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    Legal Move Against SAG's Pisano

    Two SAG members who have repeatedly sought the resignation of national executive director/CEO Bob Pisano have launched a legal action in U.S. District Court to force his removal, the members confirmed Monday.

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    Laughs Fest Wraps with Deals All Around

    The 22nd annual Just for Laughs comedy festival put the spotlight on a few new stand-up comers as it concluded Sunday with dealmaking and agency signings.

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    Olivier Clips Used in Movie 'Sky Captain'

    It has been 15 years since the death of renowned British actor Laurence Olivier -- but he's making a Hollywood comeback.

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    World, Meet Westwood

    No less an institution than The New York Times has described the UCLA Live series as "the dominant player on the scene ... the King Kong of Southern California performance."

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    P.S. 122's Denin Aims for Counterpart

    Anne Denin, a professional fundraiser and arts management consultant, has been named executive director of Performance Space 122, the East Village mainstay for emerging solo artists and specialists in the theatrically cutting-edge and hard-to-define.

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    Seattle Rep's Ott Out

    Sharon Ott, who became artistic director of Seattle Repertory Theatre in 1997, will relinquish her post when her current four-year contract ends in June 2005. The announcement, which surprised the tight-knit Seattle legit community when it was released on June 15, was unusual in that Ott, in addition to the ...

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    Counterfeit Creep, Casting Calls

    Dear Jack: I am a young female actor looking for a theatrical agent. A few months ago I did a mass mailing of about 50 pictures and resum├ęs, and somehow my headshot made its way to this creep. I'm angered and disgusted that someone claiming to own a professional ...

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    Eastwood, Spielberg Mull Iwo Jima Project

    Clint Eastwood and Steven Spielberg reportedly are joining forces to bring the World War II battle of Iwo Jima to the big screen.

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    Humanitas Honors 'Dirty' feature, HBO's 'Angels'

    Steven Knight, Tony Kushner, Jacob Aaron Estes and Barbara Hall were among the film and TV writers honored Thursday at the 30th Humanitas Prize Luncheon.

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    CASTING

    Nicole Malignaggi (prod.) is accepting submissions for The Threeway, a digital hipster comedy involving various drug subcultures. Dir. Adam Strange. Shoot starts July 25 in Northern California. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.