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  1. 5 Things to Do This Weekend
    A selection of entertainment highlights this weekend, including the debut of the animated series “Tiny Toons Looniversity.”
  2. 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.
  3. ‘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.
  4. ‘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.
  5. ‘Barbie’ Reaches $1 Billion at the Box Office, Warner Bros. Says
    No movie in Warner Bros. history has sold so many tickets so fast, the studio said of the movie directed by Greta Gerwig.
  6. ‘Barbenheimer’ Isn’t Funny in Nuclear-Scarred Japan
    The Japanese subsidiary of Warner Bros. criticized what it called insensitive promotion of “Barbie” by the company’s headquarters.
  7. ‘Barbie’ and ‘Oppenheimer’ Set Post-Pandemic Box Office High
    With the biggest revenues since 2019, “Barbenheimer” gives the usual franchises a run for their money, selling out even predawn screenings.
  8. Thieves Make Off With ‘Beetlejuice 2’ Props
    A 150-pound art sculpture and a decorated lamppost were taken from the movie set in Vermont, the authorities said.
  9. The Big Number: $150 Million
    Barbenheimer” is more than a cheeky internet meme — it’s a box-office phenomenon expected to bring in $150 million in the U.S. and Canada through Sunday.
  10. Pixar’s ‘Elemental’ Falls Flat, Adding to Worries About the Brand
    The original animated film took in $29.5 million at the box office, by far the worst opening in Pixar’s three-decade history. “The Flash,” from Warner Bros., also struggled.
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