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  1. Kelli O'Hara and Steven Pasquale to Reunite on 'The Bridges of Madison County' Musical

    9:54 am 6/26/2013

    Tony winner Bartlett Sher will direct the new musical, which has a tryout run at this summer's Williamstown Theatre Festival before opening on Broadway early next year.Read more

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  2. Twitter Star Jenny Johnson Inks Book Deal (Exclusive)

    5:00 am 6/26/2013

    The comedian, who engaged in a celebrated Twitter war with singer Chris Brown, will write a collection of humorous autobiographical essays. Read more

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  3. Jim Gaffigan to Publish Second Book of Essays

    10:23 pm 6/25/2013

    The stand-up comedian's followup to this year's "Dad Is Fat" will center on food.Read more

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  4. John Grisham's 'A Time to Kill' Headed for Broadway

    3:16 pm 6/25/2013

    The page-to-stage transfer marks the first-ever theatrical adaptation of one of the bestselling author's legal thrillers.Read more

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  5. Best-Seller 'The Fix: Soccer and Organized Crime' Being Adapted for TV

    11:45 am 6/25/2013

    Ineffable Pictures will make its first foray into television and shop the adaptation as a crime drama.Read more

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  6. Author Anne Rice Defends Paula Deen Against 'Lynch Mob Culture'

    10:49 pm 6/24/2013

    "I never heard of her until today, and wow, this looks like a crucifixion," Rice wrote of the former Food Network chef, currently embroiled in a scandal over her use of the "n-word."Read more

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  7. 'Devil Wears Prada' Writer to Adapt Modern 'Jane Eyre' Graphic Novel

    12:30 pm 6/24/2013

    Aline Brosh McKenna will pen the script and produce an adaptation of "Rochester," an upcoming graphic novel from Archaia for Fox 2000.Read more

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  8. Stephen King's 'Shining' Sequel Gets Teaser Trailer

    10:54 am 6/24/2013

    "Doctor Sleep," the follow up to the author's 1977 bestseller, arrives September 24.Read more

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  9. Kickstarter Apologizes After 'Seduction Guide' Uproar

    7:58 pm 6/21/2013

    The company failed to remove “Above the Game,” accused of promoting violence against women, before its author received more than $16,000.Read more

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