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  1. 'Knight,' 'Sex' among costume guild noms

    4:47 pm 1/13/2009

    The red dress that Cate Blanchett's Daisy wears in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," the Joker's green vest in "The Dark Knight" and the ladies-who-lunch designer duds that Carrie and her pals sport in "Sex and the City" have caught the eye of the Costume Designers Guild.Read more

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  2. Ruben Blades donates recordings to Harvard

    4:42 pm 1/13/2009

    Salsa superstar and actor Ruben Blades has agreed to give his personal papers as well as rare recordings of rehearsals and concerts to Harvard University.Read more

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  3. Lightning strikes Entertainment One pact

    4:30 pm 1/13/2009

    Canadian distributor Entertainment One on Tuesday said it has secured a multiterritory distribution deal with Santa Monica-based Lightning Entertainment Group.Read more

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  4. Jackie Chan circles 'Karate Kid' remake

    4:06 pm 1/13/2009

    Jackie Chan is in negotiations to star in Columbia's remake of "The Karate Kid." He would take on the role of mentor Mr. Miyagi that Pat Morita made famous in the original franchise.Read more

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  5. Commentary: Nobody is the hero as 'Watchmen' litigation winds down

    4:00 pm 1/13/2009

    When the "Watchmen" litigation finally is settled Warner Bros. and Fox will issue flowery statements noting the respect the studios have for each other. Don't believe a word of it, writes MATTHEW BELLONI.Read more

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  6. Filibuster saves SAG's Doug Allen

    3:44 pm 1/13/2009

    Doug Allen, SAG's chief negotiator and national executive director, almost was fired at a marathon 30-hour national board meeting that ended Tuesday. Allen narrowly held onto his positions, at least temporarily, after national president Alan Rosenberg and his fellow MembershipFirst partisans beat back a measure that would have dismissed him.Read more

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  7. Times Square Virgin Megastore to close

    2:54 pm 1/13/2009

    The Times Square Virgin Megastore, which is the highest volume music store in the U.S., will shut down come April.Read more

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  8. Leonard Cohen sets NYC show

    2:29 pm 1/13/2009

    Leonard Cohen will play his first U.S. concert in 15 years at the Beacon Theatre in New York on Feb. 19, and speculation is that it will serve as the anchor for a North American tour.Read more

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  9. Commentary: Sundance dolphin doc is really action thriller

    1:30 pm 1/13/2009

    Documentaries have come a long way in recent years in terms of providing entertainment rather than dry information, but Sundance audiences are about to see just how far the envelope's been pushed by "The Cove," MARTIN A. GROVE writes.Read more

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  10. Mariska Hargitay suffers lung problem

    12:48 pm 1/13/2009

    "Law & Order" star Mariska Hargitay has suffered a partially collapsed lung, her representative said on Monday.Read more

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