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  1. Surprise! 'Straight Outta Compton' Boosts Warner Bros. Too

    5:00 am 8/26/2015

    Despite passing on Universal's surprise hip-hop blockbuster, WB still could make at least $5 million (with Ice Cube and Dr. Dre) on its backend — including a cut of home entertainment revenue.Read more

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  2. Warner Bros. Talking to China Media Capital About Local Language Co-Productions (Report)

    2:27 am 8/25/2015

    CMC is one of the biggest players in the world's second-biggest film market.Read more

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  3. Warner Bros.' Chilly Summer Puts Execs in the Hot Seat (Analysis)

    8:30 am 8/19/2015

    "I have full confidence in this team," CEO Kevin Tsujihara tells THR, but a weak slate ('Mike Magic XXL,' 'Hot Pursuit') and secret meetings with a Universal player suggest change could be afoot.Read more

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  4. 'Big Bang Theory' Assistant Director Hits Warner Bros. With Age Discrimination Lawsuit

    8:33 pm 8/17/2015

    Christopher Klausen claims the producers conspired to remove him from the show after he turned 50.Read more

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  5. Box Office: 'Straight Outta Compton' Breaks Out With Massive $56.1M

    6:44 am 8/16/2015

    'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.,' the weekend's other new wide release, lags far behind in third place with $13.5 million.Read more

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  6. Warner Bros. Wins Case Against Russian Internet Pirates in Landmark Ruling

    10:14 pm 8/10/2015

    It was the first lawsuit filed directly by a Hollywood major.Read more

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  7. National Lampoon Plans Its Own Reboot: "We Want to Do Business"

    8:34 am 7/31/2015

    The humor publisher is looking for "a Spielberg, a Warner Bros. or Fox" to invest and develop the brand.Read more

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  8. Hollywood Docket: DC Comics Hopes Trademark Suit Will Be Kryptonite to Clothing Company

    4:33 pm 7/21/2015

    The week's entertainment law news includes a win for Jay Z over his sound engineer and arbitration for the Hollywood lawyer accused of turning a client into his sex slave. Read more

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  9. Japan's SoftBank Looking to Sell Majority Stake in Video Streamer DramaFever (Report)

    6:16 am 7/20/2015

    Warner Bros. and Barry Diller’s IAC are believed to be among the suitors for the online video company, which the Japanese company bought for $100 million just last year. Read more

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  10. 'The Laundryman' ('Qing Tian Jie Yi Hao'): Taipei Review

    8:27 pm 7/19/2015

    Taiwanese filmmaker Lee Chung's feature-length debut revolves around a hitman stumbling upon his origins. Read more

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