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  1. Depp in play as strike delays two films

    4:00 am 11/20/2007

    Johnny Depp is the latest A-lister to fall victim to the WGA strike.Read more

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  2. Hitman

    8:00 pm 11/19/2007

    Young males seeking escape from Disney's Thanksgiving flagship "Enchanted" have a safe haven with "Hitman." So the film might attract a sizable audience before retreating to DVD shelves, where it can compete for attention with its own video game.Read more

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  3. WGA strike delays ANA's family forum

    3:00 pm 11/19/2007

    The Association of National Advertisers' Family Friendly Programming Forum has decided to postpone its Nov. 27 symposium, citing "uncertainties resulting from" the writers strike.Read more

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  4. Striking writers, AMPTP will resume talks

    11:01 am 11/19/2007

    The writers strike will continue, but now so will negotiations. The WGA and studio reps are headed back to the bargaining table after back-channel dialogue facilitated by CAA partner Bryan Lourd helped put the parties onto a more productive track.Read more

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  5. ABC extends 'Dirty,' deals for Davidovich

    4:00 am 11/19/2007

    Freshman ABC drama "Dirty Sexy Money" has received a full-season pickup and has tapped Lolita Davidovich as a recurring.Read more

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  6. Happily ever after for 'Enchanted' premiere

    4:00 am 11/19/2007

    It was one "Enchanted" evening Saturday night as Disney unveiled its genre-melding movie "Enchanted" at the El Capitan Theatre. Star Amy Adams and producer Barry Josephson attended. (Getty Images photo)Read more

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  7. Happily ever after for 'Enchanted' premiere

    4:00 am 11/19/2007

    It was one "Enchanted" evening Saturday night as Disney unveiled its genre-melding movie "Enchanted" at the El Capitan Theatre, closing down Hollywood Boulevard in the process.Read more

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  8. Panavision consolidates

    4:00 am 11/19/2007

    Panavision is consolidating its Los Angeles rental operations by moving the Burbank base of its digital camera rental business, Plus 8 Digital, to Panavision Hollywood. Both company names will remain in place.Read more

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  9. A game of giveaway and take

    4:00 am 11/19/2007

    If News Corp. chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch goes through with his long-anticipated plan to liberate the Wall Street Journal's subscriber-only Web site, he needs only to look to the New York Times to see the tangible results.Read more

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  10. tv reporter

    4:00 am 11/19/2007

    "Quarterlife" has set a new standard for circuitous routes to a TV network pickup. First passed on by ABC, the drama series resurrected itself last week on MySpaceTV, only to have the ensuing buzz rekindle interest from NBC, which has scheduled it for midseason.Read more

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