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Less biz from Hollywood has some L.A. companies scrambling

by Aaron Schrank Jan 8, 2013
With more and more movies being filmed outside of Hollywood, Los Angeles businesses that once solely depended on the movie industry have to find new ways to make money.
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Action figures for 'Django Unchained'

by Kai Ryssdal Jan 8, 2013
Quentin Tarantino's new film has some possibly controversial merchandise.

First predictions for 'The Hobbit' at the box office

by Jeff Horwich Dec 4, 2012
When 'The Hobbit' comes out next Friday, it'll be the first major outing for a new movie technology. It's the first major studio movie to be shot at 48 frames per second.

Tolkien's estate battles over 'Hobbit' rights

by David Weinberg Nov 28, 2012
The issue isn't "Hobbit" action figures and merchandise, but intangible uses like a Hobbit ringtone.

Darth Mickey: Disney to buy Lucasfilm

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 30, 2012
Hollywood insider Sharon Waxman, of The Wrap, breaks down Disney's $4.05 billion deal to buy filmmaker George Lucas' production company, Lucasfilm.

Coen brothers return to Fargo

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 24, 2012
Some Fargo residents didn't love the Coen Brothers' famous film. So will they embrace a TV adaptation 16 years later?

Why the box office went bust last weekend

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Sep 10, 2012
Movies had their poorest showing since the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

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Hollywood looks to China for 3D movies

by Rob Schmitz Aug 27, 2012
"The Dark Knight Rises" and "The Amazing Spiderman" are being released in China. Hollywood expects big audiences and big profits from offering the movies as a 3D experience there.

'Dark Knight Rises' hits economic inequality theme

by Mark Garrison Jul 18, 2012
The new Batman film is an action flick spiced with an undercurrent of economic inequality. Bruce Wayne, after all, is a one-percenter.

Comic-Con still a must-go for film industry

by Marketplace Contributor Jul 12, 2012
Movie studios aren't all screening new films, though. Some find the convention is a place to make deals without having a high profile.