1. UPI sings loudest atop U.K. boxoffice
  2. Jay Chandrasekhar to helm 'Opposites'
  3. Craig Brewer set to roll on 'Trucker' film
  4. India's kids taught politics through film
  5. Recession a hot topic for development
  6. Victim in Polanski case urges dismissal
  7. Fox, Warners 'close' to 'Watchmen' settlement
  8. Josh Schwartz lining up bands for Web show
  9. SAG ousting chief negotiator Doug Allen
  10. WGA announces video game noms
  11. Slingbox team to exit EchoStar
  12. Ray Romano returning to TV
  13. Focus Features sets release dates
  14. FilmNation buys GreeneStreet division
  15. NBC: 90% of Super Bowl ads sold
  16. Obama inauguration to air in theaters
  17. Commentary: D.C. datelines back in capital letters
  18. Finale ratings: 'Stargate Atlantis,' 'Sanctuary'
  19. The Beast -- TV Review
  20. Two veteran publicists launch new firm
  21. Chan encouraged by industry pace in China
  22. Publicists to fete 'Benjamin Button' producers
  23. Polanski victim wants case dismissed; read Samantha Geimer declaration in full
  24. Film Review: Jolene
  25. TNT orders Ray Romano's 'Men' to series
  26. 'Howie Do It' sees lucky 7's in debut
  27. Alliance earns $110 mil at Canadian b.o.
  28. Q&A: Glenn Close
  29. Q&A: Robert Redford
  30. Spotlight: John Calley
  31. Obama celebration comes together
  32. Rome festival taps Piera Detassis
  33. D'oh! Fox airs 'Watchmen' trailer
  34. Trailer: When Hasselbeck meets Bush
  35. Trailer: Animal Planet's 'Jockeys'
  36. ACE unveils nominees for Eddie Awards
  37. Rose d'Ors going to Anthony, Macdonald
  38. Quebec producers apologize for Obama jokes
  39. Biggest Grammy ad campaign launches
  40. Promoter China West suspends operations
  41. MTV Networks Japan promotes Sammy Yoo
  42. Golden Globes
  43. U2 will debut single at BRIT Awards
  44. Josh Schwartz's 'Rockville' -- live bands, not sexist
  45. Lady GaGa jumps to top of U.K. singles chart
  46. Amy Winehouse's husband filing for divorce
  47. CBS, Verizon ink program carriage deal
  48. French cinema icon Claude Berri dies
  49. Berlin unveils co-production market titles
  50. BBC chief backs Channel 4/Five merger
  51. U.S. stars, execs Bollywood-bound
  52. Constantin, CNC ink reality TV deal
  53. Ratings: Golden Globes and '24' return from exile
  54. At least for this evening, biz is bubbly once again
  55. golden globeS
  56. How it should be
  57. Passion, pride straight from heart
  58. Animals still rule the world
  59. 'You, Nero'
  60. film reporter
  61. Studios seek backup vs. Canadian piracy
  62. 'Conchords' tunes take off early online
  63. Imagenation to fund Middle East projects
  64. DGA lines up laurels
  65. Superhero, wrestler make the ADG scene
  66. With a case of the clamps, the CFO is now a studio's most valuable player
  67. For pilot, meet the CW's young parents
  68. A&E: Swayze remains central to 'The Beast'
  69. 'In Treatment' back in bunches this year
  70. NBC will have to show some ID for this bar
  71. They repeat well
  72. oscar screening guide
  73. 'Howie Do It' does just fine
  74. Lots of Starz in their eyes
  75. New face on the map for 'Nowhere'
  76. His train keeps rollin'
  77. SAG board runs lines for ensemble meeting
  78. Eastwood's 'Torino' floors it
  80. They try least and laugh last
  81. 'Conchords' tunes take off online
  82. 'Barely Legal' passes the bar at NBC
  83. Sci Fi seeks more 'Truth'
  84. Meet the CW's young parents