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  1. Lee Holley, Cartoonist of Teenage Life in ‘Ponytail,’ Dies at 85
    He was helping with “Dennis the Menace” when he created “Ponytail,” about a spirited girl in a postwar suburban world of boys, burgers and phone chats.
  2. ‘Tag’ Trailer Pits Jeremy Renner Against Jon Hamm and Friends
    The comedy, based on the true story of friends who played the game long into adulthood, also stars Ed Helms, Hannibal Buress, Isla Fisher and Rashida Jones.
  3. The Future of Time Warner, Coming Soon to a Court Near You
    The talk in media circles is focused on what happens if the AT&T deal is stopped by the government and Time Warner is forced to go it alone.
  4. ‘Sopranos’ Creator Will Bring a Prequel to Movie Screens
    David Chase has written the screenplay for the film, tentatively titled “The Many Saints of Newark,” which will be set in 1960s New Jersey.
  5. Who Said It: Pepé Le Pew or Donald Trump?
    What the president has in common with Looney Tunes’ “scent-imental” skunk.
  6. Warner Bros. Shakes Up Senior Film Ranks, Ending a Power Struggle
    Toby Emmerich, who helped shepherd “The Lord of the Rings” films to the screen, will oversee the studio’s worldwide film production, marketing and distribution.
  7. ‘Jumanji’ Succeeds at Box Office, ‘Downsizing’ Struggles
    The franchise film featuring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart collected an estimated $34 million over the weekend.
  8. ‘Lego Ninjago’ Fizzles, Leaving ‘Kingsman’ Sequel a Soft No. 1
    “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” collected $39 million in North America, a bit less than expected. “Ninjago” marked a new low for the Lego movie series.
  9. The Visionaries Behind the Memorable Worlds of Film
    In our image-obsessed culture, it’s production designers who shape our collective visual language.
  10. In ‘Lord of the Flies’ Remake, Girls Survive Instead
    The planned film, based on a 1954 novel, will be written and directed by two men, inflaming skepticism of the concept.
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