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Julian Assange Says He is to Leave London’s Ecuadorian Embassy “Soon”

But the WikiLeaks founder claims his departure after more than two years inside might not be for reasons of ill-health, as reported by the U.K.'s Sky News

Belgium Expands Tax Shelter Scheme

The tax program, which helped finance features including "Grace of Monaco" and Martin Scorcese's upcoming "Silence" will be extended to non-European features.

Benedict Cumberbatch on Being a Workaholic, Coping With Fame and Avoiding Social Media (Exclusive Video)

The British A-lister sits down with THR's awards analyst for the first installment of "In Conversation," a new collaboration between BAFTA-NY and THR that offers artists a chance to discuss in-depth…

The Guardian Names Edward Snowden Person of the Year

The American whistleblower was the overwhelming favorite for the honor, as voted on by readers of the British newspaper.

Constantin Film to Adapt Timur Vermes’ Hitler Comedy ‘Look Who’s Back’

The comedic novel posits the return of Adolf Hitler to modern-day Germany, where he becomes a television celebrity.

Germany’s Constantin Sells DreamWorks Titles to ProSiebenSat.1

The deal will see ProSieben take all DreamWorks titles through 2016, including Vince Vaughn-starrer "Delivery Man" and video game adaptation "Need for Speed" with Aaron Paul.

’12 Years a Slave,’ ‘Captain Phillips’ and the Race to Fact-Check Oscar Hopefuls

In the age of Google, today's omnipresent accuracy accusations are becoming increasingly irrelevant.

‘The Fifth Estate’ Star Daniel Bruhl, German VIPs, Call for Asylum for Edward Snowden

German politicians are suggesting that the NSA whistleblower should testify over the allegations that the U.S. tapped the cell phone of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

WikiLeaks Sabotages ‘Fifth Estate’ With Its Own Julian Assange Film

Free downloads of "Mediastan" are offered up just as "The Fifth Estate" bombs in North America -- the worst opening of the year so far for a film opening in more than 1,500 theaters.

Box Office: ‘Gravity’ No. 1 Again With $31 Million; ‘Fifth Estate’ Flops With $1.7 Million

UPDATED: "Captain Phillips" also stands tough to come in No. 2 ahead of "Carrie," which debuts to $17 million; Sylvester Stallone-Arnold Schwarzenegger action pic "Escape Plan" falters at No. 5 with…

Box Office: WikiLeaks Pic ‘The Fifth Estate’ Bombing Friday

"Escape Plan" -- starring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger -- is likewise withering and may not get to $10 million; "Gravity" could hit $30 million to stay at No. 1 in its third weekend…

Box Office Preview: Can ‘Carrie’ Scare ‘Gravity’ Off Top Spot?

Prospects are dim for big-budget action pic "Escape Plan," starring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger, and modestly budgeted WikiLeaks pic "The Fifth Estate."