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On The Lot: 'Rio 2,' Dee Dee Myers, Bryan Singer and more




Director Bryan Singer attends the premiere of New Line Cinema's
Director Bryan Singer attends the premiere of New Line Cinema's "Jack The Giant Slayer" at TCL Chinese Theatre on Feb. 26, 2013 in Hollywood.
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LA Times’ Rebecca Keegan joins us for her regular Monday Hollywood update.

This week, "Rio 2" proves that "Frozen" may not have been a fluke – animated musicals are back.  

Former Clinton Press Secretary Dee Dee Myers is the new head of communications at Warner Bros.  It’s only the most recent example of that odd revolving door between Hollywood and The Beltway.  

Director Bryan Singer is out promoting his new "X-Men" movie, but he has a problem: a 31-year-old man filed a sex abuse case against him this weekend.  

In China, they are finally screening "Rebel Without A Cause," so Chinese kids can now tell their parents, “you’re tearing me apart.”