal Youth Festival. Kamin, Debra 446
Editors' letter. Eller, Claudia; Littleton, Cynthia; Wallenstein, Andrew Editorial 327
Farhadi finds the universal truths revealed in everyday life: "The Past" examines cross-cultural relationships and the societal gulf between men and women. Chagollan, Steve 717
Film box office grosses: (Dec. 13-15, 2013). 1011
Getting whiplash from Sony spin: the studio brings on new execs and production deals even as it tells investors of film cutbacks. Bart, Peter 627
Has Jackson discovered trilogies' template? Cohen, David S. 379
Helmer's heroes are writ large: Peter Berg appreciates the autonomy he got in telling story of special ops mission gone bad. Foundas, Scott 669
His vision. Ridej, N.S.; Horne, Ellison 147
In building its movie biz, Ecuador plays by the script: amid a pic boom, film festival bows programs that include a filmwriting lab in order to nurture local talent. De La Fuente, Anna Marie 528
It's a man's world. Koerner, Todd; Jenny; Lesley; Philippou-Curtis, Katerina 484
It's about time for social media to buzz off: listening to consumer sentiment is getting easier, but that's a mixed blessing. Wallenstein, Andrew 645
Joan Fontaine. Brief article 142
John Lee Hancock's singular signature: director again plumbs family relationships in 'Saving Mr. Banks'. Barker, Andrew Movie review 715
Jonah Hill climbs a mountain hanging out in 'wolf' den with Scorsese and DiCaprio. Barker, Andrew 708
Malina Saval named associate editor. Brief article 102
Never out of juice. Graser, Marc 406
Northern exposure: global visions of Canuck Helmers showcase in sun. Horst, Carole 1630
Opening act. Weissberg, Jay Movie review 138
Pioneer spirit: Turkey's Kanal D turns 20 in volatile market mastered by topper Irfan Sahin. Carney, Josh 789
Races clearer, or murkier? The Golden Globes feted '12 Years a Slave' and 'American Hustle' with seven nominations each, but 'Rush,' 'Philomena,' 'Mandela: The Long Walk to Freedom' and 'Labor Day' all scored more than expected, while 'Lee Daniels' The Butler,' 'Lone Survivor' and 'Fruitvale Station' were shut out. Barker, Andrew; Horst, Carole 1626
Schizo year included seeds of change: box office saw big successes, big failures and a glimmer of tolerance between studios and exhibitors. Stewart, Andrew 969
School helps kids with autism find their niche: crew from Exceptional Minds did labor-intensive post-production work on Sony's 'American Hustle'. Khatchatourian, Maane 590
Shado'man. Debruge, Peter Movie review 112
Sweet smell of excess: smaller films, and the true merits of larger ones, get lost amid Oscar buzz that drowns out all else. Gray, Tim 1320
Taking Stock of Scorsese's 'Street'. Foundas, Scott; Chang, Justin; Debruge, Peter Movie review 1656
The (curious case of the) Watson intelligence. Stasio, Marilyn Movie review 116
The death of a friend puts life into perspective: Milt Olin always knew what the game was about, whether working for A&M or Napster. Lefsetz, Bob In memoriam 693
The well. Weissberg, Jay Movie review 106
Tom Laughlin. Brief article 212
TV biz needs these gifts that will keep on giving: here are a handful of things that execs and creatives should want for the holidays. Littleton, Cynthia 629
TV ratings: projected top primetime shows for week 12 (Dec. 9-15, 2013). Brief article 165
Tyler Perry's a Madea Christmas. Barker, Andrew Movie review 153
Vampire thriller gets it 'right'. Benedict, David Movie review 686
WWE goes to the mat over new rights pacts: prolific wrestling brand aims to make a sports-league-sized splash by shopping all its shows at once. Graser, Marc 778

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