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    Executive Editor Dany Margolies

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    NBC and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association settled on a plan Jan. 7 to broadcast several hours of coverage of the 65th annual Golden Globe Awards, which will include red-carpet interviews and a one-hour news conference announcing the winners. The telecast, from the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, will start ...

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    (Rough translation: insights into the life of an agent)

    ave you ever looked up the meaning of the word resolution? Well, I just did, and the dictionary gave me six different definitions, most of which have nothing to do with the new year. But listen to this. It only gave me one synonym: courage. I like that word. It ...

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    Talk Back

    ow did I, a nice Southern boy from the land of Elvis, magnolias, and Baptists (oh my!), end up acting in soft-core porn? Oh, right: I was working on my craft.

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    Films like The Nanny Diaries give the child-care

    Films like The Nanny Diaries give the child-care industry a bad rap. For actor Cathy Baron, being a nanny is less like having a job and more like having a little buddy to take to the beach and the movie theatre. "It keeps me really young," says Baron. "I feel ...

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    Film Review

    As stone-cold killer Anton Chigurh, No Country for Old Men's Javier Bardem cut an instantly iconic figure for a number of reasons. Yes, the stunning craft within his performance had something to do with it, but credit must also be given to the man-bob. That meticulously carved Dorothy Hamill ...

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    Majel Roddenberry, Widow of 'Trek' Creator, Dies

    Majel Barrett Roddenberry,Star Trekcreator Gene Roddenberry's widow who nurtured the legacy of the seminal science fiction TV series after his death, has died.

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    Bit Parts - Roxie's Curse

    People of a superstitious bent have grounds to believe that the role of Roxie Hart in the Kander & Ebb musical "Chicago" carries with it a certain amount of bad luck. Shortly after the show originally opened on Broadway in 1975, co-star Gwen Verdon had to miss a month or so of performances because of throat problems; she was replaced as Roxie for that period by Liza

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    Fed Forsees Royalty Pact; SAG Remains Cautious

    Screen Actors Guild officials returned Friday from Geneva after a series of meetings on international royalties for actors. The guild execs were brief and cautious in their remarks on a possible new pact, while a federal official who attended forsees an agreement some time next