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  1. ‘Justice League,’ Recut by Zack Snyder, Will Come to HBO Max
    The 2017 superhero film replaced its director during a turbulent production, but fans’ cries to #ReleaseTheSnyderCut have been heard.
  2. Former Hulu Boss Will Lead WarnerMedia, Home of HBO and CNN
    Just before the start of HBO Max, AT&T names Jason Kilar as the head of its entertainment and news unit. He replaces John Stankey, who remains AT&T’s president.
  3. ‘Birds of Prey’ Stumbles at the Box Office
    The DC Comics spinoff led ticket sales this weekend, but its estimated $33.3 million debut is disappointing.
  4. A Tour of Burbank, Calif.
    A city with tree-lined streets, movie studios and prices that are rising for single-family houses and holding steady for condos.
  5. Clint Eastwood’s ‘Richard Jewell’ Is at the Center of a Media Storm
    The film shows the journalist Kathy Scruggs trading sex for a scoop. “It’s an insult not only to her, but to just about any other woman who’s been a reporter,” says her writing partner.
  6. Atlanta Newspaper and Warner Bros. Battle Over ‘Richard Jewell’
    The Journal-Constitution threatened legal action over the Clint Eastwood movie’s depiction of its 1996 Olympic bomb reporting.
  7. Despite Turnaround, ‘Beetlejuice’ Being Forced Out of Theater
    The $21 million musical will be hoping for a new home after the Shubert Organization made way for Hugh Jackman and ‘The Music Man.’
  8. Why Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot Are Tweeting #ReleaseTheSnyderCut
    Their superhero film “Justice League” was a critical flop, but the stars want the original director’s vision restored.
  9. ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Breaks Down at the Box Office
    The sixth chapter in the cyborg series fell short of prerelease sales expectations by 30 percent. Edward Norton’s smaller-scale “Motherless Brooklyn” also bombed.
  10. Families of Aurora Shooting Victims Express Concern About ‘Joker’
    The hyper-realistic movie portrays the Batman villain as a mentally ill loner looking for societal revenge. Warner Bros. said the film was not an endorsement of real-world violence.

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