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  1. 'Dark Knight Rises' Deleted Scene Teases Bane Origin

    8:01 pm 8/8/2012

    Tom Hardy’s villain was brutally taunted as a youth, according to costume designer Lindy Hemming.Read more

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  2. 'Hatfields & McCoys' Dominates Home Entertainment Charts

    3:42 pm 8/8/2012

    The History Channel mini-series sold about twice as many copies as the No. 2 title, "The Dark Knight."Read more

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  3. 'The Hobbit' Gets Slightly Expanded Trailer (Video)

    8:56 pm 8/7/2012

    There’s a bit more of Bilbo and Gandalf in the updated trailer for Peter Jackson’s first "Lord of the Rings" prequel film.Read more

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  4. Tom Cruise's 'All You Need is Kill' to Shoot at Leavesden Studios

    9:57 am 8/6/2012

    Doug Liman's sci-fi actioner, co-starring Emily Blunt, will be the first production using the former "Harry Potter" home base since Warner Bros bought the site.Read more

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  5. Siggraph: Biz Braces for Higher Frame Rates in Wake of 'The Hobbit'

    10:00 am 8/3/2012

    Peter Jackson ushers in 48 frames per second, but effects houses and studio budgets will feel the brunt of the biggest change to film production since the addition of sound. Read more

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  6. Oops! 'Gangster Squad' Book With Movie Cover Hits Shelves

    5:00 am 8/1/2012

    Although Warner Bros. has pushed the noir film from Sept. 7 to Jan. 11, the nonfiction book still will go on sale on Aug. 7.Read more

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  7. 'Dark Knight Returns' Trailer Shows an Older Batman Ready to Rumble (Video)

    10:13 pm 7/31/2012

    Based on Frank Miller’s iconic graphic novel, the animated film features Peter Weller as the caped crusader. Read more

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  8. Warner Bros. Files Mass Litigation Against Amazon Resellers

    9:44 am 7/31/2012

    Is Amazon's user marketplace rife with counterfeits?Read more

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  9. 'Dark Knight Rises' Opens Big in Japan But Falls to Local Film

    9:21 am 7/31/2012

    Japanese films continue to dominate box office in first half of year, taking seven of top 10 slots in revenue rankings.Read more

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