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    Allen Loses Control of TV, Airline Movie Versions

    Woody Allen has lost a legal skirmish over what versions of six of his movies will be shown on television and in airplanes.

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    Dunst May Hit 'Rewind'

    Kirsten Dunst is in negotiations to join Jack Black in Michel Gondry's "Be Kind Rewind."

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    'Space Cadet' Frankie Thomas Dies

    Frankie Thomas, who became famous in the 1950s for his starring role in the TV children's show "Tom Corbett, Space Cadet," has died. He was 85.

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    s opposed as we are to talking during movies,

    s opposed as we are to talking during movies, sometimes it's the only form of entertainment available to us in a theatre. At a recent viewing of a particularly horrid film, the audience conversation drifted from the leading lady's wooden line readings to the other achingly stiff performance ...

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    The Craft

    Long runs are one thing, physically demanding roles another. But what if the two are combined? How do you preserve your stamina and health? How do you decide when to call in sick? How do you know when it's time to quit?

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    'American Idol' Shocks with Latest Cut

    Total shock. That was the reaction in the audience when "American Idol" finalist Chris Daughtry was booted off in Wednesday's voting.

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    Celebrate the late playwright and essayist Wendy

    Celebrate the late playwright and essayist Wendy Wasserstein by attending a tribute performance of actor Dani Klein's play, Afterbirth. Klein, whose show covers a lot of content about motherhood, was approached by Wasserstein's friends to use the show's format to honor Wasserstein as an artist and mother ...

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    Chris Rock to Direct 'Wife' Comedy

    Chris Rock will direct the comedy "I Think I Love My Wife." Kerry Washington and Gina Torres have boarded the project, which begins shooting this month in NYC.

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    The first draft of the script weighs

    The first draft of the script weighs approximately 3 pounds and runs 351 pages. It's dated May 1990 and was written on an old-fashioned typewriter, the instrument of choice for screenwriter Guillermo Cabrera Infante. The man who would eventually produce, direct, star in, and compose the music for the ...

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    We all know that hope is a good thing. And, as

    We all know that hope is a good thing. And, as Tim Robbins' character says in The Shawshank Redemption, "No good thing ever dies." I've found that hope is especially essential when it comes to finding an agent. I've been a working actor and a SAG member for ...