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  • Why Google Won't Buy Time Warner -- And Shouldn't

    Google can swoop in and buy Time Warner, but why bother? The tech giant is doing just fine, thank you very much. With $61.2 billion in cash and a market cap of $397.62 billion, it could blow 21st Century Fox out of the water if it were to enter what is...
  • Liam Neeson's Action-Thriller 'Run All Night' Set for April 17

    Warner Bros. has set Liam Neeson's action-thriller for April 17 -- the fifth major release to land on the date. Neeson stars as an aging hitman forced to take on his former boss to protect his family. Jaume Collet-Serra directs from Brad Ingelsby's...
  • Pandora partners with Merlin in first direct record label deal

    Pandora partners with Merlin in first direct record label deal
    Pandora Media Inc., the biggest Internet radio company, has forged a partnership with the independent music rights group Merlin, marking the first direct deal between the popular music streaming firm and record labels. As part of the agreement,...
  • Lawson Acquires United Cinemas in Japan

    TOKYO -- Lawson, a major Japanese convenience store chain, has acquired multiplex operator United Cinemas, company officials announced today. The deal, said to be worth nearly $100 million, will give Lawson all United Cinemas shares. Lawson subsidiary...
  • Visual-Effects Artists Urge Tariffs to Fight Runaway Production

    Sony's announcement in June that it was moving its Imageworks headquarters to Vancouver delivered yet another blow to Los Angeles as it struggles to retain the nuts and bolts of production while other states and nations offer lavish sweeteners. But to...
  • TV Review: Frontline's 'Losing Iraq'

    Frontline's "Losing Iraq" is, in essence, the foreign-policy companion to the PBS news program's recent domestic-surveillance treatise "United States of Secrets," offering an evenhanded approach to a topic where reason is often drowned out elsewhere by...
  • Politicians try to jump-start Dodgers TV talks. 'Seinfeld' to Netflix?

    Politicians try to jump-start Dodgers TV talks. 'Seinfeld' to Netflix?
    After the coffee. Before seeing which politicians weigh in on the Dodgers TV mess today. The Skinny: The dog days of summer are almost upon us. Of course, I have a cat so that doesn't really apply to me. Today's roundup includes more politicians trying...
  • Jim Gaffigan Comedy Nabs Series Order from TV Land

    Jim Gaffigan's domestic comedy "The Gaffigan Show" has landed a series order at TV Land. The show, which has a 10-episode order for a 2015 premiere, revolves around Gaffigan's life as a standup comic and father who struggles with an insatiable appetite....
  • Awards Race Shaping Up for Below-the-Line Talent

    Artisans account for 10 of the Academy's 17 branches. Yet Oscar handicappers tend to focus on the best pic and/or acting races. Those pundits don't know what they're missing. For one thing, the artists are often more fun to talk with than the stars. More...
  • Jamie Foxx to Play Mike Tyson in New Film (EXCLUSIVE)

    Having already played the corner man to one of the greatest boxers of all-time, Jamie Foxx looks ready to get back in the ring to portray one of the most recognizable boxers and sports figures of this generation. Sources tell Variety that Foxx is...
  • 'Whiplash' Producer David Lancaster Launches Company (EXCLUSIVE)

    After eight years as co-president at Bold Films, David Lancaster has launched Rumble as a production-development-financing company. Rumble has already attached Juan Carlos Fresnadillo to direct spy thriller "Tin Man" from a script by Seth Lochhead ("...