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    Kevin Bacon Gets 'Death Sentence'

    Kevin Bacon has signed on to star in James Wan's "Death Sentence" for 20th Century Fox and Hyde Park Entertainment.

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    'Horrors' Closes Shop

    (AP) The new Broadway season has suffered its first casualty—even before the show opened. 'Little Shop of Horrors' has canceled its summer Broadway engagement.

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    Humble Boy

    Once over the fact that it's loosely based on "Hamlet," Charlotte Jones' "Humble Boy" may be enjoyed on its own terms as an amusing piece about astrophysics, apiculture, and adultery.

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    'Truth' Hurts for Plans to Appeal NC-17

    ThinkFilm said Friday that it plans to appeal the NC-17 that the MPAA Classification and Ratings Administration has awarded Atom Egoyan's "Where the Truth Lies."

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    Henner Weds College Roommate's Ex-Beau

    Actress Marilu Henner, best known for her role in the hit TV series "Taxi," has married a former college classmate who proposed from his hospital bed after surgery for cancer.

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    'Naked Boys Singing!' Fights City Hall -- Again

    Perhaps it's time to change the title of "Naked Boys Singing!" to "Naked Boys Fighting to Sing."

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    Review: 'The Birthday Party'

    As the saying goes in today's world, you can run, but you can't hide.

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    Teamsters To Rep CDs in Contract Talks

    The casting directors and associates, unionized and represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, is soon to begin negotiations for its first agreement. It will take steps toward solidifying a contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers Oct. 6.

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    Bottom Line Evicted

    After months of legal wrangling and court appearances and lots of publicity, the Bottom Line, the venerable Greenwich Village nightspot, has lost its battle to keep its home in a New York University-owned building at Mercer and West Fourth streets.