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  1. Refunds available for B'way's 'Spider-Man'

    1:34 pm 1/12/2010

    The delay in bringing "Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark" to Broadway has prompted its producers to offer refunds to theatergoers who had purchased tickets for performances that at one time had been expected to start Feb. 25.Read more

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  2. Veteran producers mulling film fund

    7:00 pm 1/11/2010

    Despite ebbing interest on Wall Street for backing movies, two of Hollywood's veteran producers -- Arnon Milchan and Terry Semel -- are mulling the launch of a $1 billion-plus fund to finance studio projects.Read more

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  3. Fox's Rice, Hill to have expanded roles

    2:43 pm 1/11/2010

    News Corp. is shuffling the management structure of its cable networks, giving more responsibilities to Fox entertainment chairman Peter Rice and Fox Sports president David Hill.Read more

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  4. Veteran studio artist Jack Kerness dies

    2:19 pm 1/11/2010

    Jack Kerness, an advertising art director and graphic arts expert during a career that spanned 70 years and five Hollywood studios, died Jan. 9 of natural causes.Read more

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  5. Teen actress, agent dies

    1:03 pm 1/11/2010

    Holly O'Brien, a teen actress in the 1968 feature "Yours, Mine and Ours" who went on to become a children's agent and casting director for commercials, died Dec. 30.Read more

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  6. Derek Jeter, Minka Kelly to marry

    1:16 pm 1/10/2010

    Admirers of Yankees most eligible bachelor Derek Jeter could be cheering a World Series victory in November -- then mourning his marriage a few days later.Read more

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  7. 'Roots' cinematographer Joseph Wilcots dies

    10:11 am 1/9/2010

    Joseph M. Wilcots, a trailblazing African-American cinematographer whose credits include the landmark miniseries "Roots," died Dec. 30Read more

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  8. Gumby creator Art Clokey dies at 88

    10:00 am 1/9/2010

    Animator Art Clokey, whose bendable creation Gumby became a pop culture phenomenon through decades of toys, revivals and satires, died Friday. He was 88.Read more

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  9. SMPTE names exec director

    4:15 pm 1/8/2010

    Barbara H. Lange has been named executive director of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers.Read more

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  10. 'Youth' movement

    4:06 pm 1/8/2010

    Michael Cera walked the red carpet before the Chinese Theatre screening of "Youth in Revolt" in Los Angeles.Read more

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