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  1. Man accused of extorting Winfrey waives hearing

    4:00 am 1/9/2007

    The case against an Atlanta man reportedly accused of trying to extort $1.5 million from Oprah Winfrey is likely headed to a grand jury.Read more

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  2. Cameron sets live-action, CG epic for 2009

    4:00 am 1/9/2007

    James Cameron is set to direct "Avatar," his first dramatic feature since the Oscar-winning blockbuster "Titanic" in 1997. Cameron will start virtual photography on the sci-fi epic in April, with live-action photography commencing in August, for a summer 2009 release.Read more

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  3. Iger touts digital in CES keynote

    4:00 am 1/9/2007

    Walt Disney Co. president and CEO Robert Iger used old-fashioned star power to tout new-media strengths inside his company during his keynote address Monday at the Consumer Electronics Show. (Reuters photo)Read more

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  4. CFG eyes new cinema circuit

    4:00 am 1/9/2007

    BEIJING -- China Film Group plans a new cinema circuit that could include four theaters it purchased after Warner Bros. International Cinemas (WBIC) divested its Chinese holdings in November, an unnamed senior CFG official told local media Monday.Read more

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  5. Italian court slaps age ban on 'Apocalypto'

    4:00 am 1/9/2007

    ROME - An Italian court has barred youths under 14 from seeing Mel Gibson's gory new film, "Apocalypto," overthrowing a decision by the country's censors who had deemed the movie fit for children.Read more

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  6. Race on as pair set 'Mad World' sequel

    4:00 am 1/9/2007

    "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" just got a little madder.Read more

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  7. Big year in France as Euro admissions jump

    4:00 am 1/9/2007

    After a double-digit downturn across most of the continent in 2005, European cinema admissions were buoyed back up last year in most major territories, thanks to such U.S. hits as "Ice Age: The Meltdown," left.Read more

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  8. Who's to blame for demise of auteurs?

    4:00 am 1/9/2007

    In 2001, three of France's most respected independent producers -- Humbert Balsan, Paolo Branco and Gilles Sandoz -- formed a distribution alliance called Pirates. Five years later, Balsan has committed suicide; Branco's company filed for bankruptcy protection; and Sandoz is finding it increasingly tough to complete financing on projects.Read more

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  9. Rotterdam fest selects 15 for Tiger competition

    4:00 am 1/9/2007

    AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands -- Fifteen titles have been selected to compete for the International Film Festival Rotterdam's €10,000 ($13,000) Tiger Award, organizers said Monday in announcing the festival's main competition lineup. The award comes complete with guaranteed distribution in the Netherlands.Read more

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  10. Paris Rendez-Vous lures buyers

    4:00 am 1/9/2007

    PARIS -- The 9th annual Rendez-Vous with French Cinema looks set for a bumper edition this weekend, with a handful of high-profile movies making their world premieres before buyers at the annual Paris screenings.Read more

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