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  1. SXSW: 'The Breakfast Club' Restored for 30th Anniversary Screening

    1:40 pm 3/2/2015

    Castmembers Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy will take audience questions in Austin. The movie will get special releases on Blu-ray and in select theaters.Read more

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  2. 'Spider-Man' Reboot Circling Director Drew Goddard

    1:02 pm 3/2/2015

    The director was attached to the villain spinoff 'Sinister Six.'Read more

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  3. Google Trumpets Victory Over MPAA in Mississippi

    12:51 pm 3/2/2015

    A federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction with a detailed opinion forthcoming on whether to halt the state's attorney general from issuing subpoenas to Google.Read more

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  4. Remembering Dr. Seuss: Four Book-to-Film Adaptations, Ranked

    12:20 pm 3/2/2015

    The famed children's book author was born on March 2, 1904.Read more

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  5. Disney Exec Lylle Breier Gets Expanded Role

    11:14 am 3/2/2015

    The 25-year vet will see film-related promotions and non-broadcast synergy activities fall under her leadership.Read more

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  6. 'Sound of Music' Soundtrack Turns 50: Inside the Original Recording Sessions

    11:00 am 3/2/2015

    The movie's musical participants share memories of making the beloved album, released 50 years ago today.Read more

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  7. Ethan Hawke Joining Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt in 'Magnificent Seven'

    10:37 am 3/2/2015

    The move will reteam Hawke with his 'Training Day' co-star and director. Read more

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  8. Original Replicant Joanna Cassidy Wants to Reprise 'Blade Runner' Role

    10:30 am 3/2/2015

    The Hollywood actress wants to return for the sequel. Read more

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  9. Box-Office Picture Darkens Amid Focus on Tentpoles, Analyst Says

    10:21 am 3/2/2015

    "Nearly identical film franchise strategies" at the studios risk "accelerating already-existing negative secular trends," warns Cowen's Doug Creutz who doesn't expect "significantly better" domestic performance this year.Read more

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