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Hollywood business continues after Boston bombing

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  • Mark Wahlberg attends a screening of "Pain & Gain" on Monday in New York.

      Mark Wahlberg attends a screening of "Pain & Gain" on Monday in New York.
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LOS ANGELES -- While entertainers share their horror over the Boston Marathon bombings, Hollywood as a whole presses on.

There was no mention of the deadly blasts Tuesday at the National Association of Theater Owners convention in Las Vegas.

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New York's Tribeca Film Festival is set to open Wednesday night as planned, though organizers issued a statement Tuesday offering thoughts and prayers for the victims of the two explosions that rocked the Boston Marathon, killing three and injuring more than 170.

Boston native Mark Wahlberg attended a New York screening of his new film, "Pain and Gain," Monday night, and the end-of-the-world Tom Cruise-Morgan Freeman thriller "Oblivion" is set to open Friday as scheduled.

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