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  1. The success of the 'Saw' franchise

    5:17 pm 10/16/2008

    VIDEO: What the horror industry can learn from this series of films.Read more

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  2. Back Stage unveils national edition

    5:10 pm 10/16/2008

    The actor's resource Back Stage has launched a national edition of its weekly print publication.Read more

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  3. 'Thomas' makes new friends in China

    5:03 pm 10/16/2008

    SHANGHAI -- Four seasons of British children's TV series "Thomas and Friends" will debut on China Central Television this year, paving the way for tie-in storybooks and toys, according to producer and franchise owner HIT Entertainment.Read more

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  4. Holly Bario, Mark Sourian to head DreamWorks

    5:02 pm 10/16/2008

    As the new, post-Paramount DreamWorks continues to come into focus, Holly Bario and Mark Sourian have been named co-presidents of production.Read more

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  5. Some skipped ShowEast

    5:00 pm 10/16/2008

    The theatrical business may be recession-resistant, but it's hardly impervious to economic vagaries.Read more

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  6. MIPCOM sweats a stock meltdown, again

    4:56 pm 10/16/2008

    So much has visibly changed since Black Monday in 1987 and, well, some other things haven't, writes Elizabeth Guider.Read more

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  7. Canwest OKs quartet of pilots

    4:54 pm 10/16/2008

    The latest round of homegrown pilot orders from Canwest Broadcasting includes a drama about an addiction counselor facing a breakdown and one about a police forensic team borne of one man's multiple-personality disorder.Read more

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  8. Film Review: Max Payne

    4:47 pm 10/16/2008

    This film is a banal revenge melodrama-cum-detective story, but fans of the video game on which it is based should not be alarmed.Read more

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  9. Longtime game show host Jack Narz dies

    4:44 pm 10/16/2008

    Jack Narz, a longtime game show host who was an early victim of the quiz show scandals of the 1950s when a show he was hosting was canceled, has died. He was 85.Read more

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  10. Commentary: MIPCOM sweats a stock meltdown, again

    4:30 pm 10/16/2008

    So much has visibly changed since Black Monday in 1987 and, well, some other things haven't, writes ELIZABETH GUIDER.Read more

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