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  1. Weinstein's 'Shanghai' Surprise: Movie Gets Release After Seven Years

    5:00 am 9/30/2015

    Well after they purchased the mystery-thriller, TWC is putting it in theaters. Why? They won't say, but producer Mike Medavoy is pleased: "I am rooting for it."Read more

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  2. 'Kingsman' Star Creates Tug-of-War Between Lionsgate and Fox

    5:00 am 9/30/2015

    Taron Egerton is signed up for the sequel to Matthew Vaughn's surprise hit and the lead in DiCaprio-produced 'Robin Hood: Origins,' which creates production overlap similar to what Jennifer Lawrence experienced with 'X-Men' and 'The Hunger Games.'Read more

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  3. Why Turner and WME Are Betting on E-Sports

    5:00 am 9/30/2015

    TBS will launch an e-sports league next year ('Counter-Strike: Global Offensive' competitions on Friday nights), while the talent agency adds professional gamers to its roster of stars and professional athletes: "This is going to be on par with the World Series of Poker," says one analyst.Read more

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  4. Matt Damon, George Clooney Share Stories at Jerry Weintraub's Memorial

    5:00 am 9/30/2015

    The legendary producer, who died of a heart attack at age 77, was remembered at Hollywood and Highland's Ray Dolby Theatre, followed by a dinner at Craig's. "It was … the right mixture of sincerity and insincerity, which is Jerry."Read more

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  5. Busan: Asia's Biggest Film Festival Tries to Overcome Hurdles

    5:00 am 9/28/2015

    Despite a censorship conflict over an anti-government doc (and slashed funding that followed), the event celebrates its 20th edition thanks to the help of some very powerful friends.Read more

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  6. Michael Moore Pushes Equal Rights Amendment With Meryl Streep

    10:00 am 9/25/2015

    While promoting his new film, 'Where to Invade Next,' at TIFF, the filmmaker tried to draw attention to the long-dormant ERA bill by highlighting its big-name supporters, including Patricia Arquette. "I believe change is a-coming in America," he tells THR.Read more

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  7. Ayahuasca, Hollywood's Hip, Heavy Hallucinogen: "It's Hardly What You Call Partying"

    9:00 am 9/25/2015

    Terrence Howard, Lindsay Lohan and Jim Carrey all have imbibed a tea from the Amazon (rain forest, not company) that also has made its way onscreen ('Wanderlust,' 'While We're Young'). Now, a critical mass of L.A.'s urban hippies are gathering in groups and projectile vomiting (and worse) on their way to enlightenment.Read more

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  8. Killer Films’ Co-Founders Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler on Lesbian Romance ‘Carol’ and Indie Resilience

    7:00 am 9/25/2015

    The producers have turned out Oscar winners like 'Boys Don't Cry' and 'Still Alice' and maintained daring survival instincts for 20 years: "We're like cockroaches after a nuclear blast. We do whatever it takes."Read more

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  9. Why Karl Lagerfeld Recently Rode the Subway

    6:00 am 9/25/2015

    Julie Delpy lured the Chanel guru to a place he hadn't been for years, much to his delight. "He was ready to spend the whole day there."Read more

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  10. Hollywood Flashback: In 1988, Donald Trump Nearly Bought Universal Studios

    12:00 pm 9/24/2015

    "Let's put it this way: If Donald Trump had bought MCA, it would have become a very different company," says then-president Sid Sheinberg.Read more

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