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Film company takes blame for ‘Star Wars' accident that broke Harrison Ford's leg

A film production company on Tuesday admitted health and safety breaches over an accident on the set of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” that broke the leg of star Harrison Ford. 

The actor was struck by a hydraulic door on the set of the Millennium Falcon — his character Han Solo's spaceship — at Pinewood Studios near London in June 2014.

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Toronto International Film Festival will spotlight female directors and people of color at this year's gathering

A movie awards season that's shaping up to be about diversity will get a fitting kickoff at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.

The early Oscar bellwether will feature a number of stories by and about underrepresented voices. Most notably that means women, with 7 of its 19 galas directed by female filmmakers, a festival record.

Beginning Sept.

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Marni Nixon, whose singing gave voice to Hollywood's leading ladies, dies at 86 

Hollywood voice double Marni Nixon, whose singing was heard in place of the leading actresses in such classic movie musicals as “West Side Story,” “The King and I” and “My Fair Lady,” has died.

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Watch every trailer that premiered at Comic-Con 2016

San Diego’s Comic-Con 2016 debuted trailers for several upcoming television series and movies. From DC Comics’ “Wonder Woman,” to Oliver Stone’s drama thriller “Snowden,” take a gander at a jam-packed list of trailers, teasers and sneak peeks below. Just in case you missed anything. 

‘Wonder Woman’ — Warner Bros. 

Gal Gadot made her “Wonder Woman” standalone film debut at Comic-Con with this trailer.

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'Star Trek' leads the box office, and the horror tale 'Lights Out' beats expectations

With Captain Kirk and Spock leading the USS Enterprise, Paramount’s “Star Trek Beyond” took over the box office this weekend, unseating Universal’s “The Secret Life of Pets.”

“Star Trek Beyond,” the third installment since director J.J. Abrams revived the venerable franchise in 2009, pulled in an estimated $59.6 million in the U.S. and Canada, close to analyst expectations of about $60 million.

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Even after 15 years of braving crowds at Comic-Con, this journalist can still find the love

The San Diego Comic-Con is a gathering founded on, and fueled by, love. The only way to nurture a convention like this for 46 years, to get people to make an annual pilgrimage from around the world, is with a shared affection.

And yet, sometimes, Comic-Con can make it hard to feel that love.

With 140,000 people descending upon downtown San Diego from Wednesday to Sunday, everything becomes difficult.

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