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Jan 16

Warner Bros. and Fox Settle Watchmen Dispute

Warner Bros. and Fox have resolved their dispute over Watchmen, with the studios scheduled to present the settlement to Judge Gary Feess on Friday morning and request that the case be dismissed, says The Hollywood Reporter. Terms of the agreement will not be disclosed, but it is said to involve a sizable cash payment to Fox and …

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Dec 16

American Idol Returns on January 13

I know I am a dork, but I quite enjoy American Idol. Please tell me that Fox 8 will carry this live from America again! As I am based in Australia we sometimes don’t get it. The wait is almost over for the return of television’s No. 1 show! Last season’s finale boasted a record-breaking …

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Dec 16

Jack Black to Guest Star on The Office

This should be fun! Jack Black (Kung Fu Panda, Tropic Thunder) is set to guest-star in the upcoming post Super Bowl episode of “The Office.” The announcement was made by Angela Bromstad, President, Primetime Entertainment, NBC and Universal Media Studios. Source: comingsoon.net Go to Source

Dec 16

Stars sends anti-strike letter to SAG

Considering that the union is supposed to work for the members, I would say that this is a pretty clear message from the members. A-listers cite weakening economy as reason — Over 130 stars have come against the SAG strike authorization, including George Clooney, Matt Damon and Tom Hanks. In a letter sent Monday to …

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Dec 15

Oh Crap! Stephen Norrington to Reinvent The Crow

Oh, for craps sake, what the hell is wrong with Hollywood?!?! A remake of the Brandon Lee film “The Crow” is now in the works. Stephen Norrington, who hasn’t made a film since “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen”, has signed on to write and direct the remake. “The Crow” is based on the comic created by James …

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Dec 15

Chris Weitz to Direct New Moon

Summit Entertainment announced today that filmmaker Chris Weitz has been hired to direct the second film in the studio’s “Twilight” film franchise. The film, New Moon , is based on the second book in author Stephenie Meyer’s blockbuster book series. The announcement was made by Erik Feig, Summit’s President of Production. Source: comingsoon.net Go to …

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