Updated: Thursday, 14 Mar 2013, 9:09 AM EDT
Published : Thursday, 14 Mar 2013, 9:09 AM EDT
The Hollywood Reporter's list of its 10 best stories of the week:
THR RANKS HOLLYWOOD'S 25 MOST POWERFUL STYLISTS
With four separate covers featuring Jennifer Lopez, Taylor Swift, Zoe Saldana and Julianne Moore, The Hollywood Reporter's third annual Stylists Issue profiles the town's top tastemakers.
WHO QUALIFIES AS A HOLLYWOOD 'MOCKTRESS'?
Can you name the last movie starring Jessica Alba or Kate Bosworth? So why are they being paid so much to show up on the red carpet? How Hollywood's starlets are cashing in on their clotheshorse style.
SECRETS OF HOLLYWOOD'S BEST-DRESSED MALE AGENTS
Even mailroom trainees are taking their J.Crew apparel to their tailors with a simple request -- "Gucci me" -- as sharks like CAA's Bryan Lourd and WME's Ari Emanuel ditch the traditional dark suit for flashier styles.
THE 10 BEST-SELLING CELEBRITY PERFUMES
Elizabeth Taylor's White Diamonds has earned a cool $1 billion -- no wonder stars such as Derek Jeter, Sean Combs, Beyonce and Jennifer Lopez are banking on fragrance dollars.
'VERONICA MARS' MOVIE REACHES GOAL OF $2 MILLION ON KICKSTARTER
The money, raised in less than a day and still coming in, will be put toward making a film this summer for an early 2014 release.
ELECTION OF POPE FRANCIS I TAKES ARGENTINE MEDIA BY SURPRISE
Latin American outlets stress Jesuit Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio's austere, down-to-earth habits and social concerns.
ELECTION OF THE POPE: CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK
Cable news went all out in its coverage of the papal election, trumpeting the number of historic firsts represented by the appointment of Pope Francis I.
LESLIE MANN, 'GAME OF THRONES' STAR IN TALKS FOR FOX'S 'THE OTHER WOMAN'
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau will join Cameron Diaz in the cheating-husband comedy from Fox.
HOW KATIE COURIC, JIMMY KIMMEL AND 'GMA' ARE CHANGING TV'S BOOKING WARS
The pecking order changes as exclusivity feuds erupt -- even among the business news channels.
WARNER BROS. CLAIMS TOLKIEN ESTATE BREACHED 'HOBBIT' CONTRACT
The studio alleges that repudiation of online game rights not only cost it millions of dollars but also decreased exposure for "Hobbit" films.