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  1. 'Fences' Executive Producer Launching New Production Company (Exclusive)

    6:30 am 1/16/2017

    Brad Feinstein, formerly of Bron Studios, also executive produced the Sundance-bound 'Beatriz at Dinner,' starring Salma Hayek and John Lithgow.Read more

  2. As Michael Lynton Exits, Will Sony Double Down on Hollywood or Sell? 

    6:00 am 1/16/2017

    One rumor holds that Sony may finally be ready to part with either all or part of its entertainment assets, with CBS' Leslie Moonves angling to buy. Read more

  3. Rep Sheet Roundup: UTA Signs Singer-Turned-Chef Kelis

    6:00 am 1/16/2017

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

  4. The EU Is History and NATO Is "Obsolete," Donald Trump Tells European Newspapers

    4:12 am 1/16/2017

    In his first interview with European dailies since the election, the president-elect praises Brexit as “a great thing” and trashes German chancellor Angela Merkel. Read more

  5. Tencent Partners on China Release of 'La La Land'

    3:15 am 1/16/2017

    The Chinese Internet giant will leverage its massive media and entertainment platforms to help market the movie. Read more

  6. South Korean Prosecutors Seek Arrest of Samsung Vice Chair

    2:39 am 1/16/2017

    Jay Y. Lee is accused of bribery, entangling the world's largest smartphone maker in the Asian country's snowballing corruption scandal.Read more

  7. Watch Wanda Chairman Wang Jianlin Sing for His Staff at Corporate Gathering

    2:20 am 1/16/2017

    An avid karaoke fan, China's richest man is making such performances into an annual tradition at his conglomerate. Read more

  8. Netflix's 'The Ivory Game' to Screen at Beijing Film Festival

    1:44 am 1/16/2017

    The state-run event's selection of the elephant conservation documentary follows China's recent decision to ban the ivory trade by the end of 2017. Read more

  9. Facebook to Test Fake News Filtering in Germany

    12:19 pm 1/15/2017

    The social media giant has announced a series of measures to curb online disinformation ahead of Germany's national election later this year. Read more

  10. China Box Office: 'Passengers' Rockets to First, 'Rogue One' Sputters

    1:19 am 1/15/2017

    The Sony romantic sci-fi opened to $17.5 million, easily topping the 'Star Wars' spinoff, which declined 71 percent in its second weekend. Read more

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