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  1. Russian Production Company Plans Drama on 1972 Olympic Basketball Team

    7:16 am 3/27/2015

    'Road to the Top' will center on the final between the USSR and the U.S.Read more

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  2. In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of 'Home,' 'Get Hard' and More

    6:30 am 3/27/2015

    Read what THR's critics are saying about the Ben Stiller dramedy 'While We're Young' and the Jennifer Lawrence-Bradley Cooper drama 'Serena.'Read more

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  3. 'Get Hard': What the Critics Are Saying

    5:00 am 3/27/2015

    Will Ferrell enlists the help of Kevin Hart to toughen up before a stint in federal prison. Read more

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  4. ‘All About Them’ (‘A trois on y va’): Film Review

    2:16 am 3/27/2015

    Jerome Bonnell (“Just a Sigh”) tackles a very Gallic genre in this three-way dramedyRead more

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  5. Ben Affleck Drops 'Batman' Reference in His Testimony to Congress (Video)

    7:38 pm 3/26/2015

    A fellow 'Batman v Superman' actor was on the Senate panel. Read more

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  6. Gene Simmons Partners With WWE Studios To Launch Horror-Movie Label

    7:12 pm 3/26/2015

    Erebus Pictures' three-movie deal starts with 'Temple.'Read more

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  7. Jacqueline Bisset Defends Her 'Welcome to New York' Director Abel Ferrara As "Uncompromising"

    7:07 pm 3/26/2015

    The director has been battling with IFC Films, which is releasing his new film inspired by the Dominque Strauss-Kahn scandal.Read more

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  8. Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Talks to Star in 'Force Majeure' Remake (Exclusive)

    4:45 pm 3/26/2015

    Fox Searchlight has picked up the rights to the award-winning Swedish drama. Read more

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  9. Teen Action-Comedy 'Barely Lethal' Wins Appeal to Overturn R Rating

    3:35 pm 3/26/2015

    Hailee Steinfeld, Samuel L. Jackson and Jessica Alba star in the movie.Read more

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  10. Lionsgate's Codeblack Films, USC Unveil Scholarship Program, Screenwriting Contest

    2:41 pm 3/26/2015

    The partnership between the two organizations will award scholarships to USC students and award $25,000 to the best feature film and TV scripts targeted to African-Americans. Read more

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