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  • Worldwide Pants inks WGA deal
    Sunday December 30th 2007

    The WGA and David Letterman’s Worldwide Pants have reached an agreement that will allow "Late Show with David Letterman" and "Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" to return to the air next week with their writers

  • DGA eyes Jan. 7 for studio talk
    Saturday December 29th 2007

    Though it hasn’t been officially announced, Jan. 7 has emerged as a likely start date for negotiations between the DGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers.

  • AFI lists top ’07 moments
    Saturday December 29th 2007

    The American Film Institute picked its seven moments of significance in film and TV for 2007, citing a range of events, from the writers strike – which topped the list – to the iPhone’s release, as having the most cultural impact this year.

  • Oscar ballots mailed
    Friday December 28th 2007

    Thousands of Oscar nomination ballots were mailed out Wednesday, heralding the official start of Academy Awards season. U.S. Postal Service bins overflowed with ballots shipped to 5,829 academy members from the film academy’s headquarters in Beverly Hills. Accountants from PricewaterhouseCoopers counted, sorted and numbered the ballots before the massive mail-out.[…]

  • Cohen buries Borat, Ali G
    Friday December 28th 2007

    Sacha Baron Cohen says Borat is dead. Ali G., too. The comedian confirmed to the Telegraph, in London, that he has retired both characters.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: December 20075
  • Worldwide Pants inks WGA deal
    Sunday December 30th 2007

    The WGA and David Letterman’s Worldwide Pants have reached an agreement that will allow "Late Show with David Letterman" and "Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" to return to the air next week with their writers

  • DGA eyes Jan. 7 for studio talk
    Saturday December 29th 2007

    Though it hasn’t been officially announced, Jan. 7 has emerged as a likely start date for negotiations between the DGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers.

  • AFI lists top ’07 moments
    Saturday December 29th 2007

    The American Film Institute picked its seven moments of significance in film and TV for 2007, citing a range of events, from the writers strike – which topped the list – to the iPhone’s release, as having the most cultural impact this year.

  • Oscar ballots mailed
    Friday December 28th 2007

    Thousands of Oscar nomination ballots were mailed out Wednesday, heralding the official start of Academy Awards season. U.S. Postal Service bins overflowed with ballots shipped to 5,829 academy members from the film academy’s headquarters in Beverly Hills. Accountants from PricewaterhouseCoopers counted, sorted and numbered the ballots before the massive mail-out.[…]

  • Cohen buries Borat, Ali G
    Friday December 28th 2007

    Sacha Baron Cohen says Borat is dead. Ali G., too. The comedian confirmed to the Telegraph, in London, that he has retired both characters.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: December 20075
  • Worldwide Pants inks WGA deal
    Sunday December 30th 2007

    The WGA and David Letterman’s Worldwide Pants have reached an agreement that will allow "Late Show with David Letterman" and "Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" to return to the air next week with their writers

  • DGA eyes Jan. 7 for studio talk
    Saturday December 29th 2007

    Though it hasn’t been officially announced, Jan. 7 has emerged as a likely start date for negotiations between the DGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers.

  • AFI lists top ’07 moments
    Saturday December 29th 2007

    The American Film Institute picked its seven moments of significance in film and TV for 2007, citing a range of events, from the writers strike – which topped the list – to the iPhone’s release, as having the most cultural impact this year.

  • Oscar ballots mailed
    Friday December 28th 2007

    Thousands of Oscar nomination ballots were mailed out Wednesday, heralding the official start of Academy Awards season. U.S. Postal Service bins overflowed with ballots shipped to 5,829 academy members from the film academy’s headquarters in Beverly Hills. Accountants from PricewaterhouseCoopers counted, sorted and numbered the ballots before the massive mail-out.[…]

  • Cohen buries Borat, Ali G
    Friday December 28th 2007

    Sacha Baron Cohen says Borat is dead. Ali G., too. The comedian confirmed to the Telegraph, in London, that he has retired both characters.

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