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    Disney to Buy Pixar for $7.4 Billion

    The Walt Disney Co on Tuesday said it has agreed to acquire Pixar Animation Studios in a $7.4 billion all-stock transaction.

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    Laura Dern, Ben Harper Wed in Los Angeles

    Laura Dern and her longtime musician boyfriend Ben Harper were married Friday in a sunset ceremony filled with Christmas decorations.

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    Film and TV Biz Coping with NYC Transit Strike

    A crippling bus and subway strike is causing headaches for film producers on tight schedules.

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    Desert Hop, Agent Swap

    I'm 20 years old and live in Ventura, Calif., with my family. I have been acting for five years, and after next spring I want to really focus on my film career. My best friend wants me to move with him to Arizona, because it's cheaper than here ...

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    James Dean Museum to Close in December

    A museum chronicling the short life of "Rebel Without a Cause" star James Dean will close Dec. 31.

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    Getting organized

    Your scene partner asks if you'll go to her standup gig on Saturday night. You see no notation in your portable planner indicating another commitment, so you say yes. Later on you realize you just gave away your last free Saturday night of the month. Had you known that ...

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    On Thurs. Dec. 8, Back Stage and Warner

    On Thurs. Dec. 8, Back Stage and Warner Independent Pictures sponsored a free screening of George Clooney's 1950s drama Good Night and Good Luck at the AMC Empire Theatre on 42nd Street and Eighth Ave. Cast members David Strathairn, Frank Langella, and Patricia Clarkson spoke about the film and ...

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    Review: 'Endgame'

    If you're not much acquainted with Samuel Beckett, there's much to enjoy in Test Market's current production ofEndgame.

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    New U.K. Tax Credits Win Kudos

    A new-look system of tax credits for U.K. film production was welcomed by some sectors of the industry after its unveiling Monday by the government.

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    Adam Zuniga

    Adam Zuniga knew from the start that he wanted to make a bold, risky acting debut in New York City. So he raised an excited eyebrow when he came across a casting notice for Andorra Theatre Company's production of Naked Macbeth, a revisionist interpretation of Shakespeare's tragedy, in ...