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    Janney, 'Blithe Spirit' to Haunt Williamstown

    Allison Janney's appearance in Lillian Hellman'sThe Autumn Gardenand Noël Coward's classic comedy Blithe Spirit will be among the attractions this summer at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Williamstown, Mass.

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    Executive Editor David Sheward

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    aniel Post, a cocky CEO battling lung cancer who

    aniel Post, a cocky CEO battling lung cancer who invites a love interest to his funeral, might not sound like a man to make a girl's heart flutter, but Michael J. Fox makes it work. On ABC's Boston Legal, Fox's youthful exuberance shines through in an engaging ...

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    Streep Narrates Documentary on Katrina

    The Oscar-winning actress narrates "Hurricane on the Bayou," shot before and after Hurricane Katrina, MacGillivray Freeman Films announced Wednesday.

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    ACROSS 1 HGTV series, "Cash in the

    ACROSS 1 HGTV series, "Cash in the ___"

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    Actors' Views

    Many actors emailed comments about the lack of roles for female and minority performers to be included in our article "UCLA Study: Minority Actors Can Sue," by Nicole Kristal (Jan. 4, 2007). Because of time constraints, we could not include their quotes. To ensure actors' voices are heard on this ...

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    book REVIEW

    The Pocket Lawyer for Filmmakers is extremely expensive for a paperback and weighs more than it looks like it should. Why? Because it provides a readable map through the world of legalese and contract negotiations for any filmmaker interested in doing pretty much all his or her own producing legwork ...

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    Freeman, McDormand to Star in 'Country Girl'

    Morgan Freeman, Frances McDormand, and Peter Gallagher will star inThe Country Girl, in a limited engagement on Broadway.

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    Indie Pen Dance

    How do you follow in the footsteps of actors who have made careers for themselves by making their own films?

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    Jack Valenti, the high-level lobbyist who served as head of the Motion Picture Association of America for almost four decades, died April 26 at his home in Washington, D.C., from complications of a stroke. For 38 years, Valenti was the public face of the entertainment industry. He was a ...