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  1. Why China Has Lost Interest in Hollywood Movies
    No American films ranked among the 10 highest grossing in China last year as viewers who once flocked to foreign blockbusters continued to disappear.
  2. ‘Color Purple’ Struggles at Box Office After Big Christmas Opening
    The musical adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel seemed an instant hit, but it sold less than $5 million in tickets in its second weekend.
  3. ‘Oppenheimer’ Will Be Released in Japan After Earlier Backlash
    Critics said the film’s cross-promotion with “Barbie” trivialized the U.S. nuclear attacks on Japan during World War II, but the biopic will be released in 2024.
  4. David Zaslav Defends Unpopular Decisions at Warner Bros. Discovery
    David Zaslav, chief executive of Warner Bros. Discovery, said that a series of cuts, including scrapping the “Batgirl” movie and firing close friends, were necessary business decisions.
  5. How David Zaslav Blew Up Hollywood
    A merger put him in the driver’s seat at Warner Brothers, one of the industry’s biggest studios. It has been a wild ride.
  6. Reaction to Matthew Perry’s Death Shows Enduring Popularity of ‘Friends’
    The sitcom’s final season was nearly two decades ago. But it remains popular on traditional TV and on streaming.
  7. 5 Things to Do This Weekend
    A selection of entertainment highlights this weekend, including the debut of the animated series “Tiny Toons Looniversity.”
  8. Warner Bros. Suspends Deals With Top Show Creators
    The move, which affected star writers like Mindy Kaling and J.J. Abrams, is an escalation of the standoff between Hollywood studios and the Writers Guild of America.
  9. ‘Tiny Toons Looniversity’ Sends Babs and Buster Bunny to College
    In the reboot “Tiny Toons Looniversity,” Babs, Buster and the others from the original 1990s series head to college to learn how to be funny in 2023.
  10. ‘Blue Beetle’ Hits No. 1 at Box Office, but ‘Strays’ Stumbles
    The R-rated comedy opened to a fifth place showing this weekend, while the comic book movie “Blue Beetle” came in at No. 1. Both were hurt by the actors’ strike.
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