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Warner Bros. Pictures has picked up Roland Emmerich’s big-budget “10,000 B.C.” out of quick turnaround from Sony. Aggressive move gives Warners its first chance to work with Emmerich –and a 2007 summer tentpole. Emmerich is set to begin shooting the prehistoric adventure in late April in South Africa.

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