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  1. Dirk Schweitzer Named Managing Director of Splendid Film

    2:54 am 3/19/2013

    Schweitzer joins the independent film group after stints at Tele-Munchen and RTL Television.Read more

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  2. 'Expendables' Stars Face Cold Winter at Box Office

    7:00 am 2/6/2013

    Sylvester Stallone's "Bullet to the Head" tanks after similar flops for Arnold Schwarzenegger's "Last Stand" and Jason Statham's "Parker."Read more

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  3. 'Expendables 2' Boosts Earnings at Germany's Splendid Medien

    3:13 am 11/14/2012

    The action hit starring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger helps lift sales at the German indie 50 percent in the third quarter.Read more

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  4. How to Sell a Violent Film After the Shooting

    9:00 am 7/25/2012

    It's full-speed ahead for the marketing campaigns of shoot-em-ups "Total Recall," "Expendables 2" and "Bourne Legacy" -- even as the nation recovers.Read more

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  5. Reelz Orders First Competition Reality Series, 'Race to the Scene'

    3:41 pm 7/24/2012

    Dolph Lundgren ("The Expendables") will host show that sends contestants to and from film locations.Read more

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  6. Germany’s Splendid Signs VOD Deal With Sony Entertainment Network

    3:25 am 7/6/2012

    Splendid titles, including “The Expendables” and “Gangs of New York,” will be available on devices such as Sony tablets and the PlayStation Portable.Read more

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  7. Sylvester Stallone Defeats Lawsuit Claiming 'The Expendables' Was Ripped Off

    4:18 pm 6/25/2012

    A judge grants the writer-director's motion to dismiss allegations he stole a copyrighted script to craft his 2010 action film.Read more

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  8. Hollywood Docket: 'Conan' v. Pirates; Justin Bieber v. Joustin' Beaver; 'Titanic' Idea Theft

    8:03 am 2/27/2012

    A roundup of entertainment & media law news, including the company that trademarked Jeremy Lin in 2010.Read more

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  9. Netflix Launches in the U.K. and Ireland With Hollywood Fare to Tempt Subscribers

    4:37 am 1/9/2012

    UPDATED: The streaming video service will take on Amazon.com's LoveFilm luring subscribers with film and TV hits such as "The Hobbit," "Breaking Bad" and "The Expendables" and cost 5.99 pounds a month in the U.K.Read more

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