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A big flop is painful even to the most successful filmmakers.

The Business exclusive: Simon Kinberg on the dark fate of ‘Dark Phoenix’

A big flop is painful even to the most successful filmmakers.

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Among the many superhero movies that studios have cranked out in recent years, Deadpool stands alone for its raunch and its R rating.

Tim Miller & Simon Kinberg: Deadpool

Among the many superhero movies that studios have cranked out in recent years, Deadpool stands alone for its raunch and its R rating.

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'X-Men: First Class' Producer Simon Kinberg's Meteoric Rise

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