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  1. 'Grand Budapest Hotel,' 'Monuments Men' Boost Studio Babelsberg Figures

    7:42 am 5/23/2014

    The next big feature to shoot in Babelsberg will be “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -– Part 2."Read more

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  2. Oscars: First-Ever Concert to Feature Nominated Scores and Songs

    11:29 am 2/13/2014

    William Butler, Owen Pallett, Alexandre Desplat, Thomas Newman, Steven Price and John Williams will direct their compositions, while Jill Scott will perform "Happy."Read more

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  3. Mediaset Spain to Broadcast Oscar Contenders

    8:13 am 1/17/2014

    Spain's most profitable channel acquired broadcast rights for "American Hustle," "Philomena," "Frozen" and other Oscar-nominated hits.Read more

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  4. Oscar Nominations: Meryl Streep, John Williams Add to Record-Breaking Tally

    9:02 am 1/16/2014

    Judi Dench, Cate Blanchett and Julia Roberts are also among the 2014 nominees who have received Academy attention in the past.Read more

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  5. Box Office: 'Catching Fire,' 'Frozen' Making Thanksgiving History

    7:51 am 11/29/2013

    UPDATED: The pair of films will each rake in more money than any previous holiday title, not accounting for inflation; Spike Lee's "Oldboy" bombing.Read more

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  6. 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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  7. 'The Book Thief' Featurette: Brian Percival

    12:32 pm 11/25/2013

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  8. 'The Book Thief' Featurette: Sophie Nelisse

    11:51 am 11/25/2013

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  9. Oscars: Scott Feinberg Sizes Up the Best Picture Race (Analysis)

    10:00 am 11/18/2013

    The films in the awards-season hunt include Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine," Matthew McConaughey's "Dallas Buyers Club," Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity" and Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave." Does anyone have an edge? Read more

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