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  1. Coming Soon to a Theater Near You. Very Soon.
    Hollywood’s top three marketers — Walt Disney Studios, Warner Bros. and Universal Pictures — say marathon marketing campaigns no longer make sense for most movies.
  2. Ann Sarnoff, a Hollywood Outsider, Will Lead Warner Bros. Studio
    Ms. Sarnoff will succeed Kevin Tsujihara, who was ousted amid a sex scandal, as the leader of the storied studio behind “Casablanca” and “Wonder Woman.”
  3. Solid Opening for ‘Detective Pikachu’ as ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Rolls On
    “Pokémon Detective Pikachu” is the first movie to really compete with “Endgame,” but it still couldn’t unseat the Disney-Marvel behemoth from No. 1.
  4. Billy Bush to Return to Television Three Years After Trump Tape Fallout
    Mr. Bush, who was heard on the “Access Hollywood” tape laughing with the future president as he bragged about groping women, will anchor “ExtraExtra,” an entertainment news show.
  5. As Hollywood Embraces Diversity, Jobs for Female Directors Remain Sparse
    After years of being called to task for sidelining female filmmakers, studios as a whole continue to rely overwhelmingly on men to lead productions.
  6. ‘Shazam!’ Keeps Box-Office Lead as ‘Hellboy’ Flounders
    “Little,” a comedy in the kid-adult switcheroo tradition of “Big” and “Freaky Friday,” came in second place.
  7. Warner Bros. Chief Quits Amid Inquiry Into Whether He Helped Actress Get Roles
    WarnerMedia had started an investigation into allegations that Kevin Tsujihara had pushed for a woman with whom he had a sexual relationship to be considered for films and TV shows.
  8. ‘Extra’ Host A.J. Calloway Suspended Following Sexual Assault Allegations
    Warner Bros. said Mr. Calloway was “suspended pending further review.” At least three women have accused him of misconduct in the past year.
  9. ‘Aquaman’ Keeps Its Box-Office Lead as ‘Mary Poppins’ Gets a Holiday Boost
    “Mary Poppins Returns” saw an increase in ticket sales during its second week in theaters. It’s one of several films that benefited from a post-holiday bump.
  10. ‘Aquaman’ Is Already a Box Office Titan
    The superhero movie took in $94 million in China, validating a risky distribution strategy. It arrives in the United States and Canada on Dec. 21.

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