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.
FIRST BATMOBILE COULD FETCH MILLIONS AT AUCTION
Built for the 1960s ABC show, the modified Ford Futura goes on the block in January.
`HOMELAND'S' ABU NAZIR WEARS CHRISTMAS SWEATER, WANTS TO DO COMEDY
Actor Navid Negahban, who played the terrorist on the hit series, tells THR he's pushing the network for a role on "Shameless" and wouldn't mind "House of Lies."
TV'S UNFUNNY FALL: WHY ARE COMEDIES FLOPPING?
With "Go On" the only "hit" of the freshman crop, new sitcom blocks are tanking and hyped first-year series are pulling anemic numbers -- and those are the shows that are still on the air.
AZIZ ANSARI REVEALED AS VOICE BEHIND POPULAR `HOMELAND' TWITTER PARODY
The "Parks and Recreation" star's bogus account, SergeantBrody, amassed more than 28,000 followers before the comedian accidentally unmasked himself by posting a tweet to his personal feed.
ANALYSIS: HOW THE NHL'S LOCKOUT HURTS NBC
The work stoppage, which comes on the heels of the L.A. Kings' first championship, has chilled momentum at the network's sports group.