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  1. Mixed sales bag at Toronto fest

    5:00 am 9/14/2007

    A generally lackluster week of sales at the Toronto International Film Festival drew near a close Wednesday with the purchase of a film that hasn't even begun shooting (HR 9/13).Read more

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  2. Potter Warners' franchise player

    5:00 am 9/14/2007

    Warner Bros. Pictures said that the five "Harry Potter" movies had grossed $4.47 billion worldwide through Monday, surpassing the boxoffice generated by the 22 James Bond movies. That gives the Burbank studio bragging rights for the most lucrative film franchise ever — with two "Potter" films to come (HR 9/11).Read more

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  3. Penn, Damon get Van Sant film on track

    5:00 am 9/14/2007

    Sean Penn is attached to play openly gay '70s politician Harvey Milk and Matt Damon is on board to play his killer, Dan White, in Gus Van Sant's long-gestating Milk biopic.Read more

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  4. End game looms for Microsoft, EU

    5:00 am 9/14/2007

    A European court is set to rule Monday on the monumental nine-year battle between Microsoft and European Union regulators. It's a ruling that could affect the entire software industry's future.Read more

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  5. TV-friendly gaming league won't make it to next level

    5:00 am 9/14/2007

    The World Series of Video Games, a league that aired on numerous TV networks in recent years, most recently CBS, was abruptly closed down Thursday by its parent company, Games Media Properties.Read more

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  6. NL appoints Hamada as sr. vp prod'n

    5:00 am 9/14/2007

    Walter Hamada, previously a partner at management and production firm H2F Entertainment, has joined New Line Cinema as senior vp production.Read more

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  7. Play that traveling music

    5:00 am 9/14/2007

    Sony BMG Entertainment has checked in to an exclusive partnership with Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide to develop branded music- and entertainment-based programming for hotels under the Starwood banner.Read more

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  8. Agreeing to disagree at Toronto

    5:00 am 9/14/2007

    Toronto — A critic's reaction to a film festival is akin to the old story about the five blind men who all touch an elephant and report wildly different descriptions of what the animal must look like based on the particular body part encountered.Read more

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  9. NBC shifts sales pitchers

    5:00 am 9/14/2007

    NBC Universal has revamped its sales structure, naming Marianne Gambelli president of ad sales at NBC Network amid other appointments.Read more

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  10. Sides line up quickly over Canada TV report

    5:00 am 9/14/2007

    Canadian actors on Thursday applauded a landmark report that urges a reduction in the number of U.S. shows on the domestic airwaves.Read more

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