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  1. EditFest L.A.: 'Ant-Man' Editors, 'Roger Rabbit' Oscar Winner Join Lineup

    2:13 pm 7/13/2015

    The day includes panels on cutting comic book movies, "red carpet" films and a featured conversation with veteran editor Arthur Schmidt.Read more

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  2. Comcast CEO Brian Roberts Talks Up Cloud Technology and Voice Remotes

    7:26 am 5/13/2015

    The executive also says 'Furious 7' is the most popular movie in China, and Universal's upcoming theme park there will feature a ride based on the film.Read more

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  3. 'Citizen' ('Obywatel'): Film Review

    4:07 pm 5/5/2015

    Polish cinema veteran Jerzy Stuhr revisits six decades of post-war history in his latest autobiographical comedyRead more

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  4. Recount! Oscar Voters Today Would Make 'Brokeback Mountain' Best Picture Over 'Crash'

    11:00 am 2/18/2015

    Even the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences makes mistakes from time to time. THR polled hundreds of Academy members and asked them to recast their ballots in historic races, a referendum on what films have stood the test of time.Read more

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  5. Sherry Lansing Biography to Be Written by Hollywood Reporter's Stephen Galloway

    8:00 am 10/1/2014

    THR's veteran writer will pen the untitled tome, due in 2016 on Crown ArchetypeRead more

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  6. 'Forrest Gump' to Get Imax Rerelease

    8:24 pm 6/5/2014

    The release celebrates the 20th anniversary of the best picture-winning Tom Hanks film.Read more

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  7. Amazon.com Records Lackluster Quarter

    4:30 pm 7/26/2012

    CEO Jeff Bezos calls Amazon Prime, which includes free movies and TV shows, "the best bargain in the history of shopping."Read more

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  8. 'Bambi,' 'Forrest Gump' Added to National Film Registry

    2:07 pm 12/27/2011

    "The Lost Weekend," "The Silence of the Lambs," "The War of the Worlds" and "Stand and Deliver" are also among the latest 25 films to be preserved by the Library of Congress.Read more

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