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THE REPORT: Fox is building its own Marvel-style superhero universe with X-Men.
THE REPORT: News Corp. and Rupert Murdoch are doubling down on the sports business segment.
THE REPORT: Time Warner Cable's deal to carry L.A. Lakers games marked the vindication of a risky programming strategy.
THE REPORT: Matthew McConaughey's recent weight loss for a role has gotten the actor plenty of attention.
THE REPORT: Teen fantasies have dominated AFM for several years, but this year the baby boomers took over.
THE REPORT: Best-selling author Nicholas Sparks is expanding into TV.
THE REPORT: The most powerful man in cable news isn't going anywhere.
THE REPORT: Is there anyone hotter right now than Ben Affleck? Warner Bros doesn't think so.
THE REPORT: Random House is taking a big risk by spending $3.7 million on "Girls" creator Lena Dunham's proposed book.
THE REPORT: Marc Webb's return to the director's chair for the next "Amazing Spider-Man" almost got tangled in a nasty web.
THE REPORT: The battle for AEG is on as Patrick Soon-Shiong aims to purchase a prize even bigger than the Dodgers.
THE REPORT: What began as cautious optimism turned into a low-budget buying spree at the Toronto International Film Festival.