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  1. Chris Columbus' Production Company Acquires Sci-Fi Novel (Exclusive)

    12:52 am 12/2/2011

    1492 Pictures picks up film rights to Charles Yu's "How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe" with Brendan Bellomo set to direct. Read more

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  2. Entertainment Moguls to Address Wall Street Next Week as 2011 Enters Home Stretch

    4:55 pm 12/1/2011

    The 39th UBS Global Media and Communications Conference will again put the ad market outlook in focus with presenters such as News Corp. COO Chase Carey and Netflix's Reed Hastings who gets a chance to rebuild his company's Street cred. Read more

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  3. Gary Cooper's Private Family Photos Reveal a Fashion Icon

    3:50 pm 12/1/2011

    A new book of unpublished photos from his daughter, Maria Janis, showcases the actor's style.Read more

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  4. Kathy Griffin, 51 and Proud, Tells Women in Hollywood to 'Cut the S---' and Admit Their Ages

    2:48 pm 12/1/2011

    "Jane [Fonda] is one of our greatest living actresses," the comedian writes in this week's THR. "She's Jane F--ing Fonda. Don't tell me she's only castable as the grandmother. That's insane!"Read more

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  5. Warner Bros. Acquires 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' Scribe's Next Book

    2:36 pm 12/1/2011

    "Unholy Night" retells the birth of Jesus as the story of three thieves on the run.Read more

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  6. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's Bel-Air Home For Sale (Photos)

    2:04 pm 12/1/2011

    The half-acre property, featuring a house and guesthouse, the Twilight stars recently rented is now on the market for nearly $6 million. Read more

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  7. 'Cowboys & Aliens' Comic Book Author Sues Universal, DreamWorks for Copyright Infringement

    11:56 am 12/1/2011

    Steven John Busti claims his story was ripped off to create the Jon Favreau-directed film. Read more

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  8. CBS News Retires 'Early Show' Title

    10:22 am 12/1/2011

    The new morning program hosted by Charlie Rose and Gayle King will be called "CBS This Morning."Read more

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