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    Kindler Riffs on Comedy's Current State

    Andy Kindler drew laughs and cheers for his address at the much-anticipated annual "State of the (Comedy) Industry" at the Just for Laughs comedy festival.

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    When Ryan Gosling first heard the premise of Lars

    When Ryan Gosling first heard the premise of Lars and the Real Girl, he found it humorous but doubted it could hold up for an entire movie. But as he finished reading Nancy Oliver's script, he found himself crying and surprised he was so moved. After Gosling took the ...

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    Coroner: Renfro OD'd on Heroin, Morphine

    The death last month of troubled 25-year-old actor Brad Renfro was caused by a heroin and morphine overdose.

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    Beyond the DMZ

    It was "the simpler, the better," choreographically speaking, in "Beyond the DMZ," a multimedia dance piece composed and directed by Eun-Hee Kim.

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    Christian Theater Troupe Scolds Kathy Griffin

    Members of a Christian theater troupe are spreading the word that they're irate about Kathy Griffin's off-color speech in accepting a creative arts Emmy earlier this month.

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    Calif. Readies for New Movie Piracy Law

    Sneaking a camcorder into a movie theater will soon be a crime in California under a new law designed to protect both copyrights and the livelihood of thousands of movie industry workers.

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    'SNL,' Conan Added to NBC Online

    NBC has added a slew of original and exclusive content from its late-night programming to NBC.com, including "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno," "Late Night With Conan O'Brien," and "Last Call With Carson Daly."

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    t's not hyperbole to say there's no actor like

    t's not hyperbole to say there's no actor like William Shatner. The man is a bona fide pop culture icon, a whip-smart industry veteran, and a force of boundless energy. He is also quite possibly the only actor to ever inspire his own encyclopedia: It's called The ...