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    Sci Fi Channel Enters Realm of 'Gods'

    Sci Fi Channel is developing "Chariots of the Gods," a six-hour miniseries based on the best-selling book by Erich von Daniken.

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    Lopez, Anthony Team for Salsa Music Picture

    Jennifer Lopez and husband Marc Anthony will star together in a music-based movie based on the life of iconic Puerto Rican singer Hector Lavoe.

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    omic book creator and screenwriter Daniel Clowes

    omic book creator and screenwriter Daniel Clowes doesn't harbor any big dreams of becoming a hotshot movie producer. And yet here he is with his first co-producer credit on the film Art School Confidential, which he wrote based on his short comics story of the same name.

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    'Piranha' Remake Set to Terrorize Moviegoers

    Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, a remake of the 1978 horror hit "Piranha" is coming to theaters soon.

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    You'll need serious screen chops to earn any kind of audience acclaim playing a member of the GOP on the left-leaning series The West Wing, and the venerable Alan Alda has long proven his ability to bring charm to the seediest characters. And Alda's Arnold Vinick, the heavily ...

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    Julia Roberts Gives Birth to 3rd Child

    Julia Roberts has welcomed her third child, a boy named Henry Daniel Moder.

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    Lauren Adams Editing Her Own Movie

    Joey Lauren Adams is back in California editing "Come Early Morning," her obsession of the last five years.

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    Fishburne Acquires Rights to 'Alchemist' Vehicle

    Laurence Fishburne and A-Mark Entertainment have acquired the film rights to the best-selling novel "The Alchemist" from Warner Bros. Pictures with the intent of making the movie themselves.

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    Crossing the Line

    "She could be abrasive. She could scare the shit out of people," a former student of the late Uta Hagen toldBack Stage Westcolumnist Jean Schiffman. Though famous for her tough-love techniques, Hagen had a reputation for also treating her students as colleagues and never putting them down. Hagen, like many ...

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    THE CRAFT: Reality Check - Playing an actual historic figure, living or dead, requires more than imitation.

    When Lorri Holt and Amy Tung walked onto the Magic Theatre's stage as Hillary Clinton and Soon-Yi Previn Allen, respectively, at the recent opening of Michelle Carter's Hillary and Soon-Yi Shop for Ties, the audience burst out laughing. I think it was because Holt, in particular, looks so ...