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HBO remains in the Adrian Grenier business, picking up U.S. rights to the "Entourage" star's documentary "Teenage Paparazzo."
"Thor" helmer Kenneth Branagh has locked Stuart Townsend, Ray Stevenson and Tadanobu Asano to play Warrior's Three.
Jay Leno continues to round out his comedy crew.
As HBO scans the horizon for distinctive new programming, along comes "Eastbound & Down," a comedy whose most salient characteristic is its production auspices. Will Ferrell and his posse produce…
Like its soundtrack's "grime" music, U.K. gangsta pic "Rollin With the Nines" draws heavily on U.S. urban crime pics and classic blaxploitationers while speaking with a distinctively inner-city…
Who says opera isn't hip? Just as Eminem made a splashy entrance at the MTV Video Awards with a posse of lookalikes, the New York City Opera floods the stage with a flock of Queen Elizabeth clones…
Stephen Frears is TriStar's first choice to take over as director on "Mary Reilly," because Tim Burton has begged off the movie.
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