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  1. Italy’s Outdoor Summer Movies See Threat From Ailing Film Industry
    A longstanding dispute between film distributors and associations that show outdoor films for free comes to a head as the industry reels from a post-coronavirus downturn.
  2. Don’t Forget That Joel Schumacher Briefly Saved Batman
    Schumacher’s flash and style may well have rescued the franchise. (And then, two years later, nearly sank it.)
  3. ‘Tenet,’ Expected to Signal Hollywood’s Return, Is Pushed Back
    The Christopher Nolan film will open on July 31 instead of July 17, meaning Disney’s “Mulan” will be the first big movie released since the pandemic closed theaters. Unless it also moves.
  4. ‘The Flash’ Actor and Showrunner React to Hartley Sawyer’s Dismissal
    Grant Gustin, who plays the Flash, and Eric Wallace, the showrunner, expressed anger over the supporting actor’s tweets. “Words matter,” Gustin said.
  5. Bugs Bunny Is Back, and So Is the ‘Looney Tunes’ Mayhem
    A new collection of shorts on HBO Max, “Looney Tunes Cartoons,” captures the look and feel of the originals.
  6. ‘Justice League,’ Recut by Zack Snyder, Will Come to HBO Max
    The 2017 superhero film replaced its director during a turbulent production, but fans’ cries to #ReleaseTheSnyderCut have been heard.
  7. Former Hulu Boss Will Lead WarnerMedia, Home of HBO and CNN
    Just before the start of HBO Max, AT&T names Jason Kilar as the head of its entertainment and news unit. He replaces John Stankey, who remains AT&T’s president.
  8. ‘Birds of Prey’ Stumbles at the Box Office
    The DC Comics spinoff led ticket sales this weekend, but its estimated $33.3 million debut is disappointing.
  9. A Tour of Burbank, Calif.
    A city with tree-lined streets, movie studios and prices that are rising for single-family houses and holding steady for condos.
  10. Clint Eastwood’s ‘Richard Jewell’ Is at the Center of a Media Storm
    The film shows the journalist Kathy Scruggs trading sex for a scoop. “It’s an insult not only to her, but to just about any other woman who’s been a reporter,” says her writing partner.

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