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  1. Box Office: How Overseas Saved Summer ... Sort Of

    5:00 am 10/2/2014

    Final numbers reveal hits like 'Transformers' and 'Maleficent' made up for falling U.S. ticket sales, but smaller revenue splits and declining mature markets mount worryRead more

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  2. Microsoft Pays $2.5 Billion for 'Minecraft' Maker Mojang

    7:06 am 9/15/2014

    The Swedish firm is behind the popular video game, which boasts 100 million users worldwideRead more

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  3. Acme 'Looney Tunes' Movie Finds New Momentum with 'X-Men: First Class' Writers (Exclusive)

    3:07 pm 8/26/2014

    But wait, there's more: 'Crazy Stupid Love' directors also are in talks to boardRead more

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  4. 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' Hits $500 Million After Opening in China

    11:58 am 8/15/2014

    The DreamWorks Animation film has passed 'Rio 2' and 'The Lego Movie' at the worldwide box officeRead more

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  5. Hollywood's Calendar Clog-Up: What's Behind a Rush of Mystery Movies

    5:00 am 8/13/2014

    Marvel vs. DC? That's just the beginning as more than 20 superhero pics head to theaters by 2020 and a studio "pissing contest" hits comical heightsRead more

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  6. Two More 'Lego' Movies Get Release Dates

    5:21 pm 8/6/2014

    Warner Bros. stakes out Memorial Day weekend in 2018 and 2019 for two untitled movies; sources say the plan is for "Lego" titles.Read more

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  7. '22 Jump Street' Directors on a 'Lego Movie' Sequel, Kevin Reilly's Exit and Violence in Movies (Q&A)

    12:00 pm 6/4/2014

    Lord Miller principals Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, who have a deal with 20th TV, talk to THR about whether raunchy movies play a role in violent shootings, what animation and live-action have in common and why broadcast sitcoms still have a future.Read more

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  8. Cineplex Sees Earnings Fall on Brutal Winter, Weaker Film Slate

    5:17 am 5/8/2014

    The Canadian exhibition giant faced theater closures and power outages due to extreme weather conditions in parts of the country during the first quarter of 2014. Read more

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  9. U.K. Cinema Admissions See First-Quarter Slump

    5:49 am 4/23/2014

    January-March ticket sales of 39.9 million were 2.1 million lower than in the year-ago period despite attention-grabbing rollouts for "The Wolf Of Wall Street" and "The Lego Movie."Read more

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  10. Glenn Beck Moves Into Movie Production (Exclusive)

    8:00 am 4/16/2014

    The conservative radio host tells THR he is developing three original stories as theatrical films: one set in ancient history, one in modern history and a third he considers "faith-based."Read more

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