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  • ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Child Star Mara Wilson Has ‘No Interest’ in Sequel

    Fox 2000 is planning a sequel to 1993 hit Robin Williams comedy “Mrs. Doubtfire,” but former child star Mara Wilson has “no interest” in reprising her role as Williams’ youngest daughter, Natalie Hillard. And I have no interest in being in one now,” Wilson wrote on Twitter. Wilson — also famous for…

    The Wrap
  • 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' Clip Puts Quidditch to Shame

    Quidditch is child's play. In this first clip from DreamWorks Animation's "How to Train Your Dragon 2," we see that the kids from the first movie have grown up but they can still play rough. Taking place five years after the events of the original, the young Vikings who were frightened and…

    Yahoo Movies
  • Balance Transfer Credit Cards: Top Offers for 2014

    Balance transfer credit card offers are designed to help people consolidate their credit card debt onto one card. Save money on interest charges.

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  • Nancy Kirkpatrick Out as Lionsgate, Summit Merge Marketing Operations

    Lionsgate and Summit have merged their marketing divisions into one entity, it was announced Thursday, forcing the ouster of longtime Summit marketing exec Nancy Kirkpatrick, who oversaw the “Twilight” and “Divergent” campaigns at the company. As a result, Tim Palen, Lionsgate’s chief marketing…

    Variety
  • Cynthia Lopez, ‘POV’ Co-Executive Producer, Will Be New York City Film Czar

    Cynthia Lopez, an executive vice-president and co-executive producer of the PBS documentary series “POV,” is New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's choice as the city's new TV and film czar. Lopez will step in as commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting, replacing Katherine…

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  • You've Got to Have Hart

    Playwright Moss Hart's "Act One" is the best Broadway memoir ever written. Now, finally, a thrillingly well-staged adaptation that does the book justice.

    The Wall Street Journal
  • IMAX CEO: IPO of China arm still a long way off

    IMAX does not plan to list its China unit for another five years, its CEO told CNBC on Thursday, but when the time comes it will take place in Asia.

    CNBC
  • Elsa's Frozen Dress: The Hottest Gown in Town

    With a shortage of dresses, parents are paying up to $1,600 on EBay

    BusinessWeek
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    TRON CYCLE

    KINDA COOL: Disney's Tron movie is getting even more lifelike with a new prototype light cycle.

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  • River Cruises 50% Off

    Sail on a relaxing river cruise along the world’s major waterways. See our 2-for-1 specials, early bird discounts and last-minute deals.

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  • Hollywood Begs for a Tax Break in Some States, Including California

    A battle for filmmaking tax credits has begun in several states — including in California, the home of Hollywood — and has led to cutbacks in others like Maryland.

    The New York Times
  • Gener8 CEO and President Interviewed by Streetwise Reports

    Big data is taking over the world, and Rory Armes and Ken Scott of Gener8 Media Corp. know why. In this interview with Streetwise Reports' Special Situations, the two Vancouver-based upstarts discuss the ...

    Marketwired
  • Twistory Names Karl R. Wolfe Studio President

    Twistory Entertainment Studios today announced the appointment of Karl R. Wolfe as President of the Company. Wolfe, a long-time executive mentor and business consultant for the ent

    Business Wire
  • 'Draft Day': What We Want From Sports Movies

    Jason Gay : As with most sports films, the new football movie 'Draft Day' takes some liberties with what life is like in the NFL. But how essential is realism in sports movies?

    The Wall Street Journal
  • Box Office: ‘Spider-Man 2′ Swings Into Action O’seas With $5.5 Mil

    Slinging its web to a few overseas territories early, Sony’s “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ grossed nearly $5.5 million in opening day from four markets, the largest of which is the U.K., which contributed $2.7 million. In each of the debut territories, “Spider-Man 2″ scored the largest single…

    Variety
  • ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2' Posts Year's Best Opening Day in 4 Markets

    The Marvel superhero sequel took in $2.7 million in the U.K. and $190,000 in Belgium on Wednesday, along with $1.4 million in Australia and $1.1 million in Germany on Thursday.  Marc Webb returns as the director for “The Amazing Spider-Man” sequel, which has a script from Roberto Orci and Alex…

    The Wrap
  • The World of Suzani and Handwoven Ikat Textiles

    100% silk scarf made from hand woven Ikat fabric by a family of craftsman. Native plants such as usma were used to dye 100% silk threads

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  • UPDATE: MPAA Approves ‘Fed Up’ Key Art After “Reconsideration”

    UPDATED Wednesday, 10:09 PM: After “a reconsideration” of its earlier hard stance against the Key Art for the documentary Fed Up citing ‘offensive language’, the MPAA’s advertising administration reversed its decision late Wednesday night and will now allow the art for the Radius-TWC docu without…

    Deadline.com
  • Drafthouse Films’ Evan Husney Departing Creative Director Post

    Drafthouse Films‘ Evan Husney is stepping down from his post as Creative Director after nearly three years at the upstart distribution label. New York-based Husney, 27, will be shifting focus to producing and is working with directors Jason Eisener (Hobo With A Shotgun) and Todd Rohal (The…

    Deadline.com
  • 'Star Wars' Set Spotted in Abu Dhabi Desert

    Following recent rumors that the seventh installment in the "Star Wars" series would feature scenes on Tatooine comes what might be evidence of recreating Luke's home planet.

    Yahoo Movies
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    Chelsea Clinton Is Pregnant

    Chelsea Clinton says she and her husband are expecting their first child later this year. The daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says she and her husband are "very excited." (April 17)

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  • Film Review: ‘Be My Baby’

    This sharp satire offers an unflattering portrait of undereducated, low-income Japanese twentysomethings.

    Variety
  • 'Captain America: Winter Soldier' Visual Effects Explained

    "We used digital doubles in ways where we might not have used them prior," said ILM VFX supervisor Russell Earl.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Auto Dealers Cut Prices for April to Move Stock

    New car dealers are cutting their prices for the beginning of April. Visit Auto-Price-Finder.com, select your vehicle, and compare dealer quotes!

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