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With less than two weeks to go before November 3, the one phrase that might best define how the industry’s most influential Democrats are viewing the election is “cautious optimism” about their ticket. “If it were a big movie, I’d say the tracking looks good and pre-sales are encouraging, but you never know what happens on opening day,” Sony Motion Pictures Group chairman Tom Rothman says.
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