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Man who brought Hollywood to Wilmington dies

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video "Hollywood East" is here primarily thanks to one man - Dino De Laurentiis. Today people are remembering De Laurentiis after he died in California. Full story...
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Governor stole spotlight on new movie announcement

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Gov. Bev Perdue's office first announced last night "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island" will film in Wilmington. We wanted to know why the local film commission did not step in and make the announcement before the Governor. Full story...
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Caine, 'The Rock' to star in Wilmington-shot movie

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video Gov. Bev Perdue today announced that New Line Cinemas film Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Michael Caine will start production later this month in Wilmington. Full story...
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'One Tree Hill' fans flock to Port City

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Some of the biggest fans of the TV show "One Tree Hill" are visiting the Cape Fear Region. OTH fans from all around the country, as well as Canada and Mexico explored Wilmington. Full story...
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Casting call for middle schoolers Monday & Tuesday

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Fincannon & Associates, Inc. is seeking middle school children between the ages of 10 and 14 to be background extras in an upcoming national television show. Full story...
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Atlanta approves Screen Gems deal

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On the same night what could be the final episode of "One Tree Hill" aired, the studio that made Wilmington Hollywood East got the land deal it wanted two states away. Full story...
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Screen Gems head says new studio in GA won't hurt NC

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video Screen Gems Vice President Bill Vassar does not seem to think Hollywood East will lose business when his studio opens a new facility in Georgia, which will be much smaller than the one here. Full story...
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TV pilot coming to Wilmington

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The series is tied to executive producer John Wells, famous for his shows "ER" and "The West Wing." Full story...
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"One Tree Hill" fans make Port City pilgrimage

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TvideoThe trip was organized by one of the show's biggest fans. She's from miami, and used social media and one tree hill fan websites to spark interest. Full story...
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Governor Perdue visits Port City, discusses NC's film industry

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videoA day after the 15th Annual Cucalorus Film Festival opened, Governor Bev Perdue visited the Port City to talk about North Carolina's film industry. The governor signed an executive order reauthorizing the North Carolina Film Council. Full story...
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Stage Ten complete with indoor water tank

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videoIt's hoped that a new stage at Screen Gems will bring bigger and better movies to the Wilmington arena. It's called Stage Ten, and for special effects producers it's a dream come true. Full story...
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Disney picks Georgia for Cyrus flick

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It looks like Miley Cyrus will not make a movie in Wilmington after all.

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Gov. Perdue visits Wilmington, economic announcement a bust

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Gov. Bev Perdue was supposed to attend a hastily-assembled press conference at Screen Gems Wednesday to make a "major economic announcement."

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Screen Gems on track for opening

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The third-largest film and production stage in the United States is on track to open in a couple of months here in the Port City. Full story...
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North Carolina's film incentives

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videoA major topic of conversation during last week's groundbreaking for Screen Gems new mega sound stage was North Carolina’s film incentives. These incentives have been a big factor in the rebirth of the production business in our area, and they may be in for an overhaul. Full story...
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