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ITV in Advanced Talks to Acquire 'The Voice' Producer Talpa
Dutch media entrepreneur John de Mol put the company on the auction block last year.
Discovery Fourth-Quarter Earnings, U.S. Ad Revenue Fall
The quarterly earnings at the cable networks company, led by CEO David Zaslav, drop below Wall Street expectations amid U.S. ratings challenges and foreign-exchange headwinds.
Sony Puts Film Unit, Music, Games at Center of Growth Strategy
CEO Kaz Hirai targets an operating profit of $4.2 billion by 2017 amid further reorganization.
Egyptian Mogul Plans to Buy Controlling Stake in Europe's Answer to CNN
The executive board of pan-European news network Euronews has approved Naguib Sawiris' $40 million bid for a 53 percent stake.
Oscars 2015: Studio Babelsberg Celebrates Four Wins for 'Grand Budapest Hotel'
Studio Babelsberg films have received a total of 40 Oscar nominations since 2002.
Why 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Failed to Hit the Mark in Japan
The local distributor discusses what effect the role the toned-down version, a lack of a huge book fan base and timing had on the release's box-office success in the country.
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- Sony in Transition: Big Changes Could Be Next
- 'Paddington' Props Up Vivendi's Annual Earnings
- Obama on Leonard Nimoy: "I Loved Spock"
- Stevie Wonder Owes Millions, Claims Ex-Lawyer's Widow
Stevie Wonder Owes Millions, Claims Ex-Lawyer's Widow
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'Anita Ho': Film Review
An unemployed screenwriter attempts to overcome the objections of his would-be fiancee's tradition-minded Chinese parents in Steve Myung's romantic comedy
'American Crime' and 'Secrets and Lies': TV Review
"American Crime" is a mystery entwined in issues of race, while "Secrets and Lies" centers on a murder investigation in a small town
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Filmmaker Liz Corfixen delivers a highly personal, behind-the-scenes account of her director husband's efforts making "Only God Forgives"
'Dragon Blade' ('Tian Jiang Xiong Shi'): Film Review
Jackie Chan and John Cusack play English-speaking warriors fighting a common enemy in China's western hinterlands more than two millenniums ago
'The Last Man on Earth': TV Review
One man realizes he is, indeed, the last man on Earth. He tries to have fun and keep hope alive.