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  1. Box Office: 'Hobbit' Ekes Past 'Wolf of Wall Street' on Busy Christmas

    9:59 am 12/26/2013

    UPDATED: Universal's "47 Ronin" comes in No. 6 with $7.1 million despite its $175 million budget, while Justin Bieber's concert doc "Believe" falls outside of the top 10 with $1.3 million.Read more

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  2. Open Road Promotes Elliott Kleinberg to COO, Re-Ups CFO Steven Andriuzzo

    12:05 pm 12/16/2013

    Kleinberg previously held the title of general counsel and executive vp operations and business affairs.Read more

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  3. Box Office: 'Frozen' Opens to Stellar $15.2 Million Wednesday; 'Catching Fire' Still No. 1

    8:21 am 11/28/2013

    UPDATED: The news isn't so good for Thanksgiving entries "Black Nativity" and Spike Lee's "Oldboy"; "The Book Thief" expands nicely nationwide.Read more

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  4. Open Road Extends CEO Tom Ortenberg's Contract Through 2018

    12:29 pm 10/9/2013

    The exec has headed up the distributor, founded by AMC and Regal, since 2011.Read more

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  5. Open Road Films Headed to Showtime in Multiyear Deal

    9:40 am 10/1/2013

    The film distributor's recent slate of releases includes "The Grey" and Steven Soderbergh's "Side Effects."Read more

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  6. Open Road Nabs U.S. Rights to the 3D Animated Film 'The Nut Job'

    8:45 am 4/11/2013

    The distributor also sets a January 2014 release date for the family film that features the voices of Liam Neeson, Katherine Heigl and Will Arnett.Read more

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  7. 'A Haunted House' Sequel Set by Open Road Films, IM Global

    10:47 am 4/8/2013

    Marlon Wayans again will co-write and star in the found-footage parody.Read more

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  8. Stephenie Meyer's 'The Host' Poster Debuts Online (Photo)

    4:04 pm 11/12/2012

    The film, adapted from the "Twilight" author’s 2008 novel, stars Saoirse Ronan as a girl living in a dystopian future in which aliens have taken over Earth.Read more

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  9. AFM: Indie Financing in the 'Dark Ages' of the Recession

    1:40 pm 11/2/2012

    A panel on finance at the American Film Market says the movie business has rebounded but things are never going to be the same, thanks to digital.Read more

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