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Murray Close/Lionsgate

The Art of Splitting One Book Into Two Films

Murray Close/Lionsgate
Murray Close/Lionsgate

Hunger Games and Harry Potter: The Art of Splitting The Final Book Into Two Films. It worked well for those two, not so much for the Twilight series.
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All You Americans Are Fired.” How businesses misuse the H2 visa program to undercut American workers.
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10 Career-Ending Affairs. As many times as we tell ourselves it’s nobody’s business, there are still repercussions.
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A Fox Executive’s 1976 Memo on Star Wars shows that not everyone was expecting a flop.
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10 Books That Remind Us America Should Be For Everyone. Sometimes we get a more personal taste of history through novels than through nonfiction.
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10 TV Events to Look Out For in December. Specials, movies, series, and you don’t want to miss any of them.
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All the movies you should see in December. You’ll have time to see more than the one you bought tickets for last month.

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How James Cameron Crafts Perfect Sequels
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Lionsgate Home Entertainment

Aliens and Terminator 2: How James Cameron Crafts Perfect Sequels. There's still no hope for another Titanic story.

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How Exactly Does Binary Code Work? Learn how "off" and "on" leads to everything you see on the internet.

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25 Years Ago, Sleepless In Seattle Found the Romantic Hiding in the Cynic. Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks made a love story in which the principles didn't meet until the very end.

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When a DNA Test Shatters Your Identity. Unexpected results happen so often that support groups have formed to help people deal with the trauma.

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33 Clever Copycat Recipes For Your Favorite Chain Restaurants. These are particularly helpful when you live far away from those eateries.

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How Inclusive are Beauty Brands Around the World? Depending on where you live, you might not be able to find foundation makeup that matches your skin color.

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Community Plumbing: A Tribute to the Neighborhood Hardware Store. They are a reminder of how real-world skills can be developed to fix what's wrong.

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10 Movies That Were Banned in China. Some of the reasons might have you scratching your head.

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50 Things to Know About Aquaman
Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Ratpac-Dune Entertainment LLC
Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Ratpac-Dune Entertainment LLC

50 Things to Know About Aquaman. To be precise: About the Aquaman movie set to hit theaters in December.

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Barbie is Now a Woke Vlogger. For a toy fashion model, her advice for young women is amazingly spot-on.

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This Is Your Brain on Fatherhood. Only about 10 percent of mammalian species provide paternal care for babies, but those who do have a better chance of survival.

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What Does a Six-Legged Robot Flowerpot Do? It seeks out sunlight, water, and whatever else the plant may need.

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Hospital Food: Unappetizing Meals for Sick People. The switch from home convalescence to feeding a variety of inpatients is the reason hospital food is so bad.

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Are You a Money Ostrich? The first step toward understanding your financial situation is to stop avoiding it.

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The Secretive Mega-Companies Behind Your Glasses. Chances are that your lenses and frames are made by two companies that control the global market.

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10 Beloved Animals From Ancient History. Their monuments have lasted thousands of years.

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