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    Was Sony Hacking Behind Latest Piracy Scare?

    An ongoing issue that threatens the entertainment industry popped up over the holiday weekend.

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    Top Ten Takeaways: Why 'Hunger Games' Dropped & Hurt 'Interstellar' & 'Beyond the Lights'

    If Hollywood was counting on "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I" to save the annual box office, it didn't. Instead the weekend Top Ten films were $30 million or 14% below last year, when "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" opened. "Mockingjay" took in a handsome $123 million, but that was $35 mill...

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    Five Smart Moves from Shia LaBeouf

    Shia LaBeouf just gave the performance of his life this month. No, not the one in his latest film, the brutal World War II drama “Fury.” But for a guy who's been known as a social-media punching bag, the 28-year-old one-time “Transformers” star garnered some mighty respectful reviews as a Scripture-...

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    Top Ten Takeaways: Brad Pitt Starrer 'Fury' Leads Fall Box Office Surge

    This weekend "Fury" starring Brad Pitt led three new films and replaced the still strong "Gone Girl" in the top position. Going into October after a weak September, it looked near impossible to top last year's strong offerings led by "Gravity." Yet every October weekend so far as been up: this week ...

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    'Fury' Director David Ayer Recruits Brad Pitt to Kill More Nazis

    After "End of Watch," David Ayer was naturally drawn to "Fury," another intense, day in the life pressure cooker about a tank crew at the end of World War II in the heart of Germany. But his script attracted A-lister Brad Pitt --as well as Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal --...

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