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Fox has announced it will end both Beverly Hills, 90210 and Party Of Five at the end of this season.

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Western International Syndication has gotten the U.S. distribution rights to The Immortal, the new Lorenzo Lamas science fiction series.

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Tim Curry has signed to star as the bad guy in the film version of Charlie's Angels, joining Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, and Lucy Liu on the project.

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Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz will once again play Rick O'Connell and Evelyn Carnahan in the sequel to The Mummy, scheduled to begin filming this spring. The Mummy 2 is expected to be released in May 2001.

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Michael Crichton has signed with Fox Television to write and produce an hour long television series. Show information, episode list, cast, and airdates. The title and premise of the series are not known at this time.

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Warner Bros. has bought the rights to The Guardians -- Book One: The Unbound, from Stan Lee for feature film development.

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Farscape, which is about to begin its second season, has a feature film and a book series in the works, according to Rockne S. O'Bannon, creator of the series.

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Chris Carter is developing a The X-Files spinoff show featuring The Lone Gunmen.

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Executive producer John McTiernan, whose last work was The Thomas Crown Affair film, will next work with ATG on a new television version of The Saint for UPN.

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Brak from Cartoon Network's Space Ghost Coast To Coast will appear in his own special called Brak Presents The Brak Show Starring Brak on February 20.The show's guests will include Freddie Prinze Jr., The Chieftains, and Monica.

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Todd McFarlane is producing and directing a new animated science fiction series for UPN to be called Gorilla World. The show is about a futuristic world where gorillas are in charge and humans are treated like animals

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For the February sweeps, Fox is moving That '70s Show to Monday nights and shelving both Time Of Your Life and Get Real. The change takes effect on February 7.

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The latest television series based upon a Gene Rodenberry idea, Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda, has been given a 44 episode, two season commitment from Tribune Entertainment. The series stars Kevin Sorbo.

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Alliance Atlantis Entertainment has renewed its lineup of syndicated one hour television shows. This renewal includes amazon, Earth: Final Conflict, Beastmaster, and Total Recall 2070.

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Fox has renewed Futurama for the 2000-2001 television season, although it is still uncertain whether there will be 13, 22 or some other amount of episodes in the season.

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Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace will be released onto video ONLY, and not onto DVD, on April 4th.

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Disney has announced a sequel to The Little Mermaid to be called The Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea, for release on both video and DVD later this year.

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PBS has announced 40 episodes of a Clifford The Big Red Dog animated series for its 2000-2001 television season. Based upon the Scholastic childrens' book series, Clifford will feature the voices of John Ritter as Clifford, Kel Mitchell as T-Bone, Grey DeLisle as Emily Elizabeth, and Cree Summer as Cleo.

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Sci-Fi has announced it will add GvsE to its Friday night lineup beginning in March. There will be nine new episodes aired during the block, in addition to the episodes already seen on the USA Network.

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Fox Kids will announce its midseason lineup in early February and will announce its 2000-2001 television schedule on March 3, 2000.

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Rumor has it that the X-Men theaterical film trailer will be aired during the Super Bowl on ABC on Sunday, January 30, 2000.

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Fox Kids has announced that NASCAR Racers will have its season debut on Saturday, February 5, 2000.

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Allegedly spoon-bending psychic perfermormer Uri Geller has threatened the creators of Pokémon with a $100 million lawsuit. The suit is over the Pokémon character Kadabra, who carries a spoon and injures his opponents with a psychic attack.

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Fox has cancelled its half-hour Ally series due to low ratings.

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Fox Kids is developing an animated version of the cult favorite comic book and Internet comic, Joe Psycho & MooFrog Cartoonshow, as a series.

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Burger King is recalling 25 million Pokémon Pokéball toys after a 13 month old girl suffocated herself with one. The toys are considered to pose a choking hazard to children under three years old.

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According to the New York Post, Ben Affleck has signed to star in the next Batman film.

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Nichelle Nichols, best known as Lt. Uhura from Star Trek, will star as Iris McNeil, the mother of Henry McNeil on an upcoming episode of GvsE.

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Wizards Of The Coast will release Nemesis, an expert-level expansion for the Magic: The Gathering trading card game. Nemesis is scheduled for a February 14, 2000 release date and will be sold in four 60-card theme decks and 15-card boosters.

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Paramount Pictures is in talks with Simon West about directing a feature film based upon the Tomb Raider video game series. The film was originally set for a summer 2000 release date, but with production yet to begin that looks doubtful.

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Sci-Fi has committed to an initial run of 13 episodes of its upcoming Invisible Man series, starring Vincent Ventresca based upon the two-hour pilot. The show will go into production in February and the show is set to air in June 2000 as part of Sci-Fi's Friday night Sci-Fi Prime lineup.

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Fox has announced its upcoming science fiction series, Fearsum TV, that will feature a website to go along with the show, with its own original material to complement the series.

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New Line Cinema has hired Terry Rossio and Ted Elliott to write a screenplay for an Iron Man film.

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During an online chat Robert K. Weiss, the co-creator of Sliders, brought up the possibility of making a feature film version of the television series. Show information, episode list, cast, and airdates.

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Wizards Of The Coast announced it will introduce a new Pokémon Jr. Adventure Game.

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Sony Pictures Family Entertainment has optioned the film rights to both H.R. Pufnstuf and Land Of The Lost. Both films will be produced by Sid and Marty Krofft.

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Warner Bros. will release a full-length animated feature from the Batman Beyond series, to be called Return Of The Joker, on November 7, 2000.

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Harsh Realm, which aired on Fox for only three episodes even though eight were completed, could return to television on the FX cable network in March 2000.

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A third Pokémon feature film is scheduled for release in Japan in summer 2000 at about the same time the second film, Pocket Monsters: Revelation Lugia, is released in the US. The third film is tentatively titled Pocket Monster: The Lord Of The Unknown Tower and will show with a short film tentatively titled Pokémon 2000.

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Indiana Jones' bullwhip from The Raiders Of The Lost Ark films was auctioned off for 27,500 British pounds ($44,657) at Christie's Film and Entertainment auction in London.

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According to Variety, the directing of the live-action Spider-Man film will be done by either David Fincher or Chris Columbus. A decision is expected by the end of the year.

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Joe Simon, who co-created comics hero Captain America, has challenged Marvel Enterprises for the ownership rights to the character.

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Wizards Of The Coast, a subsidiary of Hasbro, has been given the exclusive worldwide license to publish roleplaying games, miniatures table-top games and accessories based upon the Star Wars line.

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WB has decided not to continue its series Safe Harbor beyond its initial 13 episode run. The remaining episodes will run over the next few weeks.

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Monty Python member John Cleese is producing a supernatural comedy show for ABC for the 2000-2001 season.

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Kyle MacLachlan will star in NBC's supernatural thriller The Spring, set to debut on January 16, 2000.

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Director Peter Jackson has stated that the first installment of his Lord Of The Rings film trilogy will be in theaters in 2001, with the three films to be released in six to nine month intervals. The first movie, The Fellowship Of The Ring, will end with a trailer for the second, The Two Towers, which will end with one for the third, The Return Of The King.

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New Line Television is trying to sell its new syndicated science fiction series, Matthew Blackheart: Monster Smasher to stations for fall 2000.

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Cartoon and comic book character The Tick may star in a live-action primetime series in fall 2000. Fox has ordered a pilot for a half-hour action comedy to be executive produced by Barry Sonnenfeld and Barry Josephson.

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USA Network has placed GvsE on hiatus, although it is considering moving the series to its sister network, Sci-Fi.

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Richard Hatch is trying to bring Battlestar Galactica back by launching a write-in campaign to Universal Studios and Sci-Fi. If you are interested, you can find out how to help bring the show back.

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Richard Donner, director of the Lethal Weapon films, will executive produce a new syndicated science fiction series called Matthew Blackheart: Monster Smasher for the 2000-2001 season.

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The video release date for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace is reportedly set for April 3, 2000.

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Scooby-Doo Meets The Boo Brothers is set to be released by Warner Home Video on March 14, 2000.

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ABC has cancelled It's Like, You Know..., Odd Man Out, Oh Grow Up, and Snoops due to low ratings and to make room in their schedule for permanent spots for Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? This change is effective January 11, 2000, although some series may cease airing before that date.

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The Fox Network has cancelled its series Action due to low ratings. The last episode of the series has aired.

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The Fox Network is preempting Futurama for the month of January in order to decut its new comedy series Malcolm In The Middle. Futurama will return on February 6, 2000.

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Yu-Go-Oh, a new Japanese multi-media series is creating the same sort of frenzy in Japan as Pokémon has. The series began as a comic book series created by Kazuki Takahashi, then spun off into a popular television series, Game Boy game, and trading card game. At a recent game-card tournament, 55,000 fans tried to enter the 40,000-capacity Tokyo Dome in order to obtain the game cards. When event was closed, the crowds rioted.

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Pixar and Disney scored big at the box office with Toy Story 2, which grossed an estimated $57.7 million, the biggest Thanksgiving weekend ever for a single film.

 
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