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  1. Willem Dafoe Joins Glenn Close, Noomi Rapace in 'What Happened to Monday'

    3:58 am 7/31/2015

    The Oscar-nominee boards the sci-fi thriller as it starts principal photograhy in Romania.Read more

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  2. Relativity Bankruptcy: Company "Intends to Continue" Joint Venture with India's B4U Networks

    11:29 pm 7/30/2015

    Launched last year, Relativity's India joint venture announced Bollywood remakes of 'The Best of Me,' 'Oculus,' '3 Days to Kill' and 'Masterminds.'Read more

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  3. Relativity Bankruptcy: The Fallout for Its Movies

    7:44 pm 7/30/2015

    While a few films — like 'Masterminds' and 'Kidnap' — remain on the release schedule, many other projets are in flux.Read more

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  4. Box Office: 'Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation' Cruising to $52.5M U.S. Debut

    5:48 pm 7/30/2015

    Elsewhere, New Line's 'Vacation' is a disappointment.Read more

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  5. Elders React to 'Batman v. Superman' Trailer: "This Is Very Confusing"

    5:11 pm 7/30/2015

    One viewer said of Wonder Woman, "Is that Xena?”Read more

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  6. N. Brock Winkless IV, the Puppeteer of Chucky in 'Child's Play,' Dies at 56

    4:49 pm 7/30/2015

    He also was the Crypt Keeper in 'Tales From the Crypt.'Read more

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  7. 'Straight Outta Compton': Film Review

    3:24 pm 7/30/2015

    Ice Cube and Dr. Dre enlist F. Gary Gray to tell the story of seminal rap group.Read more

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  8. Relativity TV’s Tom Forman Addresses Staff: "Ignore the Noise" of Bankruptcy

    3:22 pm 7/30/2015

    With series like 'Limitless' and 'Catfish,' the company's TV division becomes one of its prime assets.Read more

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  9. Regal CEO Says Paramount's Early VOD Plan "Does Not Make Sense"

    2:18 pm 7/30/2015

    Amy Miles is the first top theater executive to speak out against Paramount's bold proposal. Read more

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  10. Throwback Thursday: 30 Years Ago, Rock Hudson Revealed He Had AIDS

    1:00 pm 7/30/2015

    The acting legend's final words to Hollywood were read at an AIDS fundraiser by Burt Lancaster: "I am not happy that I have AIDS, but if that is helping others, I can, at least, know that my own misfortune has had some positive worth."Read more

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