This tepid romantic comedy falls somewhere between a sitcom pilot and a second-tier Hallmark movie.
The Back-up Plan
Westwood Village's Bruin and Village theaters have been bought by the small regional Regency Theaters loop.
O'Brien, who has kept his lips sealed so far over NBC's decision to bump his show to midnight, other than cracking wise about it on "The Tonight Show," is going public. And he's not happy.
CBS Films has acquired screen rights to "Station," a comicbook miniseries published by Boom! Studios.
The studios have spent the better part of the last year trying to protect themselves from possible strike effects.
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