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    Maybe in the entertainment industry it's a bit

    Maybe in the entertainment industry it's a bit idealistic to hope that body size won't impact an actor's ability to earn roles. But is it too much to assume that once a performer lands a role, he or she shouldn't lose the job over gaining a ...

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    Los Angeles Gets New 'Code' Word

    Broadband television firm Code Networks expanded its programming resources and staff to support the launch of content specifically targeting the young and wealthy of Los Angeles.

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    CBS Floats TV Episodes on Innertube

    CBS will have a significant presence on the Web in the fall, posting its most popular primetime programming on its broadband channel Innertube free.

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    Meet, Connect, and Stay in Touch on the Message Board

    As an actor, it's crucial to stay connected to your peers in the industry, but it can be difficult to develop those key relationships -- that's why we created the Message Board.

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    Tour News: U.S. to Get 'All Shook Up'

    "All Shook Up," the rock 'n' roll musical of Elvis Presley songs that played for 213 performances (and 33 prevues) last year at the Palace, will begin its first national tour Sept. 12.

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    Book Review

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    ne can't help but tear up at Jack McFarland's

    ne can't help but tear up at Jack McFarland's butterflylike transformation from vain, self-absorbed, flamboyant cabana boy to vain, self-absorbed, flamboyant cabana man. Through eight seasons as Jack on NBC's Will & Grace, Sean Hayes managed to mirthfully make other characters the punch line. The actor seemed to ...

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    Spacek 'Hot' for Daredevil Comedy

    Oscar winner Sissy Spacek is set to join "Saturday Night Live" stars Andy Samberg and Jorma Taccone in the comedy "Hot Rod."

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    Senate Vote Near on Filmed-Sex Bill

    The Senate could vote as early as today on a bill that includes a provision calling for Hollywood to keep a record of the ages of actors who carry on love scenes in movies and TV shows.

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    Hollywood may be the center of the movie

    Hollywood may be the center of the movie universe, but there are great indie festivals going on just a few hours north of us throughout the year. This week we present two opportunities to submit to Northern California festivals: one in its fifth year and one just about to begin ...