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  • Warner Bros. Legal Exec Janet Kobrin Dies at 72

    Warner Bros. exec Janet A. Kobrin died on Wednesday in Pasadena, Calif. after a long bout with illness. She was 72. Kobrin joined the Warner Bros. legal department in 1998 and most recently served as VP of senior intellectual property counsel and head of...
  • 'Amazing Spider-Man 2′ on Track for $95 Million-Plus Opening

    The second superhero blockbuster of the year, Marc Webb's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," is on track for a potential $95 million Stateside opening next month. According to insider estimates, the movie could earn as much as $100 million when it swing into...
  • Guy Ritchie's 'King Arthur' Set for July 2016 Release

    Warner Bros.' "King Arthur" is coming to theaters on July 22, 2016 -- the first title to land on that date. The slot has been the subject of recent speculation that WB will move its still-untitled Batman-Superman project back from May 6, 2016 to the...
  • Major Record Labels Sue Megaupload for Massive Copyright Infringement

    Major record labels Warner Music, UMG, Sony and Capitol Records on Thursday followed Hollywood studios in filing a copyright infringement suit against Megaupload, accusing the site of fostering and even promoting access to pirated music. In the suit,...
  • Hulu Head of Original Series Charlotte Koh Departs

    Charlotte Koh, head of development for Hulu's original series responsible for series including "Deadbeat" and Seth Meyers' "The Awesomes," is leaving the company after three years. "We thank Charlotte for her amazing contributions over the past three...
  • 'Frozen' Soundtrack Nears 'The Lion King's' Album Chart Record

    The "Frozen" soundtrack has iced another week at No. 1 on the U.S. album chart, and is looking to tie a record performance by music from a Disney animated film. The tuner logged a ninth non-consecutive frame at the top with sales of 149,000 (off 8%),...
  • Sony Pictures closes $200-million financing deal

    Sony Pictures closes $200-million financing deal
    Sony Pictures Entertainment has closed a $200-million co-financing deal with LStar Capital and Citibank, according to sources familiar with the matter who were not authorized to comment publicly. The multiyear equity and debt arrangement will cover...
  • Civil War Miniseries to Seek $2.5 Million on Kickstarter

    A veteran TV and film writer is trying his luck on Kickstarter to raise a whopping $2.5 million in support of a 10-hour miniseries about the Civil War. Michael Frost Beckner, whose credits include "Spy Game" and CBS series "The Agency," plans to unveil a...
  • Universal Makes 'Unprecedented' Investment in Hollywood Theme Park

    After adding a few new attractions over the last several years, including Michael Bay's "Transformers" ride and Peter Jackson's update of King Kong, Universal is making what it calls an "unprecedented" investment in transforming its Hollywood theme park,...
  • Hey you guys, don't sign up for a 'Goonies' sequel!

    Hey you guys, don't sign up for a 'Goonies' sequel!
    Every few years rumors percolate of an imminent sequel to the 1985 film classic "The Goonies." Director Richard Donner reignited the buzz last week, telling TMZ that the project is in the works, echoing star Sean Astin’s 2012 claim that a second...
  • Archie to die in upcoming comic; will gain life on the screen

    Archie to die in upcoming comic; will gain life on the screen
    Riverdale is in for a shock as its favorite son, the easygoing redhead Archie Andrews, is fated to die in an upcoming comic, CNN has reported. But as is often the case in comic-books deaths, Archie won't be disappearing altogether -- not from the page...
  • Captain America to take on Superman. WWE Net doesn't wow Wall St.

    After the coffee. Before reading Comcast's FCC public interest statement. The Skinny: I may have to start working East Coast hours. It will just make life easier for me. Either that or I need to hire a clone. Anyway, Tuesday's roundup includes stories...