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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

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  1. Blu-ray Sales Up 20 Percent in 2011; Brick-and-Mortar Rental Activity Down 28.8 Percent

    10:56 am 1/10/2012

    "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1" and "Part 2" were the top-selling titles of the past year, according to Digital Entertainment Group data.Read more

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  2. Academy Announces 7 Films Competing for Makeup Oscars

    1:05 pm 1/9/2012

    "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" and "The Artist" will go up against five other films during the awards ceremony Feb. 26. Read more

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  3. Warner Bros. Takes U.K. Distributor Crown in 2011 With 'Harry Potter' Conjuring Box Office Cash

    3:19 am 1/6/2012

    Box office grosses in 2011 rise 4.5% in the U.K. and Ireland from previous year.Read more

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  4. 'Harry Potter,' 3D Magic Helps German Box Office to $1.2 Billion in 2011

    2:46 am 1/5/2012

    Warner Bros. is the territory's top distributor for the third year running, while Concorde leads independents.Read more

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  5. Major Hollywood Studios Set Foreign Box Office Record in 2011

    7:03 pm 12/29/2011

    Paramount leads the way with $3.2 billion, a company and industry overseas record; Warners and Disney follow No. 2 and No. 3.Read more

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  6. 'Fast Five,' 'Hangover II,' 'Thor' Top List of Year's Most Pirated Movies

    7:55 pm 12/23/2011

    But the average number of BitTorrent downloads for this year's top 10 was significantly lower than last year.Read more

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  7. The Contenders DVD Reviews: 'Midnight in Paris,' 'Harry Potter,' 'Margin Call' and 'Warrior'

    10:44 am 12/23/2011

    New releases highlight four films in the running for Oscar noms. Read more

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  8. German Box Office Tops $1.1 billion In 2011

    5:44 am 12/23/2011

    German productions accounted for 18.4% of box office take, led by Til Schweiger's rom-com 'Kokowaah.'Read more

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  9. German Box Office Tops $1.1 billion In 2011

    5:39 am 12/23/2011

    German productions accounted for 18.4% of box office take, led by Til Schweiger's rom-com 'Kokowaah.'Read more

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