The Hollywood Reporter’s list of its 10 best stories of the week:
AL GORE ASKS HOLLYWOOD FOR MORE CLIMATE CHANGE STORYLINES
The former vice president and face of “An Inconvenient Truth” fears global warming is slipping off the radar.
THR COVER: THE ANGSTY EXISTENCE OF JUDD APATOW
The writer and director of “This Is 40” on his childhood issues, therapy and how he’s gotten over being angry: “I would get so out of control.”
PBS’ `FRONTLINE,’ ESPN’S `OUTSIDE THE LINES’ LAUNCH CONCUSSION TRACKER
The database tracks weekly concussions sustained by players and lets users report big hits and possible injuries.
HOW TO SELL `ZERO DARK THIRTY’S’ TORTURE
Graphic interrogation scenes, including waterboarding, complicate efforts to open Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal’s thriller in overseas territories.
ANALYSIS: WHY STUDIOS DON’T PAY TO MAKE MOVIES ANYMORE
Fewer films, framed-out risk, less cachet — why Hollywood now operates under dramatically different rules.