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  1. Mexico 2015 in Review: Televisa vs. Trump, 'Spectre' Shoot Controversy

    12:36 pm 12/14/2015

    The country's longest-running TV show was canceled, and 'The Revenant,' with Leonardo DiCaprio, again causes awards season buzz for Mexico's Alejandro G. Inarritu and Emmanuel Lubezki.Read more

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  2. 'Harry Potter' Producer David Heyman to Get Producers Guild Award

    10:28 am 11/12/2015

    He will be honored with the annual David O. Selznick Achievement Award at the PGA Awards on Jan. 23.Read more

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  3. Guillermo del Toro's 'Crimson Peak' to Open Morelia Film Fest

    7:19 pm 10/7/2015

    Set to hit U.S. theaters on Oct. 16, the ghost story stars Jessica Chastain and Mia Wasikowska.Read more

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  4. Imax Entertainment Head Touts Baby Boomers as Hot New Target Audience

    4:08 pm 9/9/2015

    "The secret is baby boomers love going to the movies...more than millennials," top exec Greg Foster told an investor conference. Read more

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  5. Critic's Notebook: Rewriting the List of Highest-Grossing Movies

    3:57 pm 7/29/2015

    'Jurassic World' recently became the third-highest grosser of all time — and that's reason enough to revise the top 10 list, replacing unworthy titles with more deserving blockbusters (goodbye 'Avatar,' hello 'Star Wars'). Read more

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  6. Time Warner Shareholder Rails Against George Clooney During Annual Meeting

    8:07 am 6/19/2015

    "I would like to know how much Mr. Clooney has received, how much money is going to Lebanon and to his wife," a shareholder questioned CEO Jeff Bewkes. Read more

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  7. Guillermo Del Toro: Drug Violence Has Left Mexico in "Social Decay"

    3:30 pm 3/9/2015

    ‘It’s the law of the Old West,’ said the Mexican filmmaker. Read more

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  8. Diverse Casts Deliver Higher Ratings, Bigger Box Office: Study (Exclusive)

    6:00 am 2/25/2015

    Audiences want more ethnic representation, a new UCLA study shows, with agencies, studios and networks lagging behind, entrenched in "an industry culture that routinely devalues the talent of minorities and women."Read more

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  9. Oscars: Mexico Abuzz Over 'Birdman' Victory

    7:53 am 2/23/2015

    Sunday's Academy Awards marked a historic night for Mexican talent Alejandro G. Inarritu and cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki.Read more

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  10. Oscars 2015: Emmanuel Lubezki Becomes Second Cinematographer to Win Back-to-Back Honors

    10:02 am 2/18/2015

    The Mexican's Academy Award for 'Birdman' follows last year's for 'Gravity' and his back-to-back BAFTAs win.Read more

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