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Local movies set for release next fall

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We noticed that “Business Trip,” the Vince Vaughn movie that was filmed around Boston in November, has a tentative release date. The Internet Movie Database says the film, which also features Dave Franco, Tom Wilkinson, and Sienna Miller, is due out Oct. 24, 2014. The movie, which, as its title suggests, is about a man on a business trip, was also filmed in Berlin, which is why we didn’t see all of the stars in town for the project. . . . Beating “Business Trip” to the big screen will be Denzel Washington’s “The Equalizer,” mostly filmed in Haverhill, which comes out Sept. 26.

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