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Old TV Stars Fight Over Merchandise

The shows have been off the air for years, but the battle continues. Stars from TV classics, including The Partridge Family and Happy Days, are suing their former studios over royalty money -- for toys, lunch boxes, board games, books and even slot machines -- that they claim is long overdue.

Facebook: Writing a Script for Online Movie Consolidation?

Warner Brothers is launching the first streaming-video app that lets people rent movies through Facebook. First up: The Dark Knight. It's a small test, but when Facebook enters a business, competitors get nervous: Here's how this move could trigger a round of mergers among the established players.

'Harry Potter' Movie Clip Leaked Online

The first 36 minutes of the much-hyped movie "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1" appeared online on Tuesday, days before the movie is released. The Internet is a-buzz with theories as to the origins of the leak, with some people saying it may have been a publicity stunt from studio Warner Bros.

Hooray for Hollywood and
the U.S.?

Observers are bracing for the revenue avalanche that 'Avatar' will generate in its third weekend onscreen -- even as they debate the movie's effect on their industry, and what if anything it may augur for the national economy and employment rates.