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THE REPORT: When Jai Courtney landed the role of John McClane's son in "A Good Day to Die Hard," it marked the end of an unusual five-month search.
THE REPORT: With "Homeland" collecting critical kudos, interest in TV formats from Israel has never been hotter.
THE REPORT: International film executives are saying danke as the bonanza European Film Market comes to a close.
THE REPORT: Lots of deals, a wide variety of distributors and reasonable prices at the Sundance Film Festival.
THE REPORT: After a slow start, Sundance may yet generate an avalanche of acquisitions.
THE REPORT: It took nearly a century, but film and television actors might finally be close to joining forces in a single union.
THE REPORT: Who wins and loses as Lionsgate buys Summit Entertainment.
THE REPORT: Movies from Marvel Comics may top the box office, but DC Comics' relaunch of its core titles is a publishing home run.
THE REPORT: The music industry had never seen anything quite like Odd Future.
THE REPORT: George Clooney will star in a play about the court battles over Proposition 8.
THE REPORT: Comedy Central has lined its development slate with sketch artists, stick figures, robots and the revival of a 1980s-style public affairs show.
THE REPORT: ABC's "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" are being left to die, five months after the network OK'd a plan to continue the long-running soaps online.