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Japanese return to Disney parks

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Visitor numbers for Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea have rebounded strongly following month-long closures forced by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, Oriental Land prexy Kyoichiro Uenishi has…

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Review: ‘A Dangerous Method’

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This complex story from the early days of psychoanalysis engrosses and even amuses as it unfolds through a series of conversations, treatment sessions and exchanged letters.

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FremantleMedia bows Spring in Sydney

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Production company FremantleMedia Australia, whose London-based parent company FremantleMedia owns "The X Factor" and "Idol" franchises, has launched a low-cost shingle called Spring in Sydney.

WikiLeaks reveals MPAA role in Oz

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Cables from the U.S. ambassador to Australia, Robert McCallum, released by WikiLeaks have shown that the Motion Picture Association of America wanted to keep its role in an Aussie piracy court case…

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Risky pics pay off for producer

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An €11 million ($15.74 million) Iranian tale played by French actors shot in a German studio, "Chicken With Plums," Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud's follow up to "Persepolis," is precisely the…

U.K. Fringe yields transfers

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In a year in which many of the bigger names of the Edinburgh Intl. Festival Fringe -- including Simon Callow, Julian Sands, Marc Almond and Art Malik -- tackled serious subjects such as sexuality and…

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A&E rides into ‘Bordertown’

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Al Roker Entertainment has made its third sale since TCA: A&E has placed a 10-episode order for the shingle's "Bordertown: Laredo," a new unscripted half-hour that follows six Mexican-American cops…

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