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  1. Rights Available! Golden Boy Space Cadet Leads Mission to Save Galaxy in New YA Novel

    9:00 am 5/6/2016

    Matthew Pearl's 'Into the Shadows,' along with Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman's 'The Andromeda Cycle,' are both ripe for optioning.Read more

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  2. Cannes: Hollywood's Fears Amid Warnings of Possible ISIS Attacks on Euro Beach Destinations

    6:45 am 5/6/2016

    "I’d be happy to see dogs roaming the lobby of the Carlton," says Sony Pictures Classics' Tom Bernard as the city calls on a former Israeli military commander, 200 armed police, undercover cops and the use of 500-plus security cameras to protect the 200,000 people who will attend the festival. Read more

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  3. The Other Side of Cannes: Muslim Community Fights Prejudice as Jihadi Cell Linked to City

    6:30 am 5/6/2016

    Six hundred meters from the Croisette lies a community of French Muslims who remained largely invisible until their mosque briefly became the unwitting base for one of the most dangerous terrorist cells in French history: Festivalgoers "have no idea of what's really going on here."Read more

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  4. Holy Social Security! Older Stars Are Cashing in on Superhero Movies

    5:30 am 5/6/2016

    Robert Redford, Glenn Close and William Hurt ('Captain America: Civil War') are among the AARP-age actors who can earn $4 million to bring gravitas to big-budget DC and Marvel pics. Read more

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  5. Jodie Foster Returns to Cannes With 'Money Monster': "I've Never Made a Movie Like This"

    5:00 am 5/6/2016

    Her 13-year-old self, who came to the festival to support 'Taxi Driver,' would be "really shocked" that she’s still in the film business, says the helmer as her biggest, buzziest effort yet debuts at the Palais.Read more

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  6. Cannes: Hollywood's Married Film Chiefs on Teaming With Amazon and Discovering Jennifer Lawrence

    11:00 am 5/5/2016

    Roadside Attractions' founders and co-presidents, Howard Cohen and Eric d'Arbeloff, sat down with THR ahead of the French film festival to discuss their key demographic, why premium VOD is a dumping ground and how a dinner resulted in getting Lawrence cast in 'Hunger Games.’Read more

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  7. Cannes Flashback: In 1977, Arnold Schwarzenegger Did Pec Jiggles on the Beach

    10:00 am 5/5/2016

    The 29-year-old Austrian bodybuilder descended on the Croisette to promote George Butler’s $190,000 documentary about weightlifters, 'Pumping Iron.' Recalls Butler: "Arnold suddenly became the subject of every conversation at the festival."Read more

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  8. Filming in the U.K.? Forget London: Everyone Is Shooting in the South of Wales

    9:00 am 5/5/2016

    'Doctor Who,' 'Sherlock' and 'The Huntsman: Winter's War' are taking advantage of the stunning landscape, skilled labor and yes, tax breaks of the hottest filming location just two hours outside of London. Read more

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  9. Marvel Studios' Origin Secrets Revealed by Mysterious Founder: History Was "Rewritten"

    7:55 am 5/5/2016

    With 'Angry Birds' headed to theaters, producer David Maisel spills all on how he played a key role in turning Marvel Studios into a global film power as, he says, an inventor of its sequels and quasi-sequels strategy and engineer of the Disney sale.Read more

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  10. How a Donald Trump Presidential Win Could Chill the Global Film Industry

    7:30 am 5/5/2016

    The Republican frontrunner's trade proposals and America-first rhetoric have international dealmakers on high alert. Says Mexico's national film chamber, Canacine: "We hope that for the good of Mexico and the good of the United States Trump does not become president."Read more

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