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  1. 'Runner Runner': Gambling Groups Use Ben Affleck Film to Push for Online Supervision (Report)

    2:55 pm 8/23/2013

    Trade organizations say the movie, which also stars Justin Timberlake, demonstrates the risks of a poorly regulated market.Read more

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  2. 'The Book Thief' Trailer Explores Power of Words and Family in Nazi Germany (Video)

    10:30 am 8/21/2013

    Geoffrey Rush and Emily Watson star in the movie adaptation of the best-selling novel.Read more

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  3. New HBO 'Luck' Court Filing Claims Rampant Hollywood Animal Abuse

    11:44 am 8/6/2013

    An amended lawsuit comes with graphic pictures and allegations against "Life of Pi," "The Hobbit" and Steven Spielberg.Read more

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  4. Fox Film Executive Phil Provenzale Dies at 61

    1:44 pm 8/5/2013

    The international senior vp spent 16 years at the studio following a stint at Carolco Pictures.Read more

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  5. 'X-Men: Days of Future Past': Peter Dinklage Villain, Sentinels Revealed (Video)

    4:51 pm 7/30/2013

    A newly launched website for Trask Industries rewrites American history with the mutant-hunting robots at the forefront. Read more

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  6. How Many Movies Can You Spin Out of 'X-Men'?

    3:09 pm 7/30/2013

    Mark Millar, comic book writer and consultant for 20th Century Fox's 'X-Men' movies, believes that the studio has up to 10 'golden franchises' up its sleeve.Read more

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  7. Millar, Wadlow Tease 'X-Force' Details

    12:04 pm 7/25/2013

    Just how big will Fox's second team of Marvel Comics' mutants be? Creative consultant (and Kick-Ass creator) Mark Millar may have spilled the beans in a recent interview.Read more

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  8. Box Office Preview: 'Wolverine' Sharpening Claws for $65 Million North American Debut

    9:55 am 7/25/2013

    UPDATE: Hugh Jackman returns in the title role, with James Mangold directing; Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine" and CBS Films' "The To Do List" open at the specialty box office, while "Fruitvale Station" and "The Way, Way Back" expand nationwide.Read more

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