The Hollywood Reporter's list of its 10 best stories of the week:
HOLLYWOOD DIVIDED ON GOOGLE GLASS
New wearable screens have theater owners considering a ban, while others see a new content play.
WARNER BROS. TV: THE NO. 1 STUDIO CHANGES CHANNELS
After Bruce Rosenblum's ouster, the industry analyzes (favorably) the new leadership by committee.
SUMMER BOX OFFICE PILE-UP: WHAT EACH STUDIO HAS AT STAKE
Jam-packed release calendars and executive intrigue make for an especially stressful blockbuster season as the $200 million gambles begin rolling out.
'X FACTOR' SAVES BIG BY REPLACING BRITNEY SPEARS
New judges Kelly Rowland and Paulina Rubio are slated to earn a far cry from the star's $15 million salary as they join Simon Cowell amid a steep ratings slide.
KEN JEONG: $5 MILLION FOR 'HANGOVER 3'
The actor and former doctor reveals how his career took off and remembers his audition with Todd Phillips: "I really improvised a lot. . I remember Todd saying, 'This guy is insane. I must hire him.'"
CONVICTED GIRLS GONE WILD MOGUL JOE FRANCIS BREAKS SILENCE: 'RETARDED' JURY 'SHOULD BE SHOT DEAD'
One day after being found guilty of falsely imprisoning three women in his Bel-Air home, the Girls Gone Wild founder rails against "retarded" jurors, Steve Wynn and his legions of "jealous critics."
HOW TO KEEP A CELEBRITY SEX TAPE OFF THE INTERNET
As Hulk Hogan's recent battles with Gawker prove, it's a lot harder to do than humiliated stars would hope.
FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA TO DIRECT ITALIAN-AMERICAN SAGA
The helmer is readying an untitled film that will chronicle an Italian-American family and span from the 1930s to the 1960s.
NETFLIX'S TED SARANDOS REVEALS HIS 'PHASE 2' FOR HOLLYWOOD
Algorithms, deep pockets and a disdain for the existing TV model as the chief content officer reveals why the agent who talked about its budgets was "remarkably ill-informed" and also discusses how Netflix is countering "the managed dissatisfaction . of the entire entertainment business."
POWER LAWYERS: THR UNVEILS AMERICA'S TOP 100 ENTERTAINMENT ATTORNEYS
From Ben Affleck's dealmaker to Keith Olbermann's (Republican) pit bull, The Hollywood Reporter's definitive list of the best in the business.