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The sequel to Alien vs. Predator will be called Alien vs. Predator: Requiem and will open on Christmas day.

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John Downer is set to direct a $50 million live-action movie based on Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book.

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Leonard Nimoy will reprise the role of Spock in the upcoming Star Trek film with Zachary Quinto playing Spock as a young man.

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Colm Meaney is in talks to star in the Life On Mars pilot for ABC, based upon the BBC series.

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Ubisoft will make videogames based upon the film Avatar, directed by James Cameron, and another based upon the television show Heroes.

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A Mighty Mouse CGI film is being developed by Paramount, with John Woo set to direct.

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Billy Crudup, Patrick Wilson Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Jackie Earle Haley, Malin Akerman, and and Matthew Goode have all been cast for the film adaptation of Watchmen, to be directed by Zack Snyder.

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Canadian actress Laura Vandervoort has been cast as Supergirl in The CW's Smallville next season.

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Tim Robbins, Martin Landau, Marianne Jean-Baptiste and Harry Treadaway have joined Bill Murray, Toby Jones and Saoirse Ronan in the cast of City Of Ember, to be directed by Gil Kenan and released in October 2008.

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Nayo Wallace has been cast as Minx, the girlfriend of Racer X (Matthew Fox) who is the rival of Speed (Emile Hirsch), in the Speed Racer film.

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The Primetime Emmy Award nominees are online now - be sure to check and see if your favorites were nominated for an Emmy!

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The film version of Sex And The City will begin filming in the fall with Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon all set to reprise their roles.

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Sean Penn and Iggy Pop will join Gena Rowlands and Catherine Deneuve as the voices for the Persepolis film in its North American release at the end of 2007.

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Jim Carrey will star as Scrooge in Robert Zemeckis' A Christmas Carol, which will blend live action with CGI and will be released in stereoscopic 3-D.

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Kevin Spacey will once again play the role of Lex Luthor in Superman: Man Of Steel, to be directed by Bryan Singer.

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Nicole Kidman will produce and star in Monte Carlo, based upon Jules Bass' novel Headhunters.

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Pixar is making Toy Story 3 with an expected 2010 release date. Lee Unkrich, who co-directed Toy Story 2, will direct the film.

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The new Discovery Kids series DinoSapien uses real science in creating the show's fictional dinosaurs that evolved to live in modern times.

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Cameron Diaz is set to star in The Box, a horror thriller to be directed by Richard Kelly.

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Cartoon Network and Hasbro have announced that they will produce a new animated Transformers series, set to premiere in January 2008. The new series will feature new characters, as well as a lighter tone.

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Russell Crowe and Leonardo DiCaprio will star in Body Of Lies, the adaptation of the David Ignatius novel that Ridley Scott will direct for Warner Bros.

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The Bangkok International Film Festival has removed the animated film Persepolis, which had been scheduled to open the festival on July 19, from its slate. The Iranian Embassy in Bangkok asked the festival to cancel the screening as a means of preserving international relations.

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Robert Mark Kamen will write the screenplay for the computer-animated Gatchaman movie, based upon the Japanese anime.

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Sylvain White will direct Castlevania, a live-action film adaptation of the Konami vampire video game.

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Marc Forster will direct, will write the screenplay, and Daniel Craig will once again star in the 22nd James Bond film set for a November 2008 release. Production is scheduled to begin at Pinewood Studios in London this December.

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Screen Gems is remaking The Big Chill with an African-American cast, featuring Regina King, and a more contemporary storyline.

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Yashraj Films has entered into an agreement with Walt Disney to create a series of original computer-animated feature films. The first film will be Roadside Romeo, a musical romance to be released summer 2008.

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FOX and Donald Trump are developing a new reality series to be called Lady Or A Tramp. The series will send party girls to charm school in an adaptation of the British series Ladette To Lady.

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Disney has signed an exclusive deal with Stan Lee and his production company POW! Entertainment. Lee, whose properties include the characters Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, X-Men, Fantastic Four, Daredevil, and Silver Surfer, will develop and produce several types of entertainment for Disney.

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The producers of Battlestar Galactica have announced it will end with the upcoming 22-episode fourth season.

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The Teen Titans comic will be adapted into a live-action movie for Warner Brothers.

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Millennium Films is developing a Hercules film based upon the mythological Greek character.

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Due to an overwhelming fan demand, CBS has reversed its cancellation of Jericho and has ordered seven new episodes for midseason 2007-2008.

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MGM is releasing a two-disc collector's DVD of Invasion Of The Body Snatchers on August 7 timed to coincide with Theatrical release of The Invasion.

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CBS is recasting the character of Beth, played by Shannon Lucio in the pilot, for Moonlight its vampire drama set to premiere in fall 2007.

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Comedy Central is developing Gay Robot as an animated project based upon a character featured on Adam Sandler's comedy album Shhh... Don't Tell.

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The BBC has paid over $788,000 per episode for exclusive U.K. TV rights to the second season of the NBC show Heroes.

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Shrek The Third's opening weekend of $121.6 million marks the biggest animated film opening in box office history, the third best non-holiday release ever, and the fourth-biggest weekend bow of all time.

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Mike Myers will star in The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, a remake of the Danny Kaye comedy classic for Samuel Goldwyn Films and 20th Century Fox.

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Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson will direct and produce three back-to-back films based upon Georges Remi's comic strip hero Tintin for DreamWorks. Films will be produced in full digital 3-D, with the two filmmakers each directing at least one of the movies.

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NBC announced that
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
will shift to the USA cable network for the 2007-08 season, while Law & Order and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit will stay at NBC.

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Dark Horse Entertainment and Hyde Park Entertainment will partner on a series of independent films. The first one will be The Blackburne Covenant, a project based on the Dark Horse Comics graphic novel about an author whose fictional plot turns out to have a supernatural basis in reality.

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Fall TV Schedules are announced this week. Be sure to stop by the Fall 2007 TV Grid to see what shows made the cut.

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For the first time in the show's history, the Most Haunted paranormal investigation team will come to the United States for a live investigation from a top secret, yet-to-be disclosed haunted location. The Travel Channel will broadcast an unprecedented seven straight hours live on Friday, June 1, from 8 p.m. through Saturday, June 2, at 3 a.m. ET. Presenter Yvette Fielding, spiritual medium David Wells, and the rest of the Most Haunted team will conduct the investigation. Armed with night-vision cameras, thermal-imaging devices and other paranormal investigation tools, the team will perform a thorough investigation of the location and attempt communication with the paranormal. The team will have extensive access to the location, including areas that are not currently open to the public.

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ABC has picked up the following pilots to consider for its fall 2007 television season: American Family, The Call, Carpoolers, Cashmere Mafia, Cavemen, Dirty Sexy Money, Eli Stone, Family Of The Year, Football Wives, Judy's Got A Gun, Life on Mars, Marlowe, The Middle, Miss/Guided, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, The News, Nice Girls Don't Get The Corner Office, Pushing Daisies, Samantha Be Good, See Jayne Run, Suspect, The Thick Of It, Traveling In Packs, and Women's Murder Club.

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CBS has picked up the following pilots to consider for its fall 2007 television season: 1321 Clover, Atlanta, Babylon Fields, The Big Bang Theory, The Captain, Demons, Ex Men, Giants Of Radio, I'm In Hell, The Man, Protect And Serve, The Rich Inner Life Of Penelope Cloud, Skip Tracer, Stumps Of Hollywood, Swingtown, Twilight, and Viva Laughlin.

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CW has picked up the following pilots to consider for its fall 2007 television season: Aliens In America, Barnes, Dash 4 Cash, Eight Days A Week, Gossip Girl, Gravity, Hell On Earth, I Am Paige Armstrong, M.I.L.F. And Cookies, and Reaper.

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FOX has picked up the following pilots to consider for its fall 2007 television season: Action News, Anchorwoman, Animals, The Apostles, The Beast, Canterbury's Law, Company Man, The Cure, Deeply Irresponsible, Hackett, K-Ville, Life And Times Of Tim, Me & Lee, The Minister Of Divine, New Amsterdam, Nurses, Playing Chicken, The Return Of Jezebel James, Rules For Starting Over, Sarah Connor Chronicles, Skyler's Revolution, Supreme Courtships, Them, Two Dreadful Children, Two Families, and Work Wife.

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NBC has picked up the following pilots to consider for its fall 2007 television season: Area 57, The Bionic Woman, Business Class, Chuck, Ft. Pit, I'm With Stupid, Improv Everywhere, The IT Crowd, Journeyman, Kath And Kim, Life, Lipstick Jungle, The Mastersons Of Manhattan, This Is Culdesac The Watch, Wild Life, and Zip.

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Cartoon Network will air Robot Chicken: Star Wars, a 30-minute animated spoof with voices by Mark Hamill, Malcolm McDowell, Hulk Hogan, Conan O'Brien, Seth MacFarlane, Robert Smigel, James Van Der Beek, Donald Faison, Abraham Benrubi, Breckin Meyer and Joey Fatone. George Lucas will voice the animated version of himself and the special was made in collaboration with Lucasfilm. It will air on June 24, 2007 on Adult Swim.

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Edward Norton has been cast as Bruce Banner and Liv Tyler as Betty Ross in The Incredible Hulk, with a tentative 2008 release.

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Wizards Of The Coast will end publication of Dungeons And Dragons magazines with the September issues and will instead be putting similar content online.

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Marvel Entertainment is running a sweepstakes that allows the winner the opportunity to have a walk-on role in an upcoming Marvel Studios movie.

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Lawrence Kasdan will write the screenplay for a remake of Clash Of The Titans for Warner Brothers.

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Marvel Studios is working on a Broadway musical based upon Spider-Man with Bono and the Edge from U2 writing the music and lyrics for the show.

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Barnes & Noble Inc. announced that pre-orders for Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows have exceeded 500,000 copies, breaking the previous record. The book will be released on July 21, 2007.

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Christina Ricci, Emile Hirsch, Susan Sarandon and John Goodman have all signed to be in Larry and Andy Wachowski's live-action Speed Racer movie.

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Eric Johnson will star in Sci-Fi's new Flash Gordon series, set for an August premiere.

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Beginning Saturday, April 28, 2007, at 8 PM (ET/PT), Animal Planet debuts Spring Watch USA, a four-week, as-it-happens, multi-media, nationwide event. Filmed just prior to broadcast, this miniseries is a celebration of the arrival and beauty of spring across the nation.

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Shia LaBeouf will star with Harrison Ford in the fourth Indiana Jones movie, scheduled for release on May 22, 2008. No word yet on what role he will play in the film.

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Louis Leterrier will direct a style="color: #0000FF; font-weight: normal" href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/redirect.html?link_code=ur2&tag=pazsazentertainm&camp=1789&creative=9325&location=/gp/search%3F%26index=dvd%26keywords=Incredible%20Hulk%26_encoding=UTF8">The Incredible Hulk using a script by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Zak Penn. The film is sset to start production in June in Toronto.

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New York city in conjunction with Columbia Pictures announced that the week of April 30 to May 6, 2008 will be "Spider-Man Week In NYC," with a variety of events planned citywide, climaxing with the world premiere of Spider-Man 3.

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Oprah Winfrey has selected The Road by Cormac McCarthy, a novel about a boy and his father traveling athrough a post-apocalyptic world, as her newest book-club selection.

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A website has been put online for Shrek The Third, which opens May 18, 2007.

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John August, the writer for the Shazam! movie, says that Jake Gyllenhaal has never been under consideration for the role of Captain Marvel.

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Director Tim Burton will receive the Golden Lion lifetime achievement award at the 2007 Venice Film Festival.

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Eddie Murphy, Gabrielle Union, Ed Helms and Elizabeth Banks will star in Starship Dave, a comedy for 20th Century Fox.

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Rumors has it that Jake Gyllenhaal is the favorite to play Captain Marvel in New Line Cinema's Shazam! movie.

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Jim Carrey, Steve Carell, Carol Burnett, Dane Cook, Will Arnett, Seth Rogen, Isla Fisher, Dan Fogler, Amy Poehler, Jaime Pressly, and Jonah Hill all will do voices for the animated film Horton Hears A Who.

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Dennis Quaid, Luke Wilson, Amanda Peet, Justin Long and Chris Evans will do voices for the computer-animated film Terra, about an interplanetary conflict between a peaceful world and human warriors.

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Ken Davitian has joined Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway, The Rock, Terence Stamp, and Alan Arkin in the Get Smart movie.

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Jason Lee will star as Dave Seville along with computer-generated chipmunks, Alvin, Simon and Theodore in the film Alvin And The Chipmunks.

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Eddie Murphy will star in a film version of Fantasy Island, with Jay Scherick and David Ronn writing the script.

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Paul Reubens will star as the alien in Area 52, a sitcom for NBC about a group of government employees who keep watch over an alien.

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Richard Dreyfuss, Zooey Deschanel, and Alan Cumming will star in Syfy's Tin Man miniseries, based upon Frank Baum's The Wizard Of Oz

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J.J. Abrams will direct Star Trek XI, which is expected to have a Christmas 2008 release date.

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George Clooney and Cate Blanchett are in talks to do voices for the lead characters in Wes Anderson's animated The Fantastic Mr. Fox.

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The Sega games Sword Of Vermilion, Vectorman, Sonic Spinball, and Beyond Oasis will all be available for download on the Wii Shop Channel.

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Kevin Smith will direct Reaper, a pilot for The CW about a bounty hunter for the devil, starring Bret Harrison from The Loop.

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Spider-Man swings back onto television screens in early 2008 as an animated series on The CW. Tentatively titled The Amazing Spider-Man, the new series picks up the original web-slinger's mythology at the beginning of his hero's journey as a not-so-typical 16-year-old entering his junior year of high school. Having spent the summer engaging common criminals with his new-found powers, Peter Parker must conceal his secret identity while engaging a new level of terror: the multi-leveled pressures of teenage life at home and school while combating bigger, badder super-villains in the real world.

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The Academy Award winners are online now - be sure to check and see if your favorites won an Oscar!

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The Star Wars: The Force Unleashed video game will be released by Lucas Arts in November.

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James Cameron has announced that Sigourney Weaver, Wes Studi, Peter Mensah, Joel David Moore, C.C.H. Pounder, Lola Herrera and Laz Alonso will star in his upcoming Avatar movie.

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SCI FI Channel has renewed Battlestar Galactica for another season, ordering 13 new episodes for an expected January 2008 premiere.

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Paramount Pictures will release the fourth Indiana Jones movie on May 22, 2008.

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John Cusack, Hilary Duff, Rodrigo Santoro, Tom Conti, Joe Anderson, Lance Henriksen and Steven Berkhof have all been cast in the science fiction film Talking To Dog.

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Warwick Davis will star as Nikabrik The Black Dwarf in The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian.

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The Grammy Award winners are online now - be sure to check and see if your favorites won a Grammy!

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IDW Publishing is putting out its upcoming Star Trek comic done entirely in the Klingon. Star Trek: Klingons - Blood Will Tell will be a five-part miniseries released in April that will be available in a special Klingon-language edition, complete with the original English version to help understand it, as well as an English edition.

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Katie Holmes turned down a chance to once again play the part of Rachel Dawes in the upcoming Batman Begins sequel. Rumors abound that Rachel McAdams is set to take over the role.

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David Beckham will be featured as the prince from Sleeping Beauty in a new Disney "Year Of A Million Dreams" ad campaign for the Walt Disney Company's theme parks.

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J.K. Rowling announced that the release date for Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, the seventh (and final) Harry Potter book will be July 21, 2007.

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World Of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade, the expansion of the multiplayer online role-playing game World Of Warcraft, has broken first-day sales records by selling nearly 2.4 million copies worldwide in its first 24 hours.

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Eric Roberts has joined the series Heroes as Thompson, an associate of Claire's father.

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Fox has ordered Them, a pilot for a science fiction series which is about aliens who infiltrate the human race and based upon a graphic novel.

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Heroes has been officially renewed for a complete second season for the 2007-2008 television season.

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Sprint will stream Smallville Legends: The Oliver Queen Chronicles, a weekly six-episode short animated wireless series based upon the Smallville television series starting January 18.

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The Academy Award nominees are online now - be sure to check and see if your favorites were nominated for an Oscar!

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Alan Cumming has been cast in its six-hour original miniseries from Sci-Fi, tentatively titled Tin Man. The fantasy miniseries is a new perspective of The Wizard of Oz and is scheduled to premiere on the channel in December.

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The seventh annual Shriekfest is now accepting science fiction, fantasy, horror, and thriller submissions for its film and screenplay competitions. The 2007 film festival will take place at the Chaplin Theatre in Los Angeles from September 28 to October 7, 2007.

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New Line Films chief executive Robert Shaye has publicly announced the company will not only refuse to allow Peter Jackson to direct The Hobbitt, but the director of The Lord Of The Rings films will not work for New Line as long as Shaye is in charge. This comes after Jackson filed a law suit against the company over financial anomalies with The Lord Of The Rings trilogy grosses.

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MGM announced today the extension of the Stargate SG-1 franchise with two movies based on the popular series. Titled Stargate: The Ark Of Truth and Stargate: Continuum, the movies will both be made available to the television universe and home entertainment marketplace by MGM. Stargate: The Ark Of Truth will bring a conclusion to the primary storyline of the past two seasons of the Stargate SG-1 television series. Show information, episode list, cast, and airdates. More thrills and action-packed scenes are planned for this special event movie. The suspense will end as fans will see the conclusion of the epic Ori saga. In the second movie, Stargate: Continuum the Stargate SG-1 team is now free to embark on new and exciting adventures throughout the endless SGU: Stargate Universe.

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The Golden Globe Award winners are online now - be sure to check and see if your favorites won!

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The World Premiere of The Number 23, starring Jim Carrey and Virginia Madsen, will take place at the 22nd Santa Barbara International Film Festival in late January. The film, directed by Joel Schumacher, is set to open nationwide on February 23.

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According to a feasibility study conducted by New Mexico State University, the universal association between the city of Roswell, NM and aliens makes the city the ideal place to build an alien-themed amusement park. The proposed park would have rides, a learning center, and interactive stations.

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Aqua Teen Hunger Force will be the first cartoon from Cartoon Network's Adult Swim to be turned into a feature film. It is set for a March 16 release date.

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The Walt Disney Company announced several planned additions to its theme parks based upon movies produced by Pixar. Among them will be two attractions based upon Finding Nemo ("Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage" at Disneyland and "Finding Nemo: The Musical" at Disneyworld), as well as attractions based on Monsters, Inc. and Cars at Disneyworld.

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Margaret Weis Productions will release a role-playing game based upon Battlestar Galactica. A quick-start guide is currently available, with the Battlestar Galactica Role Playing Game being released on March 14, 2007.

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FOX has cancelled The O.C. after four seasons. The series will air new episodes culminating in the series finale on Thursday, February 22.

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James Cameron he has pushed back the release date of his upcoming movie Avatar to the summer of 2009.

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J.K. Rowling announced that the title of the seventh (and final) Harry Potter book will be Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows. The book is expected to be released in 2007.

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IDW Publishing will release a four-part Transformers comic that is a prequel for the upcoming Transformers movie in February 2007.

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Bungie Studios and Microsoft are allowing registration for the beta program for the Halo 3 videogame. The program begins in spring 2007 and will be open to North Americans. To participate, gamers must have an Xbox 360 with a hard drive, a valid Xbox Live Gold subscription and a valid Microsoft .NET Passport account with an Xbox Live Gamertag linked to it.

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Sony Pictures has put online a web site for its Ghost Rider movie, set to open on February 16, 2007.

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New Line has put online a web site for its The Golden Compass movie, based upon the His Dark Materials books and set to open in December 2007.

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Christopher Eccleston, who starred in the first season of Doctor Who, will join the cast of Heroes in January.

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20th Century Fox will have a built-in teaser trailer for Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer attached to Eragon and Night At The Museum.

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Animaniacs, Volume 2 and Pinky and The Brain, Volume 2 DVD's are being released on Tuesday, December 5th, 2006. In order to get you ready for the release, the following pages are available on MySpace for you to enjoy:

Yakko; Wakko; Dot; Animaniacs

Pinky; The Brain; Pinky And The Brain

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Battlestar Galactica will move to Sundays at 10 pm starting Jan. 21, 2007.

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New Line has informed director Peter Jackson that he will not be directing a film version of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit or a proposed Lord Of The Rings prequel film.

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Warner Brothers has set the release dates of May 23, 2008 for the Speed Racer movie and July 18, 2008 for The Dark Knight movie. Columbia Pictures has set the release dates of July 2, 2008 for Tonight, He Comes and December 12, 2008 for Angels & Demons.

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Blizzard Entertainment will release World Of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade expansion on January 16, 2007 in North America and Europe.

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Warner Brothers released a poster for its fifth Harry Potter film, Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix, which will be released on July 13, 2007.

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Bryan Singer will direct and produce the sequel to Superman Returns for Warner Brothers. The film is tentatively intended to be released in summer 2009.

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Matrix creators Larry and Andy Wachowski will to write and direct a live-action film version of the animated series Speed Racer for a summer 2008 release.

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Universal Pictures has obtained the film rights to Everlost, a Neal Shusterman novel. Shusterman will write the script and Gary Ross will direct.

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Disney will release The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian on May 16, 2008 and Wall-E on June 27, 2008.

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Cinescape.com has been redone, complete with a new look and name. The site is now called Mania.com.

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New Line has signed Barry Mendel to produce Inkheart, based upon the first book in Cornelia Funke's trilogy and starring Brendan Fraser, which begins production in London this fall.

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The Jim Henson Company is making a feature film about the Fraggles, based upon the characters from the Fraggle Rock television series. Show information, episode list, cast, and airdates.

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The CW has ordered a one-hour action-comedy pilot from Veronica Mars writer-producer Diane Ruggiero. The potential series is about two women who join together to fight crime after a mysterious event gives them superpowers that they can use only when they are together.

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A new version of The Bionic Woman is in the works for NBC television.

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Javier Grillo-Marxuach will write a comic book miniseries based upon the 1970s Battlestar Galactica show.

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Beau Garrett and Andre Braugher have joined Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba, Chris Evans and Michael Chiklis in the cast in Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer.

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Fox has ordered a pilot for an animated show called Animals for its Sunday-night lineup.

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Rapper Ludacris has been cast in Warner Brothers' holiday comedy Fred Claus, in which Vince Vaughn plays Santa's loser brother who almost ruins Christmas.

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Robert Downey Jr. has been cast as Tony Stark in the Iron Man movie for Marvel Studios, to be directed by Jon Favreau and released by Paramount in May 2008.

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Titan Books will publish The 4400: The Official Companion, the first in a series of behind-the-scenes books for the television series The 4400. The book is set for release in the summer of 2007.

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Guinness World Records officially declared Doctor Who the longest-running television series of its class, with more than 700 episodes since it first aired on the BBC in 1963.

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An unfinished story by J.R.R. Tolkien, called The Children Of Hurin, has been edited by his son into a completed work and will be released next spring.

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The second season of the BBC's Doctor Who series will be released onto DVD in the United States on January 16, 2007.

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MGM TV has ordered an animated series based on Mel Brooks' Spaceballs movie.

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Dark Horse Comics will publish a Buffy The Vampire Slayer comic book series that will pick up the story of the television show and continue it. The new series is set for a March release with Buffy creator Joss Whedon writing.

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