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  1. U.K. Cinema Admissions See First Quarter Slump

    9:38 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    The 2014 January through March ticket sales of 39.9 million are 2.1 million lower than 2013 despite attention grabbing rollouts for "The Wolf Of Wall Street" and "The Lego Movie." READ MORE

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  2. Brick Mansions: Film Review

    9:30 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    Paul Walker plays fast and furious in Luc Besson's U.S. remake of French urban ghetto action movie. READ MORE

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  3. Steve Coogan, Hugh Grant Sign Letter to Rupert Murdoch Over U.K. Press Regulation Stance

    8:57 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    "Instead of embracing reform and so demonstrating that it has changed, News UK is digging itself into a hole of untrustworthiness and denial," the open letter states. READ MORE

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  4. China and U.K. Sign Film Co-production Agreement

    8:54 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    Chinese and Britain formally approve a pact aimed at giving Britain’s filmmakers better access to the booming Chinese market. READ MORE

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  5. Hacking Trial: Andy Coulson Denies Cover-Up (Report)

    8:14 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    The former "News of the World" editor and communications director of British Prime Minister David Cameron describes the arrest of the paper's Royal editor as a disaster for him. READ MORE

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  6. Canada's Entertainment One Renews Output Deal With The Weinstein Company

    6:52 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    The Canadian distributor will continue to handle titles for Bob Weinstein like the upcoming "Paddington" and "The Railway Man" through 2019. READ MORE

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  7. Top Cable TV Exec Goes Undercover to Tackle Customer Complaints

    6:32 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    Guy Laurence, CEO of Canada's Rogers Communications, dressed up as a field technician to meet grumpy subscribers firsthand. READ MORE

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  8. Viacom's My Nick Jr. Service to Launch in China

    6:22 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    The personalized edutainment service, for which the firm has already reached deals in France, the U.K. and the U.S., will become available on a new online video service as an over-the-top offer. READ MORE

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  9. 'Fading Gigolo' Director John Turturro Touts 'Positive Sides' of Prostitution

    5:28 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    Discussing his Wood Allen-starring romantic comedy, Turturro said, "People sometimes go to [sex workers] for reasons beyond just sexual contact -- and sometimes they are truly helped." READ MORE

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  10. Japanese Citizen Groups Call for Head of Public Broadcaster NHK to Resign

    5:07 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    Seven organizations, including the Congress of Japanese Journalists, have called for NHK's chairman and two top execs to step down, after their nationalistic public comments raised concerns about political independence. READ MORE

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  11. Japanese TV Networks Reschedule 'Titanic,' 'Pokemon' Episode After S. Korean Ferry Tragedy

    4:53 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    The rescheduled "Pocket Monsters" episode featured a storyline about a submarine searching for a sunken ship. READ MORE

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  12. Austrian Director Michael Glawogger Dies During African Shoot

    4:33 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    The director of “Slumming” and “Whores' Glory,” who was 54, died in Liberia of Malaria. READ MORE

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  13. Justin Bieber Visits Controversial Japanese Shrine, Burial Ground of WWII War Criminals

    3:49 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    The popstar posted an Instagram photo of himself bowing reverentially before the tome, before replacing it with an apology, saying he was unaware of the highly controversial nature of the place. READ MORE

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  14. China's Wanda Group Eyeing IPO for Cinema Chain

    3:32 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    The country's largest exhibitor, Wanda Cinema Line, plans to raise $325 million via a listing on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange two years after the real estate conglomerate behind it acquired AMC Entertainment. READ MORE

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  15. 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' Prequel to Film in New Zealand

    2:42 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    The Weinstein Company-produced martial arts film will take advantage of the country's newly increased production incentives, as will the trilogy of "Avatar" sequels when they go into production there. READ MORE

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  16. Chinese Director to Oliver Stone: Mind Your Own Business

    12:11 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    Ning Hao challenged the Hollywood director's recent criticisms of the Chinese film industry, saying "foreigners alone don't decide good and bad films" and securing free speech in China will be a gradual process. READ MORE

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  17. Cannes: European Film Promotion Names 'Producers on the Move'

    12:00 am PDT 04/23/2014
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    The 24 up-and-coming producers from across the EU will take part in the two-day networking session organized by European Film Promotion. READ MORE

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  18. John Travolta to Be Named Hollywood's 'Most Popular All-Time Star in India'

    10:21 pm PDT 04/22/2014
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    The actor will pick up the prize at the International Indian Film Academy Awards on Saturday in Tampa Bay, Florida, where Kevin Spacey will also host an acting masters class. READ MORE

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  19. High Dynamic Range Might Be Added to Ultra HD Blueprint in Three Years, Says Project Chair

    7:38 pm PDT 04/22/2014
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    A group at the International Telecommunication Union is reviewing proposals from Dolby, Technicolor, Philips and the BBC. READ MORE

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  20. Imax CEO Richard Gelfond's Compensation Falls in 2013

    2:28 pm PDT 04/22/2014
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    The head of the giant screen exhibitor also signed a new contract, which became official on January 1, 2014, which will see him, over the next three years, receive a higher base salary and bonus. READ MORE

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