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  1. Robert Downey Jr.'s 'The Judge' Gets a Fall 2014 Release

    12:17 pm 7/31/2013

    The Warner Bros. dramedy, directed by David Dobkin, also stars Robert Duvall, Vera Farmiga, Billy Bob Thornton, Vincent D'Onofrio and Leighton Meester.Read more

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  2. Hollywood Studios Haven't Been Paid by China in Months (Exclusive)

    11:52 am 7/29/2013

    The delay in payments -- totaling in the tens of millions of dollars for some studios -- revolves around a 2 percent luxury tax that the China Film Group is trying to pass on to the movie companies.Read more

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  3. Why Jeff Robinov Is Stuck in Executive Jail

    5:28 pm 7/23/2013

    With months left on his deal and Warner Bros. in no hurry to lose him -- or his access to talent like Christopher Nolan and Ben Affleck -- the ex-film chief must wait on potential suitors.Read more

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  4. The Weinstein Company Loses Its Appeal To Use The Title 'The Butler'

    7:36 pm 7/18/2013

    TWC can, though, call the upcoming movie "Lee Daniels' The Butler"Read more

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  5. Why Toby Emmerich Is Warner Bros.' Most Underrated Player

    5:00 am 7/18/2013

    The head of the studio's New Line division is buying projects and could get more freedom in the new structure.Read more

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  6. Secrets of Executive Chemistry and What It Means for Warner Bros. (Analysis)

    5:00 am 7/18/2013

    Diller and Eisner, Daly and Semel -- strong chemistry is what makes studios succeed. Can Jeff Bewkes and Kevin Tsujihara build a team that maintains Warners' dominance?Read more

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  7. DC Entertainment Chief Reveals What's Next for Superman, Wonder Woman and 5 Superheroes Who Deserve Movies (Q&A)

    11:00 am 7/17/2013

    Diane Nelson, Warner Bros.' brand manager for superheroes, reveals why "Man of Steel" worked but "Green Lantern" fell flat.Read more

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  8. Studio Cash Influx Shifts Power in Hollywood (Analysis)

    5:00 am 7/17/2013

    Brett Ratner, mogul? It's true, as Warners and others -- including David Ellison's Skydance's $200 million-plus deal with Paramount -- line up new funds.Read more

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  9. Lorenzo di Bonaventura on 10 Years of Producing Movies (Q&A)

    9:10 am 7/16/2013

    The former Warner Bros. exec and producer of Paramount's "Transformers" franchise says fear of failure drove him for years -- his 20th feature, "Red 2," opens July 19.Read more

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  10. 'Unforgiven' Japanese Remake: Trailer Released (Video)

    4:25 am 7/16/2013

    The first peek at director Lee Sang-Il's Japanese western, with Ken Watanabe in the Clint Eastwood role, draws positive buzz.Read more

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