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  1. One 'Ring' penalty to rule them all

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    The war between director Peter Jackson and New Line Cinema over profits from "Lord of the Rings" is quickly approaching epic status, MATTHEW BELLONI writes, with the latest plot twist being a a rare $125,000 sanction against the studio for failing to turn over potential evidence.Read more

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  2. New 'Sesame Street' DVD for Iraq vets

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    It's not your typical Sesame Street episode. There are no lessons in letters or numbers, but there are plenty of hugs and lots of talk about feelings.Read more

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  3. French honor Pusan director Kim

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    Kim Dong-ho, director of the Pusan International Film Festival, has been named Officier in France's Order of Arts and Literature, PIFF organizers announced Thursday.Read more

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  4. Comedy casts 'Evil' aye on Black debate

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    Comedy Central has picked up a new pop-culture debate series starring Lewis Black.Read more

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  5. Stamile goes 'Grey's'; '24' for Carradine

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    Lauren Stamile has landed a major recurring role on ABC's "Grey's Anatomy," and Ever Carradine will be recurring on Fox's "24."Read more

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  6. 'Hangover' has a shot with Warners

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    Warner Bros. has picked up "Hangover," a comedy spec from Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, with Todd Phillips on board to direct and produce. The deal follows Phillips' just-renewed production deal with the studio and his banner, Green Hat Films.Read more

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  7. Showtime writes Rx for 'Effects'

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    Showtime has given a pilot order to the Tim Robbins drama "Possible Side Effects."Read more

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  8. Amaze TV pumps 'superindie'

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    Netherlands-based TV production outfit D&D Media has teamed with British-based counterpart Amaze TV to form an expansion-hungry "superindie" backed by £185 million ($377 million) in private-equity financing.Read more

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  9. Pusan closer makes music in digital arena

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    TOKYO -- Digital download sales of songs by Hikaru Utada to the end of September have already hit nearly 10.5 million according to EMI Japan, the first artist worldwide to break the 10 million mark in a single year.Read more

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  10. Euro TV: Sex not a problem for 'Californication'

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    Europeans don't care about sex. Whether it's lusty adultery, underage sex, overage sex, sex by the beach -- they just don't seem to care. And that comes as joyous news to Tom Kapinos, creator of "Californication," writes STEVE BRENNAN.Read more

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