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The second season finale of the USA drama Burn Notice rose to a series high of 6.1 million total viewers on March 5, 2009. For the first quarter 2009 to-date, Burn Notice remains the top-rated series in cable.

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Ashlee Simpson-Wentz will join Michael Rady in the cast of the new Melrose Place series for the CW.

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USA Network announces the launch of Character Project, an ongoing artistic initiative to celebrate the extraordinary people, from all walks of life, who make this country unique. Inspired by USA's iconic "Characters Welcome" brand, and with the support of the not-for-profit photography organization Aperture Foundation, USA assembled a team of 11 world-class photographers to capture the character of America during the summer of 2008. The artists' work will be showcased in the powerful photography book entitled American Character: A Photographic Journey, published by Chronicle Books. The book will be available beginning March 17 in retailers across the country and internationally, as well as at characterproject.usanetwork.com and other major online outlets.

Featuring each photographer's provocative perspective on our nation's most compelling characters, American Character celebrates the continuously-evolving mosaic of our country. The photographs from the book will be on display in a touring exhibition, co-hosted by Vanity Fair, beginning in New York City Thursday March 12 and visiting six additional cities: Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Chicago, St. Louis, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Character Project photography will additionally be featured in a national print, on-air and out-of-home campaign including a 12-page insert in the April issue of Vanity Fair.

The Character Project Photographers include legendary artists Mary Ellen Mark and Sylvia Plachy as well as Dawoud Bey, Jeff Dunas, David Eustace, Eric Ogden, Marla Rutherford, Anna Mia Davidson, Joe Fornabaio, Eric McNatt and Richard Renaldi. In an effort to create a thoughtful depiction of American character, USA allowed the contributors uncensored creative freedom to interpret the subject through their own eyes. Each photographic essay showcases a range of characters from musicians and local heroes to farmers and patriots, photographed at home, at work and at play in big cities and small towns across the country. Film for many of the eleven projects was kindly provided by Kodak.

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Devil's Due Publishing and CBS Consumer Products will publish a new comic book series based upon the Jericho television series that ran on CBS for two seasons. The series centered on the residents of the fictional town of Jericho, Kansas in the aftermath of nuclear attacks on 23 major cities in the contiguous United States. The comic book series will pick up where the television program left off, answering many questions for its passionate fans. DDP has teamed up with the show's creators and producers to develop an authentic story that will hit comic book retailers this fall.

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Scott Wolf and Morris Chestnut will star in the ABC pilot V, a remake of the 1980s V Miniseries about aliens on Earth who promise peace but have ulterior motives.

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Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan will star in A Couple Of Cops about police officers on the trail of a stolen high-value baseball card. Kevin Smith will direct the film.

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Jami Gertz and Autumn Reeser have joined the cast of HBO's Entourage in recurring roles.

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The cast of Seinfeld - Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards - will appear in several episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm this fall on HBO.

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Lauren Conrad is leaving The Hills at the end of the fifth season, which premieres March 30, 2009 on MTV.

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Production begins this week on Sandra's Money Saving Meals, Food Network's new daytime cooking series hosted by Sandra Lee (Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee), which premieres May 10th at 12pm ET/PT. Sandra whips up delicious recipes perfect for every day of the week, all based on her triple A factor of accessible, aspirational and affordable. To maximize cost-saving success, she shares unique ideas for savvy supermarket shopping and proper pantry stocking while highlighting each meal's unbeatable cost per serving. Sandra then prepares clever leftover dishes from each episode called "Round 2 Recipes" - one in the show and another on FoodNetwork.com (www.foodnetwork.com). Renowned for her trademark 70/30 Semi-Homemade cooking style, Sandra makes saving money a breeze for culinary experts and cooking novices alike.

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Michel Gondry will direct The Green Hornet film adaptation of the comic book about about a newspaper publisher and his valet who battle crime as the Green Hornet and Kato.

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LL Cool J will star in the spinoff series NCIS: Legend. He will play Special Agent Sam Hanna, a former Navy SEAL who works in the naval undercover unit in Los Angeles.

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Andy Richter will team up again with Conan O'Brien as the announcer for The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien, premiering June 1, 2009.

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Michael Rady will star in the new Melrose Place pilot for The CW.

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Jakks Pacific, Inc. announced a licensing agreement today with the Food Network and CAA for the television show Ace Of Cakes and world renowned celebrity baker, Duff Goldman, host of the popular primetime show. Duff will be featured on Jakks' new Girl Gourmet® Cake Bakery product line. Jakks continues to innovate in the food play category with the Girl Gourmet™ Cake Bakery, the sweet sequel to the award-winning Girl Gourmet Cupcake Maker, which was nominated for the Activity Toy of the Year Award. With the Girl Gourmet Cake Bakery young chefs can create elaborate mini 2-tiered fondant cakes after baking them for just 30 seconds in the microwave.

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Get your first look at the new season of Ax Men on HISTORY Thursday, February 26 10:00 PM. As logging's toughest season begins, the Ax Men meet face-to-face to carve out this year's stakes. Pihl and J.M. Browning Logging return, but they'll face stiff competition from three new crews. Rygaard Logging, R&R Conner Aviation and S&S Underwater Logging take the job to new extremes - wrestling timber from Mother Nature's clutches by land, sea and even helicopter. The men of the mountain will battle each other and attempt to conquer the most forbidding land in America. Not all will survive, but those who do will earn the title... Ax Men. Need to get caught up? Watch the Ax Men Season 1 Marathon on Sunday, March 1st from 8am to 7pm!

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The complete list of 2009 Academy Award winners are available online now. Check it out to see if your favorite films and actors won!

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Ang Lee is in talks to direct the film adaptation of Life of Pi, based upon Yann Martel's novel about a 16-year-old Indian boy forced to share a life raft with an orangutan, hyena and Bengal tiger.

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Natalie Portman will star in Which Brings Me To You, based upon the book by Steve Almond and Julianna Baggott about two romantic burnouts who meet at a wedding.

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Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro and Owen Wilson are all in negotiations to star in the sequel to Meet The Fockers, to be called Little Fockers.

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The Ax Men are back, and they're bigger, badder and tougher than ever. The first ever non-fiction series about the treacherous life of Pacific Northwest timber cutters, premieres its second season Monday, March 2 at 10pm ET/PT on HISTORY™. Going deeper into the forest, high into the sky and even down into the sea, the new season follows two leading teams from last season along with three new companies, racing to fall the most timber during logging's most dangerous season.

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U2 will perform for five nights in a row on the Late Show with David Letterman from March 2-6, 2009. These dates correspond with the release of the band's new album, No Line On The Horizon. The last time U2 performed on the show was in 2001.

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Ed Solomon will write The Hardy Men, a comedic interpretation of the Hardy Boys young-adult mystery novels. Ben Stiller and Tom Cruise are lined up to star with Shawn Levy attached to direct. The Hardy Boys adventures revolved around the mystery-solving efforts of teenagers Frank and Joe Hardy. The film adaptation will feature the reunion of the estranged, grown-up brothers working together to solve a mystery.

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Microsoft Corporation is looking to open a chain of retail stores after loong at Apple's strategy. They have hired DreamWorks Animation and Wal-Mart veteran David Porter as corporate vp of retail stores to oversee the new business. Porter's first focus will be defining when and where exactly to open the initial retail locations.

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The Visitor, one of the year's most talked-about and critically acclaimed films, is available on DVD and Blu-Ray. This deeply moving drama from Overture Films stars Academy Award Best Actor nominee Richard Jenkins in a performance that's been hailed as one of the year's best. The DVD special features include two featurettes "The Visitor: An Inside Look" as well as "Playing the Djembe," deleted scenes, audio commentary by Richard Jenkins and director and writer, Tom McCarthy and the theatrical trailer. The film is the only one nominated in the Academy Award Best Actor category that is currently available on DVD.

Audiences and critics alike have been unanimous in their praise for The Visitor. "A heartfelt human drama that sneaks up and floors you," hailed Peter Travers of Rolling Stone. "Jenkins delivers a master class in acting. Oscar, take note." "It is one of the year's most intriguing dramas," said Claudia Puig of USA Today, "with a quartet of powerful performances." Lou Lumenick of The New York Post raved: "Best movie I've seen so far this year? Hands down, it's Tom McCarthy's The Visitor, which turns Richard Jenkins, one of the best character actors in the business, into a full-fledged star."

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The complete list of 2009 Grammy Award winners are available online now. Check it out to see if your favorite songs and artists shows won!

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Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J will star in a NCIS spinoff. The pilot will be an episode of NCIS this spring with O'Donnell as an undercover agent adept at taking on different identities and LL Cool J as a former U.S. Navy Seal.

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Dev Patel will star in M. Night Shyamalan's The Last Airbender, a live-action film adaptation of the Nickelodeon TV series, with a tentative July 2, 2010 release date.

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We'll be posting the winners live for the 51st Annual Grammy Awards, beginning Sunday, February 8 at 8pm ET (5pm PST). You can find it all at http://www.pazsaz.com/grammy10.html.

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Columbia is in negotiations to obtain the movie rights to the bestseller book Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman's Search For Everything Across Italy, India And Indonesia written by Elizabeth Gilbert. They are also looking to sign Julia Roberts to star in and Ryan Murphy to write and direct the project.

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Tom Wheeler has been hired to write a Shrek spinoff film, called Puss In Boots, for DreamWorks Animation.

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A&E Network has ordered a show exploring extreme anxiety disorders titled Obsessed, which chronicles individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder and other phobias. The series is to debut in late 2009.

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Fox's has ordered a pilot of Britain's classic Absolutely Fabulous television series. Jennifer Saunders, who wrote and starred in the original British version, is serving as an executive producer on the American edition.

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Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group is talking to videogame publishers about the possibility of making some of Webber's music properties, such as Cats, The Phantom of the Opera, Evita, and Jesus Christ Superstar, into videogames.

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All the best ideas and recipes for a super bowl of guacamole can be found on FoodNetwork at http://www.foodnetwork.com/guacamole?oc=guac, the No. 1 food and cooking site on the Web. Whether you're a guacamole greenhorn or an avocado aficionado, FoodNetwork.com will help you guac your socks off for the biggest snack day of the year: "super Sunday." Featuring guacamole recipes, guacamole troubleshooting, guac news and trends and a "Guac of Fame" contest, FoodNetwork.com is the one-stop-guac-shop for every party snacking need. Check out some of the great things FoodNetwork.com is dipping into:

  • Ask the "Guac Doc," Guy Fieri: If your avocados lack bravado, just peruse FoodNetwork.com's "Ask the Guac Doc," with dip tips and more, including advice on speed-ripening avocados and preventing beautiful green guac from going brown. The host is Guy Fieri of Food Network's hit series, Ultimate Recipe Showdown.
  • Nearly 200 guacamole recipes: When searching for how to make guacamole, look no further than FoodNetwork.com, where guacamole recipes abound; from the quick, like Rachael Ray's "Guac & Roll" recipe, to the easy, like Alton Brown's version (FoodNetwork.com's most popular guacamole recipe). Ellie Krieger's "Chunky Guacamole" offers a low-cal alternative, while Tyler Florence's dip recipe includes onion and Serrano chiles for a unique taste.
  • Guac of Fame: Think you've got the hippest dip on the strip? Does your guac turn others to mush? Find out if your guacamole is holy or lowly by submitting a photo of your greatest guac and reasons why it reigns supreme to FoodNetwork.com's "Guac of Fame" contest. Winners receive a signed copy of Guy Fieri's new book Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives.
  • Guac in the News: Make sure you're up on all the latest in guacamole trends, like luxe make-it-yourself guac bars and new dip blends like "guacamayo."

    Be sure to watch the musical tribute to the "magical green dip," The Guacamole Song - Food Network!

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    The complete list of 2009 Academy Award nominations are available online now. Check it out to see if your favorite films were nominated!

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    HISTORY Explores the Astonishing Final Chapter of America's Most Revered President in the two-hour premiere special Stealing Lincoln's Body, On HISTORY on Monday, February 16, at 9-11 pm ET. As millions celebrate the 200th birthday of Abraham Lincoln this year, HISTORY presents perhaps the last unknown story of our 16th president - the shocking plot to steal his body.

    Lincoln's assassination in April 1865 plunged the nation into mourning. After lying in state at the White House and at the Capitol (the nation's first presidential state funeral), Lincoln's body was carried by train in a grand funeral procession through several states and nearly two thousand miles, arriving in his hometown of Springfield, Illinois on May 4. However, his final burial would not take place until 1901, thirty six years later. Before Lincoln finally came to rest in a steel-and-concrete-reinforced underground vault in Springfield, the President's body was repeatedly exhumed and moved, his coffin frequently opened. An astonishing and macabre series of events also included a diabolical bodysnatching-for-ransom scheme. Stealing Lincoln's Body examines the extraordinary confluence of historical trends and cultural movements that prompted this forgotten moment in American history - the age of counterfeiting, the birth of the Secret Service, the popularizing of the science of embalming (from the Civil War), the importance of secret societies in American life (including the one that was formed to safeguard Lincoln's body through the ages), and the advent of the rural cemetery movement.

    Bringing this astounding story to life like no other before it, the program features moving images of Abraham Lincoln, digitally created from actual historical photographs. For the first time, Lincoln walks and moves according to the historical record. The moving images and some of the stills showcase the first "virtual photography" of Lincoln and the only "virtual motion" pictures of him ever created. Using computer-generated imagery, it illustrates key sections of the story and brings them to life, often with startling effect.

    Throughout 2009, History will proudly commemorate the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln's birth with a new initiative entitled Give A Lincoln For Lincoln. In association with the National Park Foundation and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, this program encourages Americans to donate Lincoln-head pennies, five dollar bills, or make larger donations online to help preserve six key sites associated with Lincoln's life and legacy.

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    Recognizing the history-making election of Barack Obama, Bonnie Hammer, president, NBCU Cable Entertainment and Universal Cable Productions, today announced that USA Network is launching CHARACTERS UNITE, a new multimedia platform committed to combating prejudice and intolerance while advancing acceptance and understanding. Drawing on the legacy of USA's award-winning Erase the Hate campaign in the 1990s, CHARACTERS UNITE is based on the premise that life is richer when people see beyond stereotypes and appreciate our individual differences - from race, ethnicity, religion and national origin to age, gender, sexual orientation and physical disabilities. The program will focus on what each of us can do individually and collectively in our daily lives to acknowledge and respect our shared humanity.

    Unveiled today are key components supporting the initiative, including a multimedia pledge drive for tolerance and understanding, the creation of an advisory board of national organizations, and plans to field a national opinion survey to assess issues and attitudes related to intolerance and prejudice. CHARACTERS UNITE has assembled a powerful coalition of committed non-profit organizations to serve as its advisory board, including AAPD (American Association of People with Disabilities), ADC (American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee), ADL (Anti-Defamation League), Amnesty International USA, the Asian American Justice Center, GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation), the NCLR (National Council of La Raza), LCCR (Leadership Conference on Civil Rights) and Southern Poverty Law Center. Coalition partners will play a critical advisory role in shaping the CHARACTERS UNITE agenda, while the pro-social change initiative will actively support the related efforts of these organizations.

    CHARACTERS UNITE will be launched on Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 19. The on-air and on-line campaign will kick-off with aggressive call-to-action promos asking Americans, despite their individual differences, to sign an online pledge for unity and mutual respect. Those who pledge will have the chance to see their names featured on future CHARACTERS UNITE promos during USA Network broadcasts and on a rolling ticker online. The pledge will serve as the digital centerpiece for the charactersunite.com launch. Surrounding the pledge will be information about the program and its advisory partners, simple actions people can do in their daily lives to combat intolerance and prejudice, community features where people can share their personal stories and ideas, as well as an interactive Facebook application.

    An integral element of the CHARACTERS UNITE social action plan is to establish an annual poll to take the nation's pulse on issues and attitudes related to intolerance and prejudice. With the purpose of publishing results and leading a national discussion, USA Network will partner with a leading research company to create a national omnibus survey to probe current attitudes surrounding racial, religious, and cultural differences in the USA. Promos and campaign strategy were developed in conjunction with Citizen Group, a San Francisco based agency specializing in values-based brand strategies and campaign creative work across media.

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    Twentieth Century Fox will make a film version of the Japanese anime TV series Cowboy Bebop, with Keanu Reeves starring as Spike Spiegel, a bounty hunter traveling through space in 2071.

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    CBS has greenlighted tv comedy Tick Tock, centers on a single mom in her 30s who decides to focus all of her energy on finding love.

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    Fox has greenlighted tv dramas Maggie Hill, about a female heart surgeon who is suffering from schizophrenia, and Human Target, which centers on a mysterious security expert who goes undercover to protect clients in danger.

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    The complete list of 2009 Golden Globe Award winner are available online now. Check it out to see if your movies and television shows won!

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    We'll be posting the winners live for the 66th Annual Golden Globes, airing Sunday, January 11 at 8pm ET (5pm PST), on the awards page at http://www.pazsaz.com/globes9.html.

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    Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds, starring Brad Pitt, Diane Kruger and Melanie Laurent, will be released on August 21, 2009. The film is about a group of Jewish soldiers carrying out targetted acts of retribution against the Nazis in Occupied France during World War II.

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    French actress Isabelle Huppert, best known for her roles in I Heart Huckabees and Amateur, will head this year's Cannes Film Festival jury.

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    Michael Pitt is in talks to star opposite Steve Buscemi in Boardwalk Empire, an HBO drama pilot. It will be directed by Martin Scorsese and written by Terence Winter, and is about the head of an Atlantic City liquor distribution ring at the onset of Prohibition.

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    Billy Ray will adapt the screenplay and direct a film version of Conjure Wife, about a college professor who discovers that his good fortune is the result of his wife's magic.

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    James Cameron is interested in directing a remake of Forbidden Planet, from a script by Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski, but nothing has been signed yet.

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    A second season of the British television series Merlin, to air on NBC in the United States in 2009, will begin filming to air in Britain and eventually in the US.

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    Majel Barrett-Roddenberry, the widow of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry who appeared in or provided the computer voice for all six television series and also voiced the computer in most of the movies (including the yet to be released one), died of leukemia Thursday morning at her home in Bel-Air at the age of 76.

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    Joby Harold is in negotiations to write the movie adaptation of the Atlantis Rising comic book for DreamWorks Pictures. Len Wiseman is set to direct the film.

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    Chris Weitz is being considered to direct New Moon, the sequel to the Twilight film, after the departure of original director Catherine Hardwicke.

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    Read an interview with Guy Fieri, celebrity chef and the host of the Ultimate Recipe Showdown, online at http://www.pazsaz.com/ultreccl.html!

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    Keanu Reeves will star in 47 Ronin, about samurai swordsmen who avenged the death of their master in 18th century Japan.

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    Martha Plimpton, Kiele Sanchez, Eddie Shin and Nate Torrance will all star in the TV pilot End Of Steve, about a bitter, egomaniacal daytime talk show host who seeks happiness in his personal life.

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    Betty Thomas will direct Alvin And The Chipmunks: The Squeakuel, for Fox 2000 and Regency Enterprises, set to be released on Christmas day 2009.

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    The 2009 Golden Globe Award nominations are available online now. Check it out to see if your movies and television shows were nominated!

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    Ben Koldyke, David Hornsby and Artemis Pebdani have all signed to star in Fox's television pilot Boldly Going Nowhere, about what happens day to day on an intergalactic spaceship helmed by a rogue captain.

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    The fourth and final direct-to-DVD Futurama movie, Into The Wild Green Yonder, will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on February 24, 2009.

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    The first trailer for X-Men Origins: Wolverine will run in theaters with The Day The Earth Stood Still, which opens on December 12, 2008.

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    The 2009 Grammy Award nominations are available online now. Check it out to see if your favorite songs and artists were nominated!

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    Imagi Studios has signed licensing agreements with IDW Publishing, American Greetings, Penguin Group, Jazwares and D3Publisher in conjunction with its Astro Boy film, which opens on October 23, 2009.

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    Christopher McQuarrie will write The Champions, based upon a '60s British television show about government agents who find a hidden civilization that gives them superhuman talents.

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    Christina Ricci, Rosie Perez, Craig Ferguson and Arsenio Hall will do voices for the computer-animated feature The Hero Of Color City, about a group of crayons fighting to save their multi-hued city.

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    Aaron Eckhart will star in the Battle: Los Angeles film, about a Marine platoon's battle against an alien invasion.

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    Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are working on a comedy series for Showtime about three twentysomethings who learn about life and love while running a pornography shop.

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    Josh Schwartz will write the script for the X-Men: First Class prequel film.

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    Djimon Hounsou will do the voice of the Black Panther in BET Networks' The Black Panther animated series, set to premiere in 2009.

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    Dylan McDermott will star in The Line, Jerry Bruckheimer's TNT police drama pilot, as a veteran officer who runs an undercover unit.

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    Jessica Alba and Casey Affleck will star in The Killer Inside Me, based upon a novel by Jim Thompson.

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    Jack Black will star in the film adaptation of the Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels. Rob Letterman will direct a script written by Nicholas Stoller and Joe Stillman.

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    Emilio Estevez will guest star on Two And A Half Men as a former drinking and partying buddy of Charlie's who comes to visit.

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    Sylvester Stallone will write, star in and direct The Expendables, with Jason Statham Jet Li in talks to co-star.

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    Gary Cole will join the cast of Entourage as a regular next season, playing an agent and old friend of Ari Gold.

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    Shannyn Sossamon and Scott Mescudi will star in the HBO comedy pilot How to Make It in America, about two enterprising twentysomethings who hustle their way through New York determined to achieve the American Dream.

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    Macaulay Culkin has joined the cast of Kings, set to premiere on NBC in early 2009.

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    Donnie Wahlberg and Bridget Moynahan will star in Bunker Hill, a Jerry Bruckheimer drama pilot for TNT.

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    Catherine Bell and Chris Potter will star in The Good Witch 2 for the Hallmark Channel.

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    Hope Davis and John Mahoney will star in the second season of In Treatment.

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    Don Cheadle will take over the role of Colonel James Rhodes from Terrence Howard for Iron Man 2.

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    The End Of Steve television series has been picked up by Showtime for next season. The show will star Matthew Perry.

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    Steve Carell will star in The Adventures Of Brigadier Gerard, a comedy film set during the Napoleonic Wars.

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    Anne Hathaway will play the role of the White Queen, and Helena Bonham Carter will play the Red Queen, and Johnny Depp will star as the Mad Hatter in Tim Burton's live-action Alice In Wonderland film.

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    Kevin Bacon is developing The Booths series for Showtime about the dysfunctional relationship between John Wilkes Booth and his brother in the years prior to Lincoln's assassination.

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    Helen Mirren, Jeremy Irons, Djimon Hounsou, Russell Brand, Alfred Molina, Ben Whishaw and Felicity Jones will star in Julie Taymor's film adaptation of William Shakespeare's The Tempest.

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