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Here's why some of Trump's policies have been pretty good for Hollywood so far

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Jun 6, 2018
Motion Picture Association of America CEO Charlie Rivkin talks about the business of making movies and more.
“My industry and me in particular, we were one of the first out in support of the tax deal that [President Donald Trump] put forward," says Charlie Rivkin, CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America. Above, he speaks at CinemaCon in April in Las Vegas.
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Fandango buys Rotten Tomatoes

by Adriene Hill Feb 18, 2016
The online ticket seller wants you 'to have a relationship with movies.'

The economics of PG-13 rated movies

by Sally Herships Apr 17, 2013
The MPAA responds to calls for better policing of violence in movies, by increasing the TYPE SIZE on existing explanations. Why? To protect its business at the PG-13 level.