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  1. Judge Allows Copyright Lawsuit Against Marvel Over 'Iron Man 3' Poster

    8:42 am 3/28/2017

    The body armor, though, is too common in the comic book or superhero genre.Read more

  2. Movie Business Benefits From a Global Perspective, Says Theater-Owners Chief

    7:39 am 3/28/2017

    "Open and diverse societies drive movie attendance," said John Fithian, president and CEO of the National Association of Theater Owners, at the organization's annual convention.Read more

  3. Donald Trump Claims U.S. Constitution Bars 'Apprentice' Star's Defamation Suit While in Office

    7:17 am 3/28/2017

    The president believes the Supremacy Clause bars state lawsuits against a sitting president and looks to tackle an issue "not decided" by the Supreme Court in Bill Clinton v. Paula Jones.Read more

  4. Kathy Wong, Directors Guild Executive, Dies at 62

    6:00 am 3/28/2017

    The longtime residuals administrator had previously worked in accounting and production functions at various companies.Read more

  5. As Writers Guild Talks Stall, a Jittery Hollywood Wonders What's Next

    6:00 am 3/28/2017

    A strike authorization vote is on tap, but SAG-AFTRA may be waiting in the wings as an intricate dance begins.Read more

  6. Michael Wolff: How Trump Can (and Just Might) Kill AT&T's Time Warner Deal

    6:00 am 3/28/2017

    The president’s view on the $85.4 billion merger has been quite un-Republican-like, and he wants to keep his campaign promise, which would mean intervening (and stifling CNN nemesis Jeff Zucker).Read more

  7. Paramount's Spy Series 'Berlin Station' Sells Across Europe

    5:20 am 3/28/2017

    The drama, which airs on Epix in the U.S., stars Richard Jenkins, Ashley Judd, Richard Armitage and Keke Palmer.Read more

  8. 'Justice League,' 'Aquaman' Coming to Virtual Reality Via Imax, Warner Bros. Deal

    4:30 am 3/28/2017

    Imax and Warners have inked a three VR-title agreement.Read more

  9. CinemaCon Employs Bomb-Sniffing Dog as Part of New Security Procedures

    7:05 pm 3/27/2017

    Last year, Liongate's screening of 'Now You See Me 2' was abruptly halted about 10 minutes into the show after Keanu Reeves fans left backpacks unattended, leading to this year's beefed-up security.Read more

  10. California Appeals Court Discusses "Newsworthiness" of Floyd Mayweather's Social Media Posts

    3:24 pm 3/27/2017

    The boxing champion wrote about his ex-girlfriend's abortion, and according to a new opinion, he may have made one legal mistake.Read more

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