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    Studios Learning that A-List Isn't Everything

    While studios were happy to bet the farm onSuperman Returns, many big-budget movies with A-list stars that might have gotten an enthusiastic green light a year ago are sitting in limbo. That's because Hollywood's been burned too many times.

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    Society of Singers Sets First Performance Benefit

    The East Coast Chapter of the Society of Singers has announced the first of its emergency fundraising salon events.

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    Executive Editor Dany

    Executive Editor Dany Margolies

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    'Deadman' to Live Again on Big Screen

    Guillermo del Toro is teaming up with Don Murphy's Angry Films to bring cult DC Comics superhero "Deadman" to the big screen.

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    The Screen Actors Guild's National Executive Committee approved a new live-action basic-cable agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers July 8 that includes the first residuals increase in 16 years. Actors will see a 21% increase in the residual formula for basic-cable repeats under the new ...

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    One-Night Only: The Art of the One-Person Show

    Groundlings alumni Julia Sweeney, David Jahn, Jeremy Rowley, Tim Bagley, and Steven Cragg will participate in a one-night-only panel discussion about the one-person show.

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    Choreographer Tharp to Bring Dylan to Broadway

    Choreographer Twyla Tharp, who brought the music of Billy Joel to the theater with her hit show "Movin' Out," now will bring the songs of Bob Dylan to Broadway.

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    Review: 'Father Joy'

    Comedy, drama, and fantasy blend oddly well in Sheri Wilner'sFather Joy, a perceptive but quirky look at family and romantic relationships.

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    eave it to Andre Braugher to play a cunning thief

    eave it to Andre Braugher to play a cunning thief with his beating heart firmly balanced on his sleeve. In FX Network's Thief he was Nick Atwater, the canny leader of a slippery heist crew that plots with a kind of reflexively brilliant devilishness to rob well-to-do corporations and ...

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    lthough Mariska Hargitay has attracted plenty of

    lthough Mariska Hargitay has attracted plenty of awards attention over the years for her intense portrayal of Detective Olivia Benson on NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and although that attention is well-deserved, it's nice to see her equally talented co-star, Christopher Meloni, finally getting a few kudos ...