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    SCREENWRITER, "HEROES"

    Martin Lam (prod.) is seeking a screenwriter, with expertise in writing spiritual and religious elements a plus, to adapt a treatment for Heroes, into a medium-budget feature-length screenplay with martial arts and some CGI. There is deferred pay. Send resumé and samples by Mar. 27 to Imagine Dreams Entertainment, 1118 ...

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    Actor David Arquette in Rehab: Reports

    Actor David Arquette, the estranged husband of former "Friends" star Courteney Cox, has checked into rehab to deal with alcohol and depression issues, according to news reports on Sunday.

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    SAG Voter Guide: Cast in a Motion Picture

    Welcome to Back Stage's exclusive guide to this year's Screen Actors Guild Award nominees in film, where you will find a write-up of every nominee for SAG Awards in 2011.

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    Mia Farrow Chosen for Marian Anderson Award

    Actress and human rights activist Mia Farrow will be the 2011 recipient of the Marian Anderson Award, which honors artists whose leadership benefits humanity.

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    Teenaged Nebraskan Takes Miss America Crown

    A 17-year-old Nebraskan too young to cast a ballot has captured enough votes to win the Miss America crown, kickstarting her hopes of going to law school and eventually becoming a politician.

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    Spirit Awards Nominations: Part 1

    Here are the Spirit Award nominations for Best Feature, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best First Feature, and Best First Screenplay

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    'Spider-Man' Actor On His Feet Again After Surgery

    Christopher Tierney's father says his son is "fortunate to be alive" and will remain in the intensive care unit until at least Monday following his 30-foot fall during a performance of the Broadway show.

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    'King's Speech' Leads Oscar Nominations with 12

    The 83rd Academy Awards nominations were announced Tuesday morning by Academy president Tom Sherak and 2010's supporting actress winner, Mo'Nique.

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    Back Stage at Sundance '11

    It's Sundance season again, that time when the film industry flocks to Park City, Utah, braving the frigid cold to shop for new movies. Back Stage's Daniel Holloway reports on all the Sundance action as it happens.

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    Video with Tom Hooper of 'The King's Speech'

    Check out the video of our fantastic Q&A last night with Tom Hooper, the director of "The King's Speech."