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    Broadcasters Fight Pending FCC Court Case

    Major broadcasters are split over an impending court decision that would allow the FCC to take back from the federal courts the major case challenging the commission's revamped indecency rules.

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    'Sordid Lives' to Become Cable Series

    Prolific and popular veteran L.A. playwright Del Shores has announced that his 1995 stage hit,Sordid Liveshas been greenlit as a TV series.

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    Brittle, tightly wound, and always determined to

    Brittle, tightly wound, and always determined to put on a good face, Cross' Bree Van De Kamp manages to outrage and earn sympathy from audiences. The role has earned Cross two SAG Awards for her work in the ensemble, two Golden Globe nominations, and an Emmy nomination. In the hands ...

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    Though the Fox comedy was killed after three

    Though the Fox comedy was killed after three seasons, enough people appreciated its bizarre humor and sly wit to cast votes for the show. Arrested received two Golden Globe nominations and won the Emmy in 2004; a second Emmy win would be a wonderful bookend to a wonderful program.

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    After six Emmy nominations (one win), four Golden

    After six Emmy nominations (one win), four Golden Globe nods, and a combined 11 noms for SAG Awards (three individual wins, one ensemble win), it's a testament to the actor that her rich bitch Karen Walker remains as popular as when she made her first nasally insult so many ...

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    NEWS IN BRIEF

    According to a FilmL.A. Inc. survey released June 2, the number of TV pilots shot in the Los Angeles area dropped 23% this year, costing the area thousands of jobs and as much as $70 million in revenue. During the February-to-May pilot season, 81 of the 120 total pilots ...

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    Birthday Bash Held for Sylvester Stallone

    It was a Hollywood — and a Planet Hollywood — reunion at a 60th birthday celebration for Sylvester Stallone.

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    Lewis to Direct 'Nutty Professor' Musical

    Jerry Lewis, who played "The Nutty Professor" in 1963, has a wacky new scheme: staging the film as a Broadway musical.

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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."