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The Frame® FOR April 24, 2018

'A Quiet Place' producers; CinemaCon; Jamila Woods

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Andrew Form and Bradley Fuller, producers of the hit horror movie, "A Quiet Place," talk about the film's surprising box office success; movie studios at CinemaCon tout sequels, more sequels, and a Tarantino movie; meet poet and singer-songwriter Jamila Woods. See full episode >

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