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  1. Oscars: Afghanistan Protests Academy's Disqualification of 'Utopia' (Exclusive)

    10:24 am 11/17/2015

    In a letter to the Academy, the head of the Filmmakers Union of Afghanistan writes that the film "has forty-eight minutes of Dari and Hindi language and thirty-seven minutes of English speaking scenes."Read more

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  2. Santa Barbara Film Fest: Elizabeth Banks, Paul Dano, Joel Edgerton and Jacob Tremblay Named Virtuosos

    9:48 am 11/17/2015

    Additional recipients of this annual award, which celebrates breakthrough performances, will be named in the coming weeks.Read more

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  3. Netflix Australia Reaches Estimated 2.5 Million Users

    6:14 am 11/17/2015

    "Launched in March 2015, Netflix accounts for the majority of SVOD services," says the Australian Communications and Media Authority.Read more

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  4. Fred Armisen, Eddie Huang to Roast Vice CEO Shane Smith at Center for Communication Event

    6:02 am 11/17/2015

    Vice also will announce a wide-ranging diversity partnership with the Brooklyn-based non-profit.Read more

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  5. Entertainment One First-Half Earnings Rise

    4:03 am 11/17/2015

    TV unit financials rose, while film unit results came in lower than in the year-ago period.Read more

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  6. John Malone's Liberty Global to Acquire Caribbean Telecom Firm in $5.3 Billion Deal

    12:29 am 11/17/2015

    The deal for Cable & Wireless represents "a watershed moment" for the company's Latin American business, says CEO Mike Fries.Read more

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  7. Disney Stock Downgraded Due to "Mounting Pay TV Concerns"

    8:25 am 11/16/2015

    Stock performance and sentiment will in the near-term be driven by 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens,' Michael Morris acknowledges, but says "it's hard not to see shares fully reflecting historically high expectations."Read more

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  8. German Box Office: 'Spectre' Top, Hitler Comedy A Distant Second

    4:41 am 11/16/2015

    The new Bond continues to outpace 'Skyfall' in Germany as Hitler laugher 'Look Who's Back' tops $20 million.Read more

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  9. Japan Box Office: 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' Opens in Third, 'The Intern' Continues Strong Run

    3:56 am 11/16/2015

    Guy Ritchie's remake of the classic TV series takes less than $1 million on a quiet weekend.Read more

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  10. South Korea Box Office: Local Film 'The Priests' on Top, 'Spectre' Debuts at No. 2

    2:50 am 11/16/2015

    The homegrown mystery drama accounted for almost half of the market share, the latest 007 film opened with $8 million, and 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind' returned to cinemas.Read more

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