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  1. U.K. Prime Minister Calls Snap General Election

    3:34 am 4/18/2017

    Brits are set to go to the polls — again — on June 8. Read more

  2. China Sets Release Dates for 'Pirates 5,' 'Transformers 5,' 'Wonder Woman,' More

    11:18 pm 4/17/2017

    Many of the studios' biggest tentpoles will open in China day-and-date with North America throughout May and June.Read more

  3. Writers Guild Edges Closer to Strike With Talks Suspended Until Next Week

    7:07 pm 4/17/2017

    A one-week postponement will leave just five more days of talks before a threatened walkout.Read more

  4. Netflix Misses on Subscriber Growth During Quiet First Quarter

    11:57 am 4/17/2017

    The streamer added 5 million new members during the first quarter, just shy of its previous estimates, as it moved premieres of popular shows including 'House of Cards' to the second quarter.Read more

  5. CAA China Launches With CMC Capital Partners

    11:00 am 4/17/2017

    As part of the partnership, CMC chairman Li Ruigang is joining the agency’s board of directors.Read more

  6. TV Upfronts Preview: Less Glitz and More Metrics

    6:40 am 4/17/2017

    "Just tell me how the shows are performing," says one ad buyer as the May upfronts approach with networks down double digits and flashy series reveals shifting to data science and new platforms — unless a writers strike derails it all.Read more

  7. Rep Sheet Roundup: ’13 Reasons Why’ and ‘Riverdale’ Actor Signs With UTA

    6:00 am 4/17/2017

    THR’s at-a-glance look at the week in representation newsRead more

  8. Hollywood Is Losing the Battle Against Online Trolls

    6:00 am 4/17/2017

    So-called "downvoting" is haunting movie marketers, but new Armenian genocide film 'The Promise' is trying to "fight fire with fire."Read more

  9. Harvey Weinstein on Jay Z, Trump and His Dream to Produce the Oscars (With Spielberg)

    6:00 am 4/17/2017

    "If we could survive each other, we'd do a great job," says indie king and Weinstein Co. co-chairman as he dishes on wooing Trayvon Martin's family and championing LGBT and women's rights in the Trump era.Read more

  10. MPAA Chief Chris Dodd: Fortunes of China, U.S. Film Markets Are "Inextricably Linked"

    1:14 am 4/17/2017

    At the Beijing Film Festival, the former senator subtly made the case for more market access for American movies in China, while predicting that the Chinese box office will rebound to double-digit growth this year.Read more

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