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    'Big Fat Greek Wedding' Moves to TV

    "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," this year's surprise box-office hit, is moving the celebration to television.

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    Report Maps Filming Risks

    Risk taking and feature filmmaking have long gone hand in hand, but a recent report by insurance broker Aon/Albert G. Ruben tries to capture the actual physical risks.

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    Writers Decry Bonus System

    A consensus has emerged from a round table of prominent entertainment writers that bonuses tied to credits is a flawed system that may require Writers Guild of America involvement to change the system.

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    B'way, OB Square Off in Drama League Noms

    There was no shortage of critically acclaimed Broadway and Off-Broadway shows this year, and the nominations for the 70th annual Drama League Awards reflect that abundance. At the same time, in what seems to be a significant departure for the esteemed not-for-profit organization, several high-profile productions were left off this ...

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    SAG's Daniels: Back to Table, New Proposals

    In a conversation last week at his modest Studio City home, a sober but unbowed William Daniels—the Screen Actors Guild's national president—reflected on the commercial contract strike that began May 1. It will likely stretch at least until mid-October, if the next round of talks with the ...

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    DON'T PAY TO PLAY.

    DON'T PAY TO PLAY.

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    ACTRA, CBC Ink Deal Through 2005

    After three days of bargaining, Canada's actors union and the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. said Friday they have a new two-year collective bargaining agreement through 2005.

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    Sony Suspends Advertising Executive

    Sony Pictures suspended two advertising executives Thursday for allowing movie ads to feature accolades from a critic who didn't exist.

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    SAG report: Hollywood roles decrease in 2001

    Film and television roles for members of the Screen Actors Guild plummeted 9.3% last year from the previous year, with minority actors making negative gains, according to SAG's 2001 "Employment Statistics Report."