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Hollywood's 2014 may well go down as a mere box-office blip, or it could be Act One in a drama of coming digital disruption.There were also signs that pointed to long-term trouble for the movie business. A Nielsen study found movie attendance for Americans ages 12-24 dropped a worrisome 15 percent in the first nine months of the year, compared to the first nine months in 2013 . The studio found success with a slate of modestly budgeted films.Much of the movie business is now about franchise-making, and a number of potentially lucrative ones were spawned in 2014 .Of the top 10 films of 2014, only one was wholly original: Christopher Nolan's space adventure "Interstellar".Warner Bros. has been one of the studios pushing to open big movies outside of standard blockbuster dates, like springtime's "Lego".Often the market-share leader, Warner Bros. fell behind both 20th Century Fox and Disney in 2014 .
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