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  1. For Warner Bros., a ‘Cinematic Universe’ Built of Lego Bricks
    The stakes are high for Warner Bros. and Lego ahead of their third movie together, as they strive to maintain the success of their earlier films.
  2. At Comic-Con, Ben Affleck Says He Will Continue to Play Batman
    The actor rebutted an article saying that his days as the Caped Crusader were numbered.
  3. Prince Estate’s $31 Million Distribution Deal Is Rescinded
    A Minnesota judge’s decision means the Universal Music Group’s money must be refunded and a new buyer found for rights to much of the star’s catalog.
  4. Tolkien Estate and Warner Bros. Settle Lawsuit Over Licensing
    The estate of J.R.R. Tolkien settled a five-year lawsuit with Warner Bros. over merchandising fees stemming from slot machines.
  5. Disputes Over Prince’s Estate Throw the Future of His Vault Into Question
    Universal said it wants to cancel its $31 million deal for Prince’s music over conflicts with an earlier agreement Prince signed with Warner Bros.
  6. After Inquiry Into Cast, ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Will Resume Taping
    The inquiry, into an allegation of sexual misconduct, did not turn up evidence of wrongdoing, said Warner Bros., the studio behind the show.
  7. Our Fall From ‘Bachelor in Paradise’
    If something bad happened on the set, viewers are complicit too.
  8. ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Cast Sent Home Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations
    Production of the ABC reality show was suspended last week pending an inquiry into accusations of inappropriate sexual behavior on the set in Mexico.
  9. Zack Snyder to Step Away From ‘Justice League’ After Daughter’s Suicide
    The director said he was stepping back “to be with my family, be with my kids, who really need me.” Joss Whedon will take over for Mr. Snyder.
  10. Movie Ticket Sales Sagging? Time to Bring Out the Toys
    With DVDs fast becoming relics and box-office numbers stagnating, movie studios are looking to toys and other licensed products to raise revenue.
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