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Cine News: 27 June 2012

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'Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows' Leads Home Video Sales for Second Straight Week

 

Warner Home Video’s Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows remained the top-selling disc for the second consecutive week, while another Warner title, Project X, was the highest-ranking new release the week ending June 24. Project X, a teen-party-gone-wild comedy, debuted at No. 2 on the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert chart, which tracks overall disc sales, as well as Nielsen’s dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart. The Hangover-like film grossed $54.7 million in theaters and features a cast of mostly attractive unknowns. Another new release, Universal Studios’ Big Miracle, a $20 million-grossing drama






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- Thomas K. Arnold

 


Louie: TV Review

 

The first season of Louie on FX was like landing on a familiar but completely foreign planet. It was a television show that didn’t look much like anything that had ever come before it. There was this loose, almost improvisational feel to it but you never once thought that series creator Louie C.K. had his eye off of any detail. It was a comedy about a comedian’s everyday life, so it was always funny but never in ways that were predictable but often in ways that were jaw-droppingly hilarious. And right there in front of your face, when

 

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- Tim Goodman



Jackie Chan Lining Up English-Language Action Comedy (Exclusive)

 

Jackie Chan is making moves to make his next action movie. Chan’s Jc Group International and Beijing-based production and distribution company Talent International Media Group are teaming up to produce the untitled project and have hired Jay Longino to write it. Photos: Hollywood's 10 Highest-Grossing Actors Based on an original idea of Chan’s, the story is a two-hander action comedy featuring a detective (Chan) who must track down an American gambler that has skipped out on his debt owed to a Macau casino syndicate. The settings include Hong Kong, Macau, Eastern Europe and mainland China. Chan is

 

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- Borys Kit


Bill O'Reilly and Peter Bart Are Not Engaged to Be Married!

 

Peter Bart on Wednesday put to rest rumors that he is gay and dating Bill O’Reilly. The editorial director of Variety and the host of The O’Reilly Factor were the targets of a bizarre Internet hoax Wednesday in which Bart, who is married to Phyllis Fredette, comes out of the closet as a gay man who intends on marrying O’Reilly. At the website www.peterbart.org, a Bart impostor repeatedly refers to O’Reilly as “she” and claims they’ll marry soon and live in a house together on Cape Cod. On Wednesday, entertainment industry journalists, including several at The Hollywood Reporter,

 

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- Paul Bond


20th Century Fox Television Promotes Two in Development

 

20th Century Fox Television has upped Dana Honor and Lisa Katz to senior vp comedy development and senior vp drama development, respectively. Honor has been instrumental in several of the studio’s shows, including Fox's Raising Hope and ABC's freshman laugher Don’t Trust the B---- in Apt. 23 as well as numerous upcoming half-hours including The Goodwin Games, How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life), 1600 Penn and Ryan Murphy’s The New Normal. Katz helped develop Fox’s Bones, which heads into its eighth season in the fall, as well as The Unit, Lie to Me

 

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- THR Staff


Fall TV Pilot Preview: The CW's 'Beauty and the Beast'

 

The CW is adding another member to its array of supernatural mystery/romance series in the fall with Beauty and the Beast, a reboot of the 1980s series of the same name. The series was one of two takes on the classic fairy tale in development this past season, with ABC's fantasy reimagining from Jericho's Jon Steinberg failing to move forward. The Hollywood Reporter screened the pilot -- which marks the return of Smallville's Kristin Kreuk to the network -- and has five things to know about the series before its fall launch. More Fall TV 2012 Previews 1. It's a remake of

 

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- Laura Burdine


Why Nora Ephron's Films Made Such an Impact: A Critic's Take

 

New York – National news and entertainment outlets this morning are full of Nora Ephron career assessments, personal testimonials and outpourings of fandom in readers’ comments sections. This is particularly so in New York, the city that Ephron called home and where her roots as a journalist and essayist stretch back to the 1960s. Reading over those tributes, it strikes me that beyond the forgiving critical appraisals and selective memory that invariably follow a sudden celebrity death, Ephron’s contribution to contemporary film culture was far more significant than her uneven output would indicate. Photos: Nora Ephron's Movie Posters: Snapshots of

 

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- David Rooney


Justin Bieber, Kenny Chesney, Fiona Apple Lead Billboard 200

 

As previously reported, Justin Bieber's Believe arrives, as expected, at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The singer's set sold 374,000 in its debut week, according to Nielsen SoundScan, marking the largest bow of the year and Bieber's highest sales frame. Believe is Bieber's fourth No. 1 album, following 2010's My World 2.0 and 2011's Never Say Never: The Remixes and Under the Mistletoe. He leads a debut-filled top four on the Billboard 200 this week, where all four of the top slots are occupied by new arrivals. It's the first time we've had the entire top four be debuts since the

 

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- Keith Caulfield, Billboard


Alec Baldwin Returns to Broadway in 'Orphans'

 

New York -- Marking his first stint on Broadway in nine years, Alec Baldwin will return to the stage in the spring to star in Daniel Sullivan's production of Orphans, the 1983 play by Lyle Kessler. Frederick Zollo and Robert Cole, both of whom are producers on Once, this year's Tony Award winner for best musical, are backing the production, which will play in a Shubert theater to be announced. Photos: Broadway Musicals That Have Sung Their Way to the Big Screen Baldwin will star as Harold, a wealthy man kidnapped by one of two orphaned brothers who live off petty

 

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- David Rooney


Espn Unveils Espy 2012 Nominations as Fan Voting Begins

 

Espn announced on Tuesday the atheletes who will go head to head for a coveted trophy at the 20th annual Espy Awards, airing live on July 11. Among the honorees were Tom Coughlin, Anthony Davis, LeBron James, Jeremy Lin, the Los Angeles Kings, Aaron Rodgers, Maria Sharapova, Abby Wambach and Bubba Watson. This year's Espy Nomination Special will be hosted by Colin Cowherd and Charissa Thompson, who, along with special guest Rob Riggle, will debate and discuss this year’s categories and nominees on June 27. Voting is already underway and, aside from Best Team, all categories will close when

 

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- Rakshita Saluja


Fall TV Pilot Preview: ABC's 'The Family Tools'

 

Just as Modern Family reveals the reassuring kinship of an unconventional family, ABC's The Family Tools is another family comedy bearing strong emotional relationships served up with a twist. Formerly titled White Van Man and a remake of the British comedy, The Family Tools is set to launch in January on ABC. The Hollywood Reporter screened the comedy pilot ahead of its official premiere and as part of our fall preview have five things to know about the single-camera comedy before the show's midseason bow. 1. The story outlined in the pilot of Family Tools is geared toward fixing

 

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- Rakshita Saluja


Dave Matthews Sets New Album for Fall Release

 

Dave Matthews Band will release its eighth studio album, Away From the World, on Sept. 11, two days after its concert trek wraps. The band has already been playing several songs from the forthcoming record on its tour, including “Mercy,” which will be the first single. Photos: The Music Industry's Greatest Givers The RCA album, Dmb's first in three years, was produced by Steve Lillywhite, who worked on their first three multiplatinum studio albums: Under the Table and Dreaming (1994), Crash (1996) and Before These Crowded Streets (1998). In total, the veteran quartet -- singer-guitarist Dave Matthews, drummer Carter

 

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- Laura Burdine


5 Things To Know About Amy Winehouse From Her Father's Memoir

 

Amy, My Daughter, the memoir by Mitch Winehouse about his pop star daughter, who died of a alcohol poisoning in 2011, arrives in bookstores this week. Winehouse wrote the book about to “set the record straight” about Amy, portrayed as kind and funny— and reckless—in the book. The memoir traces the arc of her whole life, but focuses most intently on the fame—and craziness—that followed her 2006 hit Back to Black. Here’s five key things to know about the book. 1. He takes his anger out an ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil for Amy’s problems. In the book, he calls

 

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- Andy Lewis


Louis C.K. Teases Seinfeld Guest Spot, New Ex-Wife and Offers Tour Updates

 

Onstage, Louis C.K. is uproariously funny. In his TV show, he mixes comedy with the morose realities of midlife city living. When talking to reporters, he gets wonky. The writer, showrunner and star of Louie, which launches its third season on FX on Thursday, took questions from reporters eager to learn about the method to his unique, Emmy-nominated madness. And with 13 new episodes to discuss, he had plenty to offer. Here are five things we learned from the conference call. 1. Jerry Seinfeld makes a guest appearance during the connected last three episodes of the season. Unlike

 

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- Jordan Zakarin


'The Office's' B.J. Novak Won't Be Full-Time in Season 9

 

Dunder Mifflin will be seeing less of B.J. Novak's Ryan Howard. The Office co-star will not be returning for the upcoming ninth season as a series regular, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. As first reported by TV Guide, Novak no longer has a deal in place with Office studio Universal Television and will likely recur as well as continue to write and direct episodes of NBC's veteran comedy. Story: 'The Office' Stars Ed Helms, John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer Near Deals to Return Novak's reduced role comes as the aging comedy will lose co-star Mindy Kaling, who

 

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- Lesley Goldberg


DreamWorks Taps Jane Evans as its New Head of Physical Production

 

DreamWorks has tapped Focus Features' Jane Evans as its executive vp physical production. The move comes on the heels of DreamWorks' previous head of physical production Steve Molen exiting the company in April amid a slowdown that resulted in layoffs in his department. Evans will start at DreamWorks in July, working on such projects as the Vince Vaughn comedy vehicle Starbuck and the big-screen adaptation of the Electronic Arts video game Need for Speed. “Jane’s below-the-line credits coupled with her executive experience is invaluable to the studio as we look to move forward with our projects,”

 

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- Tatiana Siegel


Dish's Charlie Ergen Suggests AutoHop Shields Kids from Junk Food Ads

 

At a congressional hearing Wednesday, Dish Network chairman Charlie Ergen offered up a new reason why the ad-skipping AutoHop should be permissible. "Allowing your kids to watch TV doesn’t have to mean they have no choice but to see commercials for junk food and alcohol," he said. Dish is involved in a fight against the major networks over AutoHop as well as another feature of its DVR called "Primetime Anytime," which the broadcasters attack as "a bootleg, commercial-free video-on-demand service." Ergen defended the service as "nothing more than improving upon existing, legally accepted,

 

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- Eriq Gardner


Kevin Hart Takes on 'About Last Night' (Exclusive)

 

Comedian Kevin Hart is the first actor to join Screen Gems' remake of About Last Night. The stand-up comic-turned-film and TV actor, who appeared in Think Like a Man, will play the role originated by Jim Belushi. Screen Gems is mounting the remake of the 1986 Demi Moore-Rob Lowe starrer, based on the play Sexual Perversity in Chicago. There is no director attached to the film, which is being penned by Leslye Headland. Hart, who is set to play opposite Kevin James in the Sony comedy Valet Guys, is repped by UTA and 3 Arts.

 

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- Tatiana Siegel


Comic-Con 2012: Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion Set for 'Firefly' Anniversary Panel (Exclusive)

 

It's official: Firefly is heading to Comic-Con. The short-lived cult hit from Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon will make its debut at the San Diego convention with a special 10-year anniversary panel, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. Whedon and writer Tim Minear will join stars Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk, Adam Baldwin, Sean Maher, Michael Fairman and the rest of the crew of the Serenity for a panel at 12:30 p.m. Friday, July 13, in Ballroom 20. More Comic-Con 2012 News The series is part of the Comic-Con slate from first-time

 

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- Lesley Goldberg


'Re-Animator' Director Tackling Cannibal Play (Exclusive)

 

Here’s a story with some bite: Stuart Gordon, the filmmaker best known for 1980s horror classic Re-Animator, and producer Adam Goldworm are reteaming to bring a horror stage play titled Taste to Los Angeles. Written by Benjamin Brand, Taste is based on the true story of Armin Meiwes, aka the Rotenburg Cannibal, a German who achieved international notoriety for killing and eating a voluntary victim whom he had found via the Internet. Photos: Broadway Musicals That Have Sung Their Way to the Big Screen The play seems to be well-timed to whatever is nibbling around the zeitgeist as

 

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- Borys Kit


Gloria Allred on the Verge of Winning Lawsuit Over 'Stealing' John Travolta Accusers (Exclusive)

 

Gloria Allred is close to slapping away a lawsuit filed by another attorney for stealing clients who accused John Travolta of sexual assault. In advance of a June 29 hearing, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Linfield has tentatively granted Allred's anti-slapp motion to dismiss claims made by lawyer Okorie Okorocha, who set off a tabloid firestorm in May when he represented a pair of anonymous masseurs in a lawsuit against Travolta that alleged inappropriate touching. The John Doe lawsuit against Travolta was dismissed, and then the accusers signed up with Allred, leading Okorocha to sue her for tortious

 

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- Eriq Gardner


'Looper' Trailer Puts Joseph Gordon-Levitt in a Tough Spot: Killing Bruce Willis (Video)

 

Can one get hired to kill oneself -- and still enjoy the payout? The space-time continuum, and its cause-and-effect vs. free will and alternate timelines, is an urgent debate pulsing in the background of the new trailer for Looper, director Rian Johnson's latest twist on the modern (and post-modern) noir. Joseph Gordon-Levitt (who starred for Johnson in Brick) features as a hit man in the near future, who is assigned by a mob in a further time to take down various nuisances, criminals and turncoats. His existential and metaphysical dilemma: when his future self, played by

 

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- Jordan Zakarin


TBS Renews Comedy 'Men at Work' for Second Season (Exclusive)

 

TBS is going back to work. The cable network has renewed freshman comedy Men at Work for a second season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. The buddy comedy created by Breckin Meyer, who stars in TBS' sibling network TNT's Franklin & Bash, stars Danny Masterson and will return with 10 new episodes next year. Story: TBS' 'Men at Work' Averages 2.5 Million in Debut "Men at Work is a strong addition to the TBS lineup and has worked extremely well paired with The Big Bang Theory," said Michael Wright, president and head of programming at TBS, TNT

 

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- Lesley Goldberg


Feinberg: Remembering Nora Ephron (and Fundamental Decency)

 

I met Nora Ephron on several occasions over the years -- Peggy Siegal, New York's great social doyenne and a longtime friend of Ephron's, was nice enough to seat me at the same table as her at a number of her famous lunches and dinners. But I can't claim to have known her much better than most other people who simply enjoyed her movies. I can, however, say that I was very shocked and saddened to learn of her death last night -- shocked because Ephron looked so good when last I saw her, approximately a year ago, as regal and well-

 

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- Scott Feinberg


Lana Del Rey's 'National Anthem' Video Offers Marilyn, Jackie O and Grinding (Video)

 

Hand it to Lana Del Rey: unsatisfied with simply having stared her way straight through the ceaseless churn of the internet and whispered enough obtuse messages to create her own minor mythology, she's now grabbing onto two of America's most revered -- and mysterious -- women. The indie pop intrigue has just released the music video for her new single "National Anthem," which places her in the midst of John F. Kennedy's final days. With rapper A$AP Rocky playing the part of the young commander in chief, Del Rey takes on both Marilyn Monroe -- reciting the icon's famous "Happy Birthday" song,

 

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- Jordan Zakarin


Nude Pics Payback: Scarlett Johansson, Christina Aguilera and the Strange Economics of Who Got What

 

The U.S. government has recommended that Christopher Chaney, who pleaded guilty to nine counts of computer hacking, should serve 71 months in prison for crimes that included hacking the e-mail accounts of many celebrities. In sentencing recommendations, prosecutors also asked the judge to order Chaney to pay restitution of $76,767.35 to The Secret Life of the American Teenager actress Renee Olstead, $66,179.46 to Scarlett Johansson and $7,500 to Christina Aguilera. Since those dollar figures are so specific, The Hollywood Reporter got to wondering how this was determined. The Doj says it can't comment,

 

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- Eriq Gardner


TV Ratings: 'Talent' and Gordon Ramsay Take Tuesday, Olympic Trials Stay Strong

 

NBC and Fox enjoyed another shared victory among adults 18-49 on Tuesday night, both posting a 2.2 rating in the key demo. The Olympic trials, seeing some of the strongest total audience numbers since 2000, started the night with a 1.9 adults rating on NBC, before leading into a buoyant America's Got Talent -- up 7 percent for a 3.2 rating with 18-49-ers -- and Love in the Wild. The dating competition grew 23 percent for a 1.6 in the demo. NBC earned 7.8 million viewers for the night. Photos: Summer TV Preview On

 

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- Michael O'Connell


Nora Ephron: 10 Memorable Quotes

 

As an author and screenwriter, Nora Ephron was lauded for the words that she put into the mouths of others. So often, the lines were whip-smart, flirtatious and subtly-yet-irrevocably groundshifting, which came as no surprise; for every great remark from a Harry and Sally, Ephron had a crackling and unique line of her own. Following her death on Tuesday, at the age of 71, many in Hollywood were rendered speechless, beyond the sad statements and tweets. Just as well; looking back on her many quotes, it's best to let Ephron speak for herself. "My mother wanted

 

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- Jordan Zakarin


Movie Nostalgia Company Sues Marilyn Monroe Estate for Interfering with Business (Exclusive)

 

Avela, a company that specializes in nostalgia merchandise, has filed a lawsuit in New York, alleging that the Marilyn Monroe estate is interfering with its licensing activity. The estate of Marilyn Monroe aggressively protects the image and likeness of the deceased blonde starlet, but has suffered court losses over the years that have put into serious doubt whether Monroe's publicity rights survived her death. Despite judgments that ruled that Monroe couldn't devise by will a property right she did not own at the time of her death in 1962, the estate has continued to send out cease-and-desist letters,

 

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- Eriq Gardner


Analyst Upgrades News Corp. Stock to 'Buy' Citing Likely Company Split

 

Needham & Co. analyst Laura Martin on Wednesday upgraded her stock rating on Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. from "hold" to "buy" in part due to an expected split of the conglomerate into an entertainment-centric and a publishing business. "Fiscal year 2013-2017 earnings estimates are too low," she said in a report, in which she mentioned a $27 target price. And she predicted that the company is likely to continue to clean up its balance sheet. "At approximately 20 percent of total asset value, News Corp. is one of the last entertainment conglomerates that still has meaningful non-

 

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- Georg Szalai


Andrew Garfield Hopes to Star in 'Spider-Man' Sequel

 

The Amazing Spider-Man has yet to open in theaters -- it's July 3, if you're counting -- but Sony is already planning a sequel. Andrew Garfield, who portrays Peter Parker in Marc Webb's reboot of the superhero film franchise, tells THR, "If we do one, I hope I can do it -- I hope they'd let me do it. I hope so." The 28-year-old actor was in New York Tuesday night to give a presentation for the Worldwide Orphans Foundation, a charity in which he's been involved for two years whose mission is to provide aid to orphans around

 

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- Erin Carlson


Hayden Christensen Wins Big Victory Against USA Network in 'Royal Pains' Appeal

 

Hayden Christensen has scored a major success at the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. A decision by the appellate circuit Tuesday revives his claims against USA Television Network for allegedly stealing his concept to create the series Royal Pains and represents a significant setback for Hollywood studios at large in contending with idea-theft lawsuits. In 2005, Forest Park, the production company operated by Christensen, best known for his role as Anakin Skywalker in the Star Wars prequels, along with his brother Rove Christensen, formulated a concept for a TV show called Housecall, in which a doctor, after being expelled

 

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- Eriq Gardner


Russell Crowe Denies He Will Play Rupert Murdoch

 

Sydney - Russell Crowe has taken to Twitter to deny U.K. media reports that he'll play Rupert Murdoch in a new film based on Good Times, Bad Times, the memoirs of former Sunday Times editor Sir Harold Evans. "I haven't been approached by anyone to play Rupert Murdoch. That's just a beat up. I am off to build a boat. Will be gone for quite some time," Crowe tweeted Tuesday, referring to his role in Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, which starts shooting in New York next month. On Monday, the London Evening Standard reported "there has been talk of Russell Crowe

 

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- Pip Bulbeck


Apple Wins Court Ruling to Stop U.S. Sales of Samsung Galaxy Tablet

 

Apple has won a preliminary injunction that bans sales of Samsung's touch-screen tablet Galaxy Tab 10.1 after it alleged design patent infringement. A California judge changed her stance and late Tuesday backed the iPad maker in its request to stop Samsung from selling the tablet in the U.S., Reuters reported. The court victory is a positive for Apple, which has been waging a patent war to retain its market share lead in the fast-growing tablet space. Samsung's Galaxy products are widely seen as the company's main tablet rival. Microsoft last week unveiled its own tablet play,

 

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- Georg Szalai


EU Court Upholds, But Cuts Microsoft Anti-Trust Fine

 

London - A European court on Wednesday upheld the EU anti-trust regulator's decision to fine software giant Microsoft, but slightly reduced the fine. The European Commission had fined Microsoft €899 million ($1.12 billion) in 2008, but Europe's second-highest court has reduced that to €860 million euros ($1.07 billion), Reuters reported. The 2008 fine marked a record at the time. The regulator back then argued that Microsoft had defied an antitrust decision previously and delayed the sharing of information designed to help competitors. "The General Court essentially upholds the Commission's decision imposing a periodic penalty payment on Microsoft

 

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- Georg Szalai


Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men': 'It All Got Icky Because of Me'

 

More than a year after he was fired from CBS' Two and a Half Men, Charlie Sheen is taking ownership of his well-publicized fallout with former showrunner Chuck Lorre. While promoting his upcoming comedy Anger Management at FX's Summer Comedy party Tuesday in Hollywood, the embattled star accepted responsibility for his ouster from the CBS comedy. "[Two and a Half Men for me] ended in such a stupid way, that's mostly on me," he told reporters. "It all got icky because of me. Those guys were fine; they were classy. I was a f---ing idiot. They're doing

 

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- Lesley Goldberg


Susan Sarandon, Helen Mirren Add Star Power as Karlovy Vary Film Festival Opens Friday

 

The 47th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival opens on Friday with the international premiere of Lisa Barros D’Sa's and Glen Leyburn's film Good Vibrations, a biopic about Terri Hooley, a record-store owner instrumental in developing Belfast's punk-rock scene. And like last year, a Woody Allen film will close the festival – To Rome With Love after Midnight in Paris served as the closer last year. Overall, the festival will screen 217 films (including 34 shorts) with 22 world premieres and 744 film professionals scheduled to attend. In addition to previously announced high-profile guests, such as Susan Sarandon

 

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- Kirill Galetski


Inside The Flaming Lips' O Music Awards World Record Attempt (Exclusive Preview)

 

Taking their cue from The Who's Magic Bus, The Flaming Lips will tonight embark on a whirlwind 24-hour tour, playing eight cities throughout the Mississippi Delta in an attempt to shatter Jay-z's Guinness World Record. The stunt is part of Viacom's third installment of the O Music Awards, celebrating all aspects of digital music culture. The live-streamed event continues a tradition of breaking records, following Chiddy Bang's longest freestyle rap and the longest team dance marathon during its first two shows. This time around, The Flaming Lips will take a shot at playing the most live shows

 

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- Sophie A. Schillaci


Indian Joint Venture Viacom18 Names Sudhanshu Vats Group CEO

 

New Delhi - Viacom18 Media Private Ltd. has appointed Sudhanshu Vats, 44, as its group CEO. Viacom18 is an equal joint venture between Viacom and leading Indian broadcasting and media group Network18. Vats fills the position vacated by outgoing Network18 CEO Haresh Chawla who resigned in November. Reporting to the Viacom18 board, Vats will be based in Mumbai and will officially join the company in August. He will be responsible for all Viacom18 businesses, which include Hindi entertainment channel Colors, Comedy Central, MTV, Vh-1, kids channels Nick and Sonic and film banner Viacom18 Motion Pictures. Vats is a veteran

 

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- Nyay Bhushan


Sony Screens 'Amazing Spider-Man' for German Soccer Team

 

Cologne, Germany - Sony Pictures in Germany has decided if they can't beat soccer, they might as well join the fan frenzy surrounding the Euro 2012 soccer championships. Ahead of Germany's Euro 2012 semifinal match against Italy Thursday, Sony staged a private 3D screening of The Amazing Spider-Man for the German national soccer team at the team hotel in Gdansk, Poland. Several members of the German squad, including stars Mesut Ozil and Sami Khedira as well as team manager Oliver Bierhoff, took part in the publicity stunt. The show of solidarity is unlikely to last. The Amazing Spider-Man bows

 

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- Scott Roxborough


Zynga Debuts Cross-Platform Social Network

 

San Francisco -- Zynga is delving further into the multi-screen, cross-platform future with Zynga With Friends. The new network, which will launch this summer, will enable gamers to access Zynga social and mobile games from a central hub from smartphones, tablets, Facebook, laptops or PCs. Founder and CEO Mark Pincus unveiled that along with several other new games and initiatives at the social gaming company’s San Francisco headquarters during its annual “Zynga Unleashed” global press event. “The next chapter for Zynga and social gaming is a pipeline of new games that represent more genres of play, more mobile ways

 

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- John Gaudiosi


Justin Bieber Explains Decision to Address Baby-Daddy Allegations in New Song (Audio)

 

Listen up, Mariah Yeater. Justin Bieber has a few choice words for you. And though the 20-year-old quietly dropped her paternity case against the singer back in November, Bieber hasn’t dropped the subject. On his newly released album, Believe, the 18-year-old superstar sings about Yeater’s accusations that he fathered her child after a backstage tryst during one of his concerts. Photos: MuchMusic Awards 2012: Justin Bieber, Carly Rae Jepsen Perform Cleverly losing the “h” from his accuser’s name, “Maria” undeniably fires back at the young mother with lyrics such as, “That ain’t my baby, that ain’t

 

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- Sophie A. Schillaci


Nora Ephron's Death: Hollywood Remembers the Writer-Director

 

The industry is mourning the loss of Nora Ephron. The celebrated writer-director died Tuesday in New York after a battle with leukemia. She was 71. Photos: From 'When Harry Met Sally' to 'Sleepless in Seattle': 11 Movies From Nora Ephron's Celebrated Career Ephron's credits include such beloved movies as When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle and You've Got Mail. Her screenplays for Silkwood, Harry and Sleepless all earned Oscar nominations. Most recently, she directed 2009's Julie & Julia, which starred her frequent collaborator Meryl Streep as Julia Child. Video: Nora Ephron's 5 Most Memorable Movies After news of

 

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- THR Staff


Shanghai 2012: Iran's 'Bear' Takes Top Prize at Film Festival

 

Hong Kong -- Bear, by Iranian director Khosro Masumi, was named the Golden Goblet best feature film at the 15th Shanghai International Film Festival, marking it the second time the director took the top prize there. Masumi’s The Tradition of Lover Killing won the best feature film award in 2004 at the seventh edition of the Shanghai fest. His second win made him the first filmmaker to take the prize for the second time. The jury commented that Bear took the top prize for being “a well-acted, well-told, honest story that touched our hearts.” For the Love of

 

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- Karen Chu


'Jack the Giant Killer' Writer Tackling 'Carmen Sandiego' (Exclusive)

 

Darren Lemke, who worked on Shrek Forever After as well as Bryan Singer’s upcoming Jack the Giant Killer, has been tapped to pen the big-screen version of Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Walden Media picked up the rights to the educational computer game-turned-cartoon from Houghton Mifflin in the fall of 2011. Jennifer Lopez is one of the producers and eyeing it as a starring vehicle. Also producing are Benny Medina and Simon Fields, Lopez’s partners at Nuyorican Productions as well as Underground’s Nick Osbourne, Trevor Engelson and Devin Andre. The story of the geographically-inclined

 

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- Borys Kit


A Savvy Humorist, Nora Ephron Became One of Hollywood's Few Successful Woman Directors

 

Nora Ephron, the witty and acerbic writer who found a second career as a screenwriter and director of such popular romantic comedies as When Harry Met Sally... and Sleepless in Seattle, died Tuesday at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center of pneumonia brought on by acute myeloid leukemia. She was 71. Photos: From 'When Harry Met Sally' to 'Sleepless in Seattle': 11 Movies From Nora Ephron's Celebrated Career The daughter of Hollywood screenwriters, Ephron established herself as an original voice with an idiosyncratic take on modern manners with the personal essays she wrote in the 1960s for such publications as

 

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- Duane Byrge , Gregg Kilday


CBS Executive Nancy Tellem Eyeing Position at Microsoft (Report)

 

Microsoft on Tuesday refused to confirm or deny published reports that former CBS executive Nancy Tellem is considering joining the software firm to help turn its Xbox and Zune platforms into more formidable distribution outlets for TV and movie content. Tellem stepped down as president of the CBS Network TV Entertainment Group two years ago and has been a senior adviser to CBS chief executive Leslie Moonves ever since. While sources at Microsoft refused to speculate on whether Tellem would be hired, some say she's an obvious fit because of her familiarity with digital media and her deep connections in

 

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- Paul Bond


'Beasts of the Southern Wild' Newcomers Discuss On-Set Surprises: 'You Wouldn’t Expect Fire to Explode That Much' (Video)

 

In Benh Zeitlin’s Beasts of the Southern Wild, nonprofessional actors Dwight Henry and Quvenzhane Wallis play father and daughter, and they work beautifully together on some incredibly complex and dramatic scenes. But the duo tells THR that during the incipient stages of their collaboration, Henry won her heart only after appealing to her stomach. “They told me that the two other guys they had cast to play her father, she didn’t approve of them,” Henry said. “She didn’t feel comfortable with them.” Wallis revealed that the actor, which is a chef in New Orleans, brought her some treats

 

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- Todd Gilchrist



 

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