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  1. E. Roger Mitchell Cast as Chaff in 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'

    9:23 am 8/10/2012

    He will play a tribute from District 11, who is a past winner of the Hunger Games and will compete in the Quarter Quell. Read more

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  2. Lionsgate: 'Anger Management' Poised for 90-Episode Order From FX

    6:57 am 8/10/2012

    The mini-studio anticipates supplying the U.S. channel with about 40 episodes a year, with production on the Charlie Sheen comedy expected to restart in September. Read more

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  3. Lionsgate's Patrick Wachsberger Buys Malibu House for $4.37 Million (Exclusive)

    3:51 pm 8/9/2012

    The three-bedroom residence is located in the gated Malibu Cove Colony community.Read more

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  4. GSN Orders Barter System Series 'Family Trade'

    2:45 pm 8/9/2012

    The original series will explore the barter system employed by G-Stone Motors, a GMC and Ford dealership who will trade a car or truck for anything from pigs to hot air balloons and more.Read more

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  5. Lionsgate Swings to First-Quarter Loss Despite 'Hunger Games' Box Office

    12:58 pm 8/9/2012

    Despite sharply higher revenue due to the North American box-office performance of its teen tentpole, the mini-major lost $44.2 million during the latest frame. Read more

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  6. Alan Ritchson to Play Gloss in 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'

    9:25 am 8/9/2012

    The "Blue Mountain State" star is the latest to join the ensemble cast for the Lionsgate sequel, as he performs the role of a former Career tribute. Read more

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  7. Meta Golding Joins 'Hunger Games' Sequel 'Catching Fire'

    9:17 am 8/7/2012

    The "Criminal Minds" star will play Enobaria, a former career tribute from District 2 known for the brutal manner in which she won the competition.Read more

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  8. 'Mad Men': January Jones, Vincent Kartheiser, Elisabeth Moss Nearing 2-Year Deals

    7:36 pm 8/1/2012

    Christina Hendricks also is in talks to remain on AMC's Emmy-winning drama for two more seasons.Read more

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  9. Lionsgate Execs Reap 'Hunger Games' Bonuses But Overall Pay Drops

    1:53 pm 7/30/2012

    Timing of stock grants meant Jon Feltheimer received less overall pay in 2012 than in the previous year, despite engineering the blockbuster franchise rollout and Summit Entertainment takeover.Read more

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  10. Analyst: Likely FX Pick-up of More 'Anger Management' A Boon for Lionsgate

    2:29 am 7/30/2012

    Evercore's Alan Gould says the Charlie Sheen show's profit for producer Lionsgate could multiply to $200 million.Read more

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