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  • 'The Last Jedi' opens with $220M, 2nd best weekend all-time

    'The Last Jedi' opens with $220M, 2nd best weekend all-time

    Sunday, December 17 2017 11:59 AM EST2017-12-17 16:59:38 GMT
    Sunday, December 17 2017 6:10 PM EST2017-12-17 23:10:30 GMT
    "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" rocketed to a debut of $220 million at the box office, landing the second-best opening weekend ever in North America and slotting in behind only its predecessor, "The Force Awakens.".More >>
    "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" rocketed to a debut of $220 million at the box office, landing the second-best opening weekend ever in North America and slotting in behind only its predecessor, "The Force Awakens.".More >>
  • Major media players start commission for sexual misconduct

    Major media players start commission for sexual misconduct

    Friday, December 15 2017 11:35 PM EST2017-12-16 04:35:56 GMT
    Sunday, December 17 2017 6:10 PM EST2017-12-17 23:10:25 GMT
    Hollywood executives and other major players in entertainment have established a commission to be chaired by Anita Hill that intends to combat sexual misconduct and inequality across the industry.More >>
    Hollywood executives and other major players in entertainment have established a commission to be chaired by Anita Hill that intends to combat sexual misconduct and inequality across the industry.More >>
  • Dakota Access developer, publication argue over lawsuit

    Dakota Access developer, publication argue over lawsuit

    Thursday, December 14 2017 12:55 PM EST2017-12-14 17:55:16 GMT
    Sunday, December 17 2017 5:21 PM EST2017-12-17 22:21:00 GMT
    The Texas-based developer of the Dakota Access pipeline and a Florida-based environmental publication are arguing in federal court in North Dakota over whether something billed as a social movement can be sued.More >>
    The Texas-based developer of the Dakota Access pipeline and a Florida-based environmental publication are arguing in federal court in North Dakota over whether something billed as a social movement can be sued.More >>
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