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  1. 'Spidey 3' toys give Marvel little fun in Q2

    5:00 am 8/8/2007

    Shares of Marvel Entertainment fell close to a low it set exactly a year ago after the superhero powerhouse reported higher second-quarter financials that fell below Wall Street expectations . Licensing revenue has continued to benefit from "Spider-Man 3" merchandise.Read more

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  2. Church set to join Par Murphy pic

    5:00 am 8/8/2007

    Thomas Haden Church is in final negotiations to star opposite Eddie Murphy in the Paramount Pictures comedy "NowhereLand."Read more

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  3. TNT 'Company' bow less than firm

    5:00 am 8/8/2007

    TNT's "The Company" got off to a slow start Sunday night. The CIA-themed miniseries, starring Chris O'Donnell, Michael Keaton and Alfred Molina, averaged 2.9 million total viewers.Read more

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  4. It's Bourne again ... but this time as a video game

    5:00 am 8/8/2007

    Oddly enough, with "The Bourne Ultimatum's" record August opening, there's no Bourne game in sight, PAUL HYMAN writes. At least not this year. And the one that Vivendi Games has up its sleeve for a mid-year 2008 release, left, is no "movie game," its developers insist.Read more

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  5. Digest: Virgin delay; Playboy gains

    5:00 am 8/8/2007

    As expected, turmoil in the debt markets has forced British cable operator Virgin Media to indefinitely postpone its planned $11 billion sale in a leveraged buyout deal, the company said Tuesday.Read more

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  6. Wall St. ends higher after Fed comments

    5:00 am 8/8/2007

    Stocks closed higher Tuesday, as the Federal Reserve said it still saw moderate economic growth ahead even though credit conditions have tightened for some consumers and businesses.Read more

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  7. No cooling off in Fox's 'Kitchen'

    5:00 am 8/8/2007

    "Hell's Kitchen" kept burning for Fox, giving it another weekly win in the adults 18-49 demographic, while CBS won another summer week in viewership, Nielsen Media Research said Tuesday.Read more

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  8. Cronenberg's 'Promises' to open San Seb

    5:00 am 8/8/2007

    A pair of thrillers from two internationally acclaimed directors -- "Eastern Promises" from David Cronenberg, left, and "Flawless" from Michael Radford -- will bookend the San Sebastian International Film Festival. (Getty Images photo)Read more

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  9. Warner Home Video's '300' a hot high-def seller

    5:00 am 8/8/2007

    Warner Home Video on Tuesday announced it had sold through to consumers more than 250,000 high-def disc copies of the epic actioner "300," which was released on both next-generation formats July 31, the same day as the standard DVD.Read more

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  10. Allen's reps say U.S. shows will go on

    5:00 am 8/8/2007

    Representatives for Lily Allen have played down reports claiming the British pop star had her U.S. visa canceled after being detained at a Los Angeles airport.Read more

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