Hollywood Box Office: 'A National Obsession'

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We look at the business of making movie blockbusters with Dade Hayes, special reports editor at Variety, and Jonathon Bing, Variety's deputy managing editor. The two co-authored the new book Open Wide: How Hollywood Box Office Became a National Obsession.



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