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  1. Amazon Inks Groundbreaking Deal for 14 Indian Stand-Up Comedy Specials

    10:25 pm 1/19/2017

    The deal reflects the streamer's strategy of ramping up local content.Read more

  2. Inauguration: Street Artist Targets Hollywood Anti-Trumpers With '24' Spoof Posters

    8:53 pm 1/19/2017

    Protesters gathered Friday in Los Angeles for something called "United Against Hate Inauguration March,” where Sabo posted several fake advertisements for '24: Legacy.'Read more

  3. Time Warner Shareholder Sues to Stop AT&T Merger

    1:15 pm 1/19/2017

    The lawsuit contends that failure to provide financials under generally accepted accounting principles is unacceptable.Read more

  4. Author Sued for "Children's Versions" of 'Breakfast at Tiffany's,' '2001: A Space Odyssey'

    9:10 am 1/19/2017

    Big publishers and the estates of Truman Capote, Jack Kerouac, Ernest Hemingway and Arthur C. Clarke have teamed up for a copyright lawsuit.Read more

  5. At Senate Hearing, Steven Mnuchin Addresses 'Avatar' Profits, Relativity, Hollywood's Chinese Influence

    8:14 am 1/19/2017

    Democratic senators express concerns about Mnuchin's investments in films.Read more

  6. Berlin Festival Adds Digitally Restored 'Terminator 2,' 'Annie Hall'

    7:34 am 1/19/2017

    The festival's Classics lineup will also include a newly restored version of George A. Romero's 'Night of the Living Dead.'Read more

  7. Amazon's Film Chief on Sundance Buying Plans, Rival Netflix and Apple's Possible Movie Play

    6:15 am 1/19/2017

    Jason Ropell also opens up about 'Manchester by the Sea's' success, the challenge in releasing original films and how the executive team makes decisions.Read more

  8. Chris Milk, Spike Jonze Creating Virtual Reality Film as Part of New FoxNext/Within Partnership

    6:00 am 1/19/2017

    Additionally, the first VR project under the content deal will be a 'Planet of the Apes'-themed experience.Read more

  9. Sky Deutschland Pushes Further Into Originals With Nordic Noir Series

    3:45 am 1/19/2017

    The German arm of pay TV giant Sky will co-produce it with Norway's Monster Scripted, TV 2 und Nice Drama.Read more

  10. Google Co-Founder: Davos World Economic Forum Is Like Burning Man "Except We're All Wearing Clothes"

    3:01 am 1/19/2017

    Sergey Brin, president of Google parent Alphabet, tells the event in Switzerland about the company's culture, why governments and businesses should collaborate more and how he may still finish his PhD.Read more

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