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  1. Rupert Sanders Set to Direct 'Napoleon' for Warner Bros.

    3:48 pm 11/12/2013

    Gianni Nunnari, who produced the swords-and-sandals battle movie "300," is producing the project.Read more

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  2. Time Warner: Warner Bros. Could Post Record Full-Year Profit

    8:07 am 11/6/2013

    UPDATED: The company also says it now expects its Time Inc. spin-off in the second quarter and says operating profit at CNN is trending down this year.Read more

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  3. 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' Trailer 3

    9:35 am 11/5/2013

    Bilbo (Martin Freeman) leads the dwarves and Gandalf (Ian McKellen) into the mountain to try and retrieve the Arkenstone from the dragon Smaug (voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch) in Peter Jackson's latest trailer. The film, from MGM and Warner Bros., is set to hit theaters on Dec. 13. Read more

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  4. FEINBERG FORECAST: What Will Fill the Void Left by the Exit of 'The Monuments Men'?

    9:30 am 10/28/2013

    THR's awards analyst also considers the weekend box office, the Hollywood Film Awards, the Gotham noms and much more with just 18 weeks until the 86th Oscars.Read more

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  5. 'Entourage' Movie: Jerry Ferrara Says Deal 'Could Be Closed Today,' Hopes to Start Shooting in January (Video)

    8:10 am 10/28/2013

    The actor tells Wendy Williams that no one's holding out and that the delay is more about scheduling.Read more

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  6. Warner Bros., David Heyman to Bring Video Game 'Temple Run' to Big Screen (Exclusive)

    11:02 am 10/25/2013

    The story would center on an explorer who, having stolen an idol from a temple, is chased by demonic forces.Read more

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  7. Box Office: 'Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa' Nabs Strong $1.4 Million Thursday Night

    8:24 am 10/25/2013

    UPDATED: The R-rated spin-off stars Johnny Knoxville and Jackson Nicoll.Read more

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  8. How Lego Is Building Its Brand in Hollywood

    5:00 am 10/25/2013

    While Hasbro sees its "Stretch Armstrong" movie get scrapped and its "Transformers" film franchise fail to boost toy sales, Lego's "Ninjago," aided by its show on Cartoon Network, was the company's highest-grossing original launch, and the toymaker will enjoy an escalating first-dollar gross deal with Warner Bros. on "The Lego Movie," out Feb. 7.Read more

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  9. Imax Forced to Decide Between 'Gravity,' 'Hunger Games' in China

    7:04 am 10/24/2013

    The giant screen exhibitor must sort out screens for Alfonso Cuaron's space epic and Lionsgate's "Catching Fire" as both get coveted releases. Read more

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  10. How Director Brett Ratner Evolved From Party Boy to $450 Million Warner Bros. Mogul

    8:49 am 10/22/2013

    Two years after his Oscar debacle, the onetime wunderkind turned power player opens up, carefully, about his mistakes ("I've said dumb things") and his massive ambition: "I'm always at my best when it's big."Read more

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