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  1. Oddworld duo team with Vanguard for 'Siege'

    4:00 am 10/30/2006

    Lorne Lanning and Sherry McKenna, former Rhythm & Hues executives and co-founders of videogame developer Oddworld Inhabitants, have teamed with John Williams' Vanguard Animation to develop "Citizen Siege," a CG animated sci-fi action thriller.Read more

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  2. Academy screening venues

    4:00 am 10/30/2006

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  3. Uni's $42.5 mil wins 'Bruno' auction

    4:00 am 10/30/2006

    Universal Pictures has won the intense bidding war for "Bruno," the follow-up movie to "Borat" from Sacha Baron Cohen, above. Uni beat out DreamWorks, Sony Pictures, 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros. Pictures for the worldwide rights.Read more

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  4. Trio team for TV, film projects

    4:00 am 10/30/2006

    Local TV reporter-turned-writer Phil Johnston and Emmy-winning directing brothers Joe and Anthony Russo have teamed to sell two projects within the past two weeks.Read more

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  5. Super broadband plan for Turner

    4:00 am 10/30/2006

    A company known for minting brands that make a mint in cable, including CNN and TNT, is angling to do the same in broadband and beyond.Read more

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  6. 'Saw III' cuts way to top with $33.6 mil debut

    4:00 am 10/30/2006

    The North American boxoffice opening of Lionsgate's "Saw III" at $33.6 million was a record-setter for the franchise and the company and was good enough for the studio to greenlight a fourth installment of the R-rated horror series.Read more

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  7. Super site for Turner

    4:00 am 10/30/2006

    A company known for minting brands that make a mint in cable, including CNN and TNT, is angling to do the same in broadband and beyond.Read more

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  8. Stanford pics in stand-off

    4:00 am 10/30/2006

    Competing film projects about the Stanford Prison Project, a 1971 experiment involving a faux prison filled and policed by grad students, are the subject of a lawsuit filed a few days before the start of the American Film Market.Read more

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  9. Three sign on for HBO's 'Treatment'

    4:00 am 10/30/2006

    Blair Underwood, Melissa George and Oscar winner Dianne Wiest have been tapped to co-star opposite Gabriel Byrne in HBO's half-hour drama "In Treatment."Read more

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  10. Equity firms eye Tribune

    4:00 am 10/30/2006

    Tribune Co. has received preliminary buyout offers from a number of top private equity firms, according to media reports during the weekend.Read more

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