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Would any fictional gadget be more coveted by Hollywood executives than the memory-erasing “Men in Black” neuralyzer? Imagine the lucrative benefits of being able to, with a single flash, make moviegoers forget the film they just saw. Franchises would be endlessly renewable. IP could last forever.

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Want to enjoy a movie outside? There are plenty of options for you this week around Northern Utah, including multiple showings of the latest Spider-man installment and some older movies going back to the big screen for one night only. 

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Believe it or not, but June in Northern Utah is here and already underway. This month brings sunny days, school-free weeks, and the start of a calendar packed full of community events that run throughout the summer. 

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It’s been a bit since moviegoers had the chance to catch up with Godzilla — five years in fact — which in cinematic franchise time feels like at least a few decades.

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It’s pretty clear after watching the new live-action “Aladdin” that doubts about Will Smith’s casting as the Genie are overblown. It’s the guy behind the camera who should be doubted. And stuffed into a small lamp forever.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Some of Lionsgate’s most popular film franchises from “Hunger Games” to “Twilight” will be brought to life when the studio opens what it calls the world’s first vertical theme park in China this summer.