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  1. Burton back at Dis in 2-pic deal

    4:00 am 11/16/2007

    Tim Burton is returning home to Disney. He has signed a two-picture deal that will see him direct and produce 3-D movies of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" and a remake of his own "Frankenweenie."Read more

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  2. Unconditional WGA love comes with conditions

    4:00 am 11/16/2007

    As the Writers Guild of America's strike action continues, the unity and solidarity of these early days are bound to test the resolve of the membership if the days become weeks and the weeks become months, RAY RICHMOND writes.Read more

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  3. Helmer recalls 'Bitter's' sweet journey

    4:00 am 11/16/2007

    When director Roger Spottiswoode, pictured, traveled to China to prepare to shoot 1930s period drama "The Bitter Sea," he was met with a challenging discovery that had to be overcome -- a surprising lack of old buildings for location shooting, ETAN VLESSING writes.<br />Read more

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  4. Sponsorships take center stage at touring confab

    4:00 am 11/16/2007

    Sponsorship deals have become an increasingly important revenue source for touring artists, a group of panelists agreed Wednesday at the Billboard Touring Conference at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York.Read more

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  5. Lawyers guiding clients through the strike zone

    4:00 am 11/16/2007

    You won't find them on the picket lines, but attorneys representing film and television writers are playing a key part in the ongoing WGA strike, MATTHEW BELLONI writes.Read more

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  6. A hero's welcome for 'Beowulf'

    4:00 am 11/16/2007

    The weekend's boxoffice crown should be copped by an animated feature based on an Old English epic poem. Let that sink in for a second. Then know this is Robert Zemeckis' passion project "Beowulf" we're talking about.Read more

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  7. ATAS board elects Shaffner as chairman

    4:00 am 11/16/2007

    John Shaffner has been elected chairman of the Academy of Television Arts &amp; Sciences by its board of governors, replacing outgoing chairman Dick Askin.Read more

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  8. Top investors pump funds into showbiz

    4:00 am 11/16/2007

    Such big-name investors as Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, George Soros and Carl Icahn continue to pump money into media and entertainment stocks.Read more

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  9. Quebec producers told to look abroad for funding

    4:00 am 11/16/2007

    TORONTO -- The Canadian government wants Quebec movie producers to secure more international film financing by doing co-productions with partners in France and other French-speaking markets.Read more

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  10. Cronkite returning to TV

    4:00 am 11/16/2007

    The TV news icon who in his heyday was often referred to as "the most trusted man in America" is returning to television, signing on as a regular contributor to the startup network Retirement Living TV.Read more

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