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  1. Ben Affleck As Batman: Hollywood's Best Reactions

    6:41 pm 8/22/2013

    Richard Dreyfuss jokes that he was up for the part, while "Gigli" jokes and suggestions of roles for Matt Damon and Jennifer Lopez run rampant. Read more

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  2. Legendary Inks Office Deal to Leave Warner Bros. Lot (Exclusive)

    2:50 pm 8/21/2013

    After ending an eight-year union, Universal's new partner heads to fresh, LEED-certified digs. Read more

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  3. 'Tron' Helmer Joseph Kosinski to Direct 'Twilight Zone' Film (Exclusive)

    9:45 am 8/16/2013

    Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way is producing the property, which is now being redeveloped.Read more

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  4. Warner Bros. Won't Release Legendary's 'Seventh Son'

    4:22 pm 8/15/2013

    UPDATED: The Jeff Bridges sorcerer movie will end up at Universal Pictures, where Legendary now is based. Read more

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  5. Legendary Scores Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar' in Warner Bros. Divorce (Exclusive)

    6:00 am 8/14/2013

    His "Dark Knight Rises" follow-up is one of several shared projects for the separated studios.Read more

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  6. Filming Begins on Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar'

    9:28 am 8/13/2013

    The top-secret movie will focus on the adventures of a group of explorers who use a wormhole to surpass the limits of human space travel.Read more

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  7. China Box Office: 'Pacific Rim' Still Rules as Domestic Film Push Starts

    6:49 am 8/13/2013

    A shortened foreign-film blackout period, to put the spotlight on homegrown fare, is expected this year.Read more

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  8. Lee Daniels on 'The Butler': 'I Don't Feel So Good About the Title' (Video)

    2:33 pm 8/9/2013

    But while the director's concerned, castmembers told THR they were fine with the movie's name and liked the extra attention the dispute generated.Read more

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  9. Alcon to Bring 'Chicken Soup for the Soul' to the Big Screen

    12:02 pm 8/8/2013

    The company behind "The Blind Side" has acquired film and TV rights to the best-selling book series.Read more

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