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    MGM Serving 'Breakfast' with Comedy

    MGM said Monday that it has acquired worldwide rights to "A Dog's Breakfast," a low-budget dark comedy shot in Vancouver.

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    B'way Dance Show Cancelled Due to Illness

    The upcoming Broadway run of an internationally acclaimed flamenco dance star and his company has been cancelled due to an illness in the star's family.

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    'Lost,' 'Anatomy' Among PGA TV Nominees

    ABC's "Grey's Anatomy," "Lost," "My Name Is Earl" and "The Office" numbered among the contenders as the Producers Guild of America announced the TV shortlist for its annual awards Monday.

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    Heavies Pull Weight in Actor Nominations

    Lead or supporting actor? That is the question various awards groups as well as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are turning their attention to as "for your consideration" season gets under way.

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    Court TV Laces Suburban Tales with 'Secrets'

    Court TV is going into the heart of suburbia with a new nonfiction series that covers stories of crime committed by the unlikeliest of people.

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    'Drive' Time for Fillion at Fox

    Nathan Fillion will play the lead on Fox's midseason drama series "Drive," which chronicles an underground race across America.

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    No Charges for Richards in Paparazzi Flap

    Police said Friday that Denise Richards won't face charges for throwing two laptop computers over a balcony in a tussle with paparazzi in western Canada.

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    Actors: Tell Us Your Story

    Back Stage is looking for performers across the United States and Canada who'd be interested in contributing to our weekly web column 'First Person.'

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    Mann, Others Honored at Diversity Awards

    The 14th annual Diversity awards, presented by the Multicultural Motion Picture Assn., will honor director Michael Mann, actresses Maria Bello, and Bai Ling and actors Michael Pena and Nick Cannon.

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    The memberships of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists overwhelmingly approved a two-year extension to the unions' Commercials Contract last week, with nearly 96% of those who voted giving the agreement a green light. The extension provides for a 6% pay raise when ...