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China's Baidu, the massive search engine whose iQiyi video website unit is making a major push into the film business, reported a 52-percent increase in revenues in the third quarter, and said it was upping its investment in content. Total revenues in the third quarter of 2014 were $2.203 billion), a 52 per cent increase from the corresponding period in 2013. The group said that it was investing more in iQiyi, a Netflix-like site which recently unveiled plans to make seven local films and one Hollywood film next year. Read more China's Alibaba Reportedly...


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The band known for the hit "Enter Sandman" is about to assist a talk show host in preparing his exit. Venerable rockers have been slotted for a week-long residency on the Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson in November, with the band confirming the news on Twitter. Read more Craig Ferguson Wants to Game the Game Show Genre "We'll be playing on @LateLateShowCBS for an entire week starting Monday, November 17th! #LateLateShow," the band posted Oct. 29. The performances help mark the 10th-anniversary reissue of the...


Sony is looking to breathe new life into the Bad Boys franchise by reviving the mismatched buddy cop dynamic for a third big screen outing.Deadline reports that Sony execs are in preliminary talks with screenwriter David Guggenheim, with the studio having singled him out as the man to pen a script for a second sequel. The plan is to reunite Will Smith and Martin Lawrence for the two leading roles, although the report doesn`t elaborate on whether any approach has been made at this point. It`s been ten years since the last Bad Boys film arrived in cinemas, but Sony clearly feels the time is...