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  1. Winehouse, West win big at 50th annual Grammys

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    Alicia Keys "dueted" with a vintage performance by Frank Sinatra of "Learnin' the Blues" to kick off the 50th annual Grammy Awards, but the real magic came from leading nominees Amy Winehouse and Kanye West.Read more

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  2. Heat is on for dealmakers at Euro Film Market

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    After a slow start for the European Film Market, the wheeling and dealing exploded with some high-profile deals Monday. Among them, GreeneStreet Films is due to announce North American rights to "Gary the Tennis Coach," and Mike Leigh's "Happy-Go-Lucky" is expected to go to Miramax Films.Read more

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  3. Stage set for Cuse

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    Now that the strike is over, the goal for "Lost" executive producer/co-showrunner Carlton Cuse, left, and co-showrunner Damon Lindelof is to produce five more episodes of their show this season. (Getty Images photo)Read more

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  4. Another hold-up for NL's 'Hobbit'

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    Just when two new movie versions of "The Hobbit" seemed on track, another legal roadblock has been thrown in their path.Read more

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  5. 'Betty' drops 2 executive producers

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    ABC's "Ugly Betty" will be heading back to production with a smaller producing team.Read more

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  6. Early-year o'seas b.o. sizzles

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    It's a year-round season. Everybody's going for it.Read more

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  7. Khan plus kitsch equals ballyhoo over Bollywood

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    "Maybe I'm German since the people here like me so much. I can't explain it any other way," India megastar Shah Rukh Khan quipped about the Bollywood and King Khan frenzy sweeping not just Berlin but also Germany.Read more

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  8. EU theaters a little roomy

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    Cinema attendance dropped 2.2% last year in the European Union, according to estimates released Monday by the European Audiovisual Observatory in Strasbourg, France. The provisional figures show that attendance across the EU's 27 member countries stood at 910.1 million in 2007, down from 930.6 million in 2006 but up from 2005's 898.8 million.Read more

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  9. Disney, AAM strike digital pact

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    Walt Disney Studios International on Monday became the latest company to join the growing group of studios to sign up for a digital-print future.Read more

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  10. IFC lands 'Capacity' rights

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    IFC Entertainment has picked up all North American rights to Terry Kinney's quirky Sundance comedy "Diminished Capacity," starring Matthew Broderick, Alan Alda, Virginia Madsen and Dylan Baker.Read more

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