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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Oscars: Academy Disqualifies Afghan Foreign Language Entry 'Utopia'

    4:43 pm 11/15/2015

    The south-central Asian nation catches a bad break as its submission is found to contain too much English.Read more

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  5. 'Luther': Idris Elba, Co-Stars Preview Special

    4:01 pm 11/15/2015

    'Game of Thrones' and 'Ripper Street' talents discuss their characters, while Elba talks about what to expect from the drama's return, whether there will be a film and how the industry is doing in terms of diversity.Read more

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  6. Paris Attacks: Sports Events Postponed, Euro 2016 Organizer Against Cancellation

    5:32 am 11/15/2015

    "Wondering whether Euro 2016 must be canceled is playing the game of the terrorists," says the organizer of the soccer tournament scheduled to take place in 10 cities across France next year.Read more

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  7. Paris Attacks: Celebrities Worldwide React on Social Media

    5:07 am 11/15/2015

    Lea Seydoux, Chris Rock, Omar Sy, Madonna, Piers Morgan, U2, Delhi-based blogger Karuna Ezara Parikh and German and French soccer stars are among those who took to Twitter and Instagram.Read more

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  8. Paris Attacks: Biggest Cinema Chain in French Capital to Remain Closed on Sunday, MK2 Opens

    1:04 am 11/15/2015

    Big movies that have been playing in France include 'Spectre,' 'The Martian' and 'Pan.'Read more

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  9. Paris Attacks: Disneyland Paris to Remain Closed Through Tuesday

    12:47 am 11/15/2015

    "We mourn those lost to the horrific attacks in Paris," says Euro Disney president Tom Wolber.Read more

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  10. Governors Awards: Current Oscar Hopefuls Threaten to Steal Honorees' Limelight

    12:03 am 11/15/2015

    Some 2015 contenders like Jane Fonda, Cate Blanchett and Samuel L. Jackson had clear reasons for being at the gathering, while others' attendance seemed more opportunistic.Read more

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