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  1. Columbia sprinkles 'Salt' on slate

    4:00 am 1/12/2007

    Columbia Pictures has acquired Kurt Wimmer's spy-thriller spec "Edwin A. Salt." Lorenzo di Bonaventura is producing alongside Sunil Perkash.Read more

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  2. Pellicano reportedly gave info to Kerkorian lawyer

    4:00 am 1/12/2007

    Indicted Hollywood private eye Anthony Pellicano shared information gained during a suspected wiretap with a lawyer representing billionaire Kirk Kerkorian, the New York Times reported.Read more

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  3. Madonna defends O'Donnell in Trump feud

    4:00 am 1/12/2007

    Rosie O'Donnell has a powerful ally in her feud with Donald Trump: her close friend Madonna.Read more

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  4. Cinematography noms hail from 5 countries

    4:00 am 1/12/2007

    The American Society of Cinematographers has nominated Emmanuel Lubezki for "Children of Men," Dick Pope for "The Illusionist," Robert Richardson for "The Good Shepherd," Dean Semler for "Apocalypto," and Vilmos Zsigmond for "The Black Dahlia."<br />Read more

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  5. Reclusive author Lee attends 'Mockingbird' play

    4:00 am 1/12/2007

    Reclusive author Harper Lee attended a high school play based on her book, "To Kill a Mockingbird," on Wednesday, then met with students who appeared in the production.Read more

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  6. Berlin lines up 37 for co-prod'n mart

    4:00 am 1/12/2007

    MUNICH -- The fourth annual Berlin co-production market, to be held Feb. 11-13 at the Berlin House of Representatives as part of the Berlin International Film Festival, will present 37 projects, with budgets ranging from &#x20AC;1 million to &#x20AC;7 million ($1.3 million to $9 million), market organizers announced Wednesday.Read more

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  7. Berlusconi trial delayed yet again

    4:00 am 1/12/2007

    ROME -- The corruption trial of billionaire media mogul and former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was delayed Thursday for the fourth time since November as Italy's highest court agreed to hear a motion that Judge Edoardo D'Avossa be removed from the case because of a potential conflict of interest.Read more

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  8. Russian b.o. growth keeps pace in early 2007

    4:00 am 1/12/2007

    LONDON -- Detailed Russian boxoffice figures to be released Monday show continued growth in the territory, with the latest holiday season results suggesting the upward trend will continue this year.Read more

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  9. Frears to preside over Cannes jury

    4:00 am 1/12/2007

    British helmer Stephen Frears, has been named president of the jury for the 60th annual Festival de Cannes, set for May 16-27, organizers said Thursday.Read more

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  10. risky business

    4:00 am 1/12/2007

    Of the 61 films submitted for the foreign-language Oscar, 12 were directed by women. Check their résumés, and many of them are veterans who have been churning out films for years. Overseas, somehow, women find it a lot easier to make movies than they do here in the U.S. The feminist movement in this country has come and gone, leaving many women striving to make their way in the workplace, yet in Hollywood the state of support for female directors remains woeful. Even when someone brilliant comes along like Karen Moncrieff, who wrote and directed the 2002 Sundance hit "Blue Car" and the just-released "The Dead Girl," it's hard to summon much optimism for her future.Read more

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