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AFTRA Opposes Florida Reg; Netflix Harming Indies?

Liam • Despite several other states, like New York and California, regulating talent agents, Florida may deregulate the occupation. AFTRA says nay. The Hollywood Reporter has the story.

THR also takes a look at Netflix's relationship with independent films. It was once the only major player in the digital game, but now there are more opportunities for small filmmakers.

• After a cast member fell on her head in March, T.V. Carpio returned to "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" this past weekend. The actress plays the supervillain Arachne. Playbill's got the report.

• The upcoming film "Hunger Games," which sounds like a Fox reality show, has cast its two male leads  to star opposite Jennifer Lawrence. Josh Hutcherson ("The Kids Are All Right") will play Peeta Mellark and Liam Hemsworth will be Gale Hawthorne. Deadline called it first.

Pictured: Liam Hemsworth (Photo: Getty Images)

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