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October 16, 2002 | Richard Verrier, Times Staff Writer
The Anthony Hopkins thriller "Red Dragon" has killed at the box office, garnering more than $63 million for Universal Pictures in the last 10 days. That's fortunate for parent Vivendi Universal: Vivendi is considering using box-office receipts to help back about $1 billion in bonds the company plans to issue as it restructures its finances, said sources familiar with the plan. The company declined to comment. Vivendi's lenders are arranging the bond issue as part of a deal to extend a $1.
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October 16, 2002 | Richard Verrier, Times Staff Writer
The Anthony Hopkins thriller "Red Dragon" has killed at the box office, garnering more than $63 million for Universal Pictures in the last 10 days. That's fortunate for parent Vivendi Universal: Vivendi is considering using box-office receipts to help back about $1 billion in bonds the company plans to issue as it restructures its finances, said sources familiar with the plan. The company declined to comment. Vivendi's lenders are arranging the bond issue as part of a deal to extend a $1.
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May 11, 1986 | MORGAN GENDEL
Abel Ferrara, a director who specializes in film and TV violence and whose looks would scare babies, almost jumped out of his socks. For a second he looked scared, there in the darkness of one of this city's seedier alleyways. Ferrara had heard the sounds of a violent altercation, maybe somebody killing somebody else. "What the hell is going on here?" he yelled. The audio man on the location chuckled softly, then shouted back the answer: "I was just playing back the last scene you shot."
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