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    Geena Davis Sues Advocacy Group Over Charity

    Geena Davis has sued the owners of a Minnesota-based advocacy group for allegedly taking her idea for a charitable foundation and promoting it as their own.

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    YouTube Seeks Testimony of Stewart, Colbert

    Comedians Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, whose programs were once among the most viewed on YouTube, were requested by the video site to give testimony in legal proceedings as it fights a $1 billion lawsuit by Viacom Inc.

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    Seeking: Unknown Actor to Play Notorious B.I.G.

    The role of Notorious B.I.G. for an upcoming biopic on the rapper will be filled through an open casting call, the film's producers told The Associated Press on Thursday.

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    Film Festival Listing

    North American film festival information was supplied by the Hollywood Distribution Directory, 18th Edition (published by Hollywood Creative Directory), a resource for filmmakers and anyone looking for financing and distribution of his or her film. The directory also includes contact information on domestic and international distributors, broadcast and cable networks ...

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    NAMT Announces Festival Lineup

    A famous poem's fallen idol, a family of blacksmiths in 1960s Georgia, a case of mistaken identity, and a girl-loses-girl comedy represent some of the work that will be presented at the National Alliance for Musical Theatre's festival.

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    Mohr Nothin' But the Net at Fox Sports

    Fox Sports is hitting to the opposite field with Jay Mohr in the lineup.

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    Sorkin Signs Three-Pic Deal With DreamWorks

    Aaron Sorkin has inked a three-picture deal with DreamWorks Studios. The first, "The Trial of the Chicago 7", will focus on the trials of protesters at the 1968 Democratic convention in Chicago.

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    New Spike Lee Film to Focus on Black Soldiers

    Spike Lee announced plans Tuesday to make a movie about the struggle against Nazi occupiers in Italy during World War II that he hopes will highlight the contribution of black American soldiers who fought and died to liberate Europe.

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    Free Outdoor L.A. Screening of 'Miss Potter'

    W Hotel, Back Stage, and The Hollywood Reporter kicks of the W Hotel Summer Screenings with an outdoor screening of "Miss Potter" on Sunday, June 10 at 7 p.m. at the W Hotel, 930 Hilgard Ave in Westwood, Calif. Admission is free.