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  1. Adoption for 'Stepfather'

    4:00 am 2/27/2008

    Jon Tenney and Amber Heard have joined the cast of Screen Gems' "The Stepfather," a remake of the 1987 horror thriller being produced by Maverick Films.Read more

  2. Script goes as planned: WGA signs off on new deal

    4:00 am 2/27/2008

    The WGA contract has passed muster with guild membership.Read more

  3. Bush is Westwood's one

    4:00 am 2/27/2008

    Billy Bush's schedule just got a lot busier.Read more

  4. Pickets left cash in CBS' pockets

    4:00 am 2/27/2008

    Declaring that "pilots are vastly overrated," CBS Corp. CEO Leslie Moonves said the writers strike has given the network the opportunity to save millions and revamp its development process.Read more

  5. 'We wait by our telephone'

    4:00 am 2/27/2008

    Mel Karmazin, the charismatic CEO of Sirius Satellite Radio, has more than just a stalled merger on his mind. He's also wondering what it's going to cost to keep his star talker, Howard Stern, on board.Read more

  6. Dano goes to mattresses for 'Gigantic'

    4:00 am 2/27/2008

    Paul Dano, coming off his featured role in "There Will Be Blood," will star in and executive produce "Gigantic," an offbeat romantic comedy being helmed by first-time director Matt Aselton. Zooey Deschanel will also star in the indie feature.Read more

  7. Fund offers strike protection

    4:00 am 2/27/2008

    Eyeing a possible actors strike in July, one of the industry's largest insurance carriers, Fireman's Fund, is offering strike expense coverage for production companies with films set to wrap before June.Read more

  8. Film Movement hatches 'XXY'

    4:00 am 2/27/2008

    Indie distributor Film Movement has picked up North American rights to the Argentinean coming-of-age drama "XXY," winner of two awards at last year's Festival de Cannes.Read more

  9. Shanda's massive high score

    4:00 am 2/27/2008

    Chinese online game giant Shanda Interactive Entertainment reported record revenue Tuesday of $97.8 million for the final quarter of 2007.Read more

  10. Mostow coronates his 'Megas'

    4:00 am 2/27/2008

    Jonathan Mostow is developing a feature film adaptation of his sci-fi comic book series "The Megas," published by Virgin Comics.Read more

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