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    Academy Award Statuettes Arrive in NYC

    On Monday, 50 golden Oscar statuettes gleamed inside a Times Square window display as tourists and curious city folk paused to ogle and snap pictures.

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    fter four—now five—consecutive Emmy

    fter four—now five—consecutive Emmy nominations, you'd think 24's Kiefer Sutherland would have one of those whatchamacallits on his mantle by now. (He's snagged a Golden Globe and two SAG Awards.) As TV's most sleep-deprived hero, Sutherland's Jack Bauer has battled every conceivable terrorist ...

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    NBC to Offer Preview of New Shows Via Netflix

    NBC is planning to offer a preview of two new prime-time series to subscribers of Netflix a full six weeks before their actual broadcast.

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    Pegg Taking Weighty Role in 'Fat Boy'

    Simon Pegg ("Shaun of the Dead") is in negotiations to star in "Run, Fat Boy, Run," a romantic comedy that marks the feature directing debut of David Schwimmer.

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    ject of MAC

    ject of MAC awards came up (as it always does), several attendees questioned the wisdom of a recently announced awards nominating committee whose members would be anonymous. As a result, Levitt assured everyone that the board would take another look at the decision. According to another query response, MAC has ...

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    West Coast News Wire

    California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a law Sept. 30 tripling damages celebrities can win from paparazzi if they are assaulted during a shoot.

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    Cutting Room Floor

    "Cutting Room Floor," presented by Brandon Keener and Richard Lucas at Improv Olympic West, 6366 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Tue. 8 p.m. Jul. 19-Aug. 23. $10. (323) 962-7560.

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    Rosenberg Elected SAG President

    Members of the Screen Actors Guild elected Alan Rosenberg the 24th guild president Friday. Rosenberg will be joined in office by his running mate for secretary-treasurer, Connie Stevens. They formally assumed their offices Sun., Sept. 25 and will serve two-year terms.

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    die Falco took Carmela Soprano through yet

    die Falco took Carmela Soprano through yet another series of life transformations in part one of Season 6. The mob wife reconciled with Tony (James Gandolfini) only to almost lose him when he was shot by his senile uncle, Junior (Dominic Chianese). During Tony's multiple-episode coma, Carmela re-examined her ...

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    ew actors can step into the shoes of a brutal

    ew actors can step into the shoes of a brutal dictator and make him terrifying and charming. Forest Whitaker accomplishes both with his portrayal of Idi Amin, the Ugandan leader who slaughtered hundreds of thousands of his citizens. Of the role, Whitaker has said, "I never thought, 'I'm going ...