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MoviesTom Cruise 1st to get Ducati superbike
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Tom Cruise is the first on the list to get Ducati's newest motorcycle a $72,500 superbike bristling with titanium, magnesium and carbon fiber technology that can scoot up to 200 mph. Cruise is scheduled to take delivery of th...
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MoviesIndie filmmakers find community online
A number of films have left the recently concluded Sundance Film Festival with distribution deals. For most movies, the fight continues. The marketplace for independent film isn't just located in the snowy mountains of Utah: it's online. A number o...
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MoviesSnipes trial offers IRS perfect script
OCALA, Fla. - Even Hollywood couldn't have written a more ideal script for the Internal Revenue Service than actor Wesley Snipes' tax-fraud trial. At a time when millions of Americans are buckling down to prepare their taxes, Snipes is being cast a...
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MoviesDirector Romanek departs 'Wolfman'
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Director Mark Romanek has left Universal's The Wolfman, just weeks before the movie was to go before cameras. Creative differences were cited. The movie was to have been a remake of the classic Universal monster mo...
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MoviesLittle buzz for top Oscar films
LOS ANGELES - One film has an oblique ending that's left some viewers dissatisfied and others floored by its profundity. The other features a slowly developing plot and a brutal, operatically violent finale. No Country for Old Men and There Will Be...
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MoviesTalks, progress raise hopes for deal
LOS ANGELES - While negotiators edge toward agreement on the thorniest issues in the 3-month-old writers strike, many in Hollywood are nurturing new hope that an end is near for the walkout that has brought their industry to a standstill. The Writer...
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Movies'Nightmare' to haunt big screen again
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Freddy's back. Again. New Line is in talks with horror production company Platinum Dunes to re-launch the Nightmare on Elm Street movie series, the franchise that helped establish the studio. The first Nightmare mo...
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MoviesNo immediate results in Brando autopsy
LOS ANGELES - An autopsy on the body of Christian Brando did not immediately determine what killed the son of the late actor Marlon Brando, authorities said Tuesday. Christian Brando died Saturday at a Los Angeles hospital. The cause of death was li...
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