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Lumet gets retrospective

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Film Society of Lincoln Center has pulled together a retrospective of the works of Sidney Lumet in the wake of the org's recent memorial event for the late helmer.

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CineEurope talks cinema

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CineEurope shifted into gear on Tuesday with Universal's presentation of upcoming pics, including "Battleship," and MPAA topper Chris Dodd's first address to the European industry.

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Rainbow nets spinoff set

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AMC's Don Draper, of Madison Avenue, will soon be taking up residence on another famous New York thoroughfare, Wall Street.

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Portugal network faces cuts

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The new Portuguese center-right coalition government plans to slash costs at pubcaster RTP and privatize one of its two channels to cut the TV group's $1.2 billion debt.

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Open Road leads to Netflix

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With only two titles under its wing so far, Open Road Films already has announced a multiyear digital streaming deal with Netflix, making pics available in the pay-TV window after their DVD release.

Final Cut Pro update draws backlash

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When Apple released the latest version of its popular Final Cut Pro editing app last week, execs probably hoped to set off buzz across the blogs and Twitter. And so they did -- though it's safe to…

Pics do it ‘Better’

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Following the June 22 screening of "A Better Life," Tom Wolfe came onstage at Tribeca Cinemas with director Chris Weitz and thesp Demian Bichir. The 80-year-old author of "Bonfire of the Vanities"…

Back with a new ‘Twist’

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“It’s a sign of a remarkable comeback for us,” said Pasadena Playhouse’s Sheldon Epps. Saturday’s party at AKA marked the opening of the new tuner “Twist,” as well as the theater’s grand return after…

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‘Horrible Bosses’ who toe the line

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Regarding her horrible boss in Warners’ “Horrible Bosses,” Jennifer Aniston said she had no trouble being a potty mouth. However, some research was required to play her dentist character. “I did go…

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1

Jurassic World

Distributor: Universal

Weeks: 3

B.O.: $68.5M

$514.4M
2

Inside Out

Distributor: Disney

Weeks: 2

B.O.: $68.0M

$200.8M
3

Ted 2

Distributor: Universal

Weeks: 1

B.O.: $41.0M

$41.0M
4

Max

Distributor: Warner Bros.

Weeks: 1

B.O.: $15.6M

$15.6M
5

Spy

Distributor: 20th Century Fox

Weeks: 4

B.O.: $9.9M

$90.5M
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