The Hollywood Reporter
The Hollywood Reporter's list of its 10 best stories of the week:
BILL CLINTON AND CASEY WASSERMAN REVEAL SECRETS OF THEIR FRIENDSHIP, PHILANTHROPIC BOND
Cover stars of The Hollywood Reporter's annual Philanthropy issue, the former president and the mega sports agent -- the latter of whom calls Clinton his philanthropic "mentor" and a "rock star" -- explain when they met, how their bond grew and the unique work they do fighting childhood obesity for the Clinton Foundation.
FORMER HOLLYWOOD EXEC: WHY I GAVE UP MY $1M SALARY TO MOVE TO CAMBODIA
What Sony's Scott Neeson saw during a visit to a garbage dump outside Phnom Penh changed his life and inspired him to quit, move and launch the Cambodian Children's Fund; now benefactor Sumner Redstone reveals in THR's Philanthropy issue that he is giving a new gift of $480,000.
HOW HARVEY WEINSTEIN, OBAMA AND CLINTON NEARLY STAGED A LED ZEPPELIN REUNION
The film mogul almost succeeded in getting the estranged trio back together for the 12-12-12 concert benefiting Hurricane Sandy victims, but Jimmy Page nixed it: "He's got a lawyer who's Satan or something like that," jokes Weinstein in THR's Philanthropy issue.
HOW RYAN SEACREST IS CREATING MINI-MES ACROSS THE COUNTRY
Through his foundation, the ubiquitous TV and radio personality has teamed with stars like Selena Gomez to give sick kids the chance to learn the ins and outs of broadcasting. "They would get bored essentially being in their beds," Seacrest says in THR's Philanthropy issue.
ROBIN WRIGHT: WHAT LED ME TO THE "MOST DANGEROUS PLACE TO BE A WOMAN"
It could be the plot of a horrific thriller -- but it's not: After learning about ruthless warlords in the Congo who have created a reign of sexual violence, the "House of Cards" actress explains why she decided to take a stand in THR's Philanthropy issue.
5 WAYS TO FIX THE SUMMER MOVIE BOX OFFICE CRISIS
Fewer animated pics? More for women? "R.I.P.D." adds to the body count as studios begin to question the megabudget strategy -- says one analyst, "they may pull back a bit."
TCA: BURNING QUESTIONS FOR TV'S TOP EXECS
Each of the Big 4 chiefs will have some explaining to do as they meet with television critics from July 24-Aug. 7. "American Idol"? Shrinking viewership? Dumping Leno?
THE LOST PROMISE OF CORY MONTEITH (EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS)
In the wake of the actor's tragic death, four images from the first photographer to shoot the star.
BEYONCE SCRAPS 50 SONGS AMID ENDLESS ALBUM DELAY
The diva, under self-management, starts fresh on a record Sony-owned Columbia wanted to drop this fall opposite Lady Gaga and Katy Perry -- with no release date in sight.
FOX SPORTS EXECS REVEAL STRATEGY TO TAKE ON ESPN (Q&A)
Co-presidents Randy Freer and Eric Shanks talk to THR about DVR-proof programming, the rising costs of sports rights and the big-ticket names their new network, Fox Sports 1, will put on camera.
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