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Josh Rottenberg

Josh Rottenberg covers the film business for the Los Angeles Times. He previously worked as a senior writer at Entertainment Weekly, and his work has also appeared in the New York Times, Fast Company, Details and other publications. A graduate of Harvard University, he has played laser tag with Gary Coleman, taken a road trip in a snow storm with Will Ferrell, smoked a peace pipe with Lisa Bonet, and conducted a career-spanning interview with Kermit the Frog.
What Disney’s acquisition of Fox could mean for Marvel’s superheroes

For comic book devotees, the prospect of seeing the likes of, say, Wolverine, Deadpool and Mister Fantastic saving the world alongside Captain America, Thor and Black Panther – or perhaps battling it out among themselves – is tantalizing to say the least.

As Steven Spielberg takes aim at Netflix’s Oscars eligibility, battle lines form in Hollywood

Days after the Academy Awards, reports emerged that Steven Spielberg intends to propose rule changes aimed at leveling the playing field between Netflix and traditional distributors when it comes to Oscar consideration. Now Hollywood's top filmmakers are choosing sides.

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