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  1. Lizzy Caplan in Talks for 'Now You See Me 2'

    1:59 pm 10/14/2014

    Jon M. Chu is directing the sequel to Summit's 2013 surprise hitRead more

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  2. Michael Caine: Daniel Radcliffe Playing My Son in 'Now You See Me 2'

    9:17 pm 10/2/2014

    Veteran actor lets slip the huge casting news Read more

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  3. 'Now You See Me 2,' 'Dirty Grandpa' Get Release Dates

    3:29 pm 9/9/2014

    The Summit sequel stars Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson and Jesse EisenbergRead more

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  4. eOne to Continue Distributing Lionsgate Movies in Canada and Spain

    7:49 am 9/3/2014

    The multiyear extension includes the next installments of "The Hunger Games" and "Divergent" franchisesRead more

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  5. Lionsgate Extends Summit Output Deal With Germany's Tele Munchen Group

    7:49 am 4/3/2014

    The multiyear deal gives TMG all rights to Summit titles for Germany and Austria.Read more

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  6. 'The Hobbit' Tops List of 2013's Most Pirated Movies

    4:54 am 12/31/2013

    The first installment of Peter Jackson's trilogy and Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" were both illegally downloaded more than 8 million times this past year.Read more

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  7. Best of 2013: 13 Big-Screen Reunions

    6:03 pm 12/30/2013

    From Julia Roberts and Dermot Mulroney to Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, the memorable co-stars who joined forces in new films this year.Read more

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  8. 'Now You See Me' Debuts Atop Home Video Charts

    4:13 pm 9/11/2013

    The Lionsgate film scores a rare triple-play win on the sales and rental charts.Read more

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  9. Lionsgate: 'Now You See Me' Sequel in the Works

    7:03 am 8/9/2013

    The mini-studio confirmed a second movie is being planned after international box office grosses for the summer sleeper hit surpassed its domestic take. Read more

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  10. Box Office Shocker: 'Now You See Me' Crosses $100 Million Overseas

    12:46 pm 8/7/2013

    Summit's $75 million magician heist pic has earned roughly $235 million worldwide, more than big-budget tentpoles "The Lone Ranger" and "White House Down." Read more

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