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'Piranha 3DD' opens Friday, but not in Wilmington theaters

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A movie that shot in Wilmington last year opens Friday, but you won't see it this weekend in Wilmington theaters. Full story...
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NC site where 'Hunger Games' was shot being sold

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The North Carolina site where "The Hunger Games' was filmed is being sold. Full story...
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'Iron Man 3' filming underway in Wilmington

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video Whether on set or on location, "Iron Man 3" has started filming right here in the Cape Fear. According to sources inside the movie, "Iron Man 3," code-named "Caged," is finally underway. Screen Gems Studios was busy Wednesday as the cast and crew got to work. Full story...
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Domino effect bringing big names to Hollywood East

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video Major motion pictures are headed for the Cape Fear and may help lure more major stars to the area. It's no secret "Iron Man 3" has big names like Robert Downey Jr. and Don Cheadle, but other big celebrities are also headed this way. Now one of America's favorite "Friends" is heading to Wilmington. Full story...
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Sailing movie star docks in Wilmington

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video If you've seen movies like "Pirates of the Caribbean," you may recognize a ship docked along the Wilmington riverfront this weekend. Full story...
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'Where the Wild Things Are' author Maurice Sendak dies

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Maurice Sendak, the children's book author and illustrator who saw the sometimes-dark side of childhood in books like "Where the Wild Things Are" and "In the Night Kitchen," has died. He was 83. Full story...
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North Carolina to host 'You Are Here' & TV shoots for second season of Showtime hit Homeland

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After its starring role in The Hunger Games, North Carolina is set to host a number of other high-profile shoots, led by Iron Man 3 and Matthew Weiner’s feature directorial debut. Full story...
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Wilmington's Lavin gets another Tony nomination

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Wilmington's Linda Lavin has earned another Tony Award Nomination. The 74-year-old, who owns and operates the Red Barn Studio Theatre at 3rd and Marstellar Streets with her husband, is nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Play for her performance in "The Lyons." Full story...
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Scarlett Johansson may not be coming to Wilmington for 'Iron Man 3'

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Scarlett Johansson's "Iron Man" dalliance appears to be over. For now. Full story...
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'Caged Heat' casting call brings thousands to the mall

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videoHopefuls of every size, shape, age and ethnicity snaked around Independence Mall for the 'Caged Heat' casting call. Movie insiders say that's the code name for 'Iron Man 3,' and extra hopefuls could not be more excited. Full story...
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Casting director says excitement high for 'Iron Man 3' casting call

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video Stark Industries is flying into the Port City this weekend as "Iron Man 3" holds an open casting call. Casting coordinators hope Wilmington is as excited as Raleigh was last week. Full story...
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TONIGHT ON NIGHTLINE: Tony Stark, 'Iron Man 3' will be 'very different,' says producer Kevin Feige

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Marvel Studios president and “The Avengers” producer Kevin Feige told “Nightline” his next project, “Iron Man 3,” will be “very different” and just because it’s a sequel doesn’t mean the audience will know what’s coming. Full story...
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'American Bandstand' host Dick Clark dead at 82

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Dick Clark, the television host who helped bring rock 'n' roll into the mainstream on "American Bandstand," has died. He was 82. Full story...
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Speculation abounds as Wilmington gets ready for 'Iron Man 3'

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video There's a lot of buzz in the entertainment world about "Iron Man." Robert Downey Jr. stars as the super hero in "The Avengers," which opens next month. Meanwhile, the Port City is getting ready for "Iron Man 3," one of the biggest motion pictures in North Carolina history, to start shooting this spring. Full story...
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The Cape Fear excited about premier of 'Hunger Games'

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Amazon.com revealed earlier this week cities topping the list in the United States for reading The Hunger Games trilogy. The list was generated after compiling sales data of all versions of The Hunger Games books, in both print and Kindle formats, on a per capita basis in cities with over 100,000 residents. Wilmington, North Carolina holds the 14th spot! Full story...
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