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  1. Trailer Report: 'Fifty Shades' No. 1 For Third Straight Week

    6:03 pm 9/12/2014

    New trailers for 'Seventh Son' and 'Dracula Untold' also land in the top tenRead more

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  2. Fantagraphics Launches Imprint For "Off-Kilter, Obscure" Works

    3:14 pm 9/12/2014

    Publisher gives a big FU to indie cartoonistsRead more

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  3. 'Kill Me Three Times': Toronto Review

    1:34 pm 9/12/2014

    Simon Pegg plays a hitman set loose on a sleepy Australian beach town rife with betrayal and murder in Kriv Stenders' comedy thrillerRead more

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  4. Joan Rivers: Medical Director at Clinic Out

    12:23 pm 9/12/2014

    Lawrence B. Cohen was reportedly Rivers' personal doctorRead more

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  5. 'Hulk vs. Thanos' Comic Pits Big Name Marvel Characters Against Each Other

    11:28 am 9/12/2014

    Hulk meets a villain who might not be so smashableRead more

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  6. 'Sleepy Hollow' Digital Comics Reveal Characters' Hidden Pasts

    10:37 am 9/12/2014

    For those who'd prefer to see Ichabod Crane in the 18th Century, now's your chanceRead more

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  7. Nicole Kidman's Father Dies in Singapore

    10:06 am 9/12/2014

    Beloved Australian psychiatrist and professor reportedly died after a fall in his hotelRead more

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  8. Toronto: Benicio Del Toro Could Catch Voters' Attention for 'Escobar: Paradise Lost'

    10:03 am 9/12/2014

    The Puerto Rican Oscar winner plays the film's titular Colombian drug lord, but Radius-TWC plans to push him in this year's best supporting actor raceRead more

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  9. Toronto: 'Food, Inc.' Doc Maker Back in Oscar Contention for 'Merchants of Doubt'

    9:55 am 9/12/2014

    Robert Kenner's latest film, like the one for which he was nominated five years ago, looks at the shocking lengths to which corporations will go to preserve their profitsRead more

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  10. Liberty Global CEO: No Big Acquisitions on Horizon

    7:55 am 9/12/2014

    CEO Mike Fries says the company's annual content costs are $8 per sub, 80 percent less than Comcast'sRead more

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