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Studios over the years have made big money with movies including "Basic Instinct," "Fatal Attraction" and even "Sex and the City. One of the grande dames of cinema, she's been seen more around the edges than center stage in recent years. Starz meets with 21st Century Fox about possible acquisition Meg James Executives with Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox and Starz met Tuesday to discuss a possible acquisition of the premium cable movie service, a deal that could expand Murdoch's reach into homes across the country.
Starz Chief Executive Chris Albrecht and It's safe to return to the television, together. For years, television has been criticized by many for being too violent, too sex-obsessed, too adult. The official "family viewing hour" disappeared in , and by the turn