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    First Look? Alleged Photo Of The Thing From ‘The Fantastic Four’ Surfaces

    If you were paying attention to the online chatter about Comic-Con last night—and we don’t blame you if you weren’t—you probably noticed a lot of griping. The consensus seemed to be that 20th Century Fox's presentation was underwhelming. Fans were asking where the promotion for “The Fantastic Four” ...

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    Daily Reads: Hollywood and Gay History, Watching Woody Allen Post-Dylan Farrow and More

    Plus: connecting "The Shining" and "Planes: Fire and Rescue" and how Fox is tearing down the wall between networks and studios.

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    Daily Reads: IFC Rebrands, the Disappearing Indie Genre Film and More

    IFC rebrands, smart genre films get the short shrift, and other essential stories for the day.

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    Interview: Director Matt Reeves Explores The "Anatomy Of Violence" In ‘Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes’

    Tribalism, the rise and fall of civilizations, broken brotherhoods and the tragic failure to coexist: these are not the familiar ingredients for a summer tentpole movie. And yet here they are in Matt Reeves’ well-considered, thoughtful and morally complex, “Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes,” a summer ...

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    Watch: Trailer for Ridley Scott Biblical Epic 'Exodus: Gods and Kings' is Out of Control

    In 20th Century Fox's first trailer for the film, it's not the story that will make you pause, but rather the intricate CGI used to build the world of the film.

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    BOI WEEKLY: Fox/Warners Toe-To-Toe For Box Office Market Share Lead

    An influx of titles ("Edge Of Tomorrow", "Jersey Boys", "Tammy") has allowed Warners to (temporarily) catch Fox as the two currently sit atop the market share leaderboard. But the gang in Burbank should enjoy it now as a bunch of apes should return Fox to the top of the box office mountain by this ...

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    Warners & Fox Now Neck And Neck For Market Share Lead

    Thanks to Dreamworks' Dragon, a few X-Men and faulty stars, Fox has now moved into a virtual tie with Warners for box office market share supremacy

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    Discuss: Is 23 Super Hero Movies Over The Next 4 Years Too Much?

    A simple, but terrific (and possibly frightening) observation has been made by our friends over at Rope Of Silicon: over the next four years, if everything goes according to plan for every studio, we're going to see twenty-three (count ‘em) super hero films. Because, as you know, the comic book movi...

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    Immersed in Movies: Dean DeBlois Talks Directing 'How to Train Your Dragon 2'

    How to Train Your Dragon 2 is quite simply the best animated feature yet from DreamWorks, and the obvious frontrunner for the Oscar race. Dean DeBlois has therefore exceeded all expectations with an ambitious vision for Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and Toothless and the world they inhabit in Berk and beyon...

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    Warners Remains Market Share King But "Maleficent" Moves Disney Into 2nd

    Warners has a solid hold on the studio box office market share derby and thanks to a big weekend with "Maleficent", Disney has now slipped into the #2 slot. The next few weeks should see Fox move into contention with both "The Fault In Our Stars" and "How To Train Your Dragon 2". Should be interes...

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