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* ''WesternAnimation/WallE''. [[RagnarokProofing Despite being in 700 years worth of disrepair]], the big screens across the city can still playback the president giving some of the backstory of why the Earth looks the way it does.
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* Used extensively in the film ''Film/{{Apollo 13}}'' as the crew's plight was a major news item at the time, with former CBS News Anchor Walter Cronkite providing the opening narration, which was in the form of a new clip (confirmed by director Ron Howard in the DVD commentary) and archive footage of actual news breaks was mixed in with scripted ones throughout the film.

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* Used extensively in the film ''Film/{{Apollo 13}}'' ''Film/Apollo13'' as the crew's plight was a major news item at the time, with former CBS News Anchor Walter Cronkite providing the opening narration, which was in the form of a new clip (confirmed by director Ron Howard in the DVD commentary) and archive footage of actual news breaks was mixed in with scripted ones throughout the film.






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* ''WesternAnimation/WallE''. [[RagnarokProofing Despite being in 700 years worth of disrepair]], the big screens across the city can still playback the president giving some of the backstory of why the Earth looks the way it does.



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** ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan'': The explosion in Oscorp in the first issues was introduced with the narration of a news voice over.
** ''ComicBook/UltimateXMen'': The first issue starts with one of those, to explain the reader the existence of mutants, the terrorist mutant group led by Magneto, and the Sentinels issued as a response.


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* Some of the exposition in the 2000 ''{{Hamlet}}'', which is set in the corporate world, gets handed to a business news reporter.
* The film version of ''Film/HarryPotter and the Order of the Phoenix''.

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* Some of the exposition in the 2000 ''{{Hamlet}}'', ''Film/{{Hamlet}}'', which is set in the corporate world, gets handed to a business news reporter.
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* The modern film ''WilliamShakespearesRomeoAndJuliet.'' Shakespeare's play has a narrator at the beginning and the end; the film handles those lines by making its main story the subject of a news story...

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* The modern film ''WilliamShakespearesRomeoAndJuliet.''Film/WilliamShakespearesRomeoAndJuliet.'' Shakespeare's play has a narrator at the beginning and the end; the film handles those lines by making its main story the subject of a news story...



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* ''WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}}''. [[RagnarokProofing Despite being in 700 years worth of disrepair]], the big screens across the city can still playback the president giving some of the backstory of why the Earth looks the way it does.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}}''.''WesternAnimation/WallE''. [[RagnarokProofing Despite being in 700 years worth of disrepair]], the big screens across the city can still playback the president giving some of the backstory of why the Earth looks the way it does.


* ''Film/CitizenKane'' opens with a fake newsreel recounting most of the major highlights of the just-deceased Charles Foster Kane's life.



* ''Film/SkyCaptainAndTheWorldOfTomorrow'' (2004). A radio announcer (along with a SpinningPaper montage) is used to show that the robot attack on New York is part of a worldwide phenomenon.

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* ''Film/SkyCaptainAndTheWorldOfTomorrow'' (2004).''Film/SkyCaptainAndTheWorldOfTomorrow''. A radio announcer (along with a SpinningPaper montage) is used to show that the robot attack on New York is part of a worldwide phenomenon.


* ''Film/CitizenKane'' opens with a fake newsreel recounting most of the major highlights of the just-deceased Charles Foster Kane's life.





* ''Film/LAConfidential'' had the voice of Sid Hutchinson (Danny [=DeVito=]) reading from the gossip magazine he ran.

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* ''Film/LAConfidential'' had the voice of Sid Hutchinson Hudgens (Danny [=DeVito=]) reading from the gossip magazine he ran.

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* Used at the beginning and end of ''Film/TheFlyingMan'' to narrate the Flying Man's appearance and Mike's fate.


* The film version of ''HarryPotter and the Order of the Phoenix''.

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