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Second Opinion – Finding Dory (2016)

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Finding Dory, 2016.

Directed by Andrew Stanton and Angus MacLane.

Starring Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill, Kaitlin Olsen, Ty Burrell, Hayden Rolence, Diane Keaton, Eugene Levy, Idris Elba, Dominic West, Bob Peterson, Kate McKinnon, Sloane Murray, Bill Hader and Sigourney Weaver.

Synopsis:

The friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish begins a search for her long-lost parents, and everyone learns a few things about the real meaning of family along the way.

 

Last year Pixar delivered two original movies, one of which was met with huge acclaim (Inside Out) and the other, not so much (The Good Dinosaur). Their history with sequels has likewise been uneven, ranging from great (Toy Story 2 & 3) to decent (Monsters University) to poor (Cars 2), so I was very relieved to discover that Finding Dory is a truly great film – in my opinion just as good (if not better) than Finding Nemo.

The film begins with a »

- Amie Cranswick

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Movie Review – Finding Dory (2016)

27 July 2016 8:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Finding Dory, 2016.

Directed by Andrew Stanton and Angus MacLane.

Featuring the voice talents of Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill, Kaitlin Olsen, Ty Burrell, Hayden Rolence, Diane Keaton, Eugene Levy, Idris Elba, Dominic West, Bob Peterson, Kate McKinnon, Sloane Murray, Bill Hader, Sigourney Weaver, Brad Garrett, Allison Janney, Vicki Lewis, Austin Pendleton, Stephen Root, and Willem Dafoe.

Synopsis:

Dory is on a desperate mission to find her family. With the help of Marlon and Nemo, they end up at a Marina that introduces our friends to new animals and clues to a past Dory never knew she had…

When Finding Dory was announced, many were sceptical. Two years prior, the dreadful Cars 2 marked a low-point for Pixar while Monsters University was due for release. Between 2010 and 2013 only the lacklustre Brave was an original. Finding Nemo was always a complete film, famous for a heart-wrenching opening and a dark »

- Simon Columb

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'Star Trek Beyond' Debuts at #1, 'Lights Out' Opens Strong and 'Ice Age 5' Bombs

24 July 2016 9:28 AM, PDT | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

Topped by Star Trek Beyond, five films grossed over $20 million this weekend for the first time since May 24, 2015 and for only the sixth time ever*. In the five previous instances $45.6 million was the largest gross for the #1 film when Monsters University topped the weekend back on June 30, 2013, which separates this weekend from the rest thanks to the estimated $59.6 million Beyond delivered in its debut performance. Also opening this weekend, and topping the $20 million threshold, was the impressive performance from New Line and Warner's Lights Out along with the rather disappointing opening for Ice Age: Collision Course. Overall, the top twelve grossed over $183 million, up 29.4% when compared to the same weekend last year. The estimated $59.6 million opening for Star Trek Beyond is enough to take #1 for the weekend, but that's a 15% drop compared to the $70.1 million opening for Star Trek Into Darkness, and that's not including the $13.5 million it carried into »

- Brad Brevet <mail@boxofficemojo.com>

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‘The Powerpuff Girls’ Comic-Con Clip: See a Special Sneak Peek From An Upcoming Episode of the Beloved Animated Series

23 July 2016 12:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

In 1998, animator Craig McCracken debuted an animated series on Cartoon Network about three girls — Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup — with superpowers and their brainy scientist father who live in the fictional city of Townsville, USA. “The Powerpuff Girls” was a critical and commercial success, lasting six seasons and concluding in 2005.

Now, 10 years later, Cartoon Network has rebooted “The Powerpuff Girls” with all-new producers and an all-new voice cast. The series premiered this past April and concluded its first season in June. Now, watch an exclusive clip from an upcoming episode of “The Powerpuff Girls” entitled “The Big Sleep” that debuted at their Comic-Con panel. In the clip, Buttercup attempts to fight a malicious pillow, but something goes terribly wrong.

Read More: Sneak Peek: Cartoon Network’s New “Powerpuff Girls”

The series stars Amanda Leighton, best known for her role as Emma on “The Fosters,” as Blossom; Kristen Li, who provided additional »

- Vikram Murthi

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‘The Powerpuff Girls’ Comic-Con Clip: See a Special Sneak Peek From An Upcoming Episode of the Beloved Animated Series

23 July 2016 12:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

In 1998, animator Craig McCracken debuted an animated series on Cartoon Network about three girls — Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup — with superpowers and their brainy scientist father who live in the fictional city of Townsville, USA. “The Powerpuff Girls” was a critical and commercial success, lasting six seasons and concluding in 2005.

Now, 10 years later, Cartoon Network has rebooted “The Powerpuff Girls” with all-new producers and an all-new voice cast. The series premiered this past April and concluded its first season in June. Now, watch an exclusive clip from an upcoming episode of “The Powerpuff Girls” entitled “The Big Sleep” that debuted at their Comic-Con panel. In the clip, Buttercup attempts to fight a malicious pillow, but something goes terribly wrong.

Read More: Sneak Peek: Cartoon Network’s New “Powerpuff Girls”

The series stars Amanda Leighton, best known for her role as Emma on “The Fosters,” as Blossom; Kristen Li, who provided additional »

- Vikram Murthi

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"Transformers: Combiner Wars" Gets A Trailer

21 July 2016 1:05 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Following its panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Machinima and Hasbro have unveiled the full trailer for the upcoming digital series "Transformers: Combiner Wars" which premieres August 2nd on go90.

Set four decades after the great war on Earth, the Autobots and Decepticons have disbanded and returned to Cybertron. With the days of Optimus Prime and Megatron over, Cybertron is now ruled by a triumvirate. However, an ancient technology has enabled a new threat, the power for multiple Transformers to combine into one massive, dangerous form: Combiners.

Eric Calderon ("Afro Samurai") serves as executive producer with George Krstic ("Star Wars: The Clone Wars") as Head Writer and Fj Desanto as a series writer. Also today, the voice cast for the series has been announced:

Anna Akana ("Hello, My Name is Doris") as Victorion.

Jon Bailey ("EpicVoiceGuy") as Opt imus Prime.

Charlie Guzman ("DashieGames") as Menasor.

Ricky Hayberg (Host of Machinima's "Etc") as Computron. »

- Garth Franklin

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Sdcc: First trailer for Transformers: Combiner Wars animated series rolls out

21 July 2016 10:12 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With Comic-Con now officially underway, Hasbro and Machinima have rolled out the first trailer for Transformers: Combiner Wars, along with an official synopsis and details of the voice cast. Check them out here ahead of the series’ debut on August 2nd…

Taking place 40 years after the great war on Earth, the eight episode digital series introduces new lore and all-new characters that, combined with the characters fans have known for decades, will bring the Transformers storytelling in a new direction.

The Autobots and Decepticons have disbanded and returned to Cybertron. With the days of Optimus Prime and Megatron over, Cybertron is now ruled by a triumvirate. However, an ancient technology has enabled a new threat, the power for multiple Transformers to combine into one massive, dangerous form: Combiners. Who will stand-up to this threat to ensure that the fragile peace that was 4 million years in the making remains?

Check out four prelude episodes here… »

- Gary Collinson

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Finding Dory Review

19 July 2016 12:48 PM, PDT | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

Pixar recently announced a moratorium on sequels, and while it’s still hard to judge anything they do harshly, you can easily see their struggle. This is especially true of a company that now needs to continue the interest in things that are part of theme parks. That’s just the reality.

The news, especially with things like The Incredibles 2 already in production, may seem a little strange, but you have to respect the idea. We all love the characters Pixar has given us over the years, and there’s a lot of love for titles like Toy Story 3. But, when you think about Monsters University, or Cars 2, there’s just something different going on in your mind than when you think about Brave, Up, Wall-e, Ratatouille, or Inside Out.

Sure, the sequels they have given us still outshine most animated efforts we get, and it’s always »

- Marc Eastman

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Why The Heat 2 Probably Won't Happen

9 July 2016 11:34 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Way back in 2011, director Paul Feig was being praised for delivering the sleeper hit of the summer, with his ensemble comedy Bridesmaids going onto become one of the biggest hits that year. Cut to 2016 and he's one of the most divisive directors currently working in Hollywood for the sole fact that he dare attempt a Ghostbusters remake, with an all-female cast no less. While many fans of that series have decided to hate the man for his sheer audacity in rebooting a beloved franchise, it was two other monster comedy hits that helped get him here. One of those movies being 2013's The Heat. That movie was such a big crowd pleaser, and did such big business at the box office, that many assumed its two leads would be eager to return for a sequel. As it turns out, that probably won't happen. And it's all Sandra Bullock's fault. »

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Pixar Getting Out Of The Sequel Business

2 July 2016 11:05 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Pixar has undergone some criticism in recent years for their reliance on sequels be it "Cars 2," "Monsters University" and the recent "Finding Dory" along with three other announced follow-ups on the way every June for the next three years - "Cars 3" in 2017, "Toy Story 4" in 2018 and "The Incredibles 2" in 2019. In fact they're only one original movie on the way in the next three years - "Coco" next Thanksgiving.

Speaking with EW this weekend, Pixar president Jim Morris has revealed that for now there are no more plans for further sequels beyond the three already announced, and right now Pixar is only developing original ideas with four films currently in the works. Morris says: "Everything after Toy Story and The Incredibles is an original right now."

Of the four, two of those will hit in 2020, the next either entirely in 2021 or one pushed back into 2022. Of the two 2020 films, he »

- Garth Franklin

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‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ Hits $102 Million Internationally

26 June 2016 10:16 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Independence Day: Resurgence” has launched impressively in international markets with $102.1 million in 57 markets with 21,872 screens.

China led the way with $37.3 million at 6,047 sites, representing the fourth-highest weekend in that market for a Fox title. That nearly matched the somewhat disappointing U.S. opening of $41.6 million.

South Korea led the rest of the pack with $7.4 million at 926 sites, followed by the U.K. with $7.3 million from 1,555, Mexico with $6.8 million at 2,783 and Taiwan with $3.7 million at 300. India opened with a bang, generating $3.5 million for the biggest Fox opening of all-time in the market.

Fox also reported “terrific” results across Asia and Latin America, with numerous markets generating the biggest opening weekend ever for a Roland Emmerich movie. The film opens in 11 new markets next weekend, including Spain and Sweden.

Imax locations generated $10.8 million internationally on 533 screens for “Independence Day: Resurgence.” That was a record-opening international weekend for a Fox release in Imax, »

- Dave McNary

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'Independence Day', 'Shallows' & 'Free State of Jones' Must Contend with 'Finding Dory'

23 June 2016 10:32 AM, PDT | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

Summer 2016 is heating up after last week's massive opening for Disney and Pixar's Finding Dory and its impressive day-to-day performance ever since. Hoping to add some fuel to the box office fire, this weekend's crop of new releases are led by Independence Day: Resurgence, the sequel to the blockbuster hit of Summer 1996. Also opening this weekend, Stx will target adult audiences with Free State of Jones, Blake Lively must survive a killer shark in The Shallows and Broad Green is delivering Nicolas Winding Refn's The Neon Demon into just over 780 theaters. It's a crowded marketplace with a little something for everybody. Quelling some of the suspense, the battle for box office supremacy this weekend might not be much of a battle at all. Pixar's forgetful fish should handily take down the alien invaders as Finding Dory is looking at a $70+ million second weekend while Fox's Independence Day sequel carries a big budget, »

- Brad Brevet <mail@boxofficemojo.com>

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No, "Finding Dory" Is Not As Good as "Finding Nemo!"

19 June 2016 11:41 PM, PDT | Manny the Movie Guy | See recent Manny the Movie Guy news »

Midway through "Finding Dory," as soon as Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) embarks on a mission to find her parents (Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton), I came to the realization that the $200-million sequel was carefully crafted not because there was a compelling story to be told rather due to purely economic reasons. In my humble opinion, in the Pixar universe, "Finding Dory" is a sequel on par with "Cars 2" or "Monsters University" and less with the stellar "Toy Story" sequels. Here's why:

Box-Office Update: Yup, "Finding Dory" opens with an all-time record debut for an animated flick with $136.2M. That's a lot of fish food! »

- Manny

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'Finding Dory' Set to Break the Animated Opening Weekend Record

16 June 2016 12:29 PM, PDT | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

Six weeks into Summer 2016 and it has been over a month since the domestic box office last saw a $100+ million opener, but that trend stops this weekend. Disney and Pixar's Finding Dory is looking to not only put a little jolt into the 2016 summer box office, it's also targeting a new opening weekend record for an animated feature. Also looking to make an impact this weekend is the new Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart comedy Central Intelligence while last weekend's top film, The Conjuring 2, looks to deliver a solid second weekend after a strong, $40+ million opening. »

- Brad Brevet

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The Preview Reel: Ellen v The Rock

15 June 2016 9:13 PM, PDT | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

Welcome to another “Preview Reel” column. where we look at the week’s upcoming wide release movies. Originality is something that this summer has seen very little of, as all ten movies in the top ten box office this past weekend consisted of sequels, reboots, or adaptations. This week does feature an original film in the Kevin Hart/Dwayne Johnson vehicle Central Intelligence, but all eyes are on yet another sequel, or we should say sea-quel, with the release of Pixar’s Finding Dory. Here’s a preview of what to expect.

  Finding Dory

What we are excited about:

Simply put, Pixar is the most reliable studio out there right now. They have been able to crank instant classic after instant classic with Toy Story, Monsters Inc., Up, and last year’s Inside Out. Their sequels (or prequels in Monsters University’s case) have a mixed bag, as Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 are considered masterpieces in animated filmmaking, while Cars 2 does not have that same praise. A sequel to one of their most beloved movies is risky, but bringing back Finding Nemo director Andrew Stanton and returning a majority of the cast (including the amazing Ellen DeGeneres), there is no reason to believe Pixar cannot continue with its winning ways.

What we are worried about:

Cars 2 was a misfire because it took an amusing side character from the first installment, Mater, and made him front and center with his own story. The result turned out to be slightly annoying, and while Dory is a much better character than Mater, there should still be some concern over giving Dory her own movie. While the trailers have been solid, they do not seem to be on the same level as Nemo, which is another concern. Finding Nemo is one of the most beloved animated movies of all time, can a sequel really live up that standing? We’ll see.

Critical reception (if any):

Finding Dory has been getting very good reviews as it sits at 94% on RottenTomatoes and 77 on MetaCritic. While those are a step down from Nemo (that has a 99% on RottenTomatoes and 90 on MetaCritic), critics are saying this a worthy sequel that is not only entertaining, but emotionally satisfying as well.

Box office expectations:

Finding Nemo opened to $70.3 million back in May of 2003, and went on to gross $936.7 million worldwide. In those thirteen years, the film has remained a landmark in Pixar’s vast achievements and fans have been hungry for a sequel. This is one of the most anticipated movies of the year and should have one of the year’s biggest openings, Finding Dory should be able to find anywhere from $110-120 million on its opening weekend.

Final thoughts:

Pixar has the strongest studio resume over the past twenty years, and that includes producing high quality sequels (most of the time). Reviews indicate that they have another hit on their hands that the whole family can enjoy.

Central Intelligence

What we are excited about:

The idea of putting the Rock and Kevin Hart in an action comedy is genius. The Rock has been a part of some of the more entertaining movies the past couple of years and Kevin Hart has always proven to be a funny man. Those two headlining a movie could prove to be a fun comedy this summer needs.

What we are worried about:

The trailers have been hit or miss to say the least. They seem to put the Rock in awkward situations (the brief clip of a fat Dwayne Johnson singing is enough to give us nightmares) and then a lot of Kevin Hart yelling. Hart’s filmography has not been all that impressive, especially given how funny his stand-up has been. Let’s just hope the chemistry between the Rock and Kevin Hart is funny enough to make us forget about the mediocre trailers.

Critical reception (if any):

There have been no reviews published as of yet, which is a little concerning for a comedy. Granted, last time we wrote that, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping turned out to be a critical hit, so this could turn out to be a good thing.

Box office expectations:

Finding Dory should dominate this weekend, but Central Intelligence is aiming for a completely different demographic. It should play well for those who feel that they are too old for a Pixar movie (which I’m not sure if those people exist). Look for an opening around $25 million.

Final thoughts:

A Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart movie sounds like the perfect action comedy, and while the trailers have been subpar for Central Intelligence, it could still be a decent summer comedy. »

- Scott Davis

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Meet Piper in the First Clip from Pixar's New Animated Short

13 June 2016 5:14 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Back in April, we got our first look at the new Pixar animated short Piper, which will be attached to theatrical prints of the studio's animated sequel Finding Dory when it hits theaters this weekend. With just a few more days left until this short is unveiled, the first clip has surfaced, featuring the title character in action. This brief scene shows how tough it is for a young sandpiper to find food along a crowded beach.

The story centers on a baby sandpiper who is trying to both find food, and overcome hydrophobia, the fear of water. Longtime Pixar animator Alan Barillaro makes his directorial debut with this short film, which was inspired by the numerous birds he used to observe while running along the shoreline, just a mile from Pixar's Emeryville, California headquarters. While this short marks Alan Barillaro's directorial debut, he has worked as a Pixar animator for nearly two decades.

Alan Barillaro first joined Pixar to work on 1998's A Bug's Life. He also worked on Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Wall-e, Brave and Monsters University, along with the shorts Jack-Jack Attack, Igor and Lifted. The first-time director revealed in April that he originally started toying with the character as a test, but he was encouraged to keep working on the project by his mentor, Finding Dory director Andrew Stanton. Here's what Alan Barillaro had to say about working with his mentor back in April.

"You always want to show directors, 'Hey, are these cool tools you'd like to use to make films?' So I showed Andrew the Piper tests thinking I was very much just showing him a test, but he kept poking at me, like, 'It's a cool test, but keep working on that story.' And then John [Lasseter] did the same. There's remarkable encouragement at Pixar that when you think of an innovative idea, don't forget the story. It was their encouragement or else I would have stopped at the test phase."

Since the short film is just six minutes long, and it hits theaters in just a few short days, it seems unlikely we'll get any more footage from Piper. The short film will most likely be included on the Finding Dory home video release later next year. While we wait for both Finding Dory and Piper to hit theaters in just a few short days, take a look at this clip below courtesy of Youtube. »

- MovieWeb

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‘Finding Dory’ Review: Ellen DeGeneres Performs Swimmingly in Sprightly Pixar Sequel

10 June 2016 7:41 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Over the years, we’ve come to expect Pixar features, at their best, to function as delivery systems for laughs, tears and adrenaline. And even if “Finding Dory” is less of an assault on the tear ducts than some of its predecessors — I’m still not ready to talk about Bing Bong’s selfless act in “Inside Out” — it more than compensates in the other two departments. Sequel-wise, that puts this follow-up to 2003’s “Finding Nemo” leagues ahead of “Cars 2” and “Monsters University” if not quite at the level of the second and third “Toy Story” entries. Still, the studio. »

- Alonso Duralde

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Sequel Bits: ‘The Predator,’ Finding Dory,’ ‘Trainspotting 2,’ ‘Independence Day 2’

18 May 2016 2:01 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

In today’s edition of Sequel Bits: Shane Black chats about The Predator and Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s potential involvement. Andrew Stanton fields questions about Finding Dory. Seth Rogen explains why he’ll never make Superbad 2. Two video featurettes on Independence Day: Resurgence. A very fun easter egg in Monsters University. And more! It’s not clear if The […]

The post Sequel Bits: ‘The Predator,’ Finding Dory,’ ‘Trainspotting 2,’ ‘Independence Day 2’ appeared first on /Film. »

- Jacob Hall

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Ranking Pixar: From Worst to Best

9 May 2016 9:45 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Edward Gardiner ranks Pixar’s movies from worst to best…

Studio Ghibli runs them close, and even Dreamworks can come out with some crackers, but it’s hard to argue that Pixar isn’t the world’s greatest animation studio. From their inception with Toy Story in 1995 to last year’s The Good Dinosaur, here’s a run-down of the good and the bad, in order of quality.

(It should probably go without saying that from about #7 onwards, it gets difficult).

14. Cars 2 (2011)

Cars 2 isn’t terrible (Pixar are virtually incapable of making a terrible film), but it is awfully generic and unnecessary.  It turns out there’s a reason Cars was the first film Pixar chose to sequelize: merchandise.  They made more from the toy cars than the film itself, so Cars 2 was basically just a way of creating more characters to sell to kids.

13. A Bug’s Life (1998)

Until quite recently, »

- Edward Gardiner

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Disney’s Alan Horn Uses Low-Key Approach, Keen Creative Vision to Find Hits of the Future

11 April 2016 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

If Disney’s Burbank headquarters suggests the look of a whimsical, post-modern Parthenon, with columns styled as giant “Snow White” dwarves, then a sixth-floor screening room might be the building’s most sacred shrine. At least to Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn.

It’s to a modest, three-row theater that the man who oversees Disney’s hit-making factory retreats to get an early look at the would-be blockbuster movies of tomorrow, from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and “Captain America: Civil War” to “The Jungle Book” and “Finding Dory.” Horn comes to the theater carrying only two possessions: a totemic brand of pencil (more on that later) and a notepad. “I get to look at the very, very first cut,” he says, pausing to relish the thought. “That is heaven for me.”

The humble trappings belie the status of one of the most powerful figures in media. His position at the forefront of U. »

- James Rainey

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