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A lawsuit against Warner Bros. Television that involved the onetime The CW hit "Smallville" will continue, but without one of the original production companies involved. Tollin/Robbins Productions removed itself from a case Wednesday where it had sought tens of millions of dollars in what it said were lost profits because Warner Bros. sold "Smallville" to one of its properties instead of testing it on the open market where it could've made more money. The lawsuit attacks what is considered an in-house discount for the licensing of the show, something that could've potentially cut into the profit share agreements of groups like Tollin/Robbins. The company, owned by Mike Tollin and Brian Robbins, was settled for an unannounced sum, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The two had sought »

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