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Topic - Sean Phillips
A court hearing for a northern Michigan man accused of killing his baby daughter will continue this summer.
A judge has called a long time-out in the case of a northern Michigan man accused of killing his baby daughter.
China isn't content playing a critical role in the U.S. economy by gobbling up chunks of the national debt. Now the global powerhouse is exporting some of its most popular films to American theaters, courtesy of AMC Entertainment.
"They have control over what trailers go up in their chains. If they really wanted to dedicate some of their promotional real estate, they can make it happen," he said.
"It's a totally viable experiment for AMC. ['Aftershock] is a movie that already has great popularity and was made with care and quality," Mr. Phillips said. "Some audiences, even non-Chinese audiences, might be interested in films like this."