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  1. Kerry Washington, Emma Watson, Lena Dunham Thank Women in Sheryl Sandberg's #LeanInTogether Campaign

    6:53 am 6/23/2016

    "I'm not sure what my life would look like if it were not for Shonda Rhimes," said Kerry Washington.Read more

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  2. Tom Rothman on 'Spider-Man' Plans and Loving 'Ghostbusters' Trolls: "Can We Please Get Some More Haters to Say Stupid Things?"

    6:45 am 6/23/2016

    Sony’s movie chief believes the men against his movie are doing the marketing for him, bets big on ghosts, Jennifer Lawrence and a global strategy.Read more

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  3. Tom Rothman Talks Leaving Fox, Going From Law to Film: Executive Suite

    6:15 am 6/23/2016

    "That was an unexpected development from me. But it turned out to be a real blessing," Sony’s movie chief tells THR of his departure from Fox.Read more

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  4. European Films Still Struggle to Cross Borders

    5:15 am 6/23/2016

    European releases outnumber U.S. titles four to one but few Euro films have an impact outside their home territory, new study finds. Read more

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  5. Luc Besson's EuropaCorp Skips CineEurope for Comic-Con

    4:08 am 6/23/2016

    The director will showcase exclusive footage from the recently concluded 'Valerian' shoot in San Diego in July. Read more

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  6. Geena Davis to Star in Indie Comedy 'Don't Talk to Irene' (Exclusive)

    4:08 am 6/23/2016

    The Oscar winner returns to the big screen after a multiple-episode arc on ABC's 'Grey's Anatomy.' Read more

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  7. Moscow Film Fest Kicks Off With Cannes Faves and Local Hopefuls

    3:55 am 6/23/2016

    The event will close with a local premiere of Woody Allen's 'Café Society.'Read more

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  8. British Film Industry Calls for U.K. to Remain in EU as Brexit Vote Begins

    1:46 am 6/23/2016

    U.K. celebrities, including Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley, Jude Law and Chiwetel Ejiofor, signed a 'love letter' to British voters urging them to vote to remain, but polls suggest the referendum is too close to call. Read more

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  9. Nordisk Acquires Remaining Titles in Hit 'Department Q' Franchise

    1:31 am 6/23/2016

    Film adaptations of the first three books in Jussi Adler-Olsen's Danish noir series have been box offices hits in Scandinavia. Read more

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  10. Das Re-Boot: Bavaria, Sky Greenlight 'Das Boot' Series Sequel

    12:33 am 6/23/2016

    The eight-part TV series kicks off from where Wolfgang Petersen's Oscar-nominated classic ended. Read more

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