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  1. Ealing Studios, Prescience Merge Sales Arms to Create Ealing Metro

    5:31 am 4/19/2011

    The big name merger gives Ealing access to Prescience funds.Read more

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  2. Barclays Buys Majority Stake in Oscar-Winning U.K. Effects Firm The Mill

    3:48 am 4/19/2011

    The stake, bought from U.S private equity firm Carlyle Group values The Mill at $193 million.Read more

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  3. Dish Network to Keep 600 Blockbuster Stores Open (Report)

    9:58 pm 4/18/2011

    But the news means another 1,000 stores could be closing soon.Read more

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  4. Three Cups of Tea -- and 4 Other Big Book Scandals

    1:52 pm 4/18/2011

    Greg Mortenson's memoir isn't the only tome that has come under fire in recent years.Read more

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  5. ‘Clybourne Park’ Wins Pulitzer for Drama

    1:52 pm 4/18/2011

    Lisa D’Amour's "Detroit" and John Guare's "A Free Man of Color" were named finalists.Read more

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  6. Warner Bros. Taps O'Melveny & Myers Partner As Deputy General Counsel

    11:30 am 4/18/2011

    Mark Easton has been named deputy general counsel of Warner Bros. Entertainment.Read more

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  7. Poland's Alvernia Studios Backs 'Arbitrage'

    8:56 am 4/18/2011

    Legal thriller stars Tim Roth, Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon.Read more

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  8. Hong Kong Actor Max Mok Busted for Drugs in Beijing

    8:35 am 4/18/2011

    Hong Kong actor Max Mok, best known for his role in director Tsui Hark’s "Once Upon a Time in China" martial arts film series of the early 1990s, has been busted for alleged drug use in Beijing, official media said late on Sunday.Read more

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  9. German Networks Challenge Cartel Office Over Hulu Clone

    8:25 am 4/18/2011

    RTL and ProSieben are pushing for joint VOD platform. Read more

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  10. Analyst: Big Entertainment Stocks May Tread Water After Run-Up

    7:32 am 4/18/2011

    Nomura's Michael Nathanson also says "investors fret about both the impact of the Japan earthquake and high commodity prices on advertising spend," but continues to recommend buying key conglomerate stocks.Read more

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