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  1. China Box Office: 'Lost in Hong Kong' Surges Past $200 Million

    8:56 pm 10/4/2015

    The film will soon surpass its predecessor, 'Lost in Thailand', which grossed $208 million in 2012, the most ever for a Chinese film at the time. Read more

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  2. MIPCOM: 'Hitler' Series Greenlit With TF1, RTL

    10:44 am 10/4/2015

    'Generation War' producer UFA Film will produce the 10-hour limited series on Hitler's rise to power.Read more

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  3. Disney Parks Consider Demand Pricing

    10:32 am 10/4/2015

    This would be the first time in which the company would adjust prices based on attendance.Read more

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  4. MIPCOM Cancels Opening Night Red Carpet Amid Flooding

    1:59 am 10/4/2015

    The heavy rains in the French Riviera have left at least 16 people dead ahead of the international TV market.Read more

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  5. Relativity Bankruptcy: Stalking Horse Bidder to Pay $125M for TV Assets

    11:07 am 10/3/2015

    Former creditors of Relativity became the lead bidder in an auction held on Friday after putting up $45 million in debtor financing and essentially swapping debt for equity. Read more

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  6. "Most Interesting Man in the World" Sued by Former Agent

    5:15 pm 10/2/2015

    The lawsuit says he makes about a million dollars a year.Read more

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  7. SAG-AFTRA Reelects Gabrielle Carteris as Executive VP

    2:58 pm 10/2/2015

    Convention delegates elected her overwhelmingly.Read more

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  8. Bill Cosby's Bid to End Accuser's Lawsuit Rips Into Gloria Allred's PR Tactics

    2:48 pm 10/2/2015

    Did Judy Huth's lawyer go over the line with a press conference staged outside the LAPD?Read more

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  9. FIFA Sponsors Coca-Cola, McDonald’s Call on Sepp Blatter to Resign

    2:11 pm 10/2/2015

    “Every day that passes, the image and reputation of FIFA continues to tarnish,” says Coca-Cola as Swiss authorities pursue a criminal case against the soccer boss. Read more

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  10. VW Scandal: Hybrids, Hackers Offer Clues to Motivation

    1:34 pm 10/2/2015

    As cars are increasingly controlled by lines of code, software sleight-of-hand can improve engine performance — or trick regulators into thinking a dirty diesel is actually clean.Read more

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