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  1. John Steinbeck's Son Breached Contract in Talks Over Spielberg 'Grapes of Wrath' Adaptation

    9:14 am 12/1/2016

    In a summary judgment ruling last month, a judge also found that Thom and Gail Steinbeck had slandered the title to several more of the famous author's works.Read more

  2. 'Lion' Producers on Working With Weinstein, How Brexit and President Trump Will Impact Filmmaking

    6:15 am 12/1/2016

    The Brit-Aussie team of Iain Canning and Emile Sherman, the heads of See-Saw Films, won an Oscar for 'The King's Speech,' open up about resisting suggestions to set 'Lion' in America and possible controversy surrounding their upcoming biblical epic about Mary Magdalene.Read more

  3. Fandango Purchases Latin American Ticketer Cinepapaya

    6:00 am 12/1/2016

    Latin America is a fast-growing region for movies, with growth of 13 percent in 2015 to $3.4 billion, according to the MPAA, and 31 percent growth since 2011. Read more

  4. Scripps Networks to Add Former Turner CEO Phil Kent to Board

    5:54 am 12/1/2016

    He will succeed David Galloway, who is retiring.Read more

  5. China's Wanda to Receive Further Scrutiny for U.S. Entertainment Takeovers (Report)

    12:36 am 12/1/2016

    Senate Chuck Schumer says he's concerned that the Chinese government is orchestrating the acquisition of U.S. media companies — an issue often raised by President-elect Trump.Read more

  6. Italy's Populist Party Found to Be Leader in Europe for Fake News

    4:22 pm 11/30/2016

    Europe is suffering a fake-news crisis of its own.Read more

  7. Robert Bennett, Pioneering Local Television Executive, Dies at 89

    3:55 pm 11/30/2016

    In the 1980s, he spearheaded the launch of WCVB-TV in Boston and headed Metromedia Broadcasting, at the time the nation's largest station group.Read more

  8. Disney Boosts Dividend, Sets Annual Meeting

    2:43 pm 11/30/2016

    Disney recorded revenue this fiscal year that rose to $55.6 billion, in large measure due to 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens.'Read more

  9. Rights Available! 'Mean Girls' Meets 'Friday Night Lights' in Novel About '90s Riot Grrrl

    10:00 am 11/30/2016

    Jennifer Mathieu's 'Moxie,' along with Bruce Henderson's 'Sons and Soldiers,' about young Jews who escaped the Nazis but returned to the front lines during World War II, are both ripe for optioning.Read more

  10. Adam Carolla to Explore University "Safe Spaces" in Upcoming Documentary

    8:00 am 11/30/2016

    "College campuses are supposed to be where diversity of opinion is celebrated, not silenced," said Carolla, who will star with talk-show host Dennis Prager in a film called 'No Safe Spaces.'Read more

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