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  1. Japan's Studio Ghibli to Produce Its First TV Series

    12:27 am 2/3/2014

    The son of the anime studio's founder Hayao Miyazaki will direct "Ronja the Robber's Daughter," based on a Swedish children's book that was previously adapted for the big screen. Read more

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  2. 'The Simpsons' Pays Tribute to Hayao Miyazaki (Video)

    2:16 pm 1/10/2014

    This Sunday's episode will feature a sequence with Springfield versions of characters from the director's films.Read more

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  3. Studio Ghibli's Next Anime to Be 'When Marnie Was There'

    5:51 am 12/13/2013

    Set for a summer 2014 release, the adaptation of Joan G. Robinson's book will be directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi.Read more

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  4. 'The Wolverine' Opens at No. 3 at Japanese Box Office, Miyazaki Finally Falls From No. 1

    7:21 am 9/17/2013

    The big-screen version of a TV drama tops the weekend chart, with Ken Watanabe-starring "Unforgiven" remake bowing at No. 4.Read more

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  5. Retiring Miyazaki Enters Wide-Open Animation Oscar Race (Analysis)

    8:05 pm 9/11/2013

    In a year without a frontrunner, the decision of the 72-year-old Japanese anime master could give an edge to his 11th and final film, "The Wind Rises."Read more

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  6. Japan's Hayao Miyazaki Insists Decision to Retire Is Final

    6:25 am 9/6/2013

    The anime filmmaker is leaving the future of his production house Studio Ghibli in the hands of its young animators.Read more

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  7. Telluride: Hayao Miyazaki's Final Film 'The Wind Rises' Makes North American Debut

    11:07 pm 9/1/2013

    On the same day that the 72-year-old Japanese legend announced his retirement, festivalgoers clammored to catch his new animated biopic of Jiro Horikoshi.Read more

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  8. 'World War Z' Opens at No. 2 in Japan With Hayao Miyazaki Film Still on Top

    5:26 pm 8/12/2013

    "Monsters University" holds on to the third spot in its sixth weekend on the box office charts.Read more

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