1. 'Watchmen' Watch: Summary Judgment Tentatively Denied; Trial Moved to Jan 20; Fanboys Should Start Getting Nervous
  2. And the Oscar Goes to...the Academy
  3. Helmer ordained for 'Priest'
  4. Jason Reitman lines up 'Wedding'
  5. Soulja Boy marches to Web
  6. 'Deadgirl' duo to update Danish thriller
  7. Requiem for a heavyweight
  8. Economy shouldn't dampen Sundance
  9. Gibson gets O'Reilly radio slot
  10. David Shuster to anchor '1600'
  11. 'Today' sets primetime special
  12. SBIFF picks six
  13. Ebert to receive special DGA Award
  14. Lionsgate re-ups with Eda Kowan
  15. Oscar-eligible songs revealed
  16. Wanted by MTV: 'Adventure capitalists'
  17. GE CEO would love 'flat' in '09
  18. N.Y. may tax pics, pay TV, downloads
  19. Q&A: Gabriele Muccino
  20. Commentary: Globes impact boxoffice and Oscar noms
  21. TV studios act on a shift to AFTRA
  22. Eye stays on prize
  23. Will viewers watch NBC's 'Momma's Boys'?
  24. Oscar Watch: Adapted screenplay
  25. Weekly ratings: CBS extends win; NFL boosts NBC
  26. 'Dexter' finale a boost for Showtime
  27. Ratings: A&E's 'Intervention,' Showtime's 'Dexter'
  28. Midway cuts games, staffers
  29. ASC to honor Christopher Nolan
  30. Rift between BBC, Channel Four widens
  31. Commentary: Disney is on top of its small world, but not everyone is along for the ride
  32. Doc draws districting drama
  33. Bewkes: Strong content will weather storm
  34. McAleese makes stop at Warner Bros.
  35. Tom Fontana a 'Philanthropist' again
  36. Harrison Ford set for 'Morning Glory'
  37. Film Department to make 'Perfect' film
  38. Pellicano says he regrets nothing
  39. Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Films inks HBO deal
  40. The Who to rerelease 1979 doc
  41. Stronger than fiction: Docs find buyers
  42. Arab business model is independent minded
  43. Six filmmakers win Dubai festival awards
  44. Palestinian voices emerge in Dubai
  45. 'Error' in judgment: Dubai weighs CGI
  46. New Orleans jazz fest set for 40th anniversary
  47. 'The Hills' will air 'secret wedding'
  48. Berry, Perry to host NAACP awards
  49. Rock Records expands reach in China
  50. EMI Classics taps new president
  51. Best Buy quarterly results better than expected
  52. Peter Falk suffering from Alzheimer's
  53. Canada's Sun Media slashing 600 jobs
  54. China says it has right to block Web sites
  55. NBC has damaged its brand
  56. BBC offering 'Dancing' voters a refund
  57. Virgin Media to pay off $461 mil from debt
  58. CBS comedies hit record highs
  59. Fox orders 13 episodes of 'Glee'
  60. U.K.'s Dogwoof partners with IndiePix
  61. 'Dark Streets'
  63. As the peacock wobbles, NBC must work now to repair its damaged brand
  64. 'Momma's Boys'
  65. Double secret probation? Laikin faces stock charges
  66. 'Glee' nabs 13-episode order at Fox
  67. CW taps Robertson for 'Light Years' lead
  68. CBS Corp. joins ranks of firms cutting staff
  69. November is in their blood
  70. Gumpert overseeing business affairs at Col
  71. Brits book next from 'Slumdog' novelist
  72. Pellicano gets 15 years in jail
  73. 'Tron 2' has its first two players
  75. Fox Reality is wed to 'Househusbands'
  77. An altered state
  78. Too much of a good thing
  80. Uni's toy story
  82. Lopez gives 'Plan B' an A-lister
  83. Maurice Jarre set for Berlinale honor
  84. 'Mamma' sinks 'Titanic' record in the U.K.