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User-generated movie review site Flixster has acquired critic-focused movie review site Rotten Tomatoes from News Corp. to compliment their offering.
A complex, potential deal centers on News Corp.'s Rotten Tomatoes merging with Flixster, a social-networking site for movies. The resulting company's content could then be threaded throughout News Corp.'s MySpace.
The popular online destination for movie buffs is moving to TV, but will still rely heavily on users to do the reviewing.
Japanese company takes the health benefits of tomatoes and puts it into soap.