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  1. No malfunction this time

    4:00 am 3/6/2008

    It took some "Discipline" to shake up the top of the album chart.Read more

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  2. A&E: Swayze pilot still a go

    4:00 am 3/6/2008

    A&E Network said its drama pilot "The Beast" still is under consideration for a series pickup following the news that star Patrick Swayze is being treated for pancreatic cancer.Read more

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  3. music reporter

    4:00 am 3/6/2008

    On the heels of winning the Academy Award for best song, "Once" stars Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova have signed a worldwide publishing agreement with Warner/Chappell Music.Read more

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  4. money digest

    4:00 am 3/6/2008

    New Village park; Sony strong; Cox cuts lossRead more

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  5. IFC checks out Blockbuster deal

    4:00 am 3/6/2008

    Blockbuster is going indie.Read more

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  6. Fox, WB shift output deals in Belgium and Netherlands

    4:00 am 3/6/2008

    An earthquake is about to hit the theatrical distribution landscape in the Netherlands, with Fox and Warner Bros. at the epicenter.Read more

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  7. Change of tune for agent Muller

    4:00 am 3/6/2008

    In a major move in the music agency world, Don Muller has moved from CAA to WMA, taking with him such acts as Foo Fighters, Eddie Vedder and Pearl Jam, Beastie Boys, Weezer, the Mars Volta and Tenacious D.Read more

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  8. Rogen set to 'Observe' for Warners

    4:00 am 3/6/2008

    Seth Rogen is readying his walkie-talkie for "Observe and Report," a comedy Jody Hill is directing for Warner Bros. Donald De Line is producing.Read more

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  9. Tupper a fine fit for Cotten role

    4:00 am 3/6/2008

    "Men in Trees" star James Tupper will portray actor Joseph Cotten in Richard Linklater's indie biopic "Me and Orson Welles" with Claire Danes and Zac Efron.Read more

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  10. Chinese official attacks ratings system

    4:00 am 3/6/2008

    A senior Chinese official equated creating a film ratings system for the country with legalizing the production of pornography, saying China has yet "to build a mature and orderly film market."Read more

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