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After shepherding the production of eight films, WWE Studios chief Mike Pavone has called it quits.
A likely cult hit among horror fans and a gleeful affront to more delicate sensibilities.
World Wrestling Entertainment's film division is starting to show signs of life -- just not at the box office so far.
Every glamorous media-related gig will become reality-TV fodder if channels like Bravo and E! have their way.
Best viewed with a baguette and a Bordeaux, and while wearing a beret.
"Fighting" resurrects two old Hollywood standbys -- '40s fight dramas and graffiti-splattered N.Y.
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