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  1. Sally Shulamit Udoff, scribe's wife, dies

    11:33 am 1/6/2010

    Sally Shulamit Udoff, the wife of screenwriter and playwright Yale Udoff, died Dec. 4 after a 10-year battle with myeloma. She was 72.Read more

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  2. Gerard Butler's battery charge dismissed

    7:32 pm 1/5/2010

    A judge has dropped a misdemeanor battery charge against Gerard Butler.Read more

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  3. Actor Gary 'Tex' Brockette dies

    6:21 pm 1/5/2010

    Gary "Tex" Brockette, a jack-of-all-trades in Hollywood, died Jan. 1 at Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center from cancer. He was 62.Read more

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  4. Six nominated for ICG's Les Mason Award

    3:44 pm 1/5/2010

    Two Warner Bros. veterans and four independent publicists were nominated for the ICG Publicists' Les Mason Award as the professional society announced nominees Tuesday in several categories of its 47th annual awards balloting.Read more

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  5. Viola Davis joins Denzel Washington in 'Fences'

    3:28 pm 1/5/2010

    Viola Davis will join Denzel Washington in the revival of August Wilson's "Fences," arriving on Broadway in April.Read more

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  6. Q&A: Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof

    1:29 pm 1/5/2010

    Get ready to return to the island one last time: The final season of ABC's "Lost" is going to be an emotionally intense journey that harks back to previous highlights of the series, with the ideological battle between Jack Shephard and John Locke taking center stage.Read more

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  7. Green Day's 'American Idiot' set for B'way

    1:20 pm 1/5/2010

    Producers Tom Hulce and Ira Pittelman said Tuesday a stage adaptation of the Green Day's Grammy-winning album "American Idiot" will open April 20 at the St. James Theatre.Read more

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  8. Former Lorimar president Philip Capice dies

    1:18 pm 1/5/2010

    Philip Capice, an Emmy- and Peabody Award-winning producer who served as president of Lorimar Prods., died peacefully Dec. 30 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 78.Read more

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  9. TV producer, exec David Gerber dies

    11:27 am 1/5/2010

    David Gerber, a seminal figure in American and international television for a half-century as a producer, studio executive, industry statesman and philanthropist, died Saturday.Read more

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  10. Sandro, known as Argentina's Elvis, dies

    10:58 am 1/5/2010

    Argentine singer Sandro, whose gyrating pelvis and romantic ballads brought comparisons to Elvis Presley and made him the first Latin American to sing in Madison Square Garden, died Monday of complications from heart and lung transplant surgery.Read more

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