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    How The 'Fantastic Four' Reboot Might Be Changing Canon, And Why That's A Good Thing

    Poor Josh Trank has had to answer a sea of rumors in putting together his vision for "The Fantastic Four." The scrutiny is understandable: this is a property that has been adapted into film twice already (three times if you count a basically-unreleased early '90s incarnation), each time failing to i...

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    Ruth Vitale now heads Creative America, an anti-piracy initiative backed by Hollywood

    Ruth Vitale, the long time acquisitions executive whom I met in the early days of video when she was an acquisitions executive at Vestron and I was the same with H. Ross Perot's Inovision.

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    Watch: Ben Stiller Imagines a Better World (And an Oscar?) for 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty'

    Ben Stiller may be known mainly as a funnyman to mainstream audiences, but the indie film crowd knows the "Zoolander" star is a perfectly capable thespian in any genre. Stiller's most notable portrayals of layered, dramatic characters are as Michael Grates in "Reality Bites," the grieving widower Ch...

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    Studios Sticking with Hulu

    Hulu was for sale. But studios 21st Century Fox, NBCUniversal and The Walt Disney Company are doubling down in the web streaming service. They will maintain their respective ownership positions and together have committed to lay down a cash infusion of $750 million. They say they're investing in fut...

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    New Digital Features for 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' -- Flipbook and Essay on Single Dads in Films

    Along with the new Blu-ray and DVD release of Benh Zeitlin's "Beasts of the Southern Wild," Twentieth Century Fox has created a couple of interactive features to accompany the film. The first is a "Hushpuppy Digital Flipbook," and the second is the mini-essay "Single Dad...

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    Ex-Disney Studio Chief Rich Ross Joins Elisabeth Murdoch's Shine America

    Having moved up through the Disney ranks to head of Disney Channels Worldwide and then a short tenure running the Disney Studio, Rich Ross is now taking over chairman Elisabeth Murdoch's TV and production company Shine America as CEO, reports Variety.

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    Bumble Ward Talks Leaving Fox

    Bumble Ward is out as PR chief at Twentieth Century Fox. "It was a mutual parting of the ways," she says. Her contract expires February 29, 2013, but she left the studio Monday. "We had different approaches."

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    Watch: Coldplay and Sigur Ros Buoy Lavish Trailer for Ang Lee's 'Life of Pi' (Video)

    Set off by musical selections from Sigur Ros and Coldplay, the new trailer for Ang Lee's adaptation of Yann Martel's bestselling 2001 novel "Life of Pi" makes for a lavish visual feast. As Pi Patel (played as an adult by Irrfan Kahn) narrates this adventurous epic, we are treated t...

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    Peter Rice Continues His Ascension at Fox, Now Chairman of Fox Networks Group

    Long known as a favorite of News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch and rising star at Twentieth Century Fox, Peter Rice was promoted two years ago from running motion picture subsidiary Fox Searchlight to being in charge of entertainment for Fox broadcast network and FX channel.

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