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  1. He gave movies a new look

    5:00 am 7/24/2007

    Internationally acclaimed cinematographer Laszlo Kovacs, who lensed the landmark cinematic achievement "Easy Rider" and compiled more than 70 credits, died at his home in Beverly Hills on Sunday.Read more

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  2. New Line lines up donors for 'Y' adaptation

    5:00 am 7/24/2007

    D.J. Caruso and Carl Ellsworth, the team behind the hit thriller "Disturbia," are reteaming for "Y: The Last Man," New Line Cinema's adaptation of the acclaimed Vertigo comic book. Caruso is developing and directing, with Ellsworth on board to write.Read more

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  3. Morales rejects ex's assault and herpes claims

    5:00 am 7/24/2007

    Esai Morales rejected allegations by an ex-girlfriend who sued the "NYPD Blue" star claiming he assaulted her and gave her herpes.Read more

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  4. Credit given to British film biz

    5:00 am 7/24/2007

    British film is a golden goose for the U.K's national economy, but a lack of proper care and attention could kill off the robust revenue stream, a new report warned.Read more

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  5. Morales joins revived 'Jericho'

    5:00 am 7/24/2007

    Esai Morales is moving to "Jericho." The "NYPD Blue" alum has joined the resurrected CBS series as a recurring, appearing in six of the seven episodes of the show ordered for midseason.Read more

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  6. MISSING HEADLINE

    5:00 am 7/24/2007

    Select films lensed by Laszlo KovacsRead more

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  7. Rogen to pen 'Hornet,' don hero's mask

    5:00 am 7/24/2007

    Knocked Up" star Seth Rogen and his writing partner Evan Goldberg are in final negotiations to co-write and co-exec produce "The Green Hornet" for Columbia Pictures (HR 7/20). Rogen also will be attached to star as the classic crime-fighting hero in the film being produced by Neal H. Moritz.Read more

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  8. Toronto gets 'Emotional' to end fest

    5:00 am 7/24/2007

    Departing from its tradition of going with lighter, major-studio fare, the Toronto International Film Festival on Wednesday chose the homegrown drama "Emotional Arithmetic," starring Susan Sarandon and Christopher Plummer, to close its 32nd edition (HR 7/19).Read more

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  9. Rapaport inks 20th TV deal, joins 'Earl'

    5:00 am 7/24/2007

    Michael Rapaport has inked a development deal with 20th Century Fox Television. Under the pact, the studio will develop a project for the actor targeted for the 2008-09 season.Read more

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  10. Caserta back at IFC as its executive vp

    5:00 am 7/24/2007

    Jennifer Caserta has rejoined IFC as executive vp marketing, communications, scheduling and alternative platforms after serving as executive vp and GM of sister channel Fuse.Read more

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