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    NY Board Turns Up Heat on SAG

    SAG's New York regional board on Sunday demanded that the union make meaningful steps toward negotiating a new contract by Aug. 25 or bring in a federal mediator.

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    Vince Vaughn 'Comedy Show' Hits the Road

    Indie distributor Picturehouse has picked up domestic rights to the performance documentary "Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show."

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    Jones Seeks $10M in 'No Country' Lawsuit

    Tommy Lee Jones is suing the makers of "No Country for Old Men" for more than $10 million that the Oscar-winning actor claims he is owed for starring in the 2007 hit crime thriller.

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    Reeve's Children Take Up His Cause

    Christopher Reeve's children are carrying on their dad's crusade: finding a cure for paralysis.

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    The craft

    In one of my first acting classes, the teacher asked us to hear an imaginary sound. We all furrowed our brows, cocked our heads. "No, don't indicate listening," she said. "Really listen!" This was my first understanding of what indicating—and acting—is really all about. I lived in ...

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    New Townshend Rock Opera Opens at Fest

    More than 30 years after his seminal "Tommy" and "Quadrophenia," The Who's Pete Townshend has written a new rock opera that will be given a test run at a theater festival in New York this weekend.

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    Hutton, Strathairn Talk Craft at Woodstock Fest

    Actors Timothy Hutton and David Strathairn will talk about their craft at the five-day Woodstock Film Festival, which starts Wednesday.

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    SAG Reaffirms 'Phase One' with AFTRA

    SAG won't let its hard feelings toward AFTRA derail labor solidarity in upcoming contract talks.