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  1. Bryan Singer Accusations Affect Marketing Plans for Next 'X-Men,' 'Black Box'

    1:12 pm 4/18/2014

    The director has cancelled an appearance this weekend where he was to promote the upcoming Fox movie, and ABC has removed promos mentioning his name as it debuts his new TV series.Read more

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  2. MPAA's Chris Dodd: China Will Give More Access to Hollywood Movies

    8:50 am 4/18/2014

    The exec believes the country will expand the quota of 34 films that can be imported on a revenue-sharing basis.Read more

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  3. Beijing Film Fest Confirms Chris Dodd, Alfonso Cuaron, Oliver Stone to Attend

    11:22 pm 3/26/2014

    Director John Woo, Paramount Pictures COO Frederick Huntsberry, "Frozen" producer Peter Del Vecho and other influential industry figures have all signed on to take part in the Chinese capital's top cinema event. Read more

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  4. CinemaCon: MPAA Chief Chris Dodd Won't Stop Challenging Silicon Valley Over Piracy

    11:04 am 3/25/2014

    "We have both the right and responsibility to express our concerns about piracy undermining our industry on a global level," Hollywood's top lobbyist tells theater owners. Read more

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  5. Hollywood's Top Lobbying Group Tilts Toward Republicans

    5:06 pm 2/27/2014

    After losing a bruising battle over piracy, the MPAA has a new strategy, new hires and increased donations to influential groups, some spending "dark money."Read more

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  6. MPAA Document Appears to Bolster Case Against VFX Subsidies (Analysis)

    5:33 pm 2/26/2014

    The filing in a non-entertainment trade case has ramifications for an effort to end foreign subsidies that benefit the major studios.Read more

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  7. Top MPAA Lawyer on Google's Failures, Suing Kim Dotcom and Obama After SOPA (Q&A)

    7:00 am 1/4/2014

    "It doesn't surprise me that Kim Dotcom has set himself up as some champion of something or a martyr, but it doesn't stick," Hollywood's new antipiracy cop Steven Fabrizio tells THR of the controversial figure.Read more

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  8. Beijing Court Finds Search Engine Baidu Guilty of Copyright Infringement

    8:53 am 12/9/2013

    The company was ordered to pay video streaming website Youku Tudou $78,560 in damages for illegally hosting 18 Chinese TV shows.Read more

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  9. Beijing Court: Chinese Online Video Company Infringed Copyrights

    10:03 pm 12/3/2013

    MPAA member studios welcome the decision against Beijing Funshion Online Technology, but are disappointed by the amount of damages awarded.Read more

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  10. 'Wolf of Wall Street' Avoids NC-17 After Sex Cuts

    2:37 pm 11/27/2013

    UPDATED: Insiders also confirm that Martin Scorsese's film -- starring Leonardo DiCaprio -- runs a minute shy of three hours, making it the longest movie of the 2013 Christmas season.Read more

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