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  1. Box Office Report: 'The Hobbit' Grosses $13 Mil in Midnight Runs, Sets December Record

    8:41 am 12/14/2012

    UPDATED: The 3D fantasy-epic stars Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins and returns Ian McKellen in the role of the wizard Gandalf.Read more

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  2. Why Studios Don't Pay to Make Movies Anymore (Analysis)

    5:00 am 12/13/2012

    Fewer films, farmed-out risk, less cachet -- why Hollywood now operates under dramatically different rules.Read more

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  3. 'Age of the Hobbits' Is Now 'Clash of the Empires'

    7:22 pm 12/12/2012

    Meanwhile, the screenwriter reveals the movie’s original title.Read more

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  4. 'Age of the Hobbits' Set for Cambodian Release Under New Title

    5:48 am 12/12/2012

    The Cambodia-made mockbuster will get a theatrical release in the country as "The History of Mankind."Read more

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  5. Netflix's Ted Sarandos Calls Disney Content Deal a 'Game Changer'

    7:12 am 12/5/2012

    UPDATED: At a UBS conference, the chief content officer also tells Harvey Weinstein that the company so far has had a "positive" relationship with activist investor Carl Icahn.Read more

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  6. New 'Man of Steel' Poster Features Superman in Handcuffs (Photo)

    12:07 pm 12/3/2012

    Zack Snyder's Superman film hits theaters next June.Read more

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  7. 'Argo' Writer Chris Terrio Signs Rich Two-Script Deal at Warner Bros. (Exclusive)

    5:11 pm 11/29/2012

    Terrio is expected to tackle the first of the two projects after he completes an untitled crime thriller that reunites him with Argo producers George Clooney and Grant Heslov.Read more

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  8. Guillermo del Toro's 'Pacific Rim' Unveils Giant Monster in New Footage (Video)

    4:40 pm 11/28/2012

    The film hits theaters July 12, 2013, and tells of humanity fighting huge creatures using robots.Read more

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  9. What 'The Hobbit's 27 Animal Deaths Mean for Movies

    5:00 am 11/28/2012

    Peter Jackson and Warner Bros. deny on-set troubles as the Humane Society pushes for oversight into what happens when the cameras stop rolling.Read more

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