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Grauman's Chinese Theatre to be sold
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Grauman's Chinese Theatre, in the heart of Hollywood, will change hands.
A partnership between Warner Brothers and Viacom is in talks to sell the iconic theater to movie producers, Don Kushner, executive producer of "Tron: Legacy," and Elie Samaha for an undisclosed amount.
The theatre opened in 1927 with the premier of Cecil B. DeMille's film "The King of Kings." Grauman's is known for its nearly 200 cement footprints, handprints and autographs of celebrities. It was declared a historic and cultural landmark in 1968.
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