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    MPAA Reaching Out to Younger Membership

    This week, the 80-year-old organization will announce it's inviting one of the youngest people ever into membership — 12-year-old actor Dakota Fanning.

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    Rebel Without a Cause

    Hoods, nerds, and Eisenhower-era tailfin cars perfect for a climactic drag race are the images we should see.

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    Top Names Not Leaving or Loathing Las Vegas

    Backstage at the Hilton Theatre, there has been a top-to-bottom makeover: striking modern decor for the superstar dressing room and an inviting new VIP lounge for the important showbiz guests. Out front, there's new carpet, seating, sound, fancy lasers and arena-size effects. Even the snacks and souvenirs have received ...

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    Three Actors Sit Down with 'Frost/Nixon'

    Sam Rockwell, Toby Jones and Matthew Macfadyen are coming on board "Frost/Nixon," director Ron Howard's adaptation of the hit play.

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    Empty Space's Now-Empty Stage

    The Empty Space Theatre, a Seattle playhouse that for 36 years was dedicated to presenting new work, announced that it will close immediately because it has run out of money.

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    NBC Orders More Scripts for '30 Rock'

    NBC has ordered three additional scripts of freshman comedy "30 Rock."

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    Look First, Chat First

    Dear Jack: Can one break into TV and film with a theatre background? I have very little TV and film experience.

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    Schwarzenegger Signs Calif Anti-Paparazzi Law

    California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a law on Friday tripling damages celebrities can win from paparazzi if they are assaulted during a shoot and denying the photographers profits from any pictures taken during an altercation. The new law comes as Los Angeles authorities try to crack down on aggressive photographers ...

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    If Hollywood decided to remake one of those

    If Hollywood decided to remake one of those wonderful old Perils of Pauline silent films—poor Pauline being helplessly affixed to the tracks—the era of female empowerment would dictate that Pauline extricate herself somehow from the situation, not be rescued by some he-man hero. And if any actor seems ...

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    ACTRA Honors Paul Gross

    Noted Canadian actor-writer-director Paul Gross will receive the 2005 ACTRA Toronto Award of Excellence, presented by ACTRA Toronto Performers.