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Fox sells Mexican studio to investors' group

Twentieth Century Fox has sold the Mexican studio used to shoot parts of Titanic and Tomorrow Never Dies to a group of private investors. The 46-acre Baja Studios near Rosarito, about 150 miles south of Los Angeles, was built in 1996. Its huge water tanks housed a replica of the title ship during the extended shoot of Titanic. The tanks were also used on other water-borne epics, among them Master ...

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