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    Altman Gets 'Hands' on Next Movie

    The 81-year-old director is developing a script inspired by the events depicted in S.R. Bindler's 1997 documentaryHands on a Hard Body: The Documentary.

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    Backstage Drama Before Carnegie Opener

    The call came a few hours before Carnegie Hall's season-opening gala concert -- one of the stars of the night had an inflamed vocal cord and couldn't sing.

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    L.A. County Opens Submissions for Grants

    The L.A. County Arts Commission's Organizational Grant Program has announced applications for their grants are now available.

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    MTV Sketches New Comedy Series with Nick Cannon

    "Nick Cannon Presents: Short Circuitz" has been given an eight-episode order, with the half-hour show set to premiere in first-quarter 2007 as part of the network's "10 Spot" lineup.

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    Clooney, Coens on Same Page for 'Reading'

    George Clooney is reteaming with filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen for their third film together, "Burn After Reading," a spy caper about a CIA agent who loses the disc of the book he is writing.

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    Goldie Hawn Pacts with Endeavor Agency

    Goldie Hawn has signed with Endeavor.

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    Going by the richly detailed biographies Bond and

    Going by the richly detailed biographies Bond and Mellman have concocted—whimsical backstories that have acquired mythic proportions as their act has segued out of nightclubs and into concert halls and theatrical venues—Kiki and Herb have been a team since meeting "in the 1930s at the Erie Children's ...

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    The National Theatre of the Deaf, a Connecticut-based company struggling financially due to the loss of a federal grant in 2004, is under pressure from the National Endowment for the Arts to repay $75,000 it owes the federal agency. The theatre, which lost $687,000 in annual funding from ...

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    Roz Coleman had it easy earlier this week,

    Roz Coleman had it easy earlier this week, because she only had to do two things at once: fix a mac-and-cheese dinner for her child and talk to a reporter on the phone. Surely, the actor-filmmaker-teacher handles much more taxing to-do lists than that. As such, Coleman will bring her ...

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    Sedgwick in Disney's 'Game Plan'

    Kyra Sedgwick will star opposite Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in Walt Disney Pictures' family football comedy "The Game Plan."