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  1. Summit Shake-Up: Marketing Group Trimmed Upon Nancy Kirkpatrick's Exit (Exclusive)

    8:48 pm 5/1/2014

    Three executives are leaving along with Kirkpatrick, whose resignation took effect Wednesday. Read more

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  2. Milken Conference: Lionsgate's Michael Burns Says Binge Viewing Isn't Going Away

    9:45 am 4/30/2014

    The Lionsgate vice chairman's comments were part of a panel on the pursuit of the digital dollar. Read more

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  3. Lionsgate Enters Gaming Business With Nerdist Alum (Exclusive)

    7:00 am 4/30/2014

    Peter Levin has been charged with adapting existing properties into video games primarily for mobile and social platforms.Read more

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  4. 'They Came Together' Trailer: Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler Star in Satirical Rom-Com

    12:13 am 4/30/2014

    Ed Helms and Cobie Smulders co-star in R-rated absurdist comedy from director David Wain.Read more

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  5. Lionsgate Adapting Kim Philby Biography 'A Spy Among Friends' for TV

    11:07 am 4/29/2014

    Oscar nominee Bill Broyles will pen the adaptation and exec produce alongside Allison Shearmur.Read more

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  6. Lionsgate-Summit Shake-up: Marketing Chief Nancy Kirkpatrick to Exit

    12:52 pm 4/17/2014

    UPDATED: All feature film marketing operations will now be run by Lionsgate veteran Tim Palen.Read more

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  7. How Long Will Tyler Perry's Break From Movies Last?

    5:00 am 4/17/2014

    After splitting with Lionsgate, the prolific filmmaker says his focus will be on TV for the foreseeable future, but one source predicts the hiatus won't last long.Read more

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  8. Lionsgate Pacts With RocketJump Studios For Digital Content

    7:44 am 4/14/2014

    The studio is partnering with YouTube star Freddie Wong to create film, TV and digital content.Read more

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  9. Musicians Union Slams Lionsgate Over 'Draft Day' Offshoring

    1:14 pm 4/10/2014

    The AFM is pressing the case that U.S. films and television programs should be scored domestically, not overseas, especially when they receive U.S. production tax credits.Read more

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  10. Hulu Hire Points to New Original Series Ambitions

    8:50 am 4/8/2014

    Content chief Craig Erwich could pay $3 million an episode as he tries to catch Netflix and Amazon.Read more

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