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  1. 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' Simians Stage Uprising Over Carmageddon (Video)

    6:32 pm 7/14/2011

    A viral video promoting Fox's upcoming event pic hits the web.Read more

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  2. Frankenstein Coming to Life for Fox

    4:13 pm 6/22/2011

    Max Landis set to pen script for Fox and producer John Davis.Read more

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  3. Colton Harris-Moore, AKA The 'Barefoot Bandit,' Pleads Away Movie Profits

    10:35 pm 6/18/2011

    Any profits from his crimes will go toward paying off his victims.Read more

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  4. CHCH Lands James Cameron's 'Avatar' For Fall 2011

    11:22 am 6/8/2011

    James Cameron grew up in southern Ontario, so local TV station CHCH has grabbed his sci-fi epic "Avatar" from Fox Studios for a Canadian free TV bow. Read more

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  5. 'X-Men: First Class': How the Reboot Stacks Up Against Other Franchises

    1:22 pm 6/5/2011

    The movie may not have matched the last three ‘X-Men’ pics, but Fox says 'First Class' is a great student.Read more

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  6. 20th Century Fox Launching In-House Writers Studio

    3:21 pm 4/25/2011

    The studio, dedicated to the development of emerging writers, new voices and original concepts, will be run by Nicholas Weinstock and Steve Tzirlin.Read more

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  7. U.K. 'X-Men: First Class' Poster (Pic)

    3:32 pm 4/19/2011

    People are really digging this new, United Kingdom-only poster of the "X-Men" movie, which hits North American shores June 3.Read more

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  8. Cineplex Adds Fox Movie Titles to Online Store

    6:27 am 4/18/2011

    Canadian exhibition giant signs distribution deal with Hollywood studio to sell movie titles online. Read more

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  9. 20th Century Fox Renews Cinram Supply Deal

    1:55 pm 4/14/2011

    Canadian replicator will continue to supply the studio in North America and Europe. Read more

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  10. Fox Defends Premium VOD Plans

    5:52 am 4/4/2011

    Jim Gianopulos, co-chairman of Fox Filmed Entertainment, says early in-home releases will focus on underperforming films, like "127 Hours" - which earned James Franco an Oscar nod, but only grossed $18.3 million in theaters.Read more

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