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  1. Gawker's Hulk Hogan Sex Tape Story Is Turning Out to Be a Very Expensive One

    8:34 am 11/14/2014

    The first year of the ongoing legal battle cost $600,000, and now the gossip site fights with its insurer over what's an "injury" and what's an "accident"Read more

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  2. How the Midterm Elections Will Affect Hollywood

    8:00 am 11/14/2014

    Despite a Democratic trouncing, industry issues could get a boost Read more

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  3. Italy's Mediaset Faces Down Sky With New Pay TV Company

    4:01 am 11/14/2014

    Mediaset is betting Italians want more soccer and fewer series Read more

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  4. Rupert Murdoch Confirms Foxtel Interest in Australia's Ten Network

    1:41 am 11/14/2014

    The News Corp chair also described son and co-chair Lachlan as the man who will "lead us to a very prosperous and bright future"Read more

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  5. Russia's Top Theater Network Sold to 19-Year-Old Student

    8:43 pm 11/13/2014

    Said Kerimov, son of one of Russia's richest businessmen, buys Cinema ParkRead more

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  6. Faith-Based Movie Releases Video Comparing Itself to 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

    2:18 pm 11/13/2014

    "Clearly, we're picking a fight with 'Fifty Shades,'" says 'Old Fashioned' filmmaker Rik SwartzwelderRead more

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  7. 'Twilight' Producer Facing Possible Trial This Month for Interfering on Parody

    1:04 pm 11/13/2014

    Was the studio motivated not by economics, but an author's Mormon theology?Read more

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  8. MGM Profits Up For Third Quarter Even As Revenue Dips

    11:54 am 11/13/2014

    The closely held company also revealed that it paid $343.8 million for a 55 percent interest in Mark Burnett’s companyRead more

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  9. Russian Producers Announce AFM Deals

    11:28 am 11/13/2014

    Animated films attracted the highest interest among prospective buyersRead more

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  10. Executive Roundtable: 6 Studio Heads on China Plans, Superhero Overload, WB Layoffs, 'Fast & Furious' Future

    9:00 am 11/13/2014

    Fox's Jim Gianopulos, Paramount's Brad Grey, Disney Studios' Alan Horn, Universal's Donna Langley, IFC Films' Jonathan Sehring and Warner Bros.' Kevin Tsujihara open up to THR about the poor summer at the domestic box office, Time Warner's strategy amid Rupert Murdoch's bid for the company, Marvel's battle with DC, and NetflixRead more

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