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  1. Obergefell v. Hodges Marriage Equality Book to Precede Movie

    8:14 am 7/21/2015

    '21 Years to Midnight' will publish on the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision. Read more

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  2. How Hollywood Filmmakers Can Supply China's VFX Demand

    6:47 am 7/21/2015

    Top experts from Hollywood and Asia are learning from South Korea to foray into the world's fastest expanding film market.Read more

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  3. AMC Theatres CEO Gerry Lopez to Step Down

    5:21 am 7/21/2015

    The exhibitor's board names CFO Craig Ramsey interim president and CEO and Lopez says he plans to take on a new opportunity in a different industry.Read more

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  4. Verizon Quarterly Pay TV Sub Growth Slows, Demand for New "Skinny" Bundles Ahead of Estimates

    4:57 am 7/21/2015

    The telecom giant's FiOS video service added 26,000 subscribers, compared with 100,000 in the year-ago quarter. Read more

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  5. London-Based Movie Streaming Startup We Are Colony Raises $2 Million in Funding

    1:12 am 7/21/2015

    The company, which offers independent films on a pay-per-title basis, wants to be a "global video destination for engaged audiences."Read more

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  6. Trailer Report: 'Suicide Squad' Tops 'Batman v. Superman'

    6:30 pm 7/20/2015

    And then there’s Leonardo DiCaprio at No. 3.Read more

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  7. Adweek's Creative 100: Amy Schumer, Mindy Kaling Land on List of America's Most Inventive Talent

    11:10 am 7/20/2015

    Picks from the worlds of advertising, marketing, media, tech and beyond.Read more

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  8. FIFA to Elect New President in February, Set up Reform Task Force

    7:59 am 7/20/2015

    The world soccer governing body says the group will consider reforms amid the recent scandal and corruption probes. Read more

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  9. Throwback Thursday: In 1962, Atticus Finch Wasn’t a Racist

    6:00 am 7/20/2015

    Mary Badham, who played Scout in ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ defends Harper Lee’s ‘Go Set a Watchman’: “[Atticus] is making compromises that you had to make in order to survive in the South.”Read more

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